"The screws resent being here as much as we do. If there's a big game on, they want to watch the full ninety minutes uninterrupted. They've locked down wings for that reason, the twats."
In just three days, the Mediterranean city saw the best and worst of what soccer has to offer.
Weirdly, throwing loads of teargas around doesn't calm things down.
Photographer Si Barber traveled around England for three years, to 42 different counties, taking photos of carnival royalty for his series Queens of Lesser Realms.
After multiple clashes with civilians—alongside many other allegations of wrongdoing—there have been calls for the police force in South Yorkshire, England to be completely disbanded. Here's how it got to that point.
The Palme d'Or-winning film by Ken Loach follows the struggle of two Brits attempting to navigate the shamefully unhelpful system.
Before the construction of the Channel Tunnel, French photographer Gil Rigoulet saw England as a gloriously strange, distant planet.
Over two millennia, the rare breed has served as many things: pagan sacrifice, royal hunting game, and a national treasure.
Then Krishna Adavavolu explains how two joints landed Bernard Noble a 13-year prison sentence, and VICE Sports explores a possible second golden age of Bahamian basketball.
Stephen Jackley became obsessed with the man in the little felt hat and thought he'd try to right capitalism's wrongs by stealing from the rich and giving to the poor.
We asked people what exactly the Thin White Duke meant to them.
Kanye West is too American for Brits to deal with. The only way they can cope is through petitions.
Also this week: A judge ordered some foster parents to give up a child because they are lesbians.
Also this week: A guy allegedly attacked his girlfriend because she looked at the obituary of an ex-boyfriend.
If your junk's looking a bit gross and you've been hanging out in the UK, go to a doctor.
Here are some photos to make you feel worse about Winter.
Also this week: A man was banned from Starbucks for confronting people who were illegally parking in the store's handicapped parking space.
In case you don't remember, Jack the Ripper is famous for killing women.
Evan Eames found a creative solution to the outrageous rent he would have to pay to study in England.
Put the 94-year-old in a leather jacket and shave an inverted mohawk his hair, and nobody would blink.
Naloxone is a miracle drug that can bring people back from the brink of an overdose. Problem is, a mixture of fear and austerity is keeping local English councils from getting their hands on the stuff.
Hanging out with nomadic, political people who can make incredible lentil curry isn't a bad way to spend your life.
Thirty years ago today, a convoy of new-age travelers—including men, women, and children—on their way to a free party at Stonehenge were savagely beaten by 1,300 cops.
Guy Myhill's new film is like the British version of Gummo.