In Saturday’s (1 May) NationalWorld front page, we expose the shocking conditions thousands are living in just 10 miles from No 10.
The overcrowded and unsanitary housing is a far cry from Boris Johnson and Carrie Symond’s luxury renovated flat, which is located just an hour away.
Thousands of families are living in squalor as they wait for council housing, while the Prime Minister is embroiled in a row over the refurbishment of his Downing Street flat.
The revamp is speculated to have cost as much as £200,000 - far more than than the budget of £30,000 of taxpayer’s money - with claims £800 was spent on a roll of gold wallpaper during the renovation.
Pressure is now mounting on Mr Johnson to disclose how it was originally paid for, while a far more severe housing crisis is happening right on his doorstep.
The Reddit rabbit hole
We take a dive into the Reddit rabbit hole to uncover the most bizarre subreddits on the site.
The website is home to a vast variety of different forums (known as subreddits) that are dedicated to a wide scope of topics, including TV shows, news, art, sport and music.
The site has a forum dedicated to pretty much everything under the sun, which makes it an excellent gateway for curious readers to uncover some pretty unusual stuff.
On our search we found the subreddit devoted entirely to pictures of bread stapled to trees, and one which is dedicated to worshipping actor Nicholas Cage, among several other weird entries.
Who is H?
We also give our theory on the identity of ‘H’ in Line of Duty, ahead of the season six finale.
The rumour mill has been abuzz with questions and speculation in the build up to the big reveal, and after the finale trailer was released earlier this week, it looks like audiences are finally going to be put out of their misery.
The compelling narrative has left UK viewers scratching their heads at all the possible theories behind the letter, but our TV specialist, Iain Leggat, has assessed the events of the season so far in an effort to shed some light on the big mystery.
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