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TRANSPORT IN 2017 LONDON

In this webisode of London360, series 12 reporter Joseph Aspinall meets with Lianna Etkind from Campaign for Better Transport. Along with several other voices, including an MP, a Lord, a media professional and members of the public, the two reflect on the pros and cons of the city’s transportation on offer. They look at the [...]

LONDON’S RELIGIOSITY ON THE RISE

It will come as no surprise that the western world is becoming more and more secular, with religious practice declining in most countries, England being no exception. You may expect therefore that London is a leading player in this game and that it would be one of the least religious places of all, but fascinatingly [...]

LONDON360 AT THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

On 27th April, London360 celebrated six years of their youth journalism programme at the House of Commons. The afternoon, which was hosted by Dawn Butler MP and Channel 4’s Jon Snow, featured talks from alumni, masterclass leaders, funders & supporters, commending the programme’s achievements. Representatives from London360 platforms London Live, the Community Channel and the [...]

G360GLE ROAD TRIP

This Friday the London360 team was invited to the headquarters of Google UK in Notting Hill Gate for a day of insight presentations, project updates, a fully-fledged tour, as well as the opportunity to try their oh-so-famous ‘Google food’! Work Ethic Google is well known worldwide as one of the best places to work as [...]

NO FRAUDS: NO FEAR OR NO TASTE?

Nicki Minaj has caused a backlash amongst Londoners with the release of her latest music video for her slick new tune No Frauds. Unlike the usual outrage found with Minaj – the way she’s dressed or her brash demeanor, this time Nicki has caused controversy by releasing her video despite the fact it was shot [...]

NEWS: WESTMINSTER TERROR ATTACK

Yesterday London faced a terror attack. Parliament was in lock-down when a car driving across Westminster Bridge purposefully swerved into pedestrians, mowing them down until it reached the Houses of Parliament. One victim was thrown from the bridge into the Thames, but was later rescued. The attacker then left the vehicle running towards Parliament. Despite [...]

THEN AND NOW: LONDON’S HISTORIC TECH

London is loaded with unknown and unspoken historic technology. It is almost alarming how long you can live in the city without knowing how some of its most iconic structures use tech to function. It is also fascinating to discover the ways in which some technology has adapted to changing times. To find out more [...]