Do you know your Bangor from your…other Bangor? Test your UK general knowledge here.
It’s a finger lickin’ good world.
Esther Honig’s single self-portrait became a mosaic of “the perfect woman” as seen in vastly different cultures.
When I left London three years ago, I didn’t plan to return. Here’s why I’m glad to be home.
These products are almost the same on both sides of the Atlantic, but only the ones on the right have really sexy accents.
Pop royalty and true royalty shaking hands? It’s almost too good to be true.
Where should your taste buds actually live?
Created using real flight data.
A young girl’s life gets turned upside-down in this tragic video promoting Save The Children UK’s “Syrian Children Refugee Crisis” campaign.
Not happy where you are? The home of your dreams is a train ride away.
What is the top question on Google autocomplete when you write the words “Why is [city} so…?”
If you live above Manchester, you should probably should look away now.
“To permit someone to discriminate on the ground that he did not believe that persons of homosexual orientation should be treated equally with persons of heterosexual orientation would be to create a class of people who were exempt from the discrimination legislation,” ruled the high court unanimously.
Let’s just say it’s a mixed bag.
The U.K.’s highest court has rejected an appeal that would attempt to block Northern Ireland’s same-sex couples from being able to adopt.
Asian actors don’t often get starring roles in Hollywood, but these guys — American and otherwise — prove they’re leading men too.
A gay soldier wrote in his memoir that Prince Harry saved him when fellow soldiers threatened him in 2008.
Officially servin’ royal realness for 60 years.
Immediately after registering their union under the United Kingdom’s Civil Partnership Act, the couple filed for asylum fearing they would be killed if they return to Pakistan.
What happens when you type “[City Name] is …” into Google UK? Well, it’s mostly a bit critical, to be honest, but at least Reading is fundamental.
The decision to stop permanently flying the British flag outside Belfast City Hall has sparked the worst violence since the 1998 Good Friday peace agreement. Only Kate Middleton’s birthday was a brief respite from the violence. Here’s a breakdown of the riots and the growing unrest in the country.
Obama might give The Bobbed One a prezzie.
Mr. Worldwide’s new video for “Don’t Stop the Party,” featuring semi-naked ladies, was deemed too explicit for TV in Britain.
This short video about small-scale fishermen in the U.K. is surprisingly powerful.
This collection of beautiful photos were taken by Jason Hawkes while in a helicopter flying over the city. A night photographer, he captured unique, glowing pictures of all the main sights of London—from Big Ben to Piccadilly Circus—and much more.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has cut short a trade trip to South Africa in order to attend an emergency session of Parliament so that he may answer questions about his own involvement in the Rupert Murdoch phone hacking scandal. The move comes as Britain’s two top police officers have resigned in the face of corruption and bribery allegations related to the scandal, a scandal which has now become a crisis threatening every major institution in the UK.
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They already have nicknames for each other. He’s “Captain” (his military rank) and Pippa is “Commando” because she’s said to have gone sans underwear at her sister’s wedding. Probably too good to be true.
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