Raymond Depardon's photo series captured everyday life in some of the city's most deprived neighbourhoods amid the grind of Thatcher's Britain.
We talked to Toby Mott about punk, fascism and other incarnations of the skinhead movement – as well as his forthcoming book, Skinhead – An Archive.
Fat White Family are a reminder that rock'n'roll can mean something beyond an NME cover, a pull-quote, and a few tracks recorded with Jim Abbiss.
"I'm not being funny, but the thing I disagree with is the foreigners coming in."
Here's a track from the guys who brought "THE BITCH IS DEAD" sign to the Thatcher death party.
We asked some. Believe it or not, opinion was pretty divided.
We went along to London's public outpouring of joy.
Punk as I knew it has a political purpose. What is classified as 'punk' music these days is absolutely empty and gutless.