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.
Naloxone is a miracle drug that can bring people back from the brink of an overdose. Problem is, a mixture of fear and austerity is keeping local English councils from getting their hands on the stuff.
A boy in a panda hat doing NOS balloons, couples fingering each other in sleeping bags, and a strange tent-human hybrid.
The story of a genre, as told by some of its most pivotal players.
The "future of work" is a rip-off for workers who live in constant fear for their jobs.
"The Wolf of London Underground" shot to internet fame this morning after a video surfaced appearing to show him doing coke on the tube. But is it real?
Stuart Griffiths was posted to County Tyrone as a military photographer. Some weeks into the tour, a young British soldier lost both his legs to an IRA explosive device, triggering the Coalisland riots.
One officer was knocked out as people threw bricks at police who were helping the UK Border Agency round up an immigrant in London.
Photographer Sarah McClaren documented the "five minute communities" that form in the ladies' up and down Britain every weekend.
"I'm just looking for a girl who'll kick the fuck out of me," one of the hopeful relationship seekers told me.
"I'm not sure why you're upset," said one teacher, after I was called a "chink." "You're basically white."
British students acquire far less debt than most of their American counterparts, and paying it off is generally a lot simpler.
Phil "Smokees" Staples spent years in and out of prison for robbery and drug dealing before opening a chain of head shops. Now, half of his business is about to go down the drain.
How did the British go from Oasis, New Labour, and Austin Powers to Ed Sheeran, Downton Abbey, and pedophiles?
The Met won't confirm or deny whether they're behind the fake phone masts grabbing information from Londoners' phones, meaning we have no idea whether the tech is being used responsibly.
We spent a day at ground zero for the UK's new war on synthetic drugs.
What will become of the young men setting up shop outside East London's night clubs?
When I look in the mirror, I can't see my whole face any more, just my eyes and nose.
"To be honest, mate, we've made the best of a bad situation. We're from villages anyway—we do this for fun."
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Changes in the economy don't just wreck lives; they can alter the structure of how we see the world around us.
The first riot against David Cameron's new government.
The new Conservative government could mean enraged students battling with cops and animal lovers beating up fox hunters.