The Anti-Homeless Law That Scotland Scrapped But England Still Enforces
Why campaigners want to repeal the "Vagrancy Act".
Inside Britain's Escalating Missing Persons Problem
With austerity widening society's cracks, the number of people reported missing in London alone has increased 77 percent since 2010.
Students Hung Dummies Off Westminster Bridge to Highlight the UK's Ongoing Mental Health Crisis
All 20 of the students involved had either attempted or considered suicide before the age of 18.
Ben Charlie Smoke
Britain’s Deficit is a Lesson For Canada
Canadian voters now rank “the deficit” as a primary concern. But the last time a country embarked on a deficit-reduction plan, hundreds were left jobless.
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The Poorest Areas of England Are Prescribed the Most Antidepressants
The North East is prescribed the most antidepressants per person, while the South East and London take the least.
For Greek Olympians, Austerity Has Been Costly
Just 12 years after the Athens Games, Greek Olympians have had to find alternate ways to fund their training for—and even their travel to—Rio.
Women in London Are Having More Abortions Than Anywhere Else in England
We asked an expert whether any of the clichés surrounding abortion rates are true.
I Pushed 'All You Can Eat' Restaurants to Their Absolute Limits
In a time of great austerity, how can I exploit the free food to keep me alive?
We Asked Toronto’s Chinese Restaurant Workers About Shit Pay and Long Hours
Overworked, underpaid, and tipped like shit. Toronto's Chinese restaurants are both a dumping ground for Canadians and a hellhole for their employees.
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
What We Learned from Left-Wing Politics in 2015
Left-wing politicians and parties had a pretty exciting 2015 in terms of winning elections, but everything they hate is still very much around.
Meet Britain's New Generation of Pissed Off Student Radicals
Campuses are becoming hubs for young activists with a lot to be angry about.