The Realities of the UK's First 'Legal' Red Light District
A murder in the Leeds industrial estate where sex workers are allowed to operate has raised questions about the safety of the city's pioneering scheme.
The Government's Broken Promise on Fracking Could Devastate Britain's Rare Wildlife
Pre-election, the Conservative Party said it wouldn't allow drilling in sites of special scientific interest, but it just went ahead and granted licenses that cover 293 of them.
How the Calais Migrant Crisis Is Affecting Dover's Roads and Residents
Desperately seeking asylum and not being able to drive down one section of a motorway are clearly two very different plights. Still, there are plenty of pissed off people this side of the Channel, so we went to speak to them.
Investigating Birmingham's 'Super Gang'
Before Christmas, a spate of articles claimed that a "super gang" was being formed by members of the city's two warring factions. I headed up there to have a look for myself.