britain

Hate Island

A Prison Guard Debunks Tommy Robinson's ‘Muslim Gang’ Claims

Robinson (real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon) faces a new contempt of court charge hearing – a guard fact-checks his fear of 'Muslim gangs.'
Nick Chester
4.16.19
Brexit

Wales Is Stockpiling Literal Tonnes of Baked Beans to Prepare for a No-Deal Brexit

Only the essentials then, lads.
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
4.5.19
britain

A Brief History of the Mass Brawls at British Racing Events

Read certain newspapers and it would seem that violence at Ascot, Goodwood and Hexham has reached epidemic-like proportions.
David Hillier
3.15.19
vice exclusive

The Government Won't Tell Us If It Has the Khashoggi Murder Tape; What's It Got to Hide?

Britain has been accused of cozying up to Saudi Arabia after the foreign office refused to confirm or deny whether they have a recording of the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, following a lengthy VICE freedom of information battle.
Joe Lo
3.13.19
Save Yourselves

The Workers Who Wanted to Stop Making Weapons and Start Waging War on Climate Change

In the 1970s, workers at a defence manufacturer in Lancashire came up with a radical idea to start making things that would be better for society.
Casper Hughes
3.5.19
Anglomania

We Asked Anglophiles Why They Love Britain So Much

Overseas football casuals, mods and Perry boys told us what they like about our shitty little island.
Nick Chester
2.19.19
Filipino food

The Supper Club That's Spreading the Good Word of British Filipino Food

“We want to create an identity for Filipino cuisine in London, drawing inspiration from the rich flavours and culinary techniques of the 7,000 islands that make up the Philippines.”
Angela Hui
1.4.19
Film

In 'Mary Queen of Scots,' Even Queens Are Screwed Over by Men Around Them

The film would have you believe that either Mary or Elizabeth win their duel for the throne. But it's a bit more complicated.
Nicole Clark
12.14.18
Photo

Photos of Britain from When You Could Smoke Inside

We spoke to photographer Paul Reas about his 30-year career.
Oliver Lunn
11.26.18
West African food

How a New Generation Is Building on Britain's Long History of West African Food

And why there’s so much more to explore, from Nigerian egusi soup and Ghanaian kelewele to Senegalese thieboudienne.
Riaz Phillips
11.1.18
VisitEngland

Introducing 'Microgapping', the Best Way to Spend Your Free Time

Imagine a gap year without the "year" part – a getaway lasting a few days that you can find right here in the UK.
Advertiser
10.29.18
Essays

How British Guitar Music Caught Up With The World

It took a long time to get over itself, but now British guitar music feels like it’s standing on its own feet.
Ryan Bassil
10.5.18
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