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Articles from October 31, 2018

Abbey Manor College Is a Good School, Not a 'Dumping Ground' EDITOR'S REPLY
Byline: David Cohen Investigations Editor IT WAS very disappointing to read David Cohen's presentation of Abbey Manor College ["Violent London: these troubled children know they are in last-chance saloon", October 18]. It misrepresents the reality...
After Chancellor's Budget Giveaway the Bank May Need to Take Rates Up
Byline: Andrew Sentance ECONOMIC ANALYSIS PHILIP Hammond gave a confident performance in his pre-Brexit Budget on Monday. He announced measures to boost spending in key areas of public services. He delivered tax reductions for individuals by raising...
'Arrogant' Banks' Vitriolic Circular; @ESTHELONDONER Thelondoner@standard.Co.UK
Byline: Charlotte Edwardes DAMIAN Collins, DCMS Select Committee chair, has been called a "snake in the grass" by the Ukip and Brexit donor Arron Banks in an extraordinary letter to Collins' own constituents. The letter, printed on Leave. EU...
Artistry in Residence; Get Your Contemporary Art and Design Fix at the Latest London Shows
Byline: Kate Gordon BY DESIGN AT THE SOANE "DESIGN can be found in everything we touch, see and hear," says textile designer Luke Irwin, who is collaborating with Sir John Soane's Museum, below, in By Design, a lecture series. Leading designers...
A Rustic French Classic That Goes Wonderfully with Hake; This Week, Our Chef Clodagh McKenna Makes an Autumnal Vegetable Stew with Olives and Capers
Byline: Clodagh's Kitchen French ratatouille Serves: 6 Prep time: 15 minutes Cook time: 25 minutes Serve with: Cotes du Rhone Belleruche, 2016 M Chapoutier, PS11.99 THIS week I am writing from Paris, the mother city of gastronomy. I have come here...
A Tale of Two Truly Great Artists, Master and Apprentice, 100 Years on -- and on This Occasion the Protege Gets to Steal the Show
Byline: Matthew Collings Arts coverage in the Evening Standard is presented in partnership with Hiscox Home Insurance. To find out more about their expert cover visit hiscox.co.uk/home exhibition of the week Klimt/Schiele: Drawings from the Albertina...
Better in Brick; the Annual Brick Awards Celebrate the Good Looks and Strength of This Most Versatile Building Material, Says Philippa Stockley
BRICK, stone and other natural materials dominated the recent Stirling Prize shortlist and now come the Brick Awards, with the emphasis on renewables, from power to packaging. Brick is the most versatile of building materials: fired clay lasts centuries...
Blurring the Boundaries; Layer upon Layer of Exotic Planting Tricks the Eye, So That a Tiny Town Patio Makes a Big Impression
Byline: Alex Mitchell WHEN Juan Carlos Cure first looked around his garden flat in Highbury in 2010, the 20ft by 16ft space outside the living room was a rectangle of paving slabs with a stark wooden fence. Not exactly inspiring. Today he opens...
Book a Night in and Switch to Save; It Gets Ever Harder to Amass Enough Money to Put Down on a Home of Your Own. Sara Yates Reveals How Small Savings Can Help You Build a Deposit
Byline: Sara Yates WANT to buy a home of your own? It isn't easy to save for a deposit but here are five ideas to help you build that nest egg: 1 RAISE your first PS200 by switching your current account to a bank that will reward you with a welcome...
BrexLit Takes Centre Stage; from Referendums to Twitter Storms over the Trans Debate, the New Novel Middle England Is Being Heralded as a Timely Take on the State of the Nation. Susannah Butter Goes Behind the Story
WE'RE utterly and irredeemably f***ed. It's all chaos. Everyone's running around like headless chickens. Nobody has the faintest idea what they're doing. We're so f***ed nobody was expecting this. Nobody was ready for it. Nobody knows what Brexit is."...
Buttler 'Feared the Worst' after His Shot Puts Opponent in Hospital with Head Injury; Nissanka in Hospital after Sickening Blow
Byline: CRICKET Chris Stocks in Colombo ENGLAND'S opening warm-up match in Sri Lanka was disrupted by a sickening injury that saw Pathum Nissanka rushed to hospital after being struck on the helmet fielding at short leg this morning. Nissanka...
Channel 4's Bake off Final Audience Rises by a Million as Rahul Is Crowned King of the Cakes
Byline: Robert Dex Arts Correspondent THE Great British Bake Off final pulled in a million more viewers than last year, it was announced today. A peak audience of 8.6 million tuned in to Channel 4 for Rahul Mandal's victory, up from the 7.3 million...
Cheeky Toddler Rewarded with a Royal Cuddle; Duchess of Sussex Shares Final Hug of Marathon Tour as Harry Speaks Maori
Byline: Jonathan Prynn THE Duke and Duchess of Sussex emerged hand-in-hand from a New Zealand forest today as they wrapped up the last of 76 engagements on their marathon Pacific tour. The couple had been exploring the Redwoods Tree Walk at Rotorua...
Chelsea Fans Ready to Applaud Lampard This Time; City Exploits Forgotten Now He's in Managerial Dug-Out at Derby
Byline: CHELSEA v DERBY (7.45pm, Stamford Bridge, Sky Sports) Simon Johnson CHELSEA supporters will be a lot happier to see Frank Lampard do well against them tonight than the last time he faced them at Stamford Bridge. Lampard's name will undoubtedly...
Christmas and New Year Trains Face Shutdown
Byline: Dick Murray ONE of London's biggest-ever Christmas rail shutdowns will see many stations and lines including direct links to Heathrow and Gatwick closed throughout the holiday season for much-needed upgrade work. Virtually all routes...
Closing Deals with China in Cyberspace; Diary of an Estate Agent
MONDAY With 12 viewings already booked, two ongoing offers and three hot leads to follow up, this week is going to be a busy one for me. It starts with the sales and development consultancy meeting, followed by a conference call with our local teams...
Computacenter Dishes Halloween Horror as Numbers Give City a Fright
Byline: MARKET ROUND-UP Mark Shapland THE Square Mile served up its annual Halloween horror today as Computacenter shares crashed nearly 20% after coughing up some horrid numbers. The IT company reported a 3% dip in third-quarter revenue to PS900...
Conman Who Cheated Lover out of PS82,000 Caught When He Used Her Parking Badge
Byline: Tony Palmer A LOVE-RAT conman whose PS82,000 fraud on his ex-girlfriend was exposed when he was caught dodging a parking offence has been jailed for four-and-a-half years. Alan Bohrer, 64, began helping himself to Susan Franks's fortune...
'Cultural Vandalism' Museums and Galleries Say They'll Lose Staff and Funds after Brexit
Byline: Joe Murphy Political Editor FEARS that Britain's flagship museums will be forced to scrap major exhibitions in "cultural vandalism" after Brexit can be revealed today. Famous names including the V&A and the Natural History Museum...
Dad Jokes Are Great Fun, Just Spare Me the Chancellor's Duff Delivery
Byline: William Moore Notebook MY WIFE once told me to stop trying to impersonate a flamingo so I had to put my foot down. If that groaner is too much for you, turn the page now. There's a jolly Kipper Williams cartoon overleaf as well as letters...
Dele Deal Lifts Mood at Spurs but Run in Cups Is Needed Too
Byline: Dan Kilpatrick west ham v tottenham (7.45pm, London Stadium) TOTTENHAM chairman Daniel Levy has found himself on the ropes following the announcement of fresh delays to the club's new stadium, issued alongside a foreboding financial statement....
Dele Deal Lifts Mood at Spurs but Run in Cups Is Needed Too; West Ham V Tottenham (7.45Pm, London Stadium)
Byline: Dan Kilpatrick TOTTENHAM chairman Daniel Levy has found himself on the ropes following the announcement of fresh delays to the club's new stadium, issued alongside a foreboding financial statement. The ground will not open until 2019 and...
Don't Be Fooled by the Budget's Phil-Good Factor: Too Many People Still Struggle to Make Ends Meet
MONDAY'S Halloween trick-or-treat Budget was a big deal and not just because it contained some of the worst jokes in recent political history, including a series of loo puns to accompany some tax relief involving public toilets. All cisterns go, Phil....
Drugs Company Is Charged over Baby Food Death
Byline: Ross Lydall Health Editor POLICE investigating the death of a premature baby given contaminated food in a London hospital today charged a drugs company with a series of offences. Yousef Al-Kharboush died from septicaemia at St Thomas'...
Drugs Firm Charged over Contaminated Baby Food That 'Killed Newborn' 23 Babies at Nine Hospitals Suffered Bacterial Infection
Byline: Ross Lydall Health Editor POLICE investigating the death of a premature baby given contaminated food in a London hospital today charged a drugs company with a series of offences. Yousef Al-Kharboush died from septicaemia at St Thomas'...
Emery Close to Deciding Who Will Be No1 Keeper
Byline: ARSENAL v BLACKPOOL (7.45pm, Emirates Stadium) Giuseppe Muro UNAI EMERY has insisted he has yet to decide who his first-choice goalkeeper is but it should become clear in the coming weeks whether Petr Cech or Bernd Leno is the No1. Cech...
Emery Close to Deciding Who Will Be No1 Keeper; ARSENAL V BLACKPOOL (7.45Pm, Emirates Stadium)
Byline: Giuseppe Muro UNAI EMERY has insisted he has yet to decide who his first-choice goalkeeper is but it should become clear in the coming weeks whether Petr Cech or Bernd Leno is the No1. Cech will return to the team tonight when Arsenal...
Family Comes First in This City; A 40-Minute Commute Finds an Essex Sweet Spot with Great Schools, Plenty of Sport and Gorgeous Countryside on the Doorstep. by Ruth Bloomfield Commuter Cities Chelmsford
Byline: Ruth Bloomfield HOME SEEKERS have been looking in Chelmsford since the Romans ran everything. But it was not until 2012 that it officially became a city, marking the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Great commuter links, top-notch schools, lovely...
FIFA Chief's Plan for 48 Nations and Extra Hosts at Next World Cup
Byline: FOOTBALL Jonathan Hunn THE next World Cup in Qatar could feature 48 teams if FIFA bring forward plans to expand the tournament and it may take place in more than one country. FIFA had already decided to make the 2026 event in the US,...
Hammers Plan Vichai Tribute before Cup Tie; WREATHS TO BE LAID IN MEMORY OF VICTIMS OF CRASH WHICH FOLLOWED SATURDAY'S GAME AT LEICESTER
Byline: Ken Dyer FORMER West Ham and Leicester striker Tony Cottee will lay a wreath on the pitch at the London Stadium before tonight's Carabao Cup tie against Tottenham, in memory of Foxes chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and the four other people...
Hammond Looked across the Atlantic and Turned Back
Byline: Carl Mortished FORGET those poor Northerners, the just-about-managing, the strivers or even the spongers. Who is it who feels a tiny bit reassured after the Chancellor's Budget? Look no further than your Londonbased middle-ranking eurotrash...
He Was Our Hero, Say Family of Man Swept out to Sea in Storm
Byline: Daniel O'Mahony THE family of a London railway worker who drowned during Storm Callum said today: "He was a hero to all of us." David Dooley, 38, had been visiting a friend in Brighton when it is believed he was swept out to sea as torrential...
Homes Gossip
Byline: Amira Hashish Got some gossip? Tweet @amiranews Leo stands to make a Titanic profit LEONARDO DICAPRIO is selling his four-bedroom home, above, in LA's trendy Silver Lake neighbourhood. The Hollywood superstar, inset, bought the property...
How to Rob an Art Gallery; New Wallpapers, Fabrics and Posters Borrow Works from London Galleries and Museums. by Barbara Chandler
Byline: Barbara Chandler OUNGE on a sofa inspired by the collection at the V&A, hang wallpaper redolent of Sir John Soane, or whack up a new Royal Academy poster. London's museums and galleries are giving our homes a touch of class. It's...
If You Thought Liberalism Was in Crisis, Brazil Gets the Trump of the Tropics
Byline: Matthew d'Ancona WHEN fascism comes to America," said US stand-up comedian George Carlin, "it will not be in brown and black shirts. It will not be with jack-boots. It will be Nike sneakers and Smiley shirts." The late, great social critic...
Kick-Start for the Stadium; Resolutely Ungentrified Upton Park Is Getting New Homes for Its Local Families, Says Ruth Bloomfield
Byline: Ruth Bloomfield LONDON football clubs are becoming increasingly important players in the new homes sector, as they swap their historic grounds for swish new venues and develop the vacant old sites for housing. Nowhere is this clearer...
'KILLING VEGANS' WAITROSE FOODIE GETS CHOP; STORM AS MAGAZINE WRITER IS FORCED OUT 'Tofu Taliban Strikes Again': Wave of Support for Writer Who Quit over Anti-Vegan Outburst
Byline: Jonathan Prynn Consumer Business Editor WAITROSE Food magazine editor William Sitwell quit his job today after a storm over comments he made about "killing vegans". The 49-year-old, who had worked at the monthly title for almost 20 years,...
Lech Is Unbeatable; New Austrian Ski Homes Are Priced from PS270k and Now There Are Extra Flights. by Cathy Hawker
Byline: Cathy Hawker NEW additional flights from London to Innsbruck are proof of our continuing passion for the Austrian Alps. From December BA will increase the frequency of flights from Heathrow to Innsbruck to eight times a week. "Austria remains...
Lehmann: I've Had Counselling over Ball-Tampering Incident
Byline: cricket Tom Collomosse DARREN LEHMANN has revealed he is having counselling to deal with the ball-tampering scandal that brought about his resignation as Australia coach. Lehmann had already departed when three players captain Steve Smith,...
Lifechanger of the Week Drink to a Cottage with Its Own Vineyard
Byline: Faye Greenslade PS1,195,000: there's nothing to "wine" about at Spring Cottage in Albourne, West Sussex, which comes with a highly successful boutique vineyard and soaks up uninterrupted views of Devil's Dyke and the South Downs from its...
Madam Who Ran Brothels across London Told to Repay PS300,000
Byline: Rachael Burford A BROTHEL madam who controlled a UK-wide sex worker empire from an east London "call centre" has been ordered to give up more than PS300,000 she earned from her crimes. Yanping Zhu, 40, managed sex dens at addresses in...
Masterchef; FOOD Anthea Stephenson Is the New Head of Polpetto. She Talks to Katie Strick about Venetian Cooking and Swapping the City for the Kitchen
Byline: Katie Strick EVERY chef wants to put their own stamp on a restaurant, and for Anthea Stephenson it was her mother who summed hers up perfectly. "You really felt like you could use your fingers," was Marjorie Stephenson's remark on visiting...
Missing Tourists Mean a Tougher Christmas for West End Shops
Jonathan Prynn Consumer Business Editor WEST END stores were today warned of a tough "Brexit Christmas" with far fewer high-spending tourists than last year. Total sales over the eight-week festive run-in are forecast to reach about PS2.5billion,...
My Pinter Challenge; THEATRE Tamsin Greig Is about to Appear in Two Plays by the Dramatist and She's Terrified, She Tells Nick Curtis
IF THERE'S one thing that unites the extremely diverse roles Tamsin Greig has played over the years embracing Shakespeare, sitcoms, an Almodovar musical and The Archers it's a sort of beady intelligence, sometimes amused and sometimes exasperated,...
My Spooky Design London
Byline: Imogen Edwards-Jones author and occultist THE OCCULT is a constant fascination for the author of the new novel The Witches of St Petersburg as she prepares for Halloween. WHERE I LIVE I live in Brent, halfway between the Kilburn High...
Now Club Hope Playmaker Eriksen Will Sign Long-Term Deal
Byline: Dan Kilpatrick TOTTENHAM are hopeful Christian Eriksen will be the next player to sign a long-term contract after Dele Alli committed his future to the club yesterday. Spurs have been in talks since last season about extending Eriksen's...
Now Club Hope Playmaker Eriksen Will Sign New Contract
Byline: Dan Kilpatrick TOTTENHAM are hopeful Christian Eriksen will be the next player to sign a long-term contract after Dele Alli committed his future to the club yesterday. Spurs have been in talks since last season about extending Eriksen's...
Oh My Golly. Pixies Serve [...]; News and Gossip from the World of Showbiz, Edited by Alistair Foster with Emma Powell
Byline: Alistair Foster with Emma Powell Oh My Golly... Pixies serve up a night of non-stop nostalgia FIRST NIGHT Pixies Roundhouse, NW1 Gemma Samways INCREASINGLY, it feels like it's almost standard practice for bands to mark the anniversaries...
On the Scent of the Dognappers: CCTV Shows Theft of PS1,000 Pug
Byline: Naomi Ackerman THIS is the moment a pair of dognappers untie a family's treasured pedigree pug and calmly lead him away past shoppers on a busy street. Pugsley was tied up alone outside a newsagents in Maida Vale for just a few minutes...
Palace Call in Kick It out after Zaha Is Subjected to Racist Trolling
Byline: Giuseppe Muro CRYSTAL PALACE were in talks with Kick It Out today after Wilfried Zaha revealed he has been the target of racist abuse on social media since winning a penalty against Arsenal. Zaha has also been subjected to sickening threats...
Palace Look for Maximum Return as Meyer Gets Call
Byline: MIDDLESBROUGH v CRYSTAL PALACE (8pm, Riverside Stadium) Giuseppe Muro MAX MEYER is set to be given an opportunity to stake a claim for a regular place in the Crystal Palace team after struggling to establish himself since joining from Schalke...
Palace Look for Maximum Return as Meyer Gets Call; MIDDLESBROUGH V CRYSTAL PALACE (8Pm, Riverside Stadium)
Byline: Giuseppe Muro MAX MEYER is set to be given an opportunity to stake a claim for a regular place in the Crystal Palace team after struggling to establish himself since joining from Schalke in the summer. Jason Puncheon, Jairo Riedewald,...
Paw Patrol: Golden New Look for Firefighters; Dogs (and Crews) Get Tailored Outfits in Biggest Change for Eight Years
Byline: Lizzie Edmonds THE London Fire Brigade today unveiled new gold kit -- including special coats for two investigation dogs. From today the capital's 4,800 firefighters will wear updated tunics and trousers. All staff will also receive a...
Paw Patrol There's a Golden New Look for London's Firefighters (and Their Dogs Are Wearing It Too)
Byline: Lizzie Edmonds THE London Fire Brigade today unveiled new gold kit including special coats for two investigation dogs. From today the capital's 4,800 firefighters will wear updated tunics and trousers. All staff will also receive a fluorescent...
Pitch Perfect Transfer for Football Play; FIRST NIGHT
The Wolves Theatre Royal Stratford East, E15 Henry Hitchings SARAH DELAPPE'S debut play is a flyon-the-wall portrait of fiercely competitive teenagers. Astute about the rewards of teamwork and the passions that can derail unity, it's quirky and sometimes...
Players Left in Shock after Buttler Shot Puts Opponent in Hospital with Head Injuries; Nissanka in Hospital after Sickening Blow
Byline: CRICKET Chris Stocks in Colombo ENGLAND'S opening warm-up match was disrupted by a worrying injury that saw Pathum Nissanka rushed to hospital after being struck on the helmet fielding at short leg. Nissanka was felled when Jos Buttler,...
Pompeo Calls for Yemen Ceasefire and Peace Talks 'Within 30 Days'
Byline: YEMEN David Gardner US Correspondent THE United States today called for a ceasefire in war-torn Yemen and the launch of peace talks within 30 days. US secretary of state Mike Pompeo urged Houthi rebels and the Saudibacked government to...
Poorest Areas in London Have Worst Cases of Asthma Attacks
Byline: RossLydall Health Editor CROYDON has been named the worst borough in London for asthma, as it was revealed that poorer areas have far higher hospital admission rates for asthma than richer ones. Research by the charity Asthma UK said...
Santander Buoyed by South America as UK Misses Targets
Byline: Simon English BANKING SANTANDER showed the benefits of its global business model today, as good performance in Brazil offset weakness in the UK. Profits at the UK arm fell 13% to PS1.4 billion in the first three quarters of the year as...
Scale of Student Anxiety and Distress Is Worry for Us All, Says Universities Chief
Byline: Anna Davis Education Editor THE head of the universities regulator today said it is "impossible not to be concerned" at the scale of anxiety and depression among students. Nicola Dandridge, chief executive of the Office for Students,...
Spotlight on Highbury; This London Village Has Community Spirit, Green Space Galore, Handsome Homes, Independent Shops -- and It's Super-Connected, Says Anthea Masey
Byline: Anthea Masey tALL, Italianate villas, among some of London's most majestic houses, are to be found in the tree-lined streets of Highbury, where they were built for the newly enriched Victorian upper classes. This residential area in the...
Square Mile Calls for Next to Shut Stores as High Street Sales Slump
Byline: RETAIL Laura Onita FASHION chain Next faced calls to shut more stores quickly today as it admitted its High Street arm was dragging the business back. The retailer admitted that traditional sales on the High Street fell by 8% in the third-quarter...
Stakes High as Jones Is Forced to Shuffle Pack for Boks Opener
Byline: RUGBY UNION Adam Hathaway EDDIE JONES has been the joker in the pack ever since he packed down as a sub-sized hooker playing for Randwick at Coogee Oval in Sydney grade rugby in the 1980s. Now the pack is his major concern ahead of Saturday's...
StanChart Shrugging off Brexit with Record Profits
Byline: banking Simon English STANDARD Chartered is concerned about Brexit, a trade war with China and other global uncertainties but is shrugging it all off to record higher profits. The Asia-focused bank made more than $1 billion (PS830 million)...
Stars
Byline: shelley von STRUNCKEL aries March 20 - April 19 Being a fire sign, you thrive on action. Still, in that enthusiasm, you'll often unwittingly ignore suggestions about new ideas. Now, however, events are prompting you to explore these. Do...
Stop-and-Search Needs More Than Words to Work; Established 1827
IN the six months since Sajid Javid became Home Secretary he's shown that he's not afraid to overturn broken policies that he inherited. There's the block he put on the "hostile environment" immigration policy after the Windrush scandal and the switch...
Stop and Search Works, Says Javid as He Pledges to Make It Easier for Police
Byline: Martin Bentham Home Affairs Editor SAJID JAVID today promised to make it easier for police to use stop and search as he called for a sweeping overhaul of crime-fighting methods. The Home Secretary said he would "be looking at ways to...
Stop and Search Works, Says Javid; HOME SECRETARY TO MAKE IT EASIER FOR POLICE TO TACKLE RISING VIOLENCE IN LONDON'Police Must Feel Confident over Stop and Search'
Byline: Martin Bentham Home Affairs Editor SAJID JAVID today promised to make it easier for police to use stop and search as he called for a sweeping overhaul of crime-fighting methods. The Home Secretary said he would "be looking at ways to...
Tallest Statue Will Be Fitting Tribute to 'Iron Man' of India
Byline: Lord Gadhia TODAY, the world's tallest statue, the Statue of Unity, is unveiled in India by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Standing more than twice as high as the Statue of Liberty, the man honoured with this likeness is Vallabhbhai Patel...
Tearful Plea of Murdered Journalist's Fiancee: Just Let Me Give Him a Funeral
Byline: Kiran Randhawa THE fiancee of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi broke down in tears today as she spoke of her "last duty" to give him a funeral. In an emotional TV interview, Hatice Cengiz told of their dreams of spending their...
The Brexit Bounce-Back; the Property Market Will Rebound after Britain Quits the EU, Say Experts, as They Predict the London Areas Set to See New Homes Growth. AnnaWhite Reports
Byline: AnnaWhite HOUSE prices and sales across Greater London -- stifled for the past three years -- are set to enjoy a "Brexit bounceback" as soon as Britain leaves the European Union at the end of March, experts are predicting. Following a...
The Flat Makeover That Never Was; Victoria Whitlock Wants to Revamp Her Rental Flat. the Trouble Is, Her Tenants Love It Just the Way It Is the Accidental Landlord
Byline: Victoria Whitlock MY TENANTS are moving out, having found a place to buy, and once again I find myself wondering whether to do up the property before attempting to get anyone in to rent it. It was last renovated when my husband and I...
There's a New Kid in the School Playground, and She's Not Slow to Show Her Sinister Side
Byline: Guy Pewsey The Viewer Crow's Blood Film4, 10.50pm THERE'S something about Maki. The new girl at school, she's automatically starting on the back foot by arriving into an established adolescent group. It's difficult for anyone, of course....
TO the V&A Last Night [...]; @City_Spy
TO the V&A last night where the annual Financial News Asset Management Awards kept going and going until the last gong was finally dished out at an ungodly 11pm -- well past most fund managers' bed time. Chris Sier, a campaigner against high fees,...
Two New Spots from Old Pros Get Coal Drops Yard off to a Flying Start
Byline: David Sexton Breaking new ground: main image, Vermuteria in Coal Drops Yard, inset. Below, its neighbour, Barrafina restaurant of the week Vermuteria Coal Drops Yard, N1. vermuteria.cc. Open all day. Prices variable Barrafina Coal Drops...
Whyte-Hot Clash Is on the Cards as Chisora Steps Up to the Plate Again
Byline: boxing John Dillon DILLIAN WHYTE and Derek Chisora are set to face each other in a huge heavyweight rematch in London, with the winner potentially taking on Anthony Joshua. The clash at the 02 Arena on December 22 is close to confirmation...
Will This Be the End of a Beautiful Friendship?
Byline: Fiona McNulty OUR LAWYER ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS Q MY JOB is taking me abroad for at least a couple of years. My wife and I want to rent out our house while we are away -- but never having let a property before, we really don't know where...
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