Zing is the executive editor of VICE UK and the author of the Forgotten Women book series. She specialises in women's and LGBTQ rights, politics, culture and lifestyle.
'Empireland' author Sathnam Sanghera talks to VICE about how historical amnesia has created the perfect conditions for dangerous times.
The British-Japanese pop singer spoke out in 2020 about a little-known nationality clause that made UK residents ineligible for the awards.
We spoke to Leland and Freddy Scott about writing the song that refuses to leave your head.
The petition has now reached enough signatures to be debated in Parliament.
Arrests, singalongs in Soho and an anti-lockdown protest with a cameo from Jeremy Corbyn's brother Piers.
A third of Brits believe countries were better off for being colonised by the British empire – but many don't know of the horrors inflicted on Britain's former colonies.
Organisers said the demonstration was organised in the original anti-racist spirit of Carnival, to “celebrate emancipation from slavery” and “express what freedom means to us as a minority”.
"But what about the railways?" just doesn't cut it as an excuse anymore.
New draft guidelines from the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) overturn outdated thinking that evidence would be "tainted" if survivors went through counselling.
A nationality clause in the Mercury Prize and the BRITs are stopping musicians from entering the race. It's turning the arts into a form of border control, the 'SAWAYAMA' musician says.
For one long weekend every summer, in a field of 200,000 people, you can be whoever you want, even if that person is incredibly sunburnt and hungover.