How we all came to love the Regent’s Canal

The alternate and very “un-London” pace of life on the water is reaching a tipping point

13 Mar 2017

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‘The 1967 bill did nothing for the rights of lesbians, women and transgendered people’

Andrew Lumsden, original member of the Gay Liberation Front, on the slow march towards equality

09 Mar 2017

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Women’s March on London: a demo against Donald Trump’s definition of respect

This attitude can simply no longer be tolerated, says Clare Hand

18 Jan 2017

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MUST DO: Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest 2016

This month sees the event’s sixth outing in venues across east and central London

11 Nov 2016

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‘As an independent LGBT bar you must adapt to survive’

What’s it like working at tiny subterranean LGBT spot the New Bloomsbury Set? Clare Hand speaks to bartender Matt Lawrence

25 Oct 2016

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What’s it like running a traditional boozer nowadays?

Meet Gerry McGlynn, who’s been at the helm of his pub off the Euston Road for 25 years

09 Aug 2016

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Why I’m marching at Pride 2016

We’re a community of people who, regardless of how we may be attacked, cannot and will not be removed, argues Clare Hand

23 Jun 2016

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Why the Word on the Water bookbarge is now a permanent fixture

Jonathan Privett tells Clare Hand about his fight to remain on the canal in King’s Cross. And why books are better from being under threat

21 Jun 2016

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The life and times of the King’s Cross news stand guy

It’s been there since 1914, and has withstood two world wars, the 7/7 bombings, and gentrification. Meet Andy Stephenson, who’s been at the helm for the last 23 years

08 Jun 2016

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