"COVID lockdowns had a big influence on the way young people consumed alcohol. Probably because they’ve found out about ketamine lol."
Researchers tell VICE World News that murders of young people in London are rarely drug-related, despite what the government and police say.
According to new research, one in five 16 to 25-year-olds are using drugs to "escape problems in their lives".
In Basilicata, photographer Michele Battilomo says, "there’s more people dying than being born".
Notable mentions: carpeted toilet that doesn't have a door.
“On my second day of primary school I got called the N-word.”
We talk to five people who have ridden the crypto rollercoaster into huge gain and major loss.
“The Baby Boomers climbed the ladder and kicked it out from beneath them.”
A proposed new law would also include rent controls.
Exclusive: 16-24-year-olds in England are nearly twice as likely to have experienced an illegal act from their landlord or letting agent since March 2020.
The country with the largest youth population is now home to a Gen Z that is exhausted, unemployed and struggling to be hopeful about its future.