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For a home that means business, look no further than the trendy former industrial plots on offer from Urban Spaces. Portrayed on screen as the shabby-chic dwellings in such shows as Queer as Folk and Rent to New Girl and Glee, warehouse apartments are timeless in their style, and paired with uber-trendy East London postcodes, offer the key to a cooler, more cultured lifestyle. Packed with the character of their functional beginnings, with high ceilings, wood beams and exposed brickwork, conversions offer more generous living space than any other type of property, combining modern fixtures and fittings with industrial decor, a trend that shows little sign of abating any time soon. Whodathunk we’d be reeping the benefits of the Industrial Revolution centuries later, from our very own reclaimed sofas?

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The new issue feature former child star turned Bates Motel psycho, Freddie Highmore – who is all grown up in our exclusive shoot and interview. We also have a feature looking at why gay men love horror movies so much. On the eve of the UK general election we look back at party voting records and ask can we really trust the Tories? And as the Irish marriage referendum approaches, we look at the country’s road to equality, and how Colin Farrell is supporting his gay brother. In other voting matters, we ask experts if the UK can ever hope to win the Eurovision again. We have interviews with pop prince Will Young, American TV guru Andy Cohen, music mogul Pete Waterman, and that absolute babe Alexandra Burke. We also give you the run down on all the best prides and festivals of the summer.