There’s nowhere else like London. Thankfully.
LEEDS LEEDS LEEDS LEEDS LEEDS.
Non-British Reddit users were asked what things British people do that annoys them. Turns out, quite a lot.
“Can I get a flake in that?”
There’s a Facebook page documenting things “overheard in private school.”
It’s grown from 0 to 75,000 followers in just three months.
She’s even more magical in real life.
When I left London three years ago, I didn’t plan to return. Here’s why I’m glad to be home.
These are the things that really matter.
Michael Gove wants British values to be taught in schools. The #BritishValues hashtag offers some excellent suggestions.
Basically the same country, really.
Say no to politicised knitting.
Interest in the films appears to have caused the British Council’s website to crash.
Curbs lifted in January allowed Romanians to freely enter the UK. Although the number of Romanian workers in the UK dropped, more of them are being attacked in the capital.
London calling to the faraway towns — it’s really expensive and crowded here.
Perceptions, meet reality. Not even close.
From the always wonderful @TwopTwips.
The British government wants to keep its ability to block internet content.
It grows a bit, as it turns out.
Want to spark debate online? Project a giant baguette onto a national monument.
Are we being social or antisocial?
Can you tell the city from the Google Street View?
It’s not all rain. There are clouds as well as rain.
It’s not all smog and parmos.
Will you live forever or fade away with the common people?
It’s not all Hogwarts castles and ‘cute accents’ you know.