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In the Evening Standard included the by-line "Incorporating the 'Evening News'", which remained until the paper's sale in Associated News keeps the remaining 24 percent. Previously there were three editions each weekday, excluding Bank holidays. 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. In May , the newspaper launched a series of poster ads, each of which prominently featured the word "Sorry" in the paper's then-masthead font. These ads offered various apologies for past editorial approaches, such as "Sorry for losing touch".
Ex-editor Veronica Wadley criticised the "Pravda-style" campaign saying it humiliated the paper's staff and insulted its readers. Also in May the paper relaunched as the London Evening Standard with a new layout and masthead, marking the occasion by giving away , free copies on the day,  and refreshed its sports coverage.
After a long history of paid circulation, on 12 October the Standard became a free newspaper,   with free circulation of ,, limited to central London. In February , a paid-for circulation version became available in suburban areas of London for 20p although many places sell it for 50p.
The judges said, "[the Standard has] quite simply Not just for the act of going free, but because editorial quality has been maintained, circulation has almost trebled and advertisers have responded favourably. Here is a media brand restored to health.
In March , editor George Osborne initiated a redesign of the paper, which featured a dropping of the 'London' from the paper's title in a signal of the paper's ambition to have greater national and international influence. In May , James Cusick of openDemocracy alleged the newspaper had been providing favourable news coverage to companies including Uber and Google in exchange for financial sponsorship.
In June , the Evening Standard announced job cuts. The London Evening Standard , although a regional newspaper, does cover national and international news, though with an emphasis on London-centred news especially in its features pages , covering building developments, property prices, traffic schemes, politics, the congestion charge and, in the Londoner's Diary page, gossip on the social scene.
It also occasionally runs campaigns on local issues that national newspapers do not cover in detail. It has a tradition of providing arts coverage. Its best known former art critic, Brian Sewell , was known for his acerbic view of conceptual art , Britart and the Turner Prize  and his views attracted controversy and criticism in the art world. During the London mayoral election the newspaper — and particularly its correspondent Andrew Gilligan — published articles in support of the Conservative candidate, Boris Johnson , including frequent front-page headlines condemning Ken Livingstone.
This included the headline "Suicide bomb backer runs Ken's campaign".
On 5 May , the newspaper stated in an editorial that, having supported Labour under Tony Blair , the newspaper would be supporting David Cameron and the Conservatives in the General Election , saying that "the Conservatives are ready for power: they look like a government in waiting.
On 5 May , an editorial stated that the newspaper would again be supporting David Cameron and the Conservatives in the General Election , saying that the Conservatives have "shown themselves to be good for London.
There were almost twice as many positive headlines about the Conservative candidate, Zac Goldsmith , as for his Labour rival, Sadiq Khan , with stories exhibiting the strongest bias against Khan also being the most prominent. This had 48 pages, compared with about 80 in the main paper, which also had a supplement on most days.
In August , the freesheet was relaunched as London Lite. It was designed to be especially attractive to younger female readers and featured a wide range of lifestyle articles, but less news and business news than the main paper. It was initially only available between On Fridays, the newspaper includes a free glossy lifestyle magazine, ES launched as the Evening Standard Magazine in  , and the circulation was increased to , in September This has moved from more general articles to concentrate on glamour, with features on the rich, powerful and famous.
An entertainment guide supplement Metro Life previously called Hot Tickets was launched in September This was a what's-on guide with listings of cinemas and theatres in and around London, and was given away on Thursdays. It was discontinued on 1 September It also gives Londoners a chance to win exclusive tickets to film premieres and sports tournament tickets, such as the Wimbledon Ladies Singles Final.
The newspaper's This Is London website carries some of the stories from the Evening Standard and promotions, reviews and competitions. It also includes a number of blogs by Evening Standard writers, such as restaurant critic Charles Campion , theatre critic Kieron Quirke and music critic David Smyth. A separate website contains images of each page of the print edition two versions and supplements. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Regional free daily tabloid-format newspaper in London. This article needs additional citations for verification.
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