One of Canada's most iconic television programs stars a German shepherd and a melancholy theme song that can stick in your brain for days.
Many feel that it's morally and ethically reprehensible for some of the UK's most famous museums to be sponsored in part by companies like BP.
About 200 people shut down three lanes of traffic all around Westminster during rush hour.
To his fans, Lutfur Rahman is a hero who sticks up for his poor, marginalized Bengali community. But yesterday he was found guilty of using "corrupt and illegal practices" to secure his re-election last year.
Earlier this month, a team of elite thieves drilled their way into a vault in London's Hatton Garden to steal some safety deposit boxes and somehow evaded capture by the police.
You don't know true loneliness until you drink two cans of cider alone in an ASDA's garden-furniture department.
For Trace Newton Ingham, gentrification is a matter of life and death.
As the UK elections approach, the two major parties are both committed to prohibition, even though polls show that half of all Brits are in favor of cannabis decriminalization.
The war to save London's LGBT venues rages on. We talked some of the people on the front lines this weekend.
The annual celebration doubled as a cannabis legalization rally in the run-up to Election '15.
We need better forms of protest than getting publicly arrested in Hyde Park for smoking a comedically big joint.
Gentrification is threatening what has historically been one of the most diverse areas of the city.
"I had a client who wanted me covered in as many clothespins as he could clamp on. The entire session was spent with him counting the number of pins he could attach to my skin."
Homelessness has risen by 55 percent in the UK since David Cameron became prime minister. We asked a number of homeless young Brits for their thoughts on how the country's being run.
Who will stand up for the Oxbridge elite at Election '15?
In another blow to LGBT nightlife, London's legendary drag bar the Black Cap has closed. But the community is resilient. We spoke to several 20-something drag queens about the enduring appeal of maxi dresses, make-up, and activism.
You might already know Darius Ferdynand from such films as 69 Shades of Gay, Stretch My Hole, and Darius Has a Big Fat Dick.
We interview the people behind two of 2014's most visually striking video games.
The criminals they hunt are skilled international thieves who are almost impossible to catch. They fly in for one weekend, steal hundreds of thousands of dollars from tourists, and then swiftly leave the country.
Twenty-five years ago, an anti–poll tax march in London turned into a full-on brawl. Here's what the cops were saying about it as it happened.
In part three, we hear how the demolition of the Heygate Estate was "the worst social housing disaster of recent times."
Data released exclusively to VICE shows how many "poverty exiles" London has.
Islamic fundamentalist Anjem Choudary takes us on a tour of London, showing us what life would be like if the UK were ruled by Sharia law.
In part two, we meet the people hoping to get rich off London's regeneration at the MIPIM international property trade show.