Photographer Joanne Coates takes unvarnished portraits of life as a working class woman in the countryside.
“Someone was selling a meteorite—a literal meteorite.”
“Everyone was saying ‘good day’ to my friend and I thought he was just a manager or something. Apparently, he’s the owner.”
Shooting blow-up dolls modelled after Taylor Swift, roleplaying as animals, mourning with lobsters, and more – it’s a staggering range.
"She had an entirely separate fridge just for fizzy pop. What the fuck?"
Nothing can said to be certain, except death, taxes and Hooray Henries trying and failing to pull on nagt.
Former students say that some of the most elite schools in the country are breeding grounds for harassment and bullying.
“I want to be proud of my school – it undoubtedly made me who I am today – but I end up feeling ashamed.”
Growing up in Telford, social class was never a big deal. That all changed when I moved away for university.
"It’s weird that people are socialised from young to think that going to a specific private school means you’ll be successful."