London homeowners renting out their second properties the whole year round aren't just driving up property prices, they're breaking the law.
Conviction figures released exclusively to VICE reveal lots of information about the way the UK trades in drugs. We look at the reasons why black people are represented so disproportionately.
How can we love when the world is clawing against us? How can we feel hope when our New Year's diets have already gone by the wayside, dumped in the lay-by of January like a truck driver's murder victim?
At 30, I realized my big-city media career may not have been as fulfilling as my old friends' quiet lives back home. Goddamnit.
Since she's finally been awarded the ultimate recognition—one of her plays being shown at the National Theatre in London—we thought it was time to celebrate the life and work of Sarah Kane.
I spent a year living in an all-male religious commune run by an obscure Roman Catholic sect. Here's what that was like.
I spent an evening with staff from London's Air Ambulance, the team tasked with treating the capital's most gravely wounded.
Meet the people who inhabit the obliterated remains of some of Britain's most important nightclubs.
A recent study claims 36 is the age people give up on their careers. Do they? We asked some people to find out.
Open Barbers in London is a pay-what-you-can place where everyone can get their hair cut without worrying about gender conventions.
We spoke to reggae historian John Masouri ahead of a new photo exhibition looking back on ska, dub, calypso, and dancehall sound systems in the UK.
Every year, activists gather outside British prisons to make as much noise as possible in order to make inmates feel more connected to the outside world on the biggest party night of the year.
Photos from an amusement park where you're just as likely to see a young family eating hot dogs on an ice rink as you are eight drunk men aggressively singing along to Mariah Carey.
Why make precious Christmas memories when you can watch a documentary about an Albanian tattoo artist who works out of an abandoned bunker?
Infamous upper-class fraudster "Fast Eddie" Davenport recounts tales of his time in a UK prison.
Alexander Reynolds, party photographer at Eddie Davenport's infamous Gatecrasher Balls, remembers what it was like to snap the children of aristocracy while they threw up and fingered each other.
Data obtained under the Freedom of Information Act poses questions about the way the city's Metropolitan Police investigates its own abuses of power.
We got a special selection of images from Lost in Music, an upcoming photography exhibition that charts the history of dance music and club culture in the UK.
Beneath the sex and the drugs, men are seeking out chemsex parties to find a place where they can belong—but the connections they make are fleeting.
Much-loved venues may be closing down, but the queer scene has always been in flux.
We also examine labor practices in Nicaraguan rum production and head to a highly exclusive golf tournament.
We asked them how they prepared for a hailstorm of bargain hunters.
What the threat to the popular Bussey Building nightclub tells us about the war on fun in London.
Remembering the UK's favorite madam, Cynthia Payne.