Andy Jones

Sex

I Tried a Few of Those New Viagra Subscriptions to See If They Work

Like Netflix or Amazon Prime, men can now subscribe to online services offering performance enhancing medication. But are they any good?
Andy Jones
6.7.19
croydon cat killer

These Investigators Believe the Croydon Cat Killer Is Still Out There

Boudicca Rising and Tony Jenkins, who led the civilian investigation, don't agree with the Met's conclusion that a fox was to blame.
Andy Jones
10.3.18
Drugs

How Gangs Are Smuggling Drugs Into the UK in 2018

Stock cars, dog food and drones, oh my.
Andy Jones
9.13.18
Counter-terror

I Was MI6's Top Spy Inside Al-Qaeda

We met with Aimen Dean, who spent a decade making bombs for the jihadi group.
Andy Jones
8.6.18
crime

The Liverpudlian Former Gangster 'On the Run' in Sierra Leone

Sam Walker says he'll be arrested as soon as he returns to the UK. British police beg to differ.
Andy Jones
7.2.18
crime

The Hacker Training Ground in Suburban Essex

This month, a 24-year-old was jailed after setting up a website where hackers could dummy run their software before launching it for attacks.
Andy Jones
2.28.18
cocaine

How the UK's Coke Got So Strong

Independent drugs testers say cocaine purity is as high as 80 percent at street level in major cities.
Andy Jones
11.3.17
corporate lobbying

The London Lobbyist with Ties to Billions of Pounds of Gentrification

Peter Bingle spends his time schmoozing councils on behalf of property developers.
Andy Jones
9.19.17
GENTRIFICATION

The London Council Evicting Homeowners to Make Way for Luxury Flats

Southwark Council have served longtime residents eviction notices and offered them compensation at a fraction of what their homes are worth.
Andy Jones
6.21.17
housing

Ninety Percent of Flats in London's Top New Developments Have Been Sold Abroad

And 42 percent have been purchased by buyers from "high corruption risk" countries.
Andy Jones
5.9.17
GENTRIFICATION

Every Flat in a New South London Development Has Been Sold to Foreign Investors

When the Heygate Estate was demolished there were promises of social housing and a "community feel", but it's all fallen through.
Andy Jones
4.13.17
Greece

At This Secret Mountain Monastery, Food and Wine Is Free

The Orthodox Christian monks of Mount Athos in southern Greece believe in hospitality towards all travellers. Visitors stay in their monasteries without charge and are given free food and wine.
Andy Jones
11.16.16
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