In a North London warehouse party, our resident drugs columnist asked partiers what drugs they had on them and what they were planning to take to alter their states of mind.
This weekend, Donald Trump dropped a pair of $399 gold trainers. Are we witnessing a tear in the counterculture continuum?
The government is barrelling ahead with a road-building plan near the sacred site of Stonehenge. But this isn’t just a matter for “sentimental historians or tree-hugging Extinction Rebellion activists”. This is about our past, present and future.
Rishi is coming for your Elf Bar. But experts have warned the ban could cause an increase of smoking in young people.
Talk of Scotland’s drug deaths crisis is nothing new. But as new policies are introduced, those affected believe there’s reason to be hopeful.
From widespread strikes and the coronation of King Charles III, to the fallout from the Israel-Palestine conflict in the UK, these are our political reports of the year.
University life has never been more challenging. Rent hikes. Online lectures. Part-time work killing all-time partying. We asked students in Newcastle, Glasgow, Bristol, Aberystwyth and Belfast to weigh in.
We spent a day at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom in Orlando, the largest theme park in the world, to meet those fans, still, with the child in their eyes.
The UK’s Jewish population isn’t unified on calling for a ceasefire. But the whole community is anxious about rising antisemitism.
A rare illness called cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome is perplexing doctors both in the UK and abroad. Here’s everything we know.
Last Saturday, hundreds of thousands of protesters marched across London, from Marble Arch to the US embassy, to call for a ceasefire – something Keir Starmer has refused to do. What will it cost him?
Around 100,000 people gathered in Central London to demand a ceasefire in the conflict.
According to a shiny new report, under 25s are consuming less booze, cigarettes and ecstasy. But mephedrone is increasingly dipping into the dancefloor...
After the flailing, failing Tories’ poison-dripping party conference, Keir Starmer’s mob descended on Merseyside, pumped and primed for power.
Rishi Sunak is hellbent on proving his and his party’s dynamism. But we’ve had enough of the U-Turns, replacement policies and total annihilation of our everyday lives.
There’s anecdotal evidence, from charities and the police, that predators are spiking people’s vapes. Here’s everything we know.
As the UK heads towards an opioid crisis, Scotland has announced it will be opening drug consumption rooms. Here’s what happens inside a facility like that.
By the end of 2023, laughing gas will be treated as a Class-C controlled substance, which could result in two years in prison for possessing nos and 14 years for supplying it. What’s the point?
Associates suggest that the SpaceX cadet’s behaviour could be down to an escalation in use.
From “dating assistants” to bots that help you craft flirty zingers, artificial intelligence poses serious ethical questions about the future of online dating.
The Strike Diaries: Students can't graduate as the marking boycott leaves many in limbo, while September's freshers might be starting teacher-less. A 25-year-old lecturer, tutor and research assistant explains why.
Over the last year, these phoney council-branded artworks have popped up around London, Dublin, Cambridge and at Glasto. We spoke to the guerrilla artists about their controversial tactics and the importance of legalising drugs in the UK.
Britain’s youth have been failed by a failing government. They’re angry, not being listened to and are retaliating in ways they see fit to make some noise.
Once the preserve of greedy airlines and Ticketmaster, dynamic pricing has arrived in one of Britain's most sacred spaces: the boozer. And Swifties thought the cost of gig tickets was bad...