Julian Assange’s Whistleblowing Doesn’t Make Him Immune to Critique
Yes, he founded Wikileaks and has also flagrantly dodged two sexual assault allegations – both realities can be true at once.
'I'm Not There to Please Anybody' – We Spoke to Laura Kuenssberg About Covering Brexit
Ahead of tonight's VICE Studios film for BBC Two, 'The Brexit Storm: Laura Kuenssberg's Inside Story', we spoke to the BBC's political editor about Brexiteers, the "culture war" and impartiality.
The Latest Hatchet Job on Corbyn Is Garbage
Tom Bower's 'Dangerous Hero' is full of errors, and the nature of the attack shifts so relentlessly that it's hard to take it seriously.
The Prisoners Who Told the World About the Holocaust
A new exhibition at London's Wiener Library tells the story of the men and women who snuck evidence out of concentration camps, enlightening the public and ruling powers across the world.
British Airways Is Still Complicit in Deporting LGBTQ Asylum Seekers
I watched activists crash an airline gala to chant "deportation contracts make us sick" and hand out sick bags to 200 guests, including the CEO of British Airways.
Views My Own
'Brexit: The Uncivil War' and 'Vice' Give Too Much Credit to Individuals
Both films deal in the making of political ploys, but fail to highlight how it takes more than one charismatic man to enforce an ideology.
'Brexit: The Uncivil War' Believes Too Much of Its Own Bullshit
Channel 4's Brexit dramatisation is entertaining enough, but is too infatuated with the idea of an outsider genius changing the course of history.
Getting to Grips with Labour's Brexit Puzzle
Is it "constructive ambiguity" or just a lot of different people disagreeing their way through a constitutional crisis?
Steven Gerrard's Story Is the Story of Modern Football
At the beginning of Stevie G's career, money took hold of British football – but he always stayed true to himself and his city.
What 'How to Be Right' By James O'Brien Gets Wrong
It's not that he has bad opinions, but the radio host's new book is comically hubristic.
The Draconian Injunction That's Cracking Down on Fracking Protests
Last year a fracking company made a pre-emptive strike against protests from “persons unknown” – i.e. anyone and everyone.
This Film Shows the Reality of Life in Austerity Britain
Hull might be the UK's City of Culture, but that doesn't change the day-to-day lives of many of its residents.