The city is in danger of becoming a lot more like London: a prosperous city with rampant inequality.
Scotland now finds itself ruled by a government that almost none of its people voted for, which obviously isn't going to go down too well with all of those people.
As polling day looms on May 7, the United Kingdom is less united now than it was at the last election — and Scotland could hold the balance of power.
Scotland's parliament has been given increased control over income tax, voter eligibility, and discretionary welfare payments.
This weekend, a guy walking around Essex in a gimp mask told everyone that he's a nice guy.
BeautyCon is described as a place where "professional beauty gurus, editors, celebrities, bloggers and YouTube personalities" interact with fans; it ultimately exists, as do most things in the modern world, for marketing purposes.
The case for sticking with Westminster, or else turn into a broke-ass swamp full of heroin addicts.
The case for casting off the English and becoming a socialist paradise of green energy and endless cash.