As a Parliamentary inquiry laid into the unlimited detention of migrants, we spoke to a Nigerian who the UK Home Office refuses to believe is a lesbian, because she has children.
Charlotte Rose is an escort, a "sexual trainer", an organizer of face-sitting protests, and now an independent political candidate.
By spending eight months in a Durham pit village, Keith Pattison found out that the longest strike in British history wasn't all about cops and miners punching each other in the head.
Fascists from across Europe are set to descend upon the English city for a protest against what organizers describe as the "systematic destruction of the white race."
"Sometimes you have to say, 'I've had enough of this rubbish and I'm going to fight it.'"
But they were massively outnumbered by anti-fascist demonstrators.
Number one: because the prisons aren't big enough.
Even the Romanian Prime Minister complained that "The Romanians Are Coming" is prejudiced.
"Hurling the Silver Ball" is considered to be Cornwall's official sport and involves residents engaging in what's probably best described as a lawless game of street rugby.
After Chelsea fans abused a black man on the Paris Metro, the club needs to face up to the fact that it's been attracting racists from from across Britain for years.
In the 1980s and 90s, Europe's worst housing estate became a bohemian paradise for ravers and punks.
A wheelchair doesn't have to be a chastity belt.
Internet campaigners want the world to believe the UK sex industry is run by a clandestine "pimp lobby" hellbent on trafficking women for prostitution. Actual sex workers, however, say that's complete bullshit.
When it's virtually impossible to access a venue, how are you supposed to get your music heard?
Every day in the UK, 100 people with mental health problems have their benefits sanctioned. I asked a couple of them what that felt like.
A cautionary tale about throwing bits of your breakfast at someone in a position of power.
Misplaced a falcon? Who you gonna call? Barbara Royle!
But lots of students thought she should be allowed to debate in the name of free speech.
A change to the way people in the UK register to vote has resulted in a lot of young people, poor people, and ethnic minorities being excluded from the list without realizing it.
Three women from the Fredd Wigg and John Walsh Towers in Leytonstone, which will soon be part-sold to private developers, tell VICE how they feel about the prospect of losing their homes.
Looking back at the most British of subcultures with Nidge, a long-time Ted and founder of the Edwardian Teddy Boy website.
Thousands of people went on a march that was basically a guided tour of the housing crisis.
Pubs in the UK are closing at a staggering rate, but no one seems to agree on exactly why.
The sad end of the Red Row flats—Glasgow's city in the sky.