While everyone else was busy drinking rum out of the bottle and looking for a place to take a leak, photographers Norman Craig and Giles Moberly were diligently documenting the party on camera.
Tom Keightly is the man you call if you've got foxes screaming in your yard.
We spoke to the people trying to save vulnerable young women from lives of exploitation and crime.
The massive pool will link two luxury apartment buildings—units start at just under a million dollars.
Spitman was a West London council estate myth until the mobile phone footage turned up.
GHB, mephedrone, and meth have become so popular at gay sex parties that many sex workers say they're expected to take these drugs as part of their jobs.
The WikiLeaks founder remains holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
The council in Hackney caused a furor when it announced new nightclubs would have to close at 11 PM on weeknights and midnight on weekends.
How London and other cities have replaced raves with dire yuppie parody.
Utopia is a multi-sensory installation at the Roundhouse in London that allows you to experience the various lives being lived in one of the world's biggest cities.
People are not happy with the new museum about a notorious murderer, which was originally supposed to be a museum celebrating the women of London's east end.
The pirate station has spent nearly a quarter of a century transmitting hardcore, jungle, and drum 'n' bass from antennas installed on the roofs of public housing estates.
Alex Sturrock photographed Dave, who lives with a non-traditional assortment of pets in Wood Green, North London.
Can a new generation of indie operas set in bars and railway stations save the art form from extinction?
Lloyds Bank reckon people who work in the city should move to Wellingborough because it's really cheap. I went there and found out why.
Modern love is being sucked off on a commuter train to Essex, apparently.
In case you don't remember, Jack the Ripper is famous for killing women.
London Black-Up is a group of friends and musicians who've played a huge role in the capital's hardcore scene over the past 20 years.
More mega-rich are seeking second citizenship in the UK than anywhere else on the planet.
My childhood was less MDMA and sangria and more prim and proper right-wing children with stoner parents.
Also this week: A guy was arrested for "stealing electricity" by plugging his phone in on a train.
It seems like a good time for a refresher course in London Underground etiquette, given that everyone keeps masturbating and doing cocaine on it.
One has over 2,700 board games in his house, and estimates the collection is worth over $125,000.
As Soho's sex workers are pushed out, "brothel chic" is selling people a sanitized, fake version of the sleazy image they created.