Jeff Kulak was a teenage urban explorer, spending his high school years below ground exploring the storm drains of his hometown of Edmonton, Alberta. “We even went to the city’s drainage office and asked for a map of the system – which they gave us,” he says.
As politicians dither over repairs, the risk of fire, flood or a deluge of sewage only increases. But fixing the Palace of Westminster might change British politics for good – which is the last thing many of its residents want. By Britain’s Parliament is broken. It is a fire risk.