Washstation spins out of control

Residents of Mclaren House continue to face issues with their laundry at the Washstation Laundrette A student accommodation situated in Elephant and Castle fails to supply student residents a reliable and well equipped laundrette as the drying machines fail to dry clothes to a decent standard. JLDN reporter Pia Marshall a current resident at Mclaren […]

Washstation spins out of control

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JLDN: Article 50 And The Westminster Attack

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Broadcast: 30/03/17 Duration: 13:50 JLDN Team News Editor: Khaola Cherrak Editorial Assistant: Lucy Jenkins Bulletins Editor & Presenter: Lukas Gerve Presenters: Jason Colmer & Georgia Webb Social Media Presenter: Rhea Thorpe Audio: Hannah Turner Autocue: Nosheen Hussain Director: Eva Carette Graphics: Georgie Waight   Related posts: JLDN 21/03/17 JLDN: Holiday cheer JLDN: Valentine’s Special JLDN: Celebrate […]

JLDN 21/03/17

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JLDN: Holiday cheer

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How will Brexit affect Borough Market?

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On the June 23, 2016, Great Britain voted to leave the European Union, a decision that would have an effect on the UK’s markets and ability to trade goods and receive exports. With domestic products on the raise and the pounds weaken, compared to other international currencies we went along to Borough Market to speak […]

Women in Tech

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In 2015, women held 57% of all professional occupations, yet they held only 25% of all computing occupations. Furthermore, even fewer women are found in software development, technology leadership, or the other kinds of key roles that have a significant influence on future innovation. Consider that 88% of all information technology patents (from 1980–2010) are […]

Girl power playlist

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Street Art In London

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London has one of the biggest and best collections of uncommissioned street art in the world, where local and international artists take time to decorate the streets of London Street art is everywhere we look, but it can be a bit controversial. Is it art or not? JLDN’s Lukas takes a look at street art on the walls and […]

An insight to street art

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Sex education in schools: What do parents and teachers think?

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Education secretary Justine Greening announced that sex education will be made compulsory from the age of four in English schools. JLDN reporter Lewis Parker spoke to a teacher and a parent to see what they think about the new measure. Related posts: JLDN: Women’s week Budget 2017 How will Brexit affect Borough Market? Washstation spins out […]

JLDN: Women’s week

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Budget 2017

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Why I Was Ashamed Of Being Thin

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Picture this, you’re young, not even a teenager coming into your own body and you’ve been conditioned to loathe your own body. Or, picture it as being your sister, your niece, your daughter, even your son. Would you wish that for them or anyone? For the majority of my life, I lived in long sleeved […]

Mudchute Farm’s educational contribution

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Inner city farms in London have taken on the role of agricultural educators. We visited Mudchute Farm in East London to find out what sort of educational work they do. Related posts: JLDN: Why do people protest and how sport can improve your student life Why do people protest? London’s hunger problem and rising food […]

Why do people protest?

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Is the government doing enough to eliminate the gender pay gap?

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There has always been a gender pay gap, which means women and men get different pay for doing exactly the same job. Recently MP’s have been attacking ministers over the gap, and want more action to close it. Our reporter Imad Chatelain went out and asked LSBU students if they think the government are doing […]

JLDN: Pancake Day

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