margaret thatcher

Noisey News

Margaret Thatcher’s Briefing on Punk for a 1987 Interview Is Pure Gold

"The 'PUNK' era which hit the music world between 1976-1978 was a very basic musical style"—an official document, which misspells the word "synthesizers."
Lauren O'Neill
10.17.17
Garage Magazine

Here's How One Artist Took on the Colorblind British Art World

Lubaina Himid rose to prominence with the Black Art movement in mid-1980s Britain, but was pushed aside in favor of simpler themes and sleeker aesthetics. Now three major shows and a place on the Turner Prize shortlist are heralding a belated rethink.
Niru Ratnam
8.30.17
hillsborough and grenfell

Why Are People Comparing The Grenfell Tower Fire To The Hillsborough Disaster?

In the aftermath of the deadly fire in Grenfell Tower, parallels have been drawn to the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans at Hillsborough. Both disasters have their roots in institutional negligence and a lack of care for working-class citizens.
Will Magee
6.28.17
Film

[Exclusive] This Film Was So F**ked Up That England Banned Its Youth Prisons

Now's your chance to catch Alan Clarke's "Scum," in all its brutality, on the big screen at Metrograph.
Emerson Rosenthal
6.16.17
Interviews

Memoriam's Karl Willetts Is Leading the Death Metal Resistance

The former Bolt Thrower frontman reflects on new beginnings, the necessity of political resistance, and Margaret Thatcher
Kim Kelly
3.28.17
Art

A Bawdy Margaret Thatcher Sculpture Upends British History

YBA Marcus Harvey shows us what he thinks it means to be British in 2016.
Nathaniel Ainley
6.16.16
the vice reader

‘High Dive’ Is a Surprisingly Sexual Novel About the Botched Plot to Kill Margaret Thatcher

We spoke to Jonathan Lee about his new book and the connections between fucking and fanaticism.
Tracy O’Neill
3.13.16
News

Undermining Boom: Tony Abbott on the Comeback Trail

Like so many of his promises, his "no sniping" pledge was an indicator that he was about to do the exact opposite.
Lee Zachariah
11.26.15
Art

Scarecrow Punches Tin Man, Chinese Artist Actually French: Last Week in Art

Alexandre Ouairy has been successfully posing—and selling art—as his fictional character Tao Hongjing for over a decade.
Sami Emory
11.9.15
Stuff

The 'Battle of the Beanfield' Was the Beginning of the End for Britain's Illegal Raves

Thirty years ago today, a convoy of new-age travelers—including men, women, and children—on their way to a free party at Stonehenge were savagely beaten by 1,300 cops.
Frankie Mullin
6.1.15
The VICE Guide to Mental Health

LGBT Mental Health: Are We Doing Enough?

The results of a five-year-long study have found that 34 percent of young LGB people had made at least one suicide attempt in their lives.
Patrick Cash
4.28.15
News

This Confidential Police Log Shows How Cops Lost the Streets of London to Anarchists During the Poll Tax Riots

Twenty-five years ago, an anti–poll tax march in London turned into a full-on brawl. Here's what the cops were saying about it as it happened.
Solomon Hughes
4.1.15
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