F. Cooke pie shop in London has been serving homemade pie, mash, and parsley liquor for generations. “Loads of customers still come in a few days a week,” says owner Joseph Cooke. “We have some in their 90s.”
David Cameron convinced EU leaders to essentially prevent EU nationals working in the UK from accessing in-work benefits. But what do the people affected by the freeze actually think about it?
Hundreds of thousands of people are reported missing every year, but most of us know very little about what happens next.
One in ten British students have resorted to payday loans to get them through college, and with lenders actively targeting those whose student loan hardly covers food and shelter, the situation is only going to get worse.
Welcome to The Last Bite, our new column documenting the survival of traditional food establishments in a ramen-slurping, matcha latte-sipping, novelty cafe-obsessed world. First, we visit London's Ridley Road Market.
Despite the fact that 70 percent of women seeking asylum in the UK have suffered sexual violence, domestic policy fails them.
"Det var mit job. Jeg anså det ikke for at være forkert, og jeg tror, det var derfor, jeg slap afsted med det."
I spoke to a seasoned shoplifter and one of the "store detectives" tasked with catching people like her in the act.
“There is nowhere in the UK you can buy North Korean food but I cook it for my family at home everyday,” says Lee Min, a North Korean refugee and chef now living in Manchester.