Editor of local paper wonders how Osborne will manage full-time job as MP along with editing the London Evening Standard The editor of the local paper in George Osborne’s constituency has said she thought
Catalan and Scottish nationalists have long fought for a similar cause. In September, just before the independence referendum, Catalan president Arthur Mas delighted Scottish nationalists when he told
Imagine the question posed the other way round. An independent nation is asked to decide whether to surrender its sovereignty to a larger union. It would be allowed a measure of autonomy, but key aspects
"It's not always a bad thing to take a chance," says Michelle Stafford, a carer with five young children, who is waiting outside Greggs on Falkirk High Street while her partner, Scott, buys sausage rolls.
The arguments of the no campaign are no weightier (Michael White, 5 September) – they boil down to the currency question and uncertainty about future EU membership, both essentially political issues which
The section of the ancient Silk Road that runs through China is an epic journey through desert dunes to the end of the Great Wall, a length of pink mud that ends abruptly in the magnificent beige towers
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Here's our guide to making the most of it. Return to The VICE Guide to Europe 2014 homepage Photo by Patrick D Bortz Edinburgh might have the castle, the parliament, the Japanese tourists, the neo-classical
How to have the best time in what is, in some ways, the worst city in the world. Return to The VICE Guide to Europe 2014 homepage Photo by Jamie Lee Curtis Taete In many ways, London is the worst city
US space agency commissions design for its first warp speed spaceship NASA announced in 2012 that it was working to build a "warp drive" that could enable "faster-than-light" travel. Two years later and
10. Rancho Notorious Like Alfred Hitchcock, Fritz Lang moved effortlessly between genres; his "western period" scattered throughout his "urban crime" and "film noir" periods. Even now, 60 years on, Rancho
These findings could help researchers make prosthetic arms that have a lifelike sense of touch. We've seen some very cool prosthetic arms recently, including ones people are able to control—just as they
Documentary-makers generally tackle torture at a distance. Joshua Oppenheimer's The Act of Killing, for instance, introduced us to a charismatic killer from Indonesia's anti-communist genocide who dances