Colin Freeman

What happened to the Evening Standard?

The paper was once an institution

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An Evening Standard delivery van in the early 1960s (Getty)

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Colin Freeman

Colin Freeman is former chief foreign correspondent of the Sunday Telegraph and author of ‘Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: The mission to rescue the hostages the world forgot.’

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