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Athough there's a bit of padding, some surprising and entertaining archive footage makes this doc about hip hop's lamest feud worth seeing.
I used FOI in a not boring way: Thames Water wrote to the police to ask them to help work out how much water they were losing to cannabis farms. Unfortunately, it didn't amount to much.
Drug use among the 16-24s is no longer in decline, according to new figures from the government's Crime Survey.
Taking drugs in 2017 is more dangerous than it's ever been. Staff from WEDINOS – the only lab in the UK testing drugs all year round – explain why.
One last huzzah in Cambridgeshire as the UK's first 'boutique' festival closes its doors for good.
Who flies the planes in Dunkirk? Meet the warbird r...
Who knew that freedom of information could be used to monitor London's cannabis farms.
A review of the first of three farewell gigs the Maccabees played in London as part of their farewell tour (also reproduced in the paper).
Robin Carhart-Harris and Chris Timmerman are part of a team of researchers at Imperial performing the world's first fMRI scan of the brain on DMT.
A write up of Eternal K-Hole of the Spotless Mind, a documentary I produced for VICE.
Parabolic flight doesn't just need guts: it needs a strong stomach. The history of the anti-gravity flight in film.
A look at how Washington's political and media establishment has abandoned the cynical series it once held close to its chest.
I spent some time with director David Michod for this piece unpicking the truth behind satire War Machine – his latest film starring Brad Pitt.
On the one-year anniversary of Prince's death, I combed through newly published court documents that shed light on some of the unanswered questions.