Jamie Clifton has been working at VICE for a third of his entire life. In that time he's written mostly about drugs, nightlife, crime, lifestyle and men's fashion.
31 Rules for Doing Drugs Without Being a Dick
From sharing the bag to (not) haggling with dealers, here's how to get high and keep your friends.
A Has Man Racked Up Possibly the Largest Foot Fetish Bill On Record
In the space of two years, the 45-year-old made over 1,200 calls to the NHS 111 number, costing them £21,000.
Lucy Alves Is Revealing How Much It Really Costs to Make Art
This year, VICE partnered with the UAL SU on Xhibit 2020, a showcase of work from London's arts unis. We picked Lucy as our VICE Vision Award winner.
England Football Fans Try to Start a #BooTheKnee Twitter Trend
Once again, a number of fans jeered and booed as England players took the knee before a game on Sunday.
Radio Journalist Has Sex On Air for Swingers Club Feature
"I enjoyed it," said Louise Fischer, "even though it wasn’t the best sex of my life."
Before and After Photos of People's Post-Lockdown Haircuts
Photographer Chris Bethell documented the first professional haircuts, and dyes the people of Manchester's Northern Quarter have had in four months.
Photos of the First Night of Proper Pints in Four Months
Photographer Jake Lewis cycled around London last night, photographing people and their pints.
Sell Ecstasy, Cocaine and Speed in Pharmacies, Government Urged
The drug reform group Transform wants to "nationalise" stimulants.
How Catching Coronavirus Affects Your Popularity as a World Leader
Boris Johnson, Jair Bolsonaro and now Trump. What does COVID-19 do to your approval ratings?
Subway's 'Bread' Is Not Actually Bread, Rules Irish Court
Under Irish tax law, the product used to encase the chain's sandwich fillings contains too much sugar to legally be defined as bread.
'Venus Is a Russian Planet,' Says Russia
Following a study that suggested there is potentially life in Venus' clouds, the head of Russia's space agency laid claim to Earth's "sister planet".
Record Flooding Kills at Least 200 in Africa's Sahel Region
Unprecedented rainfall has displaced hundreds of thousands, and led experts to warn of potential food shortages.