Much-loved venues may be closing down, but the queer scene has always been in flux.
I went on patrol with sleepy Frinton-on-Sea's new team of private bouncers.
Gang members start as pint-sized "grafters," some as young as 13, earning cash by growing cannabis crops in rented houses.
Conservatives are already pushing to fast-track a bill that Edward Snowden has called "the most intrusive and least accountable surveillance regime in the West."
Many young people don't know much about unions, or look at them as antiquated relics, but they could provide a path to making work suck less.
That's the question being posed by The Castle of Trades "future heritage museum," an arts project that travels around east London interviewing residents about their work.
Photographer Pani Paul has been documenting Mile End skate park for years. His pictures have something about them that can take you back.
England is on the brink of a doctors' strike, the sort of which hasn't been since the 1970s.
Jon Underwood has been hosting death cafes in the basement of his home since 2011, but now he wants to run one full-time.
If you're a Muslim in the UK, there's a good chance that at some point you will end up in jail. We asked a Muslim ex-con what to expect.
Prison might be more influential than we'd like to admit in creating "lone wolf" terrorists.
Mark Cawson documented his time living in unoccupied buildings in the English capital. Now, his photographs are being exhibited for the first time.
When a charismatic former alcoholic named Shaft had his life changed by Burning Man, he realized that he actually identifies as a unicorn.
These women enjoy making fools of themselves for your entertainment.
The towers were visible for miles around and had become a symbol of the successes and failure's of the city's housing schemes.
Telling people how much of a drain everyone is on resources definitely wouldn't result in the stigmatization of the vulnerable.
Author Chris Mullin's 1982 novel about a coup toppling a left-wing government turned out to be disconcertingly realistic. We asked him how the establishment would deal with Jeremy Corbyn.
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.