The Dawn of New(ish) Ideas

The Dawn of New(ish) Ideas
During these dramatic political and socio-economic times, feelings of helplessness and paralysis are inevitable against seemingly unending events in which democracy and public discourse is degraded and many voices vying for our attention leaving us perpetually unfocussed, trying and failing to fight against the forces of distraction in the age of social media . Everyone and everything is problematic. Armed...

Technology: An End to Business as Usual

Technology: An End to Business as Usual
Technological advance has happened globally and London is at the forefront of it. No need for a ticket office just top up your oyster card on the machines. Fancy a beer? Very soon you will be able to pour one for yourself using your contactless card. I don’t really know what’s more terrifying, the fact...

London PMQ’S #LONDONASKS

London PMQ’S #LONDONASKS
If you didn’t know, most Wednesdays, Members of Parliament (MP’s) gather in the House of Commons and have the opportunity to ask the Prime minister questions about many issues particularly issues relating to their constituencies and local community. So here at London 360 we bring you the London questions and the Prime Ministers response. Dawn...

Introducing The Weekly Round Up

Introducing The Weekly Round Up
For those of us who would describe ourselves as political junkies this year has brought about mental and emotional drainage and sensory overload to say the least. American journalist Mike Rosenberg tweeted a series of amusing tweets using GIF’s (a highly underrated art form) to illustrate the strife of political editors and journalist in these...

From Ignoramus to TV Snob

From Ignoramus to TV Snob
My first week at London360 as a reporter for Series 12, has been fun, varied and really informative. I’ve wanted to be a journalist for a long time and have done research before on what this job entails. But I’ve learnt so many new things that I was not aware of. Jasmine Dotiwala and Reshma...