Who Would Migrants Vote For? – The British Election

British politics hasn’t been this concerned with immigration for decades. As the general election looms, UKIP, a controversial right-wing political party, is predicted to woo one in 10 voters due to its uncompromising anti-immigration policy — which includes only accepting Christian refugees. Even the left-leaning Labour party has made controls on immigration a central point of its manifesto.

For more than 10 years, Calais, a port town in the north of France, has been a stop off point for migrants and refugees seeking a better life in the UK. Surviving in shantytowns and squats, they risk their lives scrambling onto moving trucks in an effort to get into Britain illegally.

VICE News travelled to Calais to see what life is like in this limbo overlooking the English Channel — and find out who the migrants and refugees would vote for if they could participate in the election.

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The British Election (Series Trailer)

The United Kingdom will hold its general election on May 7, deciding which party, or parties, will form the next government. But until then, the mudslinging between the political groups continues as they jostle for both the media and the public’s attention.

While the party leaders are managed by slick spin-doctors and broadcast carefully constructed messages, there is a growing disillusionment with the current state of British politics.

But even as the general public’s attention dwindles, groups of committed students, activists, and concerned citizens from a variety of backgrounds are pushing to make their mark.

In our week-long election series, VICE News ventures beyond the political party machine — from the movement against cuts to education to the right to freedom of expression for young Muslims, and from the migrants caught in limbo in France to class war in the English countryside.

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The Search for Survivors: Earthquake in Nepal (Dispatch 3)

In this dispatch, VICE News embeds with a German and British search and rescue team in Sundarijal as they attempt to locate survivors of Saturday’s devastating earthquake.

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VICE News Daily: Islamic State Disrupts French TV Stations

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Islamic State hacks French TV channels, protesters demand police be arrested over deaths of 20 suspected sandalwood smugglers, a North Korean cargo ship remains detained in a Mexican port, and the University of Cape Town removes an apartheid-era statue of Cecil Rhodes.

FRANCE
Islamic State Hacks French News Stations
11 channels belonging to France’s TV5 Monde were disrupted Thursday by hackers affiliated with the Islamic State.

INDIA
Protesters Demand Police Arrest Over Killings
Families of 20 suspected sandalwood smugglers killed by police earlier this week demand the officers involved be detained.

MEXICO
North Korean Ship Remains Detained
The ship docked last July for repairs and has not been able to leave the port of Tuxpan.

SOUTH AFRICA
Apartheid-Era Statue Removed From University
Students and staff voted to remove the bust of British colonialist Cecil Rhodes saying it was a symbol of white power.

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Yung E – Mindset

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Micheal Biniaz, AKA ‘Yung E’, may be an unfamiliar name in the world of drum and bass at present but this little known producer has an extensive history in the UK underground music scene. Over the past 18 years, the veteran artist has chalked up an impressive DJ & production portfolio across the jungle, drum and bass, garage & dubstep genres

Since his welcome return to Drum & Bass, Yung E recorded the deep and techy ‘Enzymes / Transform’ single for Basher’s Proximity Recordings, and is slated for more releases through Nurtured Beatz Recordings. With his exceptional background and deep knowledge of a wide spectrum of British underground bass music; we can only predict big things from the West London based producer

This one’s an absolute hurter. The groove laden tech style of ‘Mindset’ hits the mark with it’s hypnotic percussion, catchy bass hook and unrelenting snare. The formative essence of the Nurtured Beatz Recordings aesthetic is fully represented here.

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Anti-Islamists Demonstrate in Britain: Hate in Europe

Founded in Germany in 2014, the far-right, anti-Islamic movement Pegida — which stands for “Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West” — has since spread throughout western Europe

On February 28, VICE News traveled to Newcastle in northeast England for the inaugural demonstration of spinoff organization Pegida UK. Demonstration organizers told VICE News that they were mobilizing against the imminent rise of Sharia in Britain — and that they feared a future in which British women were forced to wear burkas on British streets.

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Philip George – Wish You Were Mine (Dexcell Remix)

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On the Front Lines with the Ukrainian Army: Russian Roulette (Dispatch 89)

Since mid-January, fighting between the Ukrainian military and Russian-backed rebels in Eastern Ukraine has escalated. Dozens of civilians have died due to the heavy shelling.

The rebels of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DNR) have been attacking Ukrainian Army positions in an effort to reach the city of Sloviansk. In this dispatch, VICE News travels to the Ukrainian Army’s front lines in the village of Kodema to see how soldiers there, clad in German and British gear that has been donated to them, are preparing for the much talked-about DNR offensive.

We also visit the Ukrainian-controlled mining town of Dzerzhynsk to see firsthand what effects the fighting between the two sides has had on the local population.

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Riots, Unrest, and the Umbrella Movement: Hong Kong Rising

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In 1997, the longtime British colony of Hong Kong was handed over to China with the understanding that it would retain relative autonomy under the concept of “one country, two systems.” But last month, as part of the so-called Umbrella Revolution, Hong Kongers began vocally demanding Beijing stay out of their political affairs and grant the democracy they say they were promised with the handover.

VICE News traveled to Hong Kong and embedded with the students leading the pro-democracy movement. As protestors marched through and occupied city parks and streets, police fired tear gas and became physically violent. Hong Kong, long a reliably stable world financial center, was being rocked by unrest.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – September 18, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: first of 60 British volunteers receives experimental ebola vaccine, Colombian FARC rebels kill seven policemen in ambush, second riot in a week at central Bolivian prison, and Cambodian garment factory workers demand higher pay.

UNITED KINGDOM
Ebola Vaccine Could Be Fast-Tracked for Use in West Africa
​Oxford University study will test drug in 60 healthy volunteers.​

COLOMBIA
Rebel Attack on Police Convoy Kills Seven
​President Juan Manuel Santos warns violence could threaten ongoing peace talks.​

BOLIVIA
Prison Riots Break Out Again
​Officials say a turf war between rival gangs is fueling the unrest.​

CAMBODIA
Garment Factory Workers Demand Rise in Minimum Wage
​Hundreds turned out to rally western brands like Gap, H&M, and Puma for better pay.​

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – September 12, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Liberia’s motorbike taxis could be fostering ebola’s deadly grip, hundreds of thousands in Spain’s Catalonia region demand independence vote, Mexican authorities find and destroy country’s first known coca plants, and new rules regulate British defense staff’s contact with the media.

LIBERIA
Motorcycle Taxis May Be Facilitating Ebola Transmission
World Health Organization warns bikes are rarely disinfected between rides and could spread the virus further.
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SPAIN
Catalans Demonstrate in Support of Independence Vote
A government poll found that more than half in the enclave would vote to secede.

MEXICO
Authorities Destroy Country’s First Ever Coca Plants
Coca is native to South America’s Andes region, but experts say it is a resilient plant and can survive any place climate conditions are right.

UNITED KINGDOM
New Ministry of Defense Rules Regulate Outside Contact
​Members of armed forces and civilian staff must keep the department informed on all conversations with press, academics, unionists and others.​
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The Rise of British Jihadists in Syria

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Britain’s young Muslims are taking the fight against President Bashir al-Assad from UK towns to the frontlines of Syria. VICE News headed to the civil war-torn country to follow Amer Deghayes, a 20-year-old former student from Brighton, who joined the “holy war” against his father’s wishes after carrying out extensive research online.

We joined Amer after the death of his 18-year-old brother Abdullah, who died in a fierce battle against Assad forces in northern Syria. Undeterred by the bloody and brutal conflict, Amer’s 16-year-old brother Jaffer has since met up with him in Syria.

The UK is now attempting to combat, block, and remove thousands of items of “jihadist propaganda” from the internet in an attempt to deter Britons from taking up arms abroad. For Amer, the power of jihadist social media — which promotes stories of jihadi legend, martyrdom, and paradise — opened his eyes to the suffering of Muslims in Syria.

England is also now citing returning militants as “the biggest security threat to the United Kingdom.” The government’s position could leave Amer — and the possibly thousands of unknown British fighters — stranded in increasingly fierce and bloody conflicts, and within the grasp of extremist jihadist groups.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – June, 24 2014

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Pakistani riot police clash with supporters of anti-Taliban cleric, tensions escalate in northern Kosovo between local Albanians and Serbs, British MP says ISIS has recruited up to 1500 British Muslims, and Doctors Without Borders warns West Africa ebola outbreak is ‘out of control’.

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PAKISTAN
Police Clash With Cleric’s Supporters in Islamabad
The plane carrying Tahir ul-Qadri was diverted to Lahore due to security concerns.

KOSOVO
Protest Reignites Ethnic Tensions in the North
The dispute is over the blockade of a bridge by Serbs refusing to integrate with the Albanian majority.

UK
Politician Says ISIS Has Recruited as Many as 1500 Britons
Britain’s anti-terror chief initially reported the Al Qaeda offshoot had successfully recruited 500 Muslims.

WEST AFRICA
Ebola Epidemic is ‘Out of Control’
Doctors Without Borders warns governments and aid agencies must spend massive resources to stop the virus from spreading.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – April, 25 2014

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Vladimir Putin warns Russia must protect itself from the “CIA project”, fighting rages in Syria’s Aleppo province, London police look to women to help stem extremism, and the death toll from West Africa’s ebola outbreak climbs.

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Putin on the Web
Russia’s president says the Internet was developed as a “CIA project” the country should protect its interests from.

The Assault on Aleppo
Rebels strike a cement factory believed to store weapons, and government air strikes level a marketplace.

Counting on Women
London police launch a campaign aimed at intercepting plans of British nationals to travel to Syria to fight in the war.

Ebola Outbreak ‘Unprecedented’
The death toll in West Africa continues to rise as doctors struggle to contain the virus in Guinea and Liberia.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – April, 22 2014

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: an abducted Ukrainian journalist is released long enough to give a press conference, one of Myanmar’s leading opposition figures dies, a British fighter in Syria gives an up-close and personal look into his makeshift home, and Venezuelan protesters alter an Easter tradition to show discontent for their president.

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Journalist Held by Pro-Russian Separatists Speaks
Ukrainian journalist and activist Irma Krat makes a brief appearance to speak to the media before she’s whisked back into the hands of masked captors.

Opposition Leader Win Tin Dies
A veteran of Myanmar’s pro-democracy movement and the country’s longest-serving political prisoner passes away at 85.

British Jihadist Gives Video Tour of Living Quarters
Amateur video from Syria appears to show where one British fighter and his comrades eat and sleep.

Protesters Burn Effigies of President in Easter Demonstration
Some Venezuelans use the religious holiday to express their disapproval of leader Nicolas Maduro.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – April 10, 2014.

The VICE News Capsule is a daily roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: more than 4,000 migrants have been rescued in two days off Italy’s southern coast, a suspected British drug smuggler was arrested in Thailand, anti-austerity protests in Greece and Belgium destroys tons of seized ivory.

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More Than 4000 Migrants Rescued in Two Days
The Italian government says that more than 4,000 migrants have been rescued off of the country’s southern coast over a period of 48 hours.

Suspected British Drug Smuggler Arrested
Thai police arrested a British national who the French police accuse of masterminding an international heroin and cocaine smuggling operation.

Anti-Austerity Protests
More than 20,000 people marched to the Greek parliament building in Athens in the latest protest against austerity measures being imposed on them by the country’s foreign creditors.

Belgium Destroys Tons of Seized Ivory
Belgian officials crushed one-point-seven tons of ivory seized at it’s borders.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – March 18, 2014.

The VICE News Capsule is a daily roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Myanmar’s war on opium, the Taliban destroyed Pakistan’s silk industry, the UK pulls out of Afghanistan and serious starvation risk among Syrian refugee children.

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Myanmar Opium Fight Failing
Despite Myanmar’s attempts to eradicate the farming of opium poppies, production is picking up again.

Pakistani Taliban Destroys Silk Industry
The silk industry in northwest Pakistan’s Swat Valley collapsed when the Taliban took control of the area. Five years later, the industry hasn’t bounced back, leaving thousands unemployed.

Britain Pulls Troops Out Of Afghanistan
British troops have pulled out of all but one frontline outpost, marking one of the last steps of its 13-year mission in Afghanistan.

Severe Starvation Risk Among Syrian Children
About 10,000 Syrian refugee children in Lebanon are suffering from severe malnutrition.

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‘Information Vampires’ Hoping to Charge Press Outlets for Publishing Snowden Leaks

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Rather than working to correct the growing surveillance state lawmakers on both sides of the Atlantic are dragging their feet and exploring methods to crack down on the press, The Guardian in particular, journalist Tony Gosling told RT.

Officials from the UK intelligence agency GCHQ raided the Guardian newspaper’s London officers back in August in search of hardrives containing data leaked by former CIA employee Edward Snowden. Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger said the officials wanted the Guardian to destroy all the information from Snowden despite the fact the data had already been disseminated to different news organizations around the world.

Rusbringer is set to give evidence to an MP committee investigating counter-terrorism activities on Tuesday. The Guardian’s editor has criticized the UK government for its intimidation tactics and said the US and UK are making work increasingly difficult for journalists.

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Beginning his working life in the aviation industry and trained by the BBC, Tony Gosling is a British land rights activist, historian & investigative radio journalist.

London Attack: Interview with Ingrid Loyau-Kennett

Witness spoke to the two men who have since been arrested over the attack. She told Conal Urqhart her story.

“I was just on my way home after a trip to France. I was visiting my children in Plumstead and I had taken a 53 bus to get to Parliament Square where I was going to meet my children and walk to Victoria coach station before getting the coach to Helston in Cornwall.

“I was sitting on the lower deck and the bus stopped. I could clearly see a body in the road and a crashed car. I trained as a first aider when I was a Brownie leader, so I asked someone to watch my bag and then got off to see if I could help.

“I went over to the body where there was a lady sitting there and she said he was dead. She had comforted him by putting something under his back and a jacket over his head. I took his pulse and there was none. I couldn’t see the man’s face but I could see no evidence that suggested someone had tried to cut off his head. I could see nothing on him to suggest that he was a soldier.

“Then a black guy with a black hat and a revolver in one hand and a cleaver in the other came over. He was very excited and he told me not to get close to the body. I didn’t really feel anything. I was not scared because he was not drunk, he was not on drugs. He was normal. I could speak to him and he wanted to speak and that’s what we did.

“I spoke to him for more than five minutes. I asked him why he had done what he had done. He said he had killed the man because he [the victim] was a British soldier who killed Muslim women and children in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was furious about the British army being over there.

“There was blood on the pavement by the car where the man on the ground had been hit by it. At first there was no blood by the body but as I talked to the man it began to flow which worried me because blood needs a beating heart to flow. But I didn’t want to annoy the man by going back to the body.

“I asked him what he was going to do next because the police were going to arrive soon. He said it was a war and if the police were coming, he was going to kill them. I asked him if that was a reasonable thing to do but it was clear that he really wanted to do that. He talked about war but he did not talk about dying and then he left to speak to someone else.

“I went to speak to the other man who was quieter and more shy. I asked him if he wanted to give me what he was holding in his hand, which was a knife but I didn’t want to say that. He didn’t agree and I asked him: ‘Do you want to carry on?’ He said: ‘No, no, no.’ I didn’t want to upset him and then the other man came back to me. I asked him what he wanted to do next.

“At that point, there were so many people around that I didn’t want him to get scared or agitated. I kept talking to him to keep him occupied.

“Then I saw my bus was moving and I knew that the police would arrive very soon. I asked him if there was anything else I could do for him because my bus was about to leave and he said no.

“I got on the bus and, after 10 seconds, someone came on and told everyone to get down. I saw a police car pulling up and a police man and policewoman getting out. The two black men ran towards the car and the officers shot them in the legs, I think.

“When the shooting started, I was not scared. There weres so many women screaming and crying on the bus, it took me a minute to calm them down. I didn’t have a moment to think of myself.

“I could see the man with the black hat on was badly hurt as he was being operated on but both were still moving.

“The bus then started to move away. They dropped us in the middle of Lewisham which really annoyed me because I had no idea how to get from there to Parliament Square. I am just happy that I managed to do something that might have prevented more trouble. I feel fine at the moment but I suppose the shock could hit me later.”

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Hadouken! – Parasite (Break Remix)

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DJ Fresh – The Power (Ft. Dizzee Rascal) (Andy C Remix)

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Hospitality Q+A+E at the British Music Experience September 4th 2009

Pre Hospitality at Matter we put on Hospitality Q+A+E at the British Music Experience to give fans, ravers and budding producers a chance to hear how London Elektricity, High Contrast and Logistics make their tracks. Hosted by BBC Radio 1s Nerm we had 90mins of excellent hints, tips and questions from the audience. Here is a little round up, check it out!
http://www.hospitalrecords.com/hospitality/
http://www.hospitalrecords.com/production/

Drum and Bass Step Example at Hospitality Q+A+E at the BME pre Matter 04/09/09

Apparently big in Eastern Europe! An example of drum and bass step from one of the audience members at Hospital’s Q+A+E.
Which took place at the British Musical Experience pre Hospitality @ Matter 4/09/09 – future hospitality events – http://www.hospitalrecords.com/hospitality/

Track = Warehouse by Logistics