Daily Archives: September 6, 2013

The monthly @chrisnickson2: zero-hours contracts in Leeds during the 19th C.

Lately, there’s been plenty of talk about zero-hour contracts. One person called them a return to 19th century exploitation. In case you don’t believe that this has all happened before, then this Leeds testimony, which appeared in 1896 in Pearson’s … Continue reading

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Leeds today: brekkie, dinosaurs, halls, clock, arena, Hyperspace, beer, Tri and cafe sci.

We’ve had a truly glorious summer, but autumn appears to have arrived: falling leaves, warm boots and big jumpers – what’s not to like? First of all: eat your breakfast! Arrrrgghhh! There’s a T-Rex roaming round the Merrion Centre. I … Continue reading

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