Scotland Yard

Novichok

UK police says these two Russians carried out the Salisbury Novichok attack with a perfume bottle

The bottle was designed as a specially made poison applicator.
David Gilbert
9.5.18
uk

A Top UK Cop Thinks People Should Be Fined for Getting Their Friends Drunk

A head office at Scotland Yard argues that to curb binge-drinking and disorderly behavior, Brits should be fined for contributing to their friends' wastedness by buying them drinks.
Munchies Staff
12.7.15
Islamic State

The Girls Who Fled To Syria: Groomed By The Islamic State

VICE News gains intimate access to the father of one of the 15-year-old girls from East London, who fled the UK to become a "jihadi bride" in the Islamic State.
VICE News
8.3.15
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Scotland Yard Has Been Accused of Covering Up a London Tube Serial Killer

A former detective claimed a man pushed 18 people in front of trains in the 1970s.
Carlton Férment
7.27.15
Europe

'We’re Going Up Against the State Here': The UK's Victims of Deep Undercover Policing Tell of Their Trauma

The UK government has announced the details of a new inquiry into undercover policing. VICE News spoke to some of the activists still haunted by the fact that so many of their friends turned out to be spies.
Sally Hayden
7.20.15
News

Behind Anonymous’s Operation to Reveal Britain’s Elite Child-Rape Syndicate

Online activists are working hard to stop the media from ignoring a possible child-molestation scandal that could involve high-ranking political figures.
Patrick McGuire
1.15.15
Europe

UK Cops Stole a Dead Baby's Identity to Spy on Protest Groups

London's Metropolitan Police has been forced to make a general apology, but has maintained that it cannot tell the individual families whose children's identities it stole.
Ben Bryant
1.7.15
Europe

Vandals Deface London's Memorial to 7/7 Terror Attacks

The memorial to 52 victims of the 2005 London bombings was defaced with slogans just hours before a ninth anniversary commemoration service.
Kayla Ruble
7.7.14
News

Hanging Out with Angry, Scared People at the Ian Tomlinson Protest

Yesterday, London police officer Simon Harwood was found not guilty of the manslaughter of Ian Tomlinson at the 2009 G20 protests. The news prompted mixed reactions. Some wept openly. Others dry-heaved. What everyone had in common were their senses of...
Simon Childs, Photos: Henry Langston
7.20.12