Looking after the protection of children can be a rewarding job—when you're not receiving insults and death threats, that is.
In case you hadn't noticed already, public displays of depressing infantilism are pretty big in London right now. At least this one's for charity.
"I mean the Duke of Edinburgh won't give a shit will he?"
Protesters picketed the Greyhound of the Year Awards, saying that the declining industry is breeding too many dogs—and those that deemed "surplus" end up being mistreated.
Club 487 represents a backlash against the sanitization and gentrification of the UK capital. But how long will it last?
They want the world to pay more attention when Nigerians are killed in terrorist atrocities.
Do last year's flash-in-the-pan trends mean anything whatsoever?
Virtually nobody in Britain opposes a rent-cap, but could punishing landlords end up making the housing crisis even worse?
The UK capital now has a literal playground for the rich. In the sky.
The Paris Observatory say they're adding a leap second to clocks this summer to catch up with atomic time. We asked some people in London what they'll do with their extra second.
The Joiners Arms is closing down this time next week. To celebrate its 18 years of flying the rainbow flag, we photographed some of the London venue's best-dressed regulars.
They stood in silent defiance in Trafalgar Square, pens held aloft.
And these are the results.
Tracing the origins of London's newest and most annoyingly infantile youth tribe.
A growing underclass are being forced to leave their homes and live in temporary accommodation miles away—their kids flea-bitten, their debts piling up.
To celebrate their seventh issue, the portraiture quarterly shared with us some of their most striking images.
It's been a year since one of the most cynical crackdowns on prostitution the UK has ever seen, and that is still weighing on the minds of activists.
I work as a nurse on an acute mental health ward. One month in every three, I'm on "nights"—12-hour shifts that run from 7:30 PM to 7:45 AM. The other night, a patient held a knife to my throat.
It used to be that esports was almost a dirty word, a concept that even people who played games sneered at. Well, now it's all grown up. Now, it's looking down on us, saying, "I tried to tell you."
I got tons of food from guys online by posing as a girl—but what could I get IRL as a man?
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Class war, a perversely resurgent club scene, and people lining up for burgers—a year in the life of one of the greatest cities on Earth.
Whether it's at the DMV, a cemetery, or a building where children go to be treated for cancer, everyone seems keen to spread a little festive cheer.
Britain's council estates have gone from being homes for war heroes and the dignified poor into a giant safe house for organized crime.