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Style & Fashion | Fashion Designers

Lingerie brand Coco De Mer unveils V&A collaboration | Daily Mail Online

New images of the collaboration between London's V&A museum and Coo De Mer shot by renowned photographer Rankin have been unveiled ahead of the launch next week.

News | The News

Anti-Trump London Mayor Sadiq Khan under fire for 'pathetic' response to crime surge | Fox News

London Mayor Sadiq Khan is under increasingly heavy fire from his predecessor, residents and even President Trump over rising crime in the city – though Khan says police cuts from the Conservative government are to blame.

Politics | Politics

Despite anger in London, Trump finds support in England's pro-Brexit working-class towns | Fox News

President Trump's three-day visit to the United Kingdom will be greeted by throngs of protesters marching through London. But in the north of England, opinions of Trump are far more nuanced.

Politics | Leftist Lunacy

'Lesbian Activists' Stall London Pride Parade To Protest Against Transgenders

In a bizarre scene Saturday, a group of "lesbian activists" disrupted and stalled the London Pride Parade, in what they called a protest against the event's inclusion of transgender individuals.

News | The News

Less than one in 20 street robberies are being solved by police | Daily Mail Online

Less than one in 20 street robberies and burglaries are being solved in the UK, shocking new figures have revealed. The statistic will fuel concerns there is a crisis in the nation's policing.

History | History

$2.5 Million in World War II-Era Cash Discovered Beneath Winston Churchill's Former Tailor's Shop | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

Music | Music

PREMIERE: Rock duo NOVA TWINS are girl power on steroids in their latest banger | AFROPUNK

“YOUNG GIRLS! You can ROCK too!” AFROPUNK Brooklyn performers NOVA TWINS are back with another new one ahead of their set this summer. This time with “Hit Girl: a slow creeper that starts off like dripping molasses before bursting into a hig

History | History

The Jewish History of the Tower of London - Jerusalem Post

Site acted as both haven and prison for medieval community members.

Entertainment | Entertainment

The 'Hidden' Theater in London's Alexandra Palace Is Reopening After 80 Years

Once a 19th century technological marvel, the theater will finally be capable of holding performances again.

News | Human Interest Stories

BREAKING: Judge Effectively Sentences Baby Alfie To Death, Denies Parents Request To Seek Treatment In Italy

On Tuesday afternoon, the parents of sick 23-month-old baby Alfie Evans lost a last-ditch legal challenge to take their son to Italy to seek treatment.

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

London's Mayor Declares Intense New 'Knife Control' Policies To Stop Epidemic Of Stabbings

An epidemic of stabbings and acid attacks in London has gotten so bad that London mayor Sadiq Khan is announcing broad new "knife control" policies designed to keep these weapons of war out of the hands of Londoners looking to cause others harm.

Music | Music News

Inside Jimi Hendrix’s blood-spattered record collection

Jimi Hendrix's record collection is viewable at Handel & Hendrix in London, on Mayfair's Brook Street. Here's what's in it

Politics | Second Amendment

Knife Attacks Propel London To Outpace NYC's Murder Rate For First Time In Modern History

London, lauded by the Left for its strict gun laws and embrace of multiculturalism, is not the haven it's cracked up

News | News

London murder rate overtakes New York's

An ex-senior Met Police officer says he is "absolutely devastated" by the figures for 2018.

News | In The News

As Britain cracks down on weapons, criminals turn to acid attacks - The Washington Post

There were more than 700 acid attacks last year — double the number in 2015.

History | History

8 Amazing Things Discovered During the Expansion of the London Underground

Europe’s largest engineering project uncovered countless historic treasures, ranging from bones to Tudor bowling balls.

History | History

The Secret World War II History Hidden in London's Fences

London's housing developments often feature a unique form of fencing: stretchers reused after World War II.

Music | Music

65,000 People In London Wait For Green Day. To Pass The Time Away, They Sung This.

While waiting to see a live Green Day show in London’s famous Hyde Park, the massive crowd of over 65,000 people, without being told to, sung a rousing version of the Queen song “Bohemian Rhapsody“…

Sports | Cycling

Team Cinelli Chrome @ Red Hook Crit London N. 2

Team Cinelli Chrome second Red Hook Crit video recap. Made by Fogmakers.

Music | Music

Recreating London's Iconic Reggae Record Covers, in Photos - Feature Shoot

Dandy Livingstone, Your Musical Doctor (Downtown, 1969), 46 years later Various, Harder Shade of Black (Santic, 1974), 42 years later. London photographer Alex Bartsch doesn’t know how many vinyl records are in his collection, but he has tracked down th

History | History

10 Relics From the Horse-Powered City Hiding in Plain Sight

You can still find reminders of the days when horse-drawn transportation reigned.

Music | Music

The Damned on the Dawn of U.K. Punk, Getting Back at the Beatles

The Damned's Dave Vanian and Captain Sensible reflect on their 40-year career, from releasing the first punk single to gigging with Motörhead's Lemmy.

Music | Music News

David Bowie's Birthplace May Soon Be Home to a Giant Lightning Bolt Sculpture

The sculpture would resemble the one painted across Bowie's face on the cover of 1973's 'Aladdin Sane.'

Music | Music

Poly Styrene and X Ray Spex - Identity

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Politics | The Hall of Idiots

'Become a suicide bomber' posters appear across London

Posters urging Londoners to become "suicide bombers" have been appearing at bus stops across the capital.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

This Week, Dog Lovers Can Take a London Bus Tour With Their Furry Friends | Mental Floss

The 90-minute tour takes riders to the city's best dog parks and canine-themed cultural attractions.

Sports | Cycling

RED HOOK LONDON 2016 BEHIND THE SCENE

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Visual Arts | Photography

Rare color photos of 1928 England, full of soul and spunk

This diverse set of English pictures was colored using the Autochrome process, the foremost photo technology of its day.

Music | Music

A David Bowie Mural in London Will Become Permanent | Nerdist

In 2013, Australian artist Jimmy C created a David Bowie mural on the side of Morleys, a department store in the late songwriter’s childhood neighborhood of

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

How a Ragtag Gang of Retirees Pulled Off the Biggest Jewel Heist in British History

The police and public gasped at the audacity of the Great Hatton Garden heist of 2015, where millions in cash and jewels were taken from an underground vault in London’s diamond district. Mark Seal investigates the unorthodox daring of the perpetrators�

Music | Music

Watch David Bowie’s Hometown of Brixton Gather for Mass Sing-Alongs of His Greatest Hits

In the hours following David Bowie’s death, fans flocked to Brixton—the south London district where the singer was born David Robert Jones in 1947—to pay t

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

LONDON VS. NEW YORK CITY: Which is REALLY the best city in the world?

We rounded up the factors that are important for both inhabitants and visitors to take into consideration and used them to help settle the debate.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

London's Regents Canal Path Now Has Duck Lanes | Mental Floss

Designated lanes in high-traffic areas make sense, especially if you're trying to ease congestion and accommodate travelers of different speeds. With bikers, pedestrians, and ducks all vying for access along the Regents Canal path in central London, it was only a matter of time before demarcated lanes started appearing

History | History

'Dirty Old London': A History Of The Victorians' Infamous Filth : NPR

In the 1800s, the Thames River was thick with human sewage and the streets were covered with horse dung, the removal of which, according to Lee Jackson, presented an "impossible challenge."

News | News

Siren 'flash mob' in Trafalgar Square, London

A group of young people - Jewish and non-Jewish, Israeli and non-Israeli - gathered in London's Trafalgar Square to show the public what it's like to live un...

Travel | Travel

Old and New Taste--All Good--in London, Part One

London is--far more than Paris, Rome or Berlin--the epitome of the international city, as much a melting pot of cultures now as the United States....

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Starbucks Picasso serves (caffeine) high art

This barista deserves employee of every month. At most Starbucks, you're lucky if your cup comes sporting the correct spelling of your name. At one London location, patrons don't just get cups with their correct names on them... they also get a personal piece of art.