The UK Has Declared a Climate Emergency: What Now?
They're the first country to do so.
Auckland’s Breakthrough 22-Year-Old Mayoral Candidate Is Gunning for Parliament
Chlöe Swarbrick got into local politics out of protest, but her campaign went so well she's taking a serious swing at becoming an MP.
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election
Foreign Greens Think the US Green Party Needs to Ditch Jill Stein
Green Party officials in Europe have achieved a lot more success than their American cousins—and they have some harsh words for the leader of the struggling US Green Party.
What Would Have Actually Happened if Austria Had Elected a Far-Right President?
Turns out, not a great deal.
The Fog of Avalon: Canada’s Most Bizarre Electoral Race
The frontrunner is accused of sexual harassment, the Liberal camp is split, and the Conservatives turfed their best chance possibly over a joke.
Anarchists Smashed the Windows of East London's Crappy New Jack the Ripper Museum
People are not happy with the new museum about a notorious murderer, which was originally supposed to be a museum celebrating the women of London's east end.
Inside the Massive Left-Wing Anti-Austerity Protest That Hit London on Saturday
Despite the massive turnout, it seems unlikely that the government is going to listen to the people fighting against budget cuts.
Simon Childs, Photos: Oscar Webb and Chris Bethell
Here's What the Next Five Years of British Rioting Could Look Like
The new Conservative government could mean enraged students battling with cops and animal lovers beating up fox hunters.
An LGBT Guide to the UK General Election
What are the major parties promises to do for Britain's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans people?
The New Wave: Meet the Young Politicians Aiming to Shake Up Westminster with the Outsider Parties
We talk to minority party campaigners as young as 16 about the upcoming UK elections.
UK's Non-White Voters Don't Have Much to Choose from in the General Election
Who's a black guy to vote for when politicians seem more concerned to pander to bigots than court the ethnic minority vote?
The Weird History of British Party Political Broadcasts
A look back at 60 years of politicians' embarrassing efforts to sell themselves to the UK.