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Changes in the economy don't just wreck lives; they can alter the structure of how we see the world around us.
The first riot against David Cameron's new government.
The new Conservative government could mean enraged students battling with cops and animal lovers beating up fox hunters.
A gathering to "reclaim Brixton" turned into the first riot of the summer.
For Trace Newton Ingham, gentrification is a matter of life and death.
Apr 21, 2015
In the lead up to the British general election, anti-immigrationists are calling on the nation to "get Australian" with border policy. We asked some people in the street what they think this means.
They scared a pregnant woman and one of them got arrested for assault.
Data released exclusively to VICE shows how many "poverty exiles" London has.
This weekend, the welfare minister said he would make £12 billion of cuts but wouldn't say how. It's not hard to work out that the axe will fall on young people.
The IPCC report into Duggan's death is yet another failure to protect a family that has lost a loved one at the hands of the police.
It's been nearly four years since the killing of Mark Duggan, and in some ways it feels as though we are even further from justice now than we were in August 2011.
Critics say the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership treaty is a power grab by corporate elites that will allow them to privatize everything, overrule legislation, and sue governments.
Some tips from a former inmate that go beyond the stereotypes of endless rapes and shankings.
It was the biggest openly Nazi march to take place in Britain in years—maybe since the 90s.
I spoke to the authors of a new book about the blacklists kept by bosses in the UK to make sure that employees who complain can never work again.
She said she was "speaking" to the spirit of a boy who'd died during the Great Plague and been buried under Liverpool Street, along with 3,000 others.
It's good news for Britons who don't want to spend thousands of pounds to watch people play guitars.
It must be the first time somebody has sued over claims that she never performed sex acts for money.
Would the economy benefit? What about public health? Would xenophobia stop because everyone would be too busy telling each other they're the best friend they've ever had?
Anger at bad conditions and indefinite periods of detention has boiled over into widespread protest.
The purportedly possessed children's toys can sell for as little as $45 and for more than $1,500.
The Bi Bi Baby party wasn't quite what I expected.
Direct action seems to be growing as the environment hurtles toward oblivion.