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Monday, 26 June 2017

Chelsea forward agrees move to Lyon


Chelsea forward Bertrand Traore's agreed a move to French top flight side Lyon.

He's moved from the Premier League club on a five-year deal - for around £9m.

Traore spent last season on loan at Dutch team Ajax.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:31 pm  

UPDATE: Cobham services remain closed after man suffers serious head injuries

A man has been airlifted to hospital, after suffering serious head injuries at the Cobham Services.

Police and the air ambulance were called to the site at around 3.30pm this afternoon following reports of an incident.

They cordoned off the area while the man was taken to St George’s in Tooting for further treatment.

The petrol station remains closed, but other parts of the services are open.

Police are urging anyone with information to contact them on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:36 pm  

Man charged with Oxshott burglary

A young man has been charged with burglary in connection with an incident in Oxshott last week.

It’s after jewellery and bags were stolen in the area sometime between 10am and 1.30pm last Thursday.

20-year-old Franco Andres Carrasco, of no fixed address, has pleaded guilty, after being arrested and charged soon after the incident.

He’s due to be sentenced at Guildford Crown Court on 27th July.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 pm  

Police are re-issuing their appeal for witnesses after a man was verbally abusive on a train to East Croydon.

The incident happened the Sunday before last, on board the 4am service from Victoria.

A woman was already seated when a man joined the service and immediately became hostile and abusive.

He got off the train at East Croydon and was immediately stopped by officers and questioned.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

A woman who gave birth at Chiswick police station car park has named her son Bobby.

Rebecca Fox went into labour in her mum's car and her baby was born just minutes after they stopped on Thursday morning.

She was helped by two members of police staff, as well as a doctor who happened to be walking by.

Mum and baby are doing well.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:31 pm  

Man suffers serious injuries at Cobham services

Surrey Police is in attendance at Cobham Services on the M25, following a call at 3.20pm about a man having suffered serious injuries.

Cobham Services is currently closed in both direction and the Air Ambulance are in attendance.

If you have any information, please call 101 quoting P17159125.

More updates will follow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:28 pm  

Former pop mogul Jonathan King has appeared in court charged with 18 historical sexual offences against nine boys.

The 72 year old is accused of assaulting the teenagers between 1970 and 1986 at the Walton Hop Disco.

He’s been bailed to appear before Southwark Crown Court on July the 24th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:24 pm  

Surprise delivery in Chiswick



A mother has given her newborn baby boy a special name after he was unexpectedly born outside a Hounslow police station.

Rebecca Fox was discharged from hospital at about 5am on Thursday because she had "not gone into labour."

However, on the way home Rebecca started to have pains and she alerted her mum Sandra, who was driving, that she needed to return to hospital.

As they approached Chiswick Town Hall, Rebecca informed her mum that she needed to push.

Within a few minutes, Rebecca could feel the baby's head, so Sandra swiftly pulled into Chiswick Police Station's car park and began to call for help.

Luckily, her desperate pleas were heard by police staff member Jacky Brosnan who grabbed Hammersmith & Fulham officer PC Holly Foran to help.

Rebecca has named her son Bobby as a tribute to the officers who birthed him.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:52 pm  

Vandals are behind the fire at a care home in Hampton last week.

Residents were evacuated from Marling Court in the early hours of Friday.

No one was injured, but the kitchen and its roof was severely damaged and a small number of bedrooms suffered smoke damage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

CONTENT AUDIO WARNING Man filmed attacking bus in Hounslow

A man has been filmed launching an attack on a bus in Hounslow.

The video below, filmed by a bus passenger, shows the man becoming increasingly agitated before leaving the bus and attempting to break the vehicle's windscreen wipers.

The incident happened yesterday, at around 1.30pm, on a Metroline Bus at a bus stop at Bell Corner.

The driver reported the incident to police.

The bus company says it wants witnesses to come forward, and it will press charges if the man is found.

Metroline has issued this statement;

“Our driver was verbally and physically assaulted and subjected to abuse simply for performing his duty when asking a boarding passenger to swipe his Oyster card.

The incident has been reported to the police and we will provide the necessary support and assistance for our driver.

We will not tolerate this behaviour and will seek to press charges.”

Please be aware that the film includes some very strong language that may not be appropriate for some viewers.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:24 pm  

The armed forces paraded through the streets of Hounslow earlier

It was to celebrate national Armed Forces Day.

The parade featured the 1st Battalion Irish Guard, Ghurkha veterans, Royal British Legion, Army veterans and cadet forces.

The Mayor of Hounslow, Councillor Sue Sampson, lead representatives from the council.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:14 pm  

Former Ajax and Inter Milan boss Frank de Boer is the new Crystal Palace manager.

He's been confirmed on a three-year deal.

De Boer replaces Sam Allardyce, who quit Selhurst Park after saving them from Premier League relegation in a five-month stint.

The former Barcelona and Rangers player has four Dutch titles to his name as a head coach.

But he only lasted 85 days in Italy last season before being sacked by Inter.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:10 pm  

Police are searching for a man following an intimidating incident at a supermarket in Egham

It’s believed, the suspect became increasingly aggressive towards one of the shop workers before damaging a window on Wednesday afternoon.

He then fled from the Budgens store on Station Road North.

Witnesses are being urged to call police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

Tributes are being paid to a teenage boy who drowned in the Thames at Hampton Court

17 year-old, Alfie Viccars, was dragged under by currents as he swam in the river on Wednesday.

The air ambulance was called just before 7 o’clock and he was pulled to safety, but died in hospital the next day.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:54 am  

Crystal Palace are expected to confirm Dutch legend Frank de Boer as their new manager this afternoon

The Premier League club have called a news conference for 2pm to announce Sam Allardyce's successor.

De Boer was most recently head coach at Inter Milan, where he was sacked after 85 days in charge back in November.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:04 am  

Roger Federer believes the world's top players will be in good shape for Wimbledon, despite some shock results in the build-up

Reigning champion Andy Murray and third ranked Stan Wawrinka went out in the first round of the Queen's Club Championships.

But Federer eased to a ninth Halle title.

He's expecting the likes of Murray to come good at the All England Club next week.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:37 am  

Around 60 Firefighters spent the morning tackling a blaze in Tooting


Two people were rescued following the fire which broke out in a flat above shops on Upper Tooting Road.

The cause is not known at this time.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:19 am  

Twickenham charity seeks cyclists to help children living on the streets

A Twickenham based charity is looking for cyclists to be a part of a 40th anniversary celebration and assist in raising awareness of street children around the world.

StreetInvest has joined forces with Richmond Council to arrange a fundraising cycle-ride.

This year is the 40th anniversary of the twinning of two towns, Richmond and Fontainebleau in France, and a four-day 263 mile cycling adventure is being organised for September.

Radio Jackie’s Natalie Osborne has met with Kim Darton, a Trustee of the charity, and Jean Loveland, the Richmond councillor tasked with promoting cycling within the Borough.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 am  

Sunday, 25 June 2017

Grenfell Tower's narrow stairwell turned into vertical tunnel of smoke

Grenfell Tower’s narrow stairwell could have proved just as deadly as the block’s as the block’s cladding, it has emerged.

An investigation found that the stairwell was turned into a vertical tunnel of smoke.

A firefighter described how this left him and his colleagues groping around in the dark.

He said: “The smoke grew thicker with each floor we went up. No proper floor numbers on the stairwells after about the 5th floor made it hard to know where you were.”

The June 14 tragedy, which left at least 79 people dead, triggered an urgent nationwide inspection of cladding.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:32 pm  

Woking based McLaren opens F1 points account

Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo’s won the Azerbaijan F1 Grand Prix, with Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas second, just pipping Lance Stroll’s Williams.

The race was halted midway through following an incident between Lewis Hamilton and Championship leader Sebastian Vettel.

Vettel eventually finished fourth, with his British rival a place behind.

Woking based McLaren finally opened their points account when Fernando Alonso finished ninth from 19th on the grid.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:15 pm  

School share facilities with Grenfell Tower victims

A leading public school has welcomed children whose state school had to be abandoned after the Grenfell Tower fire.

£19,000 a year, Latymer Upper School is sharing facilities with Kensington Aldridge Academy which was closed for safety reasons.

About 100 Children from the academy are being taught by their own teachers but share libraries, sports facilities and the canteen.
The rest of the children from KAA have gone to another nearby state school, Burlington Danes Academy in White City.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:11 pm  

Wandsworth residents get support to return to work

Wandsworth Council’s Work Match team is offering a series of ten week programmes to help residents return to work.

New Routes to Work aims to give jobseekers who have been out of work for a while, the skills they need to successfully apply for a job.

The course will develop confidence, motivation, self-belief, communication and social and team working abilities.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:09 pm  

Disabled children struggle to access services they need

The Children’s Trust is supporting a new campaign aimed at highlighting the problems faced by disabled youngsters.

The charity, based in Tadworth, has thrown its backing behind “The Secret Life of Us.”

The move follows research from the Disabled Children’s Partnership.

It revealed 4 out of 5 parents of disabled children in the South East struggle to access the services they need.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:31 am  

Congestion on roads in Hampton

There’s been a rise in the number of complaints about a notoriously busy junction in Hampton.

Plans to improve congestion in Hanworth Road where it joins Uxbridge road are now out to consultation.

The problems concern vehicles waiting to turn right at the junction.

Due to the restricted width of the road, the vehicles waiting to turn hold up left turning vehicles behind them.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

Dumping Garden Waste


Before you get in the garden for some serious pruning, you may wish to consider this next story.

People in Richmond are being reminded that it is illegal to dump green waste in parks and open spaces.

The warning comes from Council officers who have discovered a number of discarded bags at areas around the borough.

The bags contain items such as branches, leaves and weeds.

This is considered fly tipping and an illegal dumping of rubbish.
which can lead to large fines or even imprisonment.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 am  

34 tower blocks have failed the fire safety test

Thousands of people in north London are spending a second night in emergency accommodation after the tower blocks they live in were deemed unsafe.

They were evacuated by Camden Council late on Friday night.

34 high-rises across England are now known to have failed fire safety tests ordered in the wake of the Grenfell disaster.

Theresa May has defended the government's response saying "action is being taken".

Chantal Peters is one of those told to leave their home - she remains angered by the entire process.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:31 am  

"Terry can go anywhere he wants" says Lampard

Frank Lampard says he's not surprised his former Chelsea and England team-mate John Terry wants to keep playing.

The defender was released by his boyhood club at the end of last season, aged 36.

He's been linked with a number of teams since then, most recently Aston Villa.

Lampard says that Terry can sign for whoever he wants, because he's got nothing left to prove.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 am  

Lampard considering management in US

Frank Lampard says he would consider moving back to America to start a managerial career.

The former Chelsea and England midfielder retired in February.

He ended life as a player with a stint in Major League Soccer at New York City FC.

Lampard says that football is getting bigger and bigger in the US.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:43 am  

Saturday, 24 June 2017

Crime doesn't pay

An eagle eyed Hounslow Police officer arrested a man after he was approached by someone giving a false story in order to obtain money by deception.

Darren Bingham claimed he had been locked out of his house, due to his daughter losing his keys. But this was untrue.

The offender was charged for fraud and sentenced to 12 weeks imprisonment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 pm  

Double glazing firm fined for tricking clients

A double glazing firm has been ordered to pay fines and costs of £330,000 after being caught using illegal high-pressure sales tactics.

Shops in Walton, Stains and Croydon were victims of the double glazing firm, Zenith Staybrite Ltd’s illegal operations.

Agents from the company would create a series of fabricated discounts with time limits to force on the spot sales.

Trading standard officers spoke to residents who were left distressed and angry after being rushed into sales.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:43 pm  

Fire in Purley Way damages over 40 vehicles

A fire at a storage yard in Purley Way has destroyed eight cars and damaged 35 others.

21 firefighters and officers, from Croydon, Wallington and Norbury stations, were called to the blaze in Peterwood Way shortly before 9am this morning.

They managed to get it under control around one hour later.

An investigation into the cause of the fire has been launched.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:52 pm  

Man charged with Croydon murder

A man has been charged with murder following a fatal shooting in Croydon earlier this month.

24-year-old Tino Makwanya was killed on 9th June after shots were fired from a motorbike on the Croydon Flyover.

Detectives have now charged 41-year-old Stephen Weatherley from Thornton Heath with his murder.

Mr Weatherley, who’s currently in custody, will appear in court at the Old Bailey this Tuesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:09 pm  

Hampton Hill cricketers in the money


Hampton Hill’s cricketers have been bowled over with a new refurbished artificial match pitch.

It’s all thanks to a £5,000 grant from Richmond council; the practice pitch will also be re-surfaced at later date.

The project has enabled the club to continue its expansion of junior cricket support.

This includes All Stars Cricket for children aged 5-8 years old and the launch of a new girls-team.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:06 pm  

Surrey £1,000 community competition

Time is running out for people in Surrey to qualify for the chance to win £1,000 to get their community project off the ground.

National campaign, ‘Change the World in 20 Ways’, was launched last month.

The cash will be awarded to the community group which best benefits an area.

This includes creating a community garden or setting up a charitable project.

Ideas must be submitted by July the 31st, to apply just google “change the world in 20 ways.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:21 am  

Croydon's Pollution Crackdown

Freight and delivery vehicles could face tougher sanctions when entering Croydon.

The Council is to lay out its 5 year draft Air Quality Action Plan at a meeting on Monday.

The aim is to clean up the borough’s air.

No idling signs for 20 schools across the area also appear in the proposed plan.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 am  

Flotilla on the Thames at Sunbury

A spectacular flotilla will take place on the Thames at Sunbury today.

The Queen’s Jubilee row barge, the Gloriana, will lead it from Sunbury Lock to Staines.

It’s all in celebration of the Mayor of Spelthorne’s River Day.

It all starts at 9.30.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 am  

There’s more chaos in store for drivers in #Kingston and #New Malden this weekend

Kingston Road will be closed all weekend so a crane can be removed from the Cambridge estate, which is undergoing major refurbishment

The last time a crane was removed, drivers reported 4 hour delays, prompting them to ask why it couldn’t have been done overnight.

Ambulance drivers trying to get to Kingston hospital were also severely delayed.

Stay tuned to Jackie for the latest travel across the weekend.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:33 am  

A new room for young cancer sufferers has opened at St George’s Hospital in Tooting

The Teenage and Young Adult Room will be an area where young people can meet, use their laptops to study, play games and watch TV.

It will also be a base for a specialist nurse who will provide support and therapeutic activities.

The idea came from a resident whose daughter’s experience of treatment in this environment was a lonely one.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:32 am  

The charity single for Grenfell Tower has topped the charts two days after its release

The cover of Simon and Garfunkel’s Bridge Over Troubled Water, was recorded by 50 of the UK’s biggest musicians including Croydon grime artist Stormzy.

The 23-year-old was praised for his emotional opening verse on the song which has sold over 170,000 copies.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:31 am  

More than 100 high-rise housing blocks in Wandsworth are to be retro -fitted with sprinklers in the wake of Grenfell

This work will commence as soon as possible.

The sprinkler systems will include some 6,400 properties in total.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:08 am  

Friday, 23 June 2017

Inquest suspended following the death of a baby taken to St Peter's Hospital

An inquest has been suspended to allow police to look into the death of a baby girl who died after being given a drug overdose in hospital.

11 month old, Sophie Burgess was taken to St Peter's Hospital in Chertsey and died after an overdose of anti-seizure drug phenytoin.

Surrey Police asked the Woking coroner to stop the inquest to allow a re-examination of the case after new expert evidence was given.

During the last two months of her life, Sophie suffered a series of seizures triggered by a reaction to infections.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:55 pm  

A disabled man has had his medical equipment stolen from his car in Egham

The victim and his wife parked in Wick Lane near Saville Gardens on Wednesday and went for a walk.

When they returned at around 8.50pm they discovered their car window had been smashed and a North Face rucksack was stolen.

The rucksack had two prosthetic fingers, a carrying hook and medication to treat diabetes plus a glucose testing machine in it.

A wallet with bank cards and house keys were also taken.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 pm  

Britain’s Dan Evans has failed a drugs test for cocaine

The number three will be provisionally banned from Monday.

The ITF says it happened at April's Barcelona Open.

He was already an injury doubt for Wimbledon with a calf problem.

The world number 50 says he's let a lot of people down, and made a mistake he now has to face up to.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:12 pm  

Police say they'll consider manslaughter charges as part of the investigation into the Grenfell Tower fire.

The building's cladding and insulation has failed safety tests, and it's been confirmed the flames started in a faulty fridge freezer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Cladding at Clements Court in Cranford to be removed 'as soon as possible'

Following independent testing this week of cladding on Clements Court tower in Cranford, the following statement has been issued by Councillor Steve Curran, Leader of Hounslow Council.

“Following the tragic events of Grenfell Tower, Hounslow Council immediately took steps to assure our tenants and leaseholders of the safety of our housing stock.

Following DCLG advice, we submitted a sample from Clements Court tower, which is the only cladded high-rise in the Borough that has used “Aluminium Composite Materials” [ACM].

We were informed late last night by the DCLG that the sample of the outer ‘Aluminium Composite Material’ [ACM] cladding used on Clements Court tower has failed the Building Research Establishment [BRE] combustion test."

The outer shell cladding is made up of two thin aluminium sheets with polyethylene filler in between them.

However, the insulation material behind this outer cladding is a ‘rockwool’ material which is a non-combustible product, unlike the case of the Grenfell Tower, where the insulation was a combustible type.

The system at Clements Court also differs from that at Grenfell Tower in so far as there was no interference with the interior of the building as part of the installation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:07 pm  

Hotpoint says it's working with authorities after it was confirmed one of its fridge freezers started the Grenfell Tower fire.

The company wants to look at the appliance involved, and says anyone with two specific types should contact them.

In a statement, Whirlpool, which owns Hotpoint, says "words cannot express our sorrow at this terrible tragedy".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Bosses at Whirlpool have expressed their sadness after one of their fridge freezers was revealed as the cause of the Grenfell Tower fire.

The company is the parent company of Hotpoint.

It was only last year that the London Fire Brigade asked Whirlpool to change its advice to customers after a tower blaze in Shepherd’s Bush

A tumble dryer was found to be the cause of that fire.

Whirlpool’s advice at the time was “people could use the appliances whilst waiting for a modification as long as they aren’t unattended.”

The London Fire Brigade wanted this changed so people wouldn’t use their dryers at all while awaiting safety checks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:53 pm  

A warning is going out after a woman was grabbed in a graveyard in Stanwell on Wednesday night.

She was making her way home from Ashford station at around 11.30pm.

As she walked through St Mary’s Church she was grabbed from behind by a man.

The suspect is described as around 5ft 8 inches tall, of medium build and had short dark brown hair.

Anyone with any information should contact the police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:35 pm  

The armed forces will parade through the streets on Hounslow on Monday.

It’s to celebrate national Armed Forces Day.

It will feature the 1st Battalion Irish Guard, Ghurkha veterans, Royal British Legion, British Army veterans and cadet forces.

The Mayor of Hounslow, Councillor Sue Sampson, will lead representatives from the council.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Police in Walton hunting a number of suspects



Police want to speak to the people (pictured) about some criminal damage to a car that was parked overnight at Walton Cricket Club car park in Ashley Park Avenue.

The victim left his car, a grey Skoda, in the car park overnight on the 22nd of April and when he returned the following morning he discovered two windows had been smashed and his left wing mirror had been knocked off.

If you recognise any of these people or if you are in the picture please contact Surrey Police on 101 quoting reference 45170041527.

If you don’t want to give your name, information can also be passed anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:56 pm  

A number of care home residents had to be evacuated after fire broke out at their home in Hampton early this morning.

Part of the ground floor and part of the external soffit at Marling Court in Bramble Lane were damaged by the blaze.

An adjoining bin store was completely damaged by fire.

33 people were evacuated from the property as a precaution; the cause of the fire is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:51 pm  

Insulation at Grenfell Tower in North Kensington fails safety tests

Police investigating the Grenfell Tower fire say not only cladding tiles, but also the insulation behind them, have failed fire safety tests.

Meanwhile the government's ordered immediate tests on the model of Hotpoint fridge-freezer which started the fire.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:33 pm  

Rail passengers are being warned an overtime ban by Southern Railway's train drivers will hit up to a quarter of services.

Aslef members will stop picking up extra hours from next Thursday, in a row over driver-only trains.

The company says it plans to run 75% of its weekday services during the two days from the start of that ban.

It's working to improve that figure from the following Monday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:31 pm  

Spelthorne Police are appealing for information after a woman was grabbed in a graveyard in Stanwell in the early hours of yesterday

The woman was making her way home from Ashford Railway station at around 11.30pm.

As she walked through the graveyard of St Mary’s Church on Church Approach she was grabbed from behind by a man.

He is described as around 5ft 8 inches tall, of medium build and had short dark brown hair.

Anyone with any information should contact the police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:26 pm  

There’s more chaos in store for drivers in Kingston and New Malden this weekend.

Kingston Road will be closed all weekend so a crane can be removed from the Cambridge estate, which is undergoing major refurbishment

The last time a crane was removed, drivers reported 4 hour delays, prompting them to ask why it couldn’t have been done overnight.

Ambulance drivers trying to get to Kingston hospital were also severely delayed.

Stay tuned to Jackie for the latest travel across the weekend.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:49 am  

The Battersea Power Station development is facing significant challenges



That’s according to the chairman of Wandsworth Council’s Planning Committee, Richard Field.

At a meeting last night, it was decided that the developer would be allowed to build less affordable homes at the site.

Mr Field says although regrettable, the only other option, was ditching the development altogether.

The Northern Line Tube extension is dependent on the development going ahead.

The escalating cost of restoring the former power station’s famous chimneys is thought to have pushed the development well over budget.

The project is driven by backing from Malaysian property development and investment businesses, S P Setia Berhad, Sime Darby, and Employees Provident Fund.

There has been concern from residents who say they are "being priced out of the area."

A two bed flat starts at £1.3 million.

Cllr Richard Field has released the following statement:

“The escalating cost of restoring the power station building has pushed this entire development project into serious financial trouble and the committee had a very difficult choice between accepting a potentially lower number of affordable homes, or refusing the application and risk losing all of them.

This development also directly funds the Tube extension which is bringing 25,000 jobs to Battersea, so the stakes are extremely high.

I believe we made the right choice and in doing so have safeguarded the delivery of thousands of other affordable homes across the Nine Elms regeneration area which are dependent on the Northern Line Extension being delivered.

This change also means that 386 affordable homes will now be built by the power station developer in 2020, two years earlier than previously planned.

Last year Wandsworth delivered the second highest number of affordable homes among all 33 London boroughs and we would never accept a potential reduction in low cost homes unless the case was overwhelming.

The Mayor of London was asked to engage in this decision-making process several weeks ago but remained completely silent until the day before the committee met when we learned he had commented on this matter via social media rather than contact the council.

Mr Khan of course very recently approved a vast housing development in neighbouring Merton with only 9% affordable housing.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:29 am  

Lord True retires as Leader of Richmond Council




Cllr Nicholas True, Leader of Richmond Council since 2010, announced at the Cabinet meeting last night that he will not be seeking re-election to the Council in 2018.

As a result, he will be stepping down as Leader of Richmond Council on the 4th of July to enable a successor to be elected to lead the administration forward up to and beyond next May.

Speaking afterwards, he said;

“This will leave a big hole in my life. The greatest honour I have ever had was to be trusted by local people and my colleagues to lead this special community for over seven years.

My aim has never been self-promotion, simply to give the best, most dispassionate public service in my power day by day.

While never belittling the need for challenge and counter-challenge in a democracy, I sought to look beyond party interest to take the best decisions in the public interest.

Many of them have been popular, some unpopular, but all were based in solid principle: never promising what we could not achieve, honouring every promise given and trying each day to rise above the negative and follow the creative path, respecting the wonderful inheritance of our borough, but working innovatively for the future.

At an age when many others think of full retirement I find myself with the privilege of a seat in Parliament at a critical time for our country.

I will continue to be active there. We need a more generous-spirited, less angry, more understanding political discourse at every level, less quick to promote division, less prone to instant judgment and more respectful of the ideas and good intent of almost all.

I hope to play my part in that. But I will never forget what I owe my borough and will always work to advance its interests at that level."

Cllr. Lord True was first elected to Richmond Council as a Councillor for East Sheen Ward in 1986.

He was Deputy Leader of the Opposition from 1998-2002, Deputy Leader of the Council from 2002-2006, Leader of the Opposition from 2006-2010 and has led Richmond Council since 2010.

He became a member of the House of Lords in 2010.

He and his wife, Anne-Marie, a local nursery school principal, have lived in East Sheen for over 35 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:47 am  

Airline pilots are angry a planned crackdown on lasers being shone at planes has been dropped by the government

Ministers had said they wanted new laws to jail or heavily fine people who do it - but proposals weren't in the Queen's speech.

Over a thousand laser incidents were reported in 2016

151 of these were over Heathrow airport.

The British Airline Pilots Association says the rate of attacks is dangerously high.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 am  

A man has been arrested in connection to the fatal shooting of Tino Makwanya in Croydon

The 41 year old was arrested at address in Thornton Heath late last night on suspicion of murder.

Police believe that the victim was a passenger when a motorbike, with a pillion passenger, pulled up alongside the car.

Shots were fired on the Croydon flyover, at the junction with Park Lane.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 am  

St Mary’s University in Twickenham has been awarded Silver in Teaching Excellence Framework

The TEF recognises and rewards excellent learning and teaching.

St Mary’s is one of 11 London institutions to receive the award.

The award panel highlighted the university’s commitment to develop excellence in learning and teaching, resources and student-staff ratios.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:39 am  

Recycling Centres across Surrey are going to feel crunch

After the council announced it has to make even more savings.

Bosses want to save as much as £2 million a year at the various sites, but have to put the plan out to the public consultation to get it through.

They're blaming "falling Government spending" for the move.

In total, the authority is looking to save £100 from its overall budget.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:37 am  

Met launch campaign to tackle scooter theft

The Met’s launching a new short, hard hitting film and advertising campaign urging riders of scooters, motorcycles and mopeds to use more security to avoid the theft of their vehicles.

Commissioner Cressida Dick is launching the campaign this morning at a parking bay in Westminster a key borough affected by the theft of scooters.

There’s been an increase in scooter, motorcycle and moped related crime in London and the campaign will target the top scooter theft hotspots including Wandsworth, Lambeth and Hammersmith and Fulham.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:16 am  

Thursday, 22 June 2017

Kate Moss has been immortalised in a nude, armless sculpture

The piece by celebrated artist Edgar Askelovic is on show at London's prestigious Opera Gallery.

It has been entitled MILF.

The supermodel, who grew up in Croydon, was discovered at the age of 14 by a talent scout at New York’s JFK airport in 1988.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:12 pm  

British tennis number one Johanna Konta's Wimbledon preparation's taken a hit

She's out of the Birmingham Classic.

Konta lost her last-16 tie in straight sets to America's Coco Vandeweghe - 6-1, 6-3.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:52 pm  

Kingston University fails to obtain rating for teaching standards

Kingston University has failed to obtain a Gold or even silver rating in the Government’s first official rankings for teaching standards.

The Teaching Excellence Framework has been set up by ministers to encourage universities to deliver good tutoring.

Kingston received a Bronze rating.

This means the TEF Panel judged that “it delivers teaching, learning and outcomes for its students that meet rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education.”

This is in comparison to a Gold award which says a university “delivers consistently outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for its students. It is of the highest quality found in the UK.”

The rating is valid for up to 3 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:54 pm  

A 54-year-old man from Ashtead has been found guilty of a number of recent sexual assaults on a girl under the age of 13-years-old.



Mark Stephen Cole was found guilty of three counts of engaging in non-penetrative sexual activity with a girl under 13 years.

He was sentenced to an immediate term of imprisonment of four years and on release will be subject to lifetime registration as a sex offender.

The offences took place throughout 2015 in the Dorking and Ashtead areas.

It transpired during the trial that he also has ties to the Hampshire area.

Commenting on the outcome DC Tony Morrey from Surrey Police said: “I hope this guilty verdict and sentence will in some way help the young girl to come to terms with what’s happened and move on with her life. She had the courage to report Cole’s vile offending to an adult despite the fact that he made her swear not to tell anyone and I’d like to commend her bravery in coming forward."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Southern Rail's infrastructure has been described as being in "poor and unreliable" condition.

A delayed report into the company's performance by Network Rail director Chris Gibb also criticises unions for industrial action over driver-only trains.

But he thinks the government, owners Govia Thameslink and Network Rail, have also been aware of the strain the system's under.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Workers at three rail operators will go on strike next month.

Members of the RMT union on Southern, Merseyrail and Arriva Rail North will walk out for between one and three days in July.

They're involved in a long-running row over staffing and plans for driver-only trains.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:54 pm  

Nearly two thirds of UK road users would support a scrappage system for older diesel cars and vans as a way to eliminate high polluting vehicles.

That’s according to a survey by IAM RoadSmart.

Over 80% of those surveyed agreed that fitting retro buses, coaches and black cabs with new equipment should take priority.

However 75% of people said that drivers have an individual responsibility to drive in a more eco friendly manner.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:07 pm  

It's understood former Inter Milan and Ajax boss Frank De Boer has been offered the Crystal Palace job.

The Premier League side are looking for a replacement for Sam Allardyce, who resigned after keeping them in the top flight last season.

Former Barcelona and Rangers defender De Boer won the Dutch title four times in charge of Ajax.

But he was fired by Inter last year after just three months in charge.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:58 pm  

We’re being warned against swimming in the Thames to cool off.

It’s after a 17 year old boy got into difficulties at Hampton Court yesterday evening.

The air ambulance was called just before 7 o’clock and he was pulled to safety, though his condition is unknown.

The RNLI always advises against swimming in the Thames due to its cold temperature and fast flowing undercurrent.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:17 pm  

Former Chelsea midfielder Oscar's been banned for eight games after triggering a mass brawl in a Chinese Super League match.

In a game between his club Shanghai SIPG and Guangzhou, Oscar twice kicked the ball at opponents deliberately.

After they retaliated, he fell to the ground and a fight broke out - three other players have been suspended as well.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Trinity Hospice in Clapham has introduced a new challenge of events for September.

It comprises a 56-mile cycle from London to Brighton and an open water swim around the Serpentine in Hyde Park.

Trinity must raise £9 million each year in order to continue its services free of charge to over 2,000 patients and their families

It receives only a quarter of its funding from the NHS.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

Children asked to go #GreenforGrenfell



Children are being asked to “go green for Grenfell” tomorrow.

Schools including Thomas’s in Clapham, are asking them to wear something green to show their support.

Youngsters there wore green today to kick start the solidarity campaign.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:14 pm  

Camden Council is to remove cladding from all of its tower blocks with immediate effect.

It follows the news that 600 high-rise blocks in England could be covered in similar material to Grenfell Tower.

Camden says 5 blocks in its Chalcots estate are not fitted “to the standard it commissioned.”

Meanwhile, the Norbiton based Fire Brigades' Union has sent a letter to MPs, raising concerns about cuts.

Matt Wrack from the FBU says it's led to a drop in things like home safety checks.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

A teenage swimmer is in critical condition in hospital after being rescued from the River Thames near Hampton Court.

The 17-year-old boy was pulled from the water just before 7 o'clock last night where he was airlifted to hospital.

Police say they are awaiting information on his condition
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:36 pm  

A YMCA volunteer in Wimbledon has won the Merton Partnership Young Volunteer of the Year Gold Award.

Cat Tanganhito has helped hundreds of people develop their musical abilities.

She is responsible for setting up equipment, running the sound desk, as well as teaching individuals how to play music.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:32 pm  

Justine Greening has revealed she lost out on a bank job because she ordered at an Italian restaurant in English
The Education Secretary and MP for Putney told the Daily Mail how the bosses expected her to be confident enough to speak the language.

She said more companies neede to attract candidates from a wide range of upbringings.

She added her interview was an example of “unconscious bias” against candidates from working class backgrounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:09 pm  

Boris Becker has been declared bankrupt at the High Court.

The three-times Wimbledon winner, who lives mainly at his property on Wimbledon Common, instructed lawyers to ask for an adjournment.

He wanted to raise £6 million euros through re-mortgaging a property in Majorca.

A judge dismissed his request saying there was no credible evidence he'd repay his debt soon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:27 am  

Less than 25% of people believe that social media does a good job in separating fact from fiction

That’s according to Reuter’s latest digital news report.

Comparatively, 40% of people thought that the news media clearly differentiated between real and fake news.

The data was collected from over 30 countries and five continents.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:24 am  

Restaurant in Surbiton leading the way when it comes to equal employment opportunities



It’s estimated just 6% of working age people with a learning disability in the UK are in paid employment.

Employers nationwide are now being urged to take on more people with disabilities.

The owners of Langley’s restaurant in Surbiton, are now trying to get other workplaces to follow its lead.

A quarter of staff there have a disability, including Hannah Engall, who works as a barista.

It takes her two hours to get to work, but she says that wouldn’t have stopped her from applying for a job.



Owner Miranda Hoogewerf says although she can see why some business owners are reluctant to employ someone with a disability, it can be done in time.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:12 am  

Did you know the Rhinoceros beetle can lift over 800 times its own body weight?



The life of the humble beetle is being put under the spotlight in Richmond next month.

The Beetle Mania show is aimed at children aged between 7 and 12, to try and encourage their interest in the every day insect.

It’s being held at Richmond Adult Community College on July the 8th.

It's being organised by the Environment Trust.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 am  

A new taskforce set up to tackle fly-tipping in Croydon has already issued 44 fines

Launched in April, it is among the latest initiatives from Don’t Mess with Croydon campaign to clear the borough of waste.

The new team focuses solely on fly-tipping using intelligence from residents and agencies to carry out covert operations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:02 am  

Guinness World Record attempt in Kingston for Weir-Archer Athletes

Athletes in Kingston have been involved in a Guinness World Record attempt.

Wheelchair racers and cyclists from the Weir-Archer Academy based at Kingsmeadow Stadium joined forces to wheel a combined 1300 miles in a single day of continuous activity.

While the cyclists pedalled to the coast and back travelling 150 miles each, the wheelchair athletes lead by Paralympian David Weir needed to complete a relay of 250 miles.

The figures at the end of a gruelling day in sweltering temperatures indicate the athletes have been successful in their attempt.

The Weir-Archer Academy are now awaiting official ratification.

Radio Jackie's Natalie Osborne was at Kingsmeadow Stadium and watched the event unfold. She caught up with Paralympian David Weir and Coach Jenny Archer at the completion of the challenge:



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:18 am  

Campaigners at Heathrow are angry about the Queen's Speech

Anti - Heathrow expansion campaigners are angry about the lack of a mention for the airport in the Queen’s Speech yesterday.

Members of the No Third Runway Coalition say they hope this means that expansion is off the table.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Police appeal for witnesses to a motorcycle theft in East Molesey last weekend

Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after a motorcycle theft in East Molesey.

It was taken outside Neil’s Wheels bike shop on Walton Road at around 3pm on Saturday afternoon.

Two riders approached the shop on a black moped. The passenger then took the Honda bike that was parked on the pavement and they rode off down Matham Road.

On leaving the shop, one of the men nearly collided with a man and two children. Police are keen to speak with this man.

Rider 1 - 5ft 3, small frame and skinny build with tanned white skin, black eyebrows and bright blue eyes. He was wearing all black clothing with a full black face helmet and balaclava.

Rider 2 - 5ft 3 and of medium build. He was wearing a white t-shirt and blue baggy shorts, his helmet was white and he also had a balaclava on.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Woman fined after pretending to collect money in Southfields for a children's charity

A 55-year-old woman has been fined after she fraudulently pretended to be collecting money for a children’s charity.

Philomena Akintan has been given an £850 fine and a six week suspended sentence.

Last June, she was spotted collecting money for the CLIC Sargent charity at Southfields Tube Station, whilst Wimbledon was on.

Checks with the charity showed that they had no record of her, the collection or any money received.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 am  

Chief Executive of Kensington and Chelsea council resigns over response to fire

The chief executive of Kensington and Chelsea council has resigned amid criticism over the borough’s response to the Grenfell Tower fire.

Nicholas Holgate said last week’s fire in North Kensington, which left at least 79 people dead was ‘heart-breaking’ but his presence would be a ‘distraction.’

Families left homeless have been staying in hotels and B&Bs, however residents said the Council had provided little support.

The Prime Minister has also faced criticism after failing to meet survivors straight away, she’s expected to make a statement in the House of Commons later.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 am  

NSPCC and on-screen groomer talk to children at school in Twickenham as abuse reports rise

Reports of children being emotionally abused has increased by 39% in London in the past two years according to the NSPCC.

The number of contacts to its Helpline from concerned people has risen from 779 in 2015 to over 1,000 last year.

Chris Harper, who plays groomer Nathan Curtis in Coronation Street, visited Heathfield Infant School in Twickenham on Friday.

He was there with the NSPCC to talk to the youngsters about the importance of speaking out no matter what their problem is.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

Emergency crews attend incident in river near Hampton Court Palace

Emergency services are attending to an incident near Hampton Court Palace.

Two fire engines, several ambulances, lifeboats and police cars are currently at the scene.

They arrived there at around 6.50 last night with the air ambulance landing nearby.

The Met Police has confirmed that a person has been pulled out of the water.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:25 am  

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Victims of fire in North Kensington have received first payout from government

Almost half a million pounds has been paid out by the government to victims of the Grenfell Tower fire in North Kensington.

68 permanent flats have been made available, along with more than 160 temporary properties.

The Grenfell Tower Recovery Taskforce, which the prime minister chaired this afternoon has reiterated that all those left homeless will be rehoused in the local area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:35 pm  

Missing 86-year old man from Croydon last seen at St Helier Hospital


Police are appealing for help to find a missing man from Croydon.

86-year old Kenneth Davis was last seen at St Helier Hospital at around 3pm.

There is an image of him on our website, radiojackie.com/news.

Anyone who has seen him is urged to call police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:29 pm  

Missing from Croydon


Police are appealing for help to find a 26 year old man who is missing from Croydon.

Hussain Tarakhel, was last seen leaving his home in Purley at 9:30pm on Sunday the 18 June.

Hussain, originally from Afghanistan, is 5ft 9ins tall, of medium build and has short black hair.

He was last seen wearing a thigh length ‘black tunic’ and loose fitting dark coloured trousers.

Anyone with information is asked call 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:50 pm  

Heat causes problems in South West London

Richmond police say they’ve received several 999 calls to people jumping in the Thames.

They are issuing an alert asking that members of the public do not jump into water

And London Ambulance service says calls have soared by 46% as London swelters in a temperature of over thirty four degrees celsius.

They are asking people not to phone in asking for advice about coping with the heat.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:15 pm  

Heathrow airport expansion not in Queen's Speech

And a leading Heathrow campaigner says expansion at the London airport wasn’t mentioned in the Queen’s Speech.

Rob Barnstone Campaign Coordinator of the No Third Runway Coalition says the Tories made a weak reference to it in their manifesto.

That’s despite a background briefing of 82 pages given out to explain in greater detail the government's plans for Heathrow airport.

Campaigners have also flagged up the mayor of London’s launch of opposition to Heathrow expansion hitting out at dreadful air quality.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:43 pm  

The weather has made history this afternoon.

The high temperature in West London has hit the expected 33.9 degrees Celsius on the fifth consecutive day temperatures have topped 30.

A similar run hasn't happened in June since 1995.

Forecasters are expecting 32 in Kew and Hammersmith, with 34 reached at Heathrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:45 pm  

A woman has been sexually assaulted at Balham underground station.



Details of the incident at 11.15pm on June the 3rd have only just been released.

The suspect grabbed the 25 year old woman inappropriately and then left the station immediately.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:44 pm  

Arrest after teens flashed in Ewell

A man’s been arrested after exposing himself to two teenage girls on a path near to Kingston Road in Ewell.

It happened last Friday just after 4pm.

A 40 year old man from Epsom has been arrested on suspicion of indecent exposure and – separately – on suspicion of attempted rape in the same place last month.

He’s been released from police custody but is still being investigated.

Anyone with information should ring 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:42 pm  

Safety checks have been carried out Kingston’s Cambridge estate towers after the Grenfell Fire.

Leader of the Council Kevin Davis, says everything looks in order.

100 people were left homeless in 2010 when a woman set fire to her flat in the 15 storey Madingley Block.

No one was injured.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:41 pm  

Hersham Village Hall is to close with immediate effect over fire safety fears.

The adjoining community centre will also close temporarily next week.

The council has apologised for the move, but says it will try and find users alternative facilities.

Inspections were made in the light of the Grenfell disaster.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:40 pm  

68 new social homes in Kensington will be given to victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.

They're part of a new complex, where some apartments can be bought at £8.5 million.

Communities secretary Sajid Javid says the developers have brought in extra staff, so flats can be completed more quickly.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:13 pm  

Raid on Epsom jewellers


Surrey police need witnesses to a smash and grab from a jewellers in Epsom’s Ashley Centre.

The burglars used pick axes to get into the centre late last night.

A number of Tag-Heuer watches were grabbed from a display.

The suspects are all described as slim build - white men in their late teens to early 20's.

The first suspect was wearing a navy sweatshirt with a grey hood, navy tracksuit bottoms with a thick white stripe and white trainers.

He was also wearing gloves and a balaclava.

The second suspect was wearing a grey hooded top, navy coloured tracksuit bottoms with a thick white stripe and distinctive sea

blue/turquoise trainers. He was also wearing bright orange gloves and a balaclava and was carrying a large Sports Direct bag.

The third suspect was wearing all dark clothing with a black or navy hood, tracksuit bottoms with black gloves and dark-coloured trainers.

He was holding a black and grey holdall.

Anyone with information should ring 101 - quoting 4517 006 56 79.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:51 pm  

There's no Wimbledon main draw wild card for Britain's Marcus Willis, despite his heroics last year.

But he has got a place in qualifying.

Ranked 772 in the world in 2016, Willis went through two qualifying tournaments, beat a top-100 player in round one, and then lost to Roger Federer on Centre Court.

Seven British players have been given a free pass into the main draw.

They include Heather Watson, Naomi Broady, Laura Robson and James Ward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:47 pm  

Stars from the world of motor sport will be heading to Sandown Park in Esher later.

Damon Hill’s Karting Challenge is in its 6th year and raises vital funds for charity Halow.

Led by the 1996 Formula 1 World Champion, there will be teams from London and Surrey businesses taking part in a Le Man’s style endurance race.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:28 pm  

A reward of £2,000 is being offered to anyone who can identify a cyclist who lifted the barriers at North Sheen level crossing.



The man lifted his bike over the crossing in Manor Road on the 11th of May; seconds later, a train sped past.

Crimestoppers, which is offering the reward, says the act has left the train driver with "psychological trauma".

Commuters who witnessed the incident, apparently pleaded with the man to wait.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:27 pm  

Wimbledon Wild Cards

Seven British tennis players have been given wild cards into the main singles draw at Wimbledon.

Heather Watson, Naomi Broady, Laura Robson and James Ward are the most high profile of them.

Cameron Norrie, Brydan Klein and Katie Boulter can also prepare for the most prestigious grand slam of the year without going through qualifying.

Germany's former world number two Tommy Haas, who's now 39, is among the others to receive direct entry - with more to be announced.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:22 am  

Experts from Epsom and St Helier host special drop in for catheter users.

Experts from Epsom and St Helier hospitals are hosting a special drop in for all catheter users today.

It’s to mark Catheter Awareness Week which runs until Saturday.

The event at Banstead Community Hall will feature talks on travelling with a catheter, preventing infections and dealing with emergencies.

Healthcare professionals are urging patients to come forward and discuss their issues to avoid serious problems.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:18 am  

A woman from Croydon who targeted two vulnerable care home residents has been jailed for over 2 years.

52 year old Tracey Sell stole cash and fraudulently purchased items using her victims’ bank cards.

Sell started working at a care home for vulnerable adults in Whyteleafe in September 2013.

Over 27 months, she took cash and made unauthorised purchases using their bank cards with a combined total of over £20,000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:15 am  

A woman from Croydon is jailed.

A woman from Croydon who targeted vulnerable care home residents and stole cash has been jailed for 27 months.

52 year old Tracy Sell was sentenced on Monday at Guildford Crown Court where she pleaded guilty to 12 counts of fraud.

For more than two years Sell took cash from two residents and made unauthorised purchases using their bank cards with a combined total of over £20,000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:13 am  

The founder of a charity in Sunbury is celebrating her new MBE status.

Lucy Mayer has this report.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:11 am  




Police in Battersea continue to appeal for witnesses one year on from the murder of Matthew Kitandwe.

The 18 year was stabbed outside Wayford Street on the 21st June last year.

Despite numerous arrests nobody has ever been charged with his murder.

A reward of £10,000 is being offered by the independent charity Crimestoppers for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of those responsible.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:45 am  

Gang Crime in Croydon under the spotlight.

Gang crime is coming under the spotlight in Croydon.

The council has set up a new action plan to target violent crime on the streets, as well as sexual offences and anti - social behaviour.

The plan will run between now and 2020.

Extra police are to patrol in well known crime hotspots as well.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:20 am  

Richmond seeks assurances of borough's tower blocks following Grenfell.

Richmond Council has been seeking assurances all of the borough’s tower blocks are fire safe following the Grenfell Tower disaster.

The Council sold all of its social housing stock to Richmond Housing Partnership in 2009.

The RHP has confirmed that two 15 storey blocks have recently been clad with “highly fire resistant” materials.

The other tall building in its ownership, the nine-storey block Peldon Court in Sheen Road, is not clad.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:19 am  

MP for Croydon South isn't concerned at the lack of deal between Tories and DUP

The government's plans for the next parliament will be set out in the Queen's speech this morning - but Theresa May still doesn't know if she has the backing to get them through.

She needs the support of the 10 DUP MPs - but they're yet to agree to a deal.

Conservative MP Chris Philp isn't concerned:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Former Chelsea boss denies owing tax to Spanish authorities

Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he paid over £23million in taxes during his time in Spain - after a prosecutor accused him of tax fraud.

In a statement, he says authorities in the country previously confirmed he'd paid everything he had to from his three years in charge of Real Madrid.

Mourinho is alleged to owe £2.9million.

He says he's not been contacted by any officials over the issue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 am  

Authorities promise to do more for Grenfell Tower victims

Authorities in west London have promised to do more for those affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster.

It's a week since the huge fire that killed at least 79 people - and destroyed the homes of hundreds of survivors.

Kensington and Chelsea Borough Council faced strong criticism for its initial response.

Zeinab Jafari's relative is missing, and says she's felt support has been inadequate.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:43 am  

Residents of Grenfell Tower chose fire-resistent cladding... but were ignored

There are fresh claims about the cladding used on Grenfell Tower, where at least 79 people died in last week's fire in North Kensington.

Sky News has seen a document showing residents chose a fire-resistant material during the initial refurb plans - but the cladding later fitted wasn't.

Cheap plastic cladding is banned on tower blocks under building regulations - unless the scheme designer submits an assessment to allow its use.

Niall Rowan's a fire safety expert.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

Heathrow and Wisley were the hottest places in the UK today

The hottest places in the UK today were Heathrow Airport and Wisley in Surrey.

Temperatures at both peaked at 31.4 degrees Celsius at around 3pm.

Many places across the south of England hit 30 degrees.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Simon Cowell to release charity single for Grenfell Tower victims

A charity single organised by Simon Cowell to raise money for those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire will be released tomorrow.

Craig David, Robbie Williams and Emeli Sande are among the artists who feature on the cover of Simon and Garfunkel's Bridge Over Troubled Water.

It was recorded at Sarm Studios in west London - not far from the tower block.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:13 pm  

Tesco computer glitch affects Esher's online shoppers

Tesco admits thousands of home deliveries have been delayed or cancelled because of a computer glitch.

The supermarket chain's apologised for the issue, which is affecting fewer than 10% of orders.

The news comes as Citizens Advice Esher is warning that a third of general online shoppers in the area are having their goods arrive late.

A new report from the charity has revealed 38% of people are also seeing parcels arrive late, even if they’ve paid premium delivery.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:04 pm  

Andy Murray's suffered a shock first round defeat at the Queen's Club tennis

World tennis number one Andy Murray's been knocked out in the first round at Queen's Club.

The defending champion lost 7-6, 6-2 to Jordan Thompson who's ranked 90th.

The Australian had been a late replacement for Aljaz Bedene who pulled out with a wrist injury.

Murray's struggled for form as he builds up to his Wimbledon title defence next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:15 pm  

NHS workers in Croydon are to receive special training about gangs.

The announcement was made at a council meeting last night.

Teachers will also meet with a new advisory group to help them stop pupils bringing weapons like knives to school.

It’s hoped an anti - knife campaign will reach 3,000 children a year in the borough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:15 pm  

Part of the Hammersmith and City line was suspended earlier over fears for the structure of the Grenfell Tower block.

It was halted between Wood Lane and Edgware Road.

The tracks pass very close to the tower; a massive recovery operation is on-going there.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Surrey's Fire Services should not be lost in light of Grenfell Tower

"Lives could be in danger if Surrey County Council doesn’t reconsider planned cuts to the fire service."

That’s according to Labour Councillor, Robert Evans, who says lessons need to be learnt after the tragic Grenfell Tower blaze.

He also highlights the plans to cut by half, the fire cover in Spelthorne, reducing the number of pumps at Staines fire station to one.

Mr Evans says people are fearful.



Surrey County Council says "due to severe strain our budgets under all services, not just fire, have to make savings while continuing to deliver excellent, high quality services.”

A spokesman also says Staines will remain open until the brand new Ashford base is completed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Andy Murray's still waiting to get on court in the first round at Queen's Club.

The world tennis number one will face Australian Jordan Thompson.

It's after his countryman Aljaz Bedene withrdrew because of a wrist injury.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 pm  

Twickenham's newly elected Lib Dem MP is hopeful of becoming party leader

The 74 year old, who lost his seat in 2015, won it back a few weeks ago.

He insists he has "the energy" to lead the party through Brexit.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:49 pm  

British tennis number three Dan Evans is running out of time to get fit for Wimbledon.

His hopes of playing at the season's next Grand Slam have taken a hit - after being forced to pull out of next week's tournament in Eastbourne.

Evans is already missing Queen's Club with a calf injury.

Wimbledon begins on the 3rd of July.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:38 pm  

Britain could be on the verge of the longest spell of hot June weather for more than 20 years as the current heat wave continues.

If highs in West London tomorrow hit the expected 34 degrees Celsius, it'll be the fifth consecutive day temperatures have topped 30.

Heathrow is expecting the 34, but areas like Kew and Hammersmith are only expecting 32.

A similar run hasn't happened in June since 1995.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

British tennis player James Ward's been knocked out in the first round at Queen's Club.

The wildcard lost to French qualifier Julien Benneteau 6-2, 6-2.

Andy Murray's on court soon against Australian Jordan Thompson.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:54 pm  

An urgent review of South West London’s tower blocks is underway following the Grenfell Tower blaze.

Councils including Hounslow and Lambeth have called in specialist teams to carry out fire safety checks.

7 out of Hounslow’s 35 blocks have rain screen cladding installed on them.

But residents are being reassured it is different to the cladding that allegedly caused the fire to spread at Grenfell.

Croydon’s already said it is going to retrofit sprinklers in all of its 25 tower blocks higher than 10 storeys at an estimated cost of £10 million

16 of its blocks have cladding installed and tests are being carried out on them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:50 pm  

Adele has thanked firefighters involved in the response to the Grenfell Tower blaze by offering them cake.



She joined a minute's silence at a fire station in Chelsea and gave them cups of tea and a cuddle.

She was thanked by staff for the unannounced visit, who said she was "wonderfully grounded and caring".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:19 pm  

Reaction to news Sir Vince Cable will run for Lib Dem leadership

Sir Vince Cable's announced he plans to run to be the new Liberal Democrat leader.

The 74 year old Twickenham MP says he's ready to commit his 'energy, enthusiasm and experience' to the role.

He took on the role of Business Secretary during the coalition.

Tim Farron announced his decision to stand down last week.

Political correspondent Lewis Goodall isn't surprised Sir Vince is running.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:03 pm  

"High temperature" to blame for train delays

First it was leaves on the tracks, then there was too much rain, now it’s the high temperatures that are causing problems for commuters.

Network Rail has imposed speed restrictions of 20 miles per hour around St Helier in Carshalton due to the hot weather.

It says it’s necessary due to the high track temperatures.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:57 pm  

Merton's youngest volunteer putting the rest of us to shame

Merton’s youngest volunteer is still going strong, at the tender age of just 3 years old.

Jago Conway-Hughes attends the Wimbledon Guild every week with his mum to spend time with the charity’s elderly visitors.

He chats and plays games with them while Lisa makes the teas and coffees.

His little sister Kiki also attends, keeping the elderly visitors entertained.

Mum Lisa says the life lessons there are all learning are invaluable.





posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:53 pm  

Police are hunting for three men after a burglary in Wimbledon



Jewellery and an antique coin collection were stolen from the home on Durnsford Road last month.

CCTV footage released today shows the suspects approaching the property, they notice the camera and cut the wires.

Detective Constable Previous Meechok Maingarm, of Merton CID, who is leading the investigation, said:

"We have very clear pictures of the three men we would like to speak to following this burglary and I am sure someone will recognise them. If you have any information that could assist the investigation please contact police."

Anyone with information is asked to call Merton CID on 020 8649 3069 or by tweeting at @MetCC.

To give information anonymously contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or visit crimestoppers-uk.org. 0800 555 111.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:26 am  

Statement from Twickenham MP Vince Cable as he announces Lib Dem leadership intention



Today I am announcing that I will be a candidate in the forthcoming Liberal Democrat leadership election.

I wanted to do so on Lib Dem Voice, the leading forum for discussion amongst our membership.

With 20 years on the national political stage I am passionate as ever about our liberal values.

I am ready to commit my energy, enthusiasm and experience to the task of leading the Liberal Democrats through what will be a period of chronic uncertainty.

With the prospect of another election looming large, we must be ready for the fight.

Brexit negotiations have begun.

The government is split and weakened; Labour is equivocal about Europe.

The Liberal Democrats alone have a consistent and principled, outward looking, and approach to the issue.

We must fight for the British public to have a final say on the government’s deal with a chance to stay in the EU if the deal is not good enough.

To achieve this, we will need to work with like-minded people in other parties.

As Shadow Chancellor I secured a hard-won hearing for the party on the economy, warning of the 2008 financial crisis which has been a source of economic weakness, great inequality and political anger ever since.

In government for five years as Secretary of State for Business I created a distinctive Lib Dem vision for the economy with a long-term industrial strategy, promotion of science and innovation, banking reform, investment in young people via apprenticeships and the promotion of socially responsible capitalism.

With the economy approaching the Brexit iceberg, Liberal Democrats need more than ever to warn of the dangers ahead and the need for a new course.

As a socially progressive party we must build on our good policies in support of public services.

The NHS, especially mental health, and social care and schools are now under severe financial pressure.

Our campaigning on these issues, and others, like the environment, must be national and at community level, building on a long tradition which created the party’s local government base.

With a clear voice and a clear message on these issues, we can rebuild our vote share and representation nationally, in local government, the Scottish parliament and the Welsh and London assemblies.

There are big opportunities ahead.

The Conservatives are in disarray and in retreat.

The Labour Party outperformed expectations but complacently believes that ‘one more heave’ will see it into office.

But an economic policy based on offering lots of free things lacks economic credibility and will be found out.

Investing in infrastructure, rather than borrowing for everyday running costs is credible.

There is a big space in British politics which I am determined that we should occupy.

Vince Cable MP
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:18 am  

BREAKING: Twickenham MP Sir Vince Cable announces he is standing to replace Tim Farron as Liberal Democrat leader
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

Richmond residents told to check before visiting outdoor pool

As a result of the warm weather and high demand for a cooling dip, residents are encouraged to check the Council’s website or social media before visiting Pools on the Park to ensure that the outdoor pool has not reached its bather capacity level.

Yesterday, the Grade II listed pool in Old Deer Park has reached capacity by 3pm, meaning people were turned away.

The council says there is also currently a high demand for the ongoing term-time programme of swimming lessons, school swimming lessons, fitness classes and gym use.

Therefore, if the capacity is reached, the Pool facilities may close to additional customers at short notice.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

The “barely there” dress that got Amanda Holden into hot water with viewers is not going to be investigated by broadcast regulator Ofcom.

The watchdog confirmed it had hundreds of complaints after the presenter from Barnes wore it on one of the family friendly BGT finals.

But a spokesman said it “will not be taking any further action as the judge’s outfit ‘would not have exceeded most viewers' expectations.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:12 am  

Surrey’s head of Police is calling for unity.

David Munro says “an attack on any community is an attack on us all.”

He says the team will be reaching out to its Muslim communities in order to demonstrate its support for them.

There are over 2,000 officers in the Surrey force, including 182 special constables.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:11 am  

Kingston’s MP says he is giving some “serious thought” to standing in the Lib Dem leadership contest.

Newly re-elected Ed Davey says he was planning on backing Jo Swinson; but she’s confirmed she won’t be running to succeed Tim Farron.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:11 am  

Nine out of ten A&E departments are failing to identify young people with alcohol problems

That’s according to new research conducted by professors at the University of Surrey, who looked at 147 departments nationwide.

They concluded that 85% of don’t routinely ask youngsters admitted about their alcohol consumption.

This is a contravention of NICE guidelines, which say identifying if alcohol has been consumed, is useful for detecting alcohol problems.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:34 am  

People living near the Thames in South West London are being urged to be more “water aware”

This week is annual Drowning Prevention Week.

A campaign is running in schools, clubs and leisure centres across Richmond to raise awareness of the dangers of the water.

21 miles of River runs through the borough.

One person drowns every 20 hours in UK waters, and it’s thought 50% of people who drown had no intention of even entering it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:42 am  

It's understood Antonio Conte is close to signing a new contract with Chelsea

The Italian boss has two years left on his existing deal but would be rewarded for guiding the club to the Premier League title.

It was reported last week that Conte is unhappy at Chelsea - but that was quickly denied by the English champions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:11 am  

Andy Murray starts his grass court season today

Andy Murray begins his grass-court tennis season later - which he hopes will end with a third Wimbledon title.

The world number one starts his Queen's Club Championships defence against fellow British player Aljaz Bedene.

Murray says winning the tournament for a sixth time in west London won't be easy.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 am  

Andy Murray to reportedly donate prize money to victims of Grenfell Tower fire

Andy Murray is reportedly planning to donate prize money from the Queen's Club Championships to help people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.

According to some of today's newspapers, the world number one tennis star will hand over a cheque of more than £346,000 if he wins his sixth title.

The tournament gets under way today in west London, just a couple of miles from the burnt-out block of flats.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:26 am  

Police formally identify five of the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire

Detectives investigating the fire at Grenfell Tower can confirm that five victims have now been formally identified in agreement with the Coroner, Dr Fiona Wilcox.

They are:

A 24-year-old woman, Ya-Haddy Sisi Saye, also known as Khadija Saye;

A 65-year-old man, Anthony Disson;

A 39-year-old man, Abufars Ibrahim; and

A 52-year-old woman, Khadija Khalloufi

All five victims were residents of Grenfell Tower. Post-mortem examinations are being conducted at Westminster Mortuary.

The families of all five victims have been informed, and are being supported by specially trained family liaison officers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:12 am  

Local Labour Councillor calls for reverse of planned fire service cuts

All planned cuts to the fire service in Surrey must be halted in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy says Labour County Councillor, Robert Evans.

Speaking this week, Cllr Evans said. 'There will be many lessons that must be learnt from the tragedy.”

Staines Fire Station, which is scheduled to close, is situated in Mr Evans' electoral division.

He says “To continue with these dangerous plans would be a betrayal of local people and an insult to the victims of Grenfell Tower in Kensington.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:46 am  

Government response to Grenfell Tower re-homing claims

The Government says reports of survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire being offered homes hundreds of miles away are false.

The prime minister insists she's been reassured the commitment to re-house people within the same or neighbouring borough in west London will be met within a three week deadline.

The first £5,000 payments were made to residents yesterday.

But Rochelle Thomas, who lives near the tower block, claims people aren't getting the support they need.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 am  

Battersea mosque receives messages of support after north London terror attack

The man suspected of deliberately driving a van into a crowd of worshippers outside a mosque is understood to be Darren Osborne - a 47-year-old father of four.

Muslims were targeted in Finsbury Park in north London as they left Ramadan prayers on Sunday night.

It happened just a week after the Mayor of London warned of a rise in Islamophobia.

Mohammad Abbas Choudry is from Battersea Mosque, which has been receiving messages of support.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:14 am  

Charlie Gard from Bedfont to continue to receive treatment while application is reviewed

European judges have told doctors to keep terminally-ill baby Charlie Gard on life-support until they've considered a new application from his parents about his care.

The 10-month old from Bedfont suffers from a rare genetic condition and has brain damage.

Specialists in London say his treatment should stop, but his mum and dad have gone to the European Court of Human Rights because they want him to have therapy in America.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

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