A petition launched last week has garnered more than enough signatures to get Parliament to debate the legalization of cannabis. But what are the chances of the discussion actually making any difference?
Modern love is being sucked off on a commuter train to Essex, apparently.
Drinking, dancing, keeping track of your friends, and rolling cigarettes is a little more complicated when you're blind.
Forty years old and soon to be turned into a film, Ballard's disturbing, prophetic novel will change the way you think about reality.
The House of Commons will have a debate to consider freeing the weed in September.
We went to England to meet Richard Wallace, whose home is a veritable hoarding Valhalla: ghastly, derelict, oppressive—aesthetically astounding and weirdly cozy.
It quickly became clear to me how much racial prejudice Gypsies and travelers are forced to endure in Britain.
VICE reporter Ben Ferguson travels to Manchester, England, to meet some users who have become addicted to over-the-counter substances.
If Britain gets as bad as Greece, it would mean the whole system of capitalism is screwed.
St. Patrick's College got investigated by the Home Office and can no longer sponsor student visas. Its international students have to find a new place to study in 60 days, or get kicked out of the UK.
But for how long? I went to the summer teen drinking hotspot to see what's new since the local council started cracking down.
An 18-month study of an antibody called solanezumab suggests that the drug could help more people who suffer from the disease live a longer life.
A police chief in Durham has effectively given weed smokers the go-ahead to grow plants for their own use.
For Lambeth council, clamping down on NOS canister litter is an easier win that focusing on the borough's real drug issues.
The late artist was "the real deal," according to those who knew her.
The full figures have not been made public, but the costs of the program have been estimated at around $17.27 billion.
Ideally, London would not have to build a brand new $78 billion island in the Thames called "Boris."
Last week a teenager from Yeovil did exactly that, so we thought we'd weigh up the positives and negatives, with the help of a couple of experts.
How does the new Channing Tatum movie measure up to the reality of the daily grind for a British male stripper?
It's the question I find myself thinking about every time I go to the mosque.
Objectively, one of the capital's best street parties.
"The Wolf of London Underground" shot to internet fame this morning after a video surfaced appearing to show him doing coke on the tube. But is it real?
Photographer Sarah McClaren documented the "five minute communities" that form in the ladies' up and down Britain every weekend.
"I'm not sure why you're upset," said one teacher, after I was called a "chink." "You're basically white."