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.
There's a small but dedicated community of "murderabilia" collectors in the UK. I went to meet a couple of them.
The police think that journalists are "domestic extremists" and are keeping files on them as if they're criminals.
Last month saw the first strike over pay by NHS workers in England for 32 years and today the struggle continued—thousands refused to go to work for four hours this morning.
To some sophisticated gangs in Northern England, turning young girls into prostitutes is just another lucrative business.
The city has a history of destroying and rebuilding itself, but none of the Glaswegians I spoke to want the Concert Hall steps to be built over.
I interviewed former Daily Star journalist Rich Peppiatt about his new film in which he trolls newspaper editors.
"Vape" is 2014's Word of the Year. Perfect.
They stormed Parliament Square and paint bombed a government ministry.
If the Tories are re-elected next year, they're going to give judges the power to strap alcohol monitoring devices to people's ankles. Here's how the internet says you can beat the bracelets.
In 2010, Mike Harvey started to document his journeys as a taxi driver. He built a rapport with passengers, took their photos at the final destination, and waived the fee as a thank you.
Over the last 15-odd years, the Gibraltar government's bet on attracting online gambling companies with low tax rates and other incentives has paid off spectacularly.
Thousands of ex-pat Romanians helped Klaus Iohannis defeat incumbent Victor-Viorel Ponta in an election that centered around accusations of widespread government corruption.
For 28 days, Mark Farid will remain in one room, experiencing his every waking moment through the eyes of another human being.
As the next UK election approaches, the major political parties will scramble to capture the youth vote. While politicians repeatedly fail to learn from their predecessors' errors, they'd be wise to avoid the 1987 campaign tactics of the Labour Party.
In between takes of "Coming for Christmas," we talked to the stars and executives of Television X—the UK's most treasured soft porn channel. They discussed the station's history, and if their holiday song has a chance at making the charts.
Racist Roy 'Chubby' Brown's Gig is arguably UK's most controversial comedian. I went to one of his sold-out gigs to see if there was more to the stand-up show than an old racist man making old racist jokes.
Sitting among the cow skulls in his spooky bungalow, Phil Mawson told me about his conversion from the evil "cult" of Jehovah's Witnesses to the humane world of Satanism.
A year in the shoes of your average worker might give Britain's political leaders a little more perspective.
With the UK job market looking increasingly bleak for graduates, AltGen is trying to convince people to start their own cooperatives rather than taking crappy jobs or unpaid internships.
People who lie about being veterans are called "Walter Mittys" in the UK and real veterans really, really don't like them.
Since 2009, when eight local Islamic extremists were arrested at their homes for a terrorist plot to blow up seven transatlantic passenger jets, High Wycombe has gained a grim sort of notoriety.
Investigatory Powers Tribunals are where you complain if you think the government is spying on you. They're usually held behind closed doors but this year a few select public hearings have taken place, so I went to check one out.