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The London Evening Standard (simply the Evening Standard before May 2009) is a local, free daily newspaper, published Monday to Friday in tabloid format in London.
It is the dominant local/regional evening paper for London and the surrounding area, with coverage of national and international news and City of London finance.
If you are looking for yesterday’s newspaper or any recent newspaper from the past nine months, is the website to come to.
We provide the UK’s most comprehensive back issue service for national and Scottish newspapers.
In the 1960s, the paper was now upstaged by The Evening News, which sold over 1 million copies nightly.
During the decade, the paper also began to publish the comic strip Modesty Blaise that bolstered the paper's sales throughout the 1970s.
The reason that weekend newspapers are more expensive is that firstly the cover price is significantly higher, and secondly, the weight of the weekend papers are very much greater.
In 1987 the Evening News was briefly revived to compete with Robert Maxwell's London Daily News, reverting into the Evening Standard.Dedicated to London life and style, ES Magazine is available Thursdays and Fridays with the Evening Standard or viewed online or on tablet.Over half of ES Magazine readers are AB social class.slightly later in more outlying areas (such as Kent).
A second edition, "West End Final", went to print at 3 pm, and the "Late Night Final" went to print at 5 pm and was available in the central area from about 6 pm There was often considerable variation between the editions, particularly with the front page lead and following few pages, including the Londoner's Diary, though features and reviews stayed the same.
After nine months, our back issues are classified as Historic Newspapers.