Leonard Barden has been writing his daily chess column for the London Evening Standard for over fifty years. He first began in 1958. According to available records, this puts the Englishman just a touch behind George Koltanowski for the honour of writing the "longest-running daily chess column in history". Koltanowski wrote his column in the San Francisco Chronicle for a reported total of 51 years and 9 months.
I mention all this because, while you can still read Barden's daily columns online, the printed version will now appear only once a week - on Fridays! It apparently has to do with the Standard's recently launched new look.
And someone isn't happy.