JD Wetherspoon, you deserve far more affection than you're given.
Punks, mods, Hells Angels, and corrupt cops all had their place in the cult 1970s publishing stable.
NG7, a food bank in Nottingham, says the local government relies too much on private charities to feed the hungry and plans to focus on changing the system rather than providing for individuals.
Ian Haworth, an ex-cult member, has been running the Cult Information Center since 1987. I caught up with him recently to get an insight into how a modern day cult operates.
Over the weekend, posters that looked like ads for the Metropolitan Police appeared all over the UK capital calling the cops institutionally racist.
Tijuana's mod scene might be tiny, but that hasn't stopped them from throwing parties every month or raising their kids to keep on carrying the torch.
Peter Lambert's Friday night consists of drunken karaoke, a bag of chips, and two men beating the shit out of each other.
They may be ideological opposites, but their prominence indicates that the UK is entering a new political context.
Yesterday, a cafe selling only cereal and cereal-based cakes opened in East London. This went down well with some people, but mostly very badly with everyone else.
Soon after allegations of the centres guards beating a detainee were made, it because almost impossible to talk to migrants living there.
Hey, guess what—it's Christmas Eve, it's 8:30 PM, and no, there isn't anything I can do about the fact that all your presents are sitting in a package holding center because your neighbor didn't sign for them.
A new British law means that kids under the age of 16 will now be able to buy boozy chocolates. I bought a breathalyzer and 80 liquor chocolates to see if the kids will be able to get trashed off these candies.
The UK's morality police freaked out over gory horror films in the 1980s, leading to a widespread ban—which is now being echoed by a recent crackdown on fetish porn.
In using his late father's skull to clone his own, Lee Wagstaff aims to explore the pair's estranged relationship, as well as themes of religious worship, deification, and eternal life.
Last week, two members of British Parliament made sure that landlords in the UK can still kick you out if you complain about your crappy house.
As of today, British pornography producers aren't allowed to depict all sorts of stuff, from "spanking, caning, and whipping beyond a gentle level" to "strangulation and facesitting."
A couple of weeks ago, Matthew Lester realized he'd been an "unwitting twat" and decided to make amends.
We sent Theo Cottle to Leicester Square—London's prime destination for fans of cheap souvenirs and overpriced steak restaurants—to drink cheap booze and point his camera at strangers.
Some are in support of better transportation links; others think it's just inviting an influx of crime, heroin, and nasty fuckers from the "mainland."
Kelham Island, in the English town of Sheffield, is home to craft beer, upmarket flats and an uneasy tension between rich residents and downtrodden sex workers.
I went to watch Lisa "Lights Out" McCallam and Stacy "The Hammer" Hayes fight it out in London's limping female fighting scene.
Twenty weeks of protest against segregated entrances for rich and poor tenants has forced the building's owners into talks with the Class War activist group.
Last summer there was a reported 13 percent rise in fat-transfer operations—where fat is taken from the stomach or thigh area and squeezed into the buttocks—among plastic-surgery clinics in the UK.
The charity that runs a community for people with learning disabilities is being accused of harassing its residents, but they say they're doing nothing of the sort.