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Revealed: Lip Fillers Are Being Offered to Children in the UK
Ninety percent of practitioners in London and Essex aren’t asking children their age before booking them in for lip fillers – and none required a child’s ID for a consultation.
The Families Out in Force at London's Global Climate Strike
It was an intergenerational protest day out.
A One-Day Search for the UK's Best Chicken Wing
Or: how Britain looked beyond breast and came to host Europe's largest chicken wing festival.
You Wouldn't Believe Joe Gilgun's Life Story – So He Spun It into TV
The ‘This Is England’ actor puts his bipolar disorder, troublemaking childhood and love of Lancashire into semi-autobiographical new series, ‘Brassic’.
Maxine Peake Is Sick of Remainers Blaming 'Racist Northerners'
We spoke to the 'Gwen' star about Brexit, despair and trans rights.
Everything You Need to Know Before Attending Your First Protest
If you're planning on skipping school to attend the Fridays For Future march, you should come prepared.
Simon Amstell's New Film Helped Him Understand His Twenties
We spoke to the writer-director of 'Benjamin' about fame, relationships and his famous presenting style.
Remembering Wardour News, Another Lost Cultural Institution
The Soho boutique has been everything a newsagents could be.
I Took Every Member of 5 Seconds of Summer on a Date to Nando's
We spoke about fame, boybands and how we are all hurtling towards our inevitable deaths.
Photos of the Lunches That All Sorts of Workers Take to Work
We wanted to know if being, say, a tour manager, a developer, a police officer or a teacher affects how you eat. So we asked a load of people in different jobs about their diets.