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West Ham 2 Manchester City 1: Goal machine Diafra Sakho scores again as Allardyce's Hammers record deserved win over Premier League holders

standard.co.uk — The Irons, who had climbed into the top four with a run of positive displays, took a deserved lead through Morgan Amalfitano on 21 minutes as the visitors were outmuscled. City piled on the pressure, which saw Sergio Aguero hit the crossbar and Yaya Toure strike the outside of the post.

Teenager 'stabbed on bus in broad daylight'

standard.co.uk — A teenage boy was stabbed on a bus in broad daylight before collapsing in front of a KFC.

Smart homes: a day in the life of a connected home

standard.co.uk — At 6.30am your alarm goes off but, thankfully, your robot butler is already waiting with a cup of freshly brewed tea and several slices of toast. 'Time to get up!' you announce to the room at large and your voice-activated bed responds by pulling back the covers.
Oct 24, 2014

RT @ESMagOfficial: What would you rather - talking fridge or floating bed? @helenlewis gets the gadget latest. bit.ly/1znIcTC pic.twitter.com/vYG8dA4F4h

Love's Labour's Lost / Love's Labour's Won (Much Ado About Nothing), Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford - theatre review

standard.co.uk — It's such a clever idea to join two of Shakespeare's most sparkling romantic comedies by setting them in the shadow of the First World War. As presented by director Christopher Luscombe and a skilfully cross-cast company of actors, Love's Labour's Lost now unfolds in that last gilded Edwardian summer pre-war before ending presciently with a death.
Oct 24, 2014

My review of the ingenious WW1-themed pairing of Love's Labour's Lost and Much Ado @TheRSC: standard.co.uk/goingout/theat…