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  1. food fight
    Is This Pub Owner the World’s Best Trip Advisor User?He fights back against what he claims are lies and falsehoods in reviews.
  2. the feeding tube
    The Great British Baking Show Is Back — But Is It Still Good?A superfan weighs in on some big changes for the show that essentially defines British culture.
  3. lads
    Drunk Lads Keep Trying to Have Sex With This Man’s Beautiful Topiary“I don’t want them to behave like that with my privet lady.”
  4. crying
    Behold, Some Heartbroken Lads Weeping After England’s World Cup LossIt’s not coming home.
  5. the urbanist: london
    Kew Gardens, Margate, and Other Escapes From LondonFive brilliant day trips, each less than two hours from the heart of the capital.
  6. the urbanist: london
    Week 9: London Is a Grand Old Dame With a Hip New AttitudeThe city boasts some of the world’s best design, fashion, art galleries, theaters, and restaurants, but always makes room for the up-and-coming.
  7. the urbanist: london
    Go Deeper: What to Read, Watch, and Download Before Visiting LondonOur list of essentials includes a detective series starring Idris Elba and a zombie apocalypse flick.
  8. the urbanist: london
    Where the Locals Would Stay in London If They Weren’t LocalFrom stately townhouses to a floating hotel, these suggestions suit a range of styles and spending habits.
  9. the urbanist: london
    Don’t Leave London Without Trying These 8 Essential DishesBeyond fish and chips: A quartet of food experts wax lyrical about four British classics and other dishes unique to contemporary, cosmopolitan London.
  10. the urbanist: london
    London’s Best Watering Holes, According to Star Bartender Tony ConigliaroThe ‘Heston Blumenthal of drinks’ picks his favorite bars for top-shelf Martinis, natural wine, and no-frills cocktails.
  11. the urbanist: london
    Where the Founders of The Gourmand Eat and Drink in LondonDavid Lane and Marina Tweed’s go-to breakfast nooks, old-school oyster bars, and proper English pubs.
  12. the urbanist: london
    My Favorite End: An Art Curator’s Guide to West LondonSeeking inspiration with Ben Moore, founder of Art Below, a public-works project that brings art to billboard spaces in underground train stations.
  13. the urbanist: london
    My Favorite End: A Novelist’s Guide to North LondonErin Kelly, best-selling author of crime thrillers The Poison Tree and He Said/She Said, goes to bat for her beloved quadrant of the city.
  14. royal wedding
    What Was It Like to Go to School With Prince Harry?Seven Eton graduates tell us what it was like to attend to the world’s poshest school — and be classmates with Will and Harry.
  15. let's makeup
    Becca Created a Highlighter for Meghan MarkleJust in time for the royal wedding.
  16. fragrance
    Here’s What the Royal Wedding Will Smell LikeHarry and Meghan’s wedding will have an official perfume.
  17. crime
    Egyptian Student Dies After Being Attacked in EnglandShe was brutally beaten by a group of women in an incident many believe was racially motivated.
  18. shortages
    Now KFC Is Running Out of GravyThe “operational issues” continue.
  19. food waste
    Starbucks Is Testing a Small Fee for Takeout Coffee CupsGet ready to pay a bit more for coffee to go in London — could the charge soon arrive in the U.S.?
  20. the chain gang
    KFC Apologized for Its Chicken Shortage With a Seriously Great AdJust a cheeky little chicken ad from the U.K.
  21. the chain gang
    KFCs Ran Out of Chicken in the U.K. — and the Internet Just Cannot Handle ItA delivery-service change somehow forced almost 700 locations to close.
  22. going bust
    Jamie Oliver’s Restaurant Empire Is Reportedly $100 Million in DebtTo stay afloat, he’s closing nearly half of his Jamie’s Italian restaurants in England.
  23. online reviews
    Chef Says Diners Are ‘Blackmailing’ Him to Avoid His Strict Reservation PolicyThe threat of a bad TripAdvisor review is very real.
  24. tipping
    Chain Bashed for Cold-blooded Tipping Policy That Makes Servers ‘Pay to Work’The legally dubious scheme takes 3 percent of the bill, regardless of the gratuity.
  25. food waste
    Parliament Proposes ‘Latte Levy’ to Curb England’s Cup WasteBritish people reportedly trash 2.5 billion unrecyclable cups a year.
  26. dead meat
    Chef Resigns After Bragging That She ‘Spiked’ a Vegan’s FoodShe “needs some time away from the business to clear her head.”
  27. bad moves
    Chef Gets Death Threats After Bragging She ‘Spiked’ a Vegan MealThe “pious” customer “has gone to bed still believing she’s a vegan.”
  28. the chain gang
    Pizza Hut Is Now Making Vegan PiesBut you’ll need to go to the U.K. to get one.
  29. christmas scandals
    Bakery Chain Apologizes for Using Sausage Roll As Jesus in Nativity SceneIt even includes bite marks.
  30. twitter rants
    Gordon Ramsay Calls Renowned Chef Michel Roux an ‘Old Fart’ for Banning PhotosHe tweeted that the Waterside Inn’s ban is “bloody pompous.”
  31. bans
    One of England’s Greatest Restaurants Has Banned Diners From Photographing FoodMichel Roux says the Waterside Inn is “so upset about people taking pictures.”
  32. the feeding tube
    England Shaken to Its Core After Great British Bake Off Winner Gets Leaked Early“Oh god, what has Prue done?”
  33. ruff deal
    ‘Rooffee,’ the First Coffee for Dogs, Raises Plenty of QuestionsThat head-scratching name is just the first of many.
  34. horrible ideas
    Who’s Ready for Pink ‘Sparkling’ Milk?A large dairy producer has worldwide ambitions for a new drink.
  35. food waste
    This Organic, ‘Zero Waste’ Supermarket Doesn’t Sell Anything in PackagesYou need your own Mason jar for its nut butter and toothpaste.
  36. sausages
    Pigs Rescued From Fire Turned Into Sausages for Firefighters Who Saved ThemThe farmer sent them as a thank-you.
  37. born yesterday
    Sold-out Cheese Festival Runs Out of Cheese, Infuriates Attendees“The demand for cheese on offer wasn’t anticipated” is not a valid excuse.
  38. pretty crappy
    There Could Be Poop Bacteria in Your Fast-food DrinkA BBC study found fecal coliforms in ice at U.K. locations of McDonald’s, KFC, and Burger King.
  39. Edgar Wright’s Forgotten Film Debut ‘A Fistful of Fingers’Edgar Wright’s newest film Baby Driver is out this week, and if early reviews are any indication, it can easily stand alongside his previously […]
  40. pretty crappy
    There May Be a Little Poop in Your Starbucks Iced CoffeeIn a new test, a third of the chain’s iced drinks were contaminated with fecal bacteria.
  41. the chain gang
    McDonald’s Pulls Ad Saying If Your Dad Dies, You Just Need a Filet-O-FishBereavement groups called the ad “offensive.”
  42. Hospitals Across England Paralyzed by Widespread HackDoctors have received notifications from the hackers that if they want to access their files, they’ll need to pay a ransom.
  43. pippa middleton wedding
    Pippa Middleton Is Making Her Guests Change Outfits Mid-WeddingEven Vogue is calling this “slightly high-maintenance.”
  44. you brexit you buy it
    England Could Introduce ‘Barista Visas’ to Keep Cafés Fully Staffed After BrexitThe government’s Home Office reportedly calls it “a good idea.”
  45. c'mon man
    Grocery Chain in Hot Water After Chairman Labels White Men ‘Endangered Species’Female minorities are “in an extremely propitious period.”
  46. food politics
    U.K. Farmers Warn Brexit Could Make Their Crops ‘Rot in the Fields’In a very familiar-sounding argument, they point out 20 percent of their workforce is foreign.
  47. food waste
    U.K. Supermarket Chain’s New Delivery Trucks Will Run Entirely on Food WasteWaitrose says the vehicles can run 500 miles on biomethane, a by-product of rotting food.
  48. shortages
    The British Are Panicking Because Supermarkets Have Started Rationing VegetablesBad weather has caused a shortage of lettuce, zucchini, eggplant, and broccoli.
  49. you brexit you buy it
    Jamie Oliver Claims Brexit Is Forcing Him to Close 6 Failing RestaurantsBut not everybody buys the connection.
  50. education
    Teach Kids Philosophy, It Makes Them Better at MathNot what to think, but how to think.
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