Twenty weeks of protest against segregated entrances for rich and poor tenants has forced the building's owners into talks with the Class War activist group.
A crowd has gathered outside the capital's US embassy—a full report will be on VICE tomorrow.
Through the evening and into the night, the Stratford Center houses a community of skaters, dancers, and body-poppers who move liberated from stereo to stereo. It's like being in an 80s version of the future.
I tried my luck with the dating app Luxy. Billed as a kind of "Tinder minus the poor people," it offers to "income verify" its members to ensure that only the highest caliber of young ballers society has to offer are able to bang each other.
I think pets bring out the best in people.
She was found buried in a riverbank along with her sister, having apparently been shot at least twice in the back.
Right now there are still thousands of students running around central London playing cat and mouse with the cops.
The photographer was there to capture the London scene in its earliest years.
A new exhibition at the UK's Wellcome Collection juxtaposes the research of sexologists with X-rated art in order to ask if science or art has more to say about the beast with two backs.
Remembrance Sunday is the high point in the UK white pride calendar—a day for the fascist National Front (NF) to sully the day with their presence, while others try to stop them.
"Who the fuck says drag is owned by men?... We're post-gendered drag. It's not important to me what someone's birth or perceived gender is—it's gender illusion and performance."
Has the recent influx of stranger-meeting services like Airbnb and Tinder normalized the idea of housing people we barely know, or do we just do it more now because it usually ends in either sex or an exchange of money?
Dougie Wallace has been taking pictures of the people in Shoreditch—ruining themselves and everything around them—for nearly 12 years.
I closed my bar on Brick Lane because legislators and the authorities have become obsessed with clamping down on "antisocial behavior."
The New Era Estate affordably housed people until it was bought by a consortium, including the family of Britain's richest MP, in July. Now the residents face rising rents and potential eviction.
In this month's presidential elections, only 161,000 of the 4 million people who make Romania's diaspora have been able to cast their ballots.
VICE News correspondent Ben Anderson traveled to London to speak with Nabeel Rajab, the unofficial leader of Bahrain's uprising, and then headed undercover to Bahrain, where he met activists, protesters, grieving parents, and alleged torture victims.
The silent speed-dating event "Shhh" supposedly creates "a deeper, instantaneous connection" between lonely people looking for love.
When a friend showed me a forum thread detailing some of London's lost, dreadful clubs, I found myself through the looking glass of a time before student promoters and Uber discount codes.
It's been a weird week for democracy in the UK. The government is giving Manchester a mayor it didn't vote for, and taking over the administration of the recently re-elected mayor in East London.
The Joiners' Arms, is to close on January 15, 2015. It is, predictably, going to be swallowed by luxury flats. But East London is losing its beating heart of countercultural nightlife.
Does a terrible hygiene rating always equal the worst food you've ever put in your mouth? I ate a bunch of stuff that could potentially have given me norovirus to find out.
Eight-year-old Victoria Climbié was tortured and killed almost 15 years ago because her great-aunt believed she was possessed. Despite the introduction of new government policy following her death, little seems to have changed.
Spanish photographer Geray Mena spent All Hallows' Eve getting up in everyone's faces.