Theo McInnes

In Photos: Cooper’s Hill cheese roll
Photography

In Photos: Cooper’s Hill cheese roll

Each year in the Cotswolds, hundreds of competitors sprint down a sheer, uneven cliff to chase after a wheel of Double Gloucester cheese, risking injury and even consciousness. This year we sent photographer Theo McInnes to capture the action.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Inside the lurid, laugh-out-loud world of Alex Gamsu Jenkins
Vans

Inside the lurid, laugh-out-loud world of Alex Gamsu Jenkins

Garish, grotesque and riddled with dark humour, the 29-year-old’s illustrations and comics depict the millennial experience with twisted glee. For the Londoner, it’s about reclaiming the anxieties that young people face every single day.

Written by: Niall Flynn

Meet the women breathing new life into old sports
Vans

Meet the women breathing new life into old sports

In Britain, traditional, institutional sports are changing, spearheaded by a wave of forward-thinking athletes. With fencing, figure skating and even refereeing getting their 21st century makeover, we speak to the women at the forefront of the change.

Written by: Theo McInnes

In Photos: Santa Clauses came to town
Photography

In Photos: Santa Clauses came to town

Both naughty and nice, photographer Theo McInnes was on hand to capture the chaos and delight as hundreds of Santas descended on London this weekend.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Striking photos of an English town on Bonfire night
Photography

Striking photos of an English town on Bonfire night

Photographer Theo McInnes was on hand to capture the dozens of processions and burns held in Lewes in honour of Guy Fawkes night.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Introducing the Season of Hope
Season of Hope

Introducing the Season of Hope

In an ever darkening world, we’ve partnered with the Peace & Justice Project to shine a light on those inspiring and creating change.

Written by: Samuel Sweek

Conkers: The unlikely contact sport taking London by storm
Outdoors

Conkers: The unlikely contact sport taking London by storm

Grazed knuckles, bleeding gums and smashed teeth – the Peckham Conker Championships is a no holds barred race to the golden nut.

Written by: Lydia Spencer-Elliott

Greta Thunberg leads protests against oil conference
Activism

Greta Thunberg leads protests against oil conference

The Swedish climate activist joined hundreds in central London to demonstrate against the Energy Intelligence Forum.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Who’s paying for the UK’s cost of living crisis?
At What Cost?

Who’s paying for the UK’s cost of living crisis?

Using insight gleaned from original data analysis, Huck drills deeper into the biggest drop in living standards in decades to understand its impact on real people in real time.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Why living 15 minutes from everything is actually good
Reportage

Why living 15 minutes from everything is actually good

Where goes the neighbourhood? — The 15-minute city is an urban planning model that has recently found itself at the centre of a bizarre conspiracy about freedom of movement, but millions are already living in them. Is it hell on earth as some fear, or is it, in fact, lovely?

Written by: Diyora Shadijanova

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