We Spoke to the Legends Who Took Their Landlord to Court and Won
Ben Leonard, who recently won a court case against his landlord, told us how he and his housemates fought the system.
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These People Dancing in a Car Park After a Steps Gig Are the Best of Us
Have you ever seen anyone hit his choreo as hard as this man in a polo shirt?
Here’s To You, Paul Robinson, Football Loves You More Than You Will Know
The Cult: Tony Yeboah
When he wagged his finger towards the crowd, more often than not Tony Yeboah had scored a screamer. He became an icon at Leeds United, and so he earns a place in The Cult.
VICE Exclusive: Immigration Officers Are Targeting Sex Workers in the UK's Only 'Legal Red Light District'
Some sex workers who thought they were safe are now languishing in detention centres.
Rapture Are Part of the Second Coming of UK Straight Edge Hardcore
The young West Yorkshire band have just started but are already making an impact with one of the strongest demos of 2016.
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Meet Yorkshire St. Pauli, The Activist Fan Club Facilitating Change
If we were searching for a St. Pauli fan club, Leeds might be the last place we’d look. So, what inspires football fans in Yorkshire to support Hamburg’s iconic second-tier club?
Sex Workers in the UK's 'Legal Red Light District' Tell Us What It's Like to Work There
Has the pioneering scheme in Leeds' Holbeck district actually made sex work safer?
Georgie Darling, Photos: Jack Wright
PREMIERE: The City Yelps’ ‘Now’ Nods to UK Odd Pop Greats The Fall and Television Personalities
The City Yelps' fuzzy and buzzy pop seems as British as bedsits, bitter ale and biryani.
Adult Jazz Forgo the Pop Zeitgeist for the Pop Poltergeist in their New Single "Eggshell"
"Eggshell" is from the EP 'Earrings Off!,' which is out May 20 from Tri Angle Records.
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PREMIERE: Eagulls Share Dark as Hell Video for "Skipping"
The video comes from the band's upcoming record 'Ullages' out in May via Partisan, and it might make you want to move into a cave.
Inside England's First 'Legal' Prostitution Zone
A murder in the UK area where sex workers are allowed by police to operate has raised questions about the safety of Leed's pioneering scheme.
Ryan Fletcher, Photos: Darren O'Brien/Meta4 Photos