Feargus O'Sullivan

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London Considers Making Drivers Pay Per Mile

Is this the end of the (free) road for London’s cars?

Kevin Coombs/Reuters

London's Summer of Discontent

As terror attacks and disasters meet political instability, London really is reeling this time.

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A Call for 'Safety Gardens' to Protect From Vehicular Terrorism

After the attack on London Bridge, a campaign envisions an alternative to concrete barriers that would protect pedestrians and memorialize victims at the same time.

Toby Melville/Reuters

Did London's Housing Crisis Help Spark a Fatal Blaze?

Residents of Grenfell Tower could be indirect victims of the city’s approach to “affordable” housing.

Phil Noble/Reuters

How Belfast Became a Bargaining Chip

After a poor election showing, Britain's prime minister is courting a right-wing party that fights women’s rights and marriage equality. That might seriously stoke dormant tensions in Northern Ireland.

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Hamburg Lets the Waters In

In response to rising tides, the city will give its river some much-needed space to breathe.

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London's Richest Neighborhood Just Voted Labour. That's Astounding.

Theresa May’s Conservatives received a shocking drubbing in the U.K. elections. The results from one affluent London enclave offer a clue about why.  

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Can 'Reinvent Paris 2' Rise Above Its Bad Reputation?

A groundbreaking architectural competition returns to Paris. Are its critics right to fear another fiasco?

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Trump Can't Stop Attacking London

The president’s criticism of Mayor Sadiq Khan’s response to the latest terror attack has put Prime Minister Theresa May in a very tight spot.  

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Florence Loses Its Mind Over Tourists Eating Sandwiches

Italians may be Europe’s greatest gastronomic hardliners, but this time they’ve gone too far.  

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Barcelona's Old Town Gets A Reboot

The city seeks to control the excesses of tourism without making its oldest quarters feel like an empty shell.

Phil Noble/Reuters

Britain Debates Nationalizing Its Rail System

The Labour Party’s promise to end private ownership of rail services finds broad appeal across the U.K.

Toby Melville/Reuters

Fortress Britain's Coming Crackdown

In the wake of the Manchester attack, the U.K. government is stationing troops in cities and fast-tracking new laws to access encrypted messages.

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'Guerrilla Bike Lanes' Prove a Reluctant City Wrong

Officials in Latvia’s capital keep saying there’s no room for dedicated lanes. Cycling activists just showed them how it’s done.

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Britain's Forgotten Bike Highways

In the 1930s, the U.K. built a massive network of state-of-the-art bike trails. Now the challenge is to revive them.

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Built-Out Barcelona Makes Space for an Urban Forest

The city is planning a major green makeover to combat the heat island and create a more welcoming place for humans and animals alike.

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Britain's Latest Weapon To Attract New Voters: Free Beer

Another national election? This calls for a drink.

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Stockholm Is Coming for Oslo’s Car-Free Crown

Sweden’s capital city decides it’s time to correct postwar planning blunders—with a little friendly rivalry on the side.