Alex examines the legacy and the downfall of Liz Truss – and discusses what’s next for the Conservatives.
Alex takes a look at the chaos surrounding the UK Government – and it’s even more confusing than you’d think.
Carl Austin-Behan sits down with Hadley Stewart to reflect on his career as Lord Mayor of Greater Manchester, working with Andy Burnham, and if he thinks Labour will win the next general election.
Pre-mixed home cocktail company NIO Cocktails recently launched their latest Daiquiri range in partnership with Ron Santiago de Cuba rum. Vada Magazine tries them out, read our review here.
Director Damon Thomas’ film My Best Friend’s Exorcism is a cool, darkly funny film that walks the delicate tightrope between the horror and high school movie genres.
The Rainbow Lottery is the UK’s first lottery dedicated to supporting LGBTQ good causes, currently numbered over 100 across the country.
Newly opened Revolver hostel in Glasgow aims to offer an inclusive space to stay in the heart of Merchant City, with a range of shared and individual rooms. Vada Magazine was recently offered a stay; here’s what we thought.
John Preston picks his favourite 7 songs of the week with Hudson Hawke, Banoffee, Confidence Man feat. CHAI, Röyksopp feat. Goldfrapp, Altered Images, RAYE and Björk.
Miles Oliver takes a closer look at the impact of Roe v. Wade and what it means for the whole of humanity – including LGBT+ people.
Many readers will know of the Axel hotel brand, self-described as ‘hetero-friendly’, this is a hotel brand designed for gay men. For those who haven’t stayed at one, this is Vada Magazine’s guide of what to expect from Axel Hotel Berlin