James Rippingale

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I Spent an Evening at the London Headquarters of the World's Chillest Caliphate

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Caliphate just wants everyone to love each other.
James Rippingale, Photos: Maurizio Martorana
3.30.16
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How to Murder a Prize-Winning Dog and Get Away with It

Just pick a really famous dog who's recently competed in Britain's annual Crufts dog show. Hey, it worked last year.
James Rippingale; Illustrations: Ella Strickland de
3.12.16
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Shootings, Stabbings and Bomb Attacks: Meeting London's Major Trauma Team

I spent an evening with staff from London's Air Ambulance, the team tasked with treating the capital's most gravely wounded.
James Rippingale
1.27.16
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We Spent a Night with One of the UK's Urban Fox Assassins

Tom Keightly is the man you call if you've got foxes screaming in your garden.
James Rippingale, Photos: Jake Lewis
8.27.15
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We Asked a Policeman How a Member of the British Public Could Solve a Murder

Could I, a common idiot, work out who done it?
James Rippingale, Illustration: Sam Taylor
5.8.15
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Inside Surrey's New 'Cannabis Cafe and Hotel'

Owner Jonathan Falkus is going to charge "about a tenner" for the night, which comes with free tea or coffee and a joint.
James Rippingale, Photos: Jake Lewis
4.30.15
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Photos of People Who Got Rejected from London Clubs This Weekend

We found the one club in London that will have no problem properly fucking up your evening.
James Rippingale, Photos: Carl Wilson
4.27.15
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​Inside Headley Court, the Rehab Estate for Injured British Soldiers

We spent a day touring the MOD's Surrey mansion, meeting soldiers undergoing treatment and talking about the effects of battle injuries.
James Rippingale, Photos: Damian Flack
3.19.15
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We Asked an Expert What Would Happen If the UK Accidentally Legalised Ecstasy

Would the economy benefit? What about public health? Would xenophobia stop because everyone would be too busy telling each other they're the best friend they've ever had?
James Rippingale, Illustration: Sam Taylor
3.12.15
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How to Beat David Cameron's Anti-Boozing Bracelets

If the Tories are re-elected next year, they're going to give judges the power to strap alcohol monitoring devices to people's ankles. Here's how the internet says you can beat the bracelets.
James Rippingale
11.19.14
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This NGO Trains Giant Rats to Clear Mine Fields

They've already blitzed 8.8 million square metres of land in Mozambique.
James Rippingale
9.17.14
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Meeting the Pissed Off Residents of Channel 4's 'Immigration Street'

People living in Derby Road, Southampton aren't best pleased with the new TV show.
James Rippingale, Photos: Tori Maria Barratt-Crane
9.16.14