Michael Gove

Brexit

Brexit's main architects may have deliberately skirted spending laws to win

A whistleblower has accused Vote Leave of funneling large sums to another pro-Brexit group to avoid exceeding the spending cap.
Tim Hume
3.26.18
a life of dabbing and terrible debt

Welcome To Dab University With Jesse Lingard, The Place Where Higher Education Comes To Die

Could Jesse Lingard’s Dab University be the final straw for our broken education system?
Will Magee
7.28.16
Europe: The Final Countdown

Glastonbury, Brexit, and Euro 16: Will Self on the Weird State of Britain

An odyssey into the abyss, starting in the Somerset mud.
Will Self
7.6.16
Europe

UK conservatives are now debating how to leave the European Union

Theresa May, the current front-runner who campaigned to stay in the EU, says Britain shouldn't rush into the exit process. Other contenders, like Andrea Leadsom, are striking a more urgent note.
VICE News and Reuters
7.3.16
Europe

Having 'no charisma' isn't stopping Michael Gove from a bid to lead the UK post-Brexit

His 13-page campaign speech was delivered on the heels of Thursday's blood bath, in which Gove stabbed his old friend Boris Johnson in the back and decided to run for prime minister.
Tess Owen
7.1.16
Europe

Boris Johnson calls it quits in UK prime minister race

The former London mayor unexpectedly announced he would not run to succeed David Cameron, who quit last week after failing to persuade British voters to stay in the EU.
Reuters News Agency
6.30.16
VICE News

Jailed for Life for Minor Crimes: The UK's Forgotten Prisoners

Speaking with inmates, their families, lawyers, and a Parole Board veteran, VICE News exposes the UK's forgotten prisoners.
VICE News
10.7.15
Europe

Exclusive: VICE News Investigates the UK's 4,500 Prisoners Doing Life for Minor Crimes

In a three-month investigation, VICE News looked into the case of the UK's forgotten prisoners — the thousands serving life sentences under abolished legislation with no release date in sight.
Maeve McClenaghan and Ben Bryant
10.6.15
Travel

The Future of College Towns in the UK

Depending on the election results, UK college towns of the 2020s might be the preserve of super-wealthy students who travel to and from lectures in taxis.
Nell Frizzell
12.10.14