Hamilton wins top prizes at Evening Standard Theatre Awards
Historical hip hop West End hit triumphs in best musical and emerging talent categories
‘It's a crazy number’: Historic midterms turnout saw Democrats almost match Trump's presidential vote
Results suggest 'blue wave' did materialise as unprecedented turnout sees party come within touching distance of leader's tally in 2016
Thousands flee as volcano threatens more eruptions
‘Explosions shook homes with sounds similar to a train locomotive’
Who is the Dutch Christmas character Black Pete – and why is he so controversial?
Assistant to Sinterklaas arrives in Dutch cities by steamboat every December to herald coming of festive season but increasingly considered an offensive relic of colonialism
May’s Brexit is dead – a Final Say is the only route out of the chaos
The prime minister clearly doesn’t have the numbers to get her deal through parliament. Only a public vote can now break the political deadlock
Theresa May's enemies have made her look brilliant
These were meant to be the impossible hours. But the magnificent crapness of her rivals has turned them into a cakewalk – and now it looks like the Brexiteers might end up destroying Brexit
When the UN says British austerity is misogynistic, we should listen
The Work and Pensions Committee have heard copious evidence on the consequences of Universal Credit for domestic abuse victims, yet still refuse to do anything about it
See the best-dressed stars at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards
See which stars stole the sartorial show
Thousands of people just discovered the iPhone space bar trick
The ability is available on the iPhone 6S and newer models
Hackers target Black Friday shoppers with hundreds of fake apps
Shoppers hoping to find discounted TVs and laptops on Black Friday and Cyber Monday in 2018 should be vigilant, researchers warn
Instagram’s latest feature aims to tackle social media addiction
Facebook researchers have noted that using their apps can make people miserable
Christine and the Queens: 'I'm working the excess'
As her UK tour kicks off, the French singer talks to Alexandra Pollard about her new album 'Chris', dating ‘macho men’, and the problems that come with queering the mainstream
No-deal Brexit spending by UK firms a waste of money says CBI
In a speech to the business lobby group's 2018 conference Carloyn Fairbairn said 'not one penny of it will create new jobs or products'
What really forces currency markets and exchange rates to change?
Why do exchange rates fluctuate, often dramatically?
Tenerife apartment block battered by storm waves
Flooding has also been reported in Murcia, south eastern Spain
Man high on cocaine crashes into police station at 100mph
Sam O Kerlin was critically injured but has since recovered, police say