The Important Questions That Didn't Get Asked in the Priti Patel Scandal
And what we missed when we were following her flight path to get sacked.
Film Journalism Is Broken
Junkets, a weird publicity cycle and a lack of diversity in the media has stunted the discussions we could be having about cinema.
This Is Where War Reporters Go to Learn How to Stay Alive on the Front Lines
Welcome to the program that offers free battlefield response training to journalists, on how to protect themselves and save others in conflict zones.
I Got Beaten Up by Rio's Metro Police
With less than a month before the start of the Olympic Games, a riot in a metro station is symbolic of the desperate state the city is in.
International Editors Have Written to the Turkish President to Demand Press Protection
In the run up to the Turkish elections there are concerns for journalists' safety – not least VICE News's Mohammed Ismael Rasool, who remains imprisoned on an absurd charge.
The Hangover News
Over the long weekend the Met shot a man in north London, George Osborne called Jeremy Corbyn a "threat" to national security and three journalists were sentenced to jail in Egypt.
This Journalist Was Thrown in Prison by Porn-Obsessed Torturers for Reporting on the Iranian Election
Maziar Bahari spent 107 days in solitary confinement because the Iranian government thought he was a spy. Rosewater, a film about his ordeal written by Jon Stewart from the Daily Show, just came out in the UK.
Is Julian Assange's Latest Legal Setback the End of the Road for the Wikileaks Founder?
Getting your appeal thrown out by a country's Supreme Court sounds pretty final, but the Wikileaks founder has ways to continue fighting the accusations of rape and sexual assault that have dogged him for years.
Caitlin Moran in (Drunken) Conversation with Sophie Heawood – Part Two
In the second half of the two writers' conversation, they chat class, politics, abortion, literature, Russell Brand and orgasms.
Why Do Bangladeshi Writers Keep Getting Murdered?
Bangladesh has never been an especially safe place for opposition writers, but things have begun spiralling out of control over the last two years.
UK Journalists Are Taking the Police to Court for Spying on Them
The police think that journalists are "domestic extremists" and are keeping files on them as if they're criminals.
One Rogue Reporter Takes Revenge on Tabloid Editors, One Prank at a Time
I interviewed former Daily Star journalist Rich Peppiatt about his new film, in which he trolls newspaper bosses.