Brendan Corr

London, UK

They start with the bow of the 200,000 tonne supertanker, using cutting torches to slice off huge steel panels, which are then winched through the mud to dry land.

The British Isles, removed from mainland Europe by the choppy English Channel, have long been a refuge for religious dissenters from other parts of the continent and a fertile breeding ground for its own sectarian communities.