Women who say they were abused by Andrew Tate in the UK say they have no option to get justice but to take civil action, after a flawed police investigation and inaction by prosecutors.
The warning comes after it emerged a UK parliamentary researcher was arrested on suspicion of spying for China.
The comments from Lee Anderson, the deputy chair of the ruling Conservative Party, have been defended by the UK government.
Civil society groups in the UK and Poland said the incident highlighted major concerns about the UK government’s ability to control its borders and tackle extremism.
Exclusive: Senior civil servants told VICE News they were “terrified” by the draft internal policy document, which is expected to be published soon.
But young people from ethnic minority groups are more than twice as likely to view Tate in a positive light, new polling data shared with VICE News has shown.
The former Labour leader said he didn't know the man who asked for a selfie after a pro-Julian Assange event in Oslo was far-right agitator Hans Jørgen Lysglimt Johansen.
Exclusive: Luna Spain lost her manager's job after an interaction with a customer was covered by right-wing media. She told VICE News she is being treated as a criminal despite being the victim of transphobia.
Exclusive: Users were directed to “crisis pregnancy centres” affiliated with anti-abortion networks for antenatal, carer and mental health support.
Patriotic Alternative, headed by a prominent neo-Nazi, is said to be reeling after the defection of most of its leading figures to a new group called Homeland.
VICE World News has learned of newly-raised historic safeguarding concerns around the treatment of attendees at Soul Survivor festivals in the aftermath of founder Mike Pilavachi stepping down amid claims of inappropriate behaviour with young people.
Farm workers are having hundreds of pounds unlawfully deducted from their payslips, an investigation by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism and VICE World News has found.