Pubs in the UK are closing at a staggering rate, but no one seems to agree on exactly why.
The sad end of the Red Row flats—Glasgow's city in the sky.
People love quoting Apu from The Simpsons.
Protesters picketed the Greyhound of the Year Awards, saying that the declining industry is breeding too many dogs—and those that deemed "surplus" end up being mistreated.
They wanted to protest against immigrant "invaders" but were hassled and attacked by anti-fascists.
They want the world to pay more attention when Nigerians are killed in terrorist atrocities.
The handset has become the most popular phone among dealers who don't want their movements traced.
The country's only publicly owned railway is also one of the best, but soon it's being privatized.
Before Christmas, a spate of articles claimed that a "super gang" was being formed by members of Birmingham's two warring factions. I headed up there to have a look for myself.
We spoke to Marc Wilson about his photos of the numerous wartime buildings that have become a silent part of Britain's scenery.
Skaters had been building "Little Oasis Crazy Skate" for eight months before the Margate council destroyed it.
They reckon there are better ways of dealing with crime than locking people up, and if you make more jail space you're probably going to go ahead and fill it.
Something about rock and metal makes people stick around for the long haul.
Virtually nobody in Britain opposes a rent-cap, but could punishing landlords end up making the housing crisis even worse?
We asked Robert Hewison, author of Cultural Capital: The Rise and Fall of Creative Britain about the value of the arts and how cuts to funding are threatening the UK's cultural life.
We asked the two documentary makers—who've been friends for nearly 20 years—to have a chat, and then to share that chat with us.
Online activists are working hard to stop the media from ignoring a possible child-molestation scandal that could involve high-ranking political figures.
The UK capital now has a literal playground for the rich. In the sky.
Dr. Taj Hargey is waging his own private jihad by attempting to turn Muslim teaching away from the stodgy conservatism of most clerics.
We spoke to two of the people behind the White Flower campaign, which was launched in British Parliament yesterday.
A new report suggesting that British Jews are questioning their place in the country is alarmist bullshit.
The Netherlands is the latest European country to launch a hotline aimed at talking Muslims in immigrant communities out of becoming jihadists, but it's not clear how effective these programs are.
A "terrorism expert" told Fox News that an English town was controlled by extremist Muslims, but Britain is a long, long way from becoming a sharia state.
As the police search for the people responsible for a spate of attacks on property, anybody who calls themselves an anarchist in the town of Bristol seems to be under suspicion.