A large People's Assembly march streamed through Manchester to throw the Conservative Party an unwelcoming party.
They wanted to smear paramilitary organizations and scare kids into staying indoors.
There's currently a convicted murderer running around on the roof of HMP Strangeways, smashing things in protest. We talked to Alan Lord, who did the same in 1990, about his prison-rioting days.
Another weekend, another confrontation between the racist far right and the people who oppose them.
The complainant says she was sickened to learn her "boyfriend" was actually her female best friend.
Is the UK following America's lead when it comes to bombing countries it's technically not at war with?
When a huge investment firm moved in to evict the residents of Sweets Way, they fought back.
We talked to locals and fans to piece together the life of Geoffrey Brindle—the mysterious man who walks around the town Bradford in a robe and sandals well-wishing strangers.
All the people calling him a "throwback" haven't stopped to consider what is likely to happen to the British economy in the next decade.
They chucked bottles and bricks while chanting "we hate n*****s."
A recent government report revealed that there's been a spike in how many pills and acid tabs are being consumed by people in the UK.
British aristocrats admired Hitler, and he admired their empire.
St. Patrick's College got investigated by the Home Office and can no longer sponsor student visas. Its international students have to find a new place to study in 60 days, or get kicked out of the UK.
But for how long? I went to the summer teen drinking hotspot to see what's new since the local council started cracking down.
They're keeping older British voters happy by pissing off the young. That tactic could blow up in their faces in the long run.
"Deport first, appeal later" legislation means immigrants who commit minor crimes can only appeal after they've already been removed and, in many cases, left destitute.
The late artist was "the real deal," according to those who knew her.
The real "student experience" is increasingly at odds with the image sold by universities—so student activists are demonstrating.
If these guys can proudly wander around central London dressed like sad cat-humans, why should I give a shit about what anyone thinks of me?
The full figures have not been made public, but the costs of the program have been estimated at around $17.27 billion.
Ideally, London would not have to build a brand new $78 billion island in the Thames called "Boris."
A weird mixture of left-wing anti-fascists, right-wing pro-Israelis, and God-fearing Evangelical Christians turned out to oppose them.
It's the question I find myself thinking about every time I go to the mosque.
Objectively, one of the capital's best street parties.