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Released at 4pm on the day of recording, the Leader podcast brings you the latest news, analysis and interviews from the Evening Standard.  Our journalists, editors and columnists will take you through the day’s events, helping you understand what’s happening during these extraordinary times. SeeRead more

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WFH: Is it time to welcome workers back?

Jan 17 • 07:48

MPs and business leaders have piled more pressure on Boris Johnson to end Plan B and the work from home advice....

Partygate: What's Boris Johnson doing this weekend?

Jan 14 • 09:15

It’s been a week to forget for the Prime Minister and with allegations of even more government covid rule breaks, he’s still not out of the woods. ...

France opens up to Brits… again

Jan 13 • 07:37

Travel to France is back again. The country has announced it will lift its ban on UK holidaymakers from tomorrow....

Sadiq Khan on congestion, TfL and cannabis

Jan 12 • 05:47

London could be about to face a different health crisis - congestion. ...

How Londoners helped crucial covid research

Jan 11 • 07:28

New findings from Imperial College London could help future-proof covid vaccines....

Cladding crisis: what the new government plans mean

Jan 10 • 06:16
New hope for thousands of people impacted by the ongoing cladding crisis. The Housing Minister, Michael Gove, says developers must agree to a £4 billion plan to fix dangerous cladding on low-rise flats by early March or risk new laws forcing them to act. The Evening Standard’s political reporter Rachael Burford explains what exactly the plans mean, how they could help and ...

What the 2022 cash squeeze means for Londoners

Jan 7 • 08:29

You’ve already been hit with the highest inflation rate in 10 years - and there’s more financial heartache in store for Londoners......

Dry January: welcome to London’s first alcohol-free off-licence

Jan 6 • 08:24

If you’re still nursing the post-New Year blues or hope to cut down your drinking a bit for ‘22, London’s first alcohol-free off-licence has opened as a pop-up in the West End....

Cash Brixton’s Bowie posthumously earned £185 million

Jan 5 • 07:45

David Bowie has posthumously earned his estate what’s reported to be about £185 million ($250 million), and the Starman joins the likes of Bruce Springsteen and Tina Turner among artists selling the rights to their back catalogues for hundreds of millions....

Strikes and ticket hikes: welcome to London Tube travel 2022

Jan 4 • 07:03

Commuter rail routes groaned back into the service today, but suffered cancellations and Covid-linked train staff shortages. ...

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