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Zero hour contracts – are they worth your hours?

An estimated 883,000 Brits depend on zero hour contracts in as their main source of income according to a research from the Office of National Statistics, does choosing when you work out weigh job security?

JLDN Radio – Harrassment, Brexit and EU rights, Christmas songs

This week on JLDN’s radio show – Harassment trends after video surfaces on train, what rights EU citizens will have after Brexit and the top Christmas songs in movies.

JLDN: Zero hours, driving tests and all about Christmas

(Pic credit: Pexels) JLDN Live show 7/12/17 Duration: 19.59 This week the JLDN team investigates Christmas in London, zero work hours for employees and the new driving test changes in this JLDN Christmas special. Zero work hours: Employees are being given less hours to work and minimal pay Driving test changes: December will see a much harder […]

Storm Caroline attacks North UK

People living in the North of the United Kingdom are set to be hit with gale force winds, battering rain showers and freezing temperatures this gloomy Thursday, Sidney Stanford reports.

JLDN Radio – Trump, takeaways, FIFA 2018 and Prince Harry

This week on JLDN’s radio show - Trump retweets Britain First, takeaways causing problems for schools, FIFA 2018 details and Prince Harry's wedding celebration

JLDN: Homelessness, alcohol prices, Lootboxes and fast food

This week the JLDN team investigates homelessness in London, the rise of alcohol prices, lootboxes and fast food

JLDN Radio – Zimbabwe, University library fees and Children in Need 2017

 Broadcast: 17/11/2017 Duration: 14.49 This week on JLDN’s radio show – The Zimbabwe crisis escalates yet quiet falls around the London based embassy, University libraries making money off forgotten check-ins and Children in need 2017 Producer: Liam Terry Assistant Producer: Leanne Cresswell News editor: Olivia Kemp Assistant news editor: James Murray Web editor: James Middleton Assistant web editor: Nicola Coaker […]

London’s eSport scene – bigger and better with a new team in town

According to a recent article by the BBC, the audience for esports is set to reach 600 million by 2020 - and London is joining in, reports Liam Terry