For the residents of Kent, gridlocked roads, vaccine delays, sprawling construction sites, and the overriding smell of urine, aren’t what they had in mind when they voted to leave the EU.
South Korea is one of the largest importers of whelks, an edible sea snail native to the British coastline. But with Trump’s military threats exacerbating tensions on the peninsula, orders are down.
When chef Stephen Harris’ took over The Sportsman 18 years ago, it was a sticky carpeted boozer with peeling wallpaper. Now it’s one of the best restaurants in the UK.
Everything from 'Drive' to William Eggleston's photography has found its way into their new video.
The Thomas Waghorn, a Wetherspoons pub that opened in Kent last month, has introduced a dress code that bans tracksuits.
Temporary restaurant Xiringuito has just pitched up in the Kent seaside town of Margate. Co-founder Jackson Berg was inspired by Barcelona's beachside bars. “They're always fun, they're always boozy,” he says.
“It is basically rhubarb,” says forager Ross Evans of Japanese knotweed, the “weed” Britain spends £166 million every year attempting to eradicate. “The young shoots are also great, almost similar to bamboo shoots.”
Wheelers Oyster Bar on the Kent coast may only seat 12 people and be decked out with knick knacks, but it’s regularly booked up months in advance.
It's going to cost $2.9 billion to build and will probably have a 'Wallace and Gromit' ride.
As the UK votes whether to quit the EU in June, British farmers are divided over the impact this could have on their livelihoods.
Saturday saw the seaside town become the epicentre of British racism once again.