Is Grey Squirrel the Next Great Sustainable Meat?
A London chef has started serving a slow-cooked squirrel ragu—because that's one species that there's no shortage of.
Please Stop Throwing Pizzas at This British Pond
Dozens of "pizza bases" have inexplicably appeared on the shores of Bradmore Green Pond, throwing locals into a tizzy.
Trump says he's loved in the U.K., as Britons plan mass protests
Donald says he gets fan mail.
A New Graffiti Exhibition Proves Bristol Isn’t Just for Banksy
'Graffiti Nation' shows the diversity of Bristol’s current graffiti and street art scene.
Refugees are Redefining the Future of Work in Glasgow
We spoke to the young Sudanese developer setting up a coding school for refugees in the UK.
Take a Peek Inside the UK's Epic, 18-Month Long Art Road Trip
40+ artists, 18 months, and 4 Cities: Inside the British Art Show 8.
Photographing the Smallest City in the UK
Like Twin Peaks, but without all the murder and stuff.
Winston Churchill Was a Racist Warmonger Who Tried to Sterilize the Mentally Ill
The "British Bulldog" is celebrated as a defeater of Nazis and champion of democracy. But he also hated Indian people, loved eugenics, and advocated for poison gas.
The UK Is Firing Shots at Cyprus’s Beloved Halloumi
Cyprus is applying to protect and monopolize on the production of halloumi cheese, but UK cheesemakers argue that their stuff is low-quality, industrial junk.
Avocados Are About to Get Way More Expensive
The UK, where avocado sales have climbed by 25 percent in the last year alone, is getting it the worst.
The EU Remains at Odds with Its Members Over the Safety of GM Food
The great GMO debate rages on as the EU shuts down draft legislature that would allow individual European nations to ban the use of GM food or animal feed.
Pure Fat Is Officially the Best New Food Product in the UK
Top honors at this week's Guild of Fine Food awards go to pure rendered beef fat. But not just any pure rendered beef fat—some rather extraordinary stuff.