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Saturday, 3 December 2016

Student arrested for University fire

A student has been arrested on suspicion of starting a series of fires at a university.

It is believed several blazes were started deliberately in dormitories at Royal Holloway University, Surrey Police said.

Students were evacuated from the Grade I listed campus in Egham at around 20:00 GMT on Thursday.

A 21-year-old was arrested on suspicion of carrying out arson with intent to endanger life.

He remains in hospital where he is being treated.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:38 pm  

Two people seriously injured at a football match in West Byfleet

Police are appealing for witnesses following an incident which left two people with serious injuries at a football match in West Byfleet.

Officers were called to the Recreation ground off Camp Hill Road at around 2.30 this afternoon to reports of an altercation involving a group of people.

Two men were taken to hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries.

Police are urging anyone with information to contact them on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:25 pm  

Non-league Sutton are into the third round of the FA Cup - after a shock 2-1 win over League Two Cheltenham.

The National League outfit scored a 96th minute winner at Gander Green Lane.

Among the other matches, Karl Robinson's first match in charge of Charlton saw them draw nil-nil with his former club MK Dons.

The two League One teams will meet again in a replay.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:51 pm  

Crystal Palace lifted some of the pressure on manager Alan Pardew - ending a run of six straight Premier League defeats with a 3-nil win over Southampton.

They move up to thirteenth in the table.

Afterwards Pardew was asked if he could breathe a sigh of relief at full time.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:27 pm  

Animal rescues have cost the London Fire Brigade £1.8 million over the past six years.

The call-outs were uncovered using Freedom of Information requests, which revealed that almost half of the calls were for cats, costing £900 thousand.

Nearly £2,000 was spent saving a puppy trapped on a frozen lake in Richmond Park.

And last year, crews were called to a squirrel trapped in a satellite dish in Wandsworth.

But the Brigade has said the number of animal rescue call-outs has dropped by 20 per cent since launching its campaign urging people to call the RSCPA about animals in danger.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:16 pm  

Chelsea have "apologised profusely" to Gary Johnson after he claimed he was sexually abused at the club in the 1970s.

In a statement, the Premier League side says he "suffered unacceptably" as a youth team player.

The Football Association's announced it will carry out a review into wider claims of abuse by former players.

These fans at Chelsea's game against Manchester City earlier say they don't have much faith in the investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:11 pm  

Football ud

Crystal Palace have eased the pressure on manager Alan Pardew - with a 3-nil win over Southampton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:06 pm  

Bath centre Jonathon Joseph talks about England's win today:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:04 pm  

England now have a record-equalling fourteen straight victories - after beating Australia 37-21 in their rugby union autumn international at Twickenham.

Thirteen of those have come under head coach Eddie Jones - who took charge just over a year ago.

The side's next match will be at home to France in the Six Nations - in early February.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

It’s Small Business Saturday.

The campaign is taking place across Feltham, Hounslow and Elmbridge and encourages people to shop locally.

MP for Feltham and Heston, Seema Malhotra, told us about the importance of today.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:15 pm  

The Professional Footballers' Association says another 17 former players have come forward with claims they were sexually abused in the sport.

It says it already knew of 20 cases, such as ex-Chelsea player Gary Johnson, but the latest alleged victims say they wish to remain anonymous.

Michael Bennett is the PFA's head of player welfare.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:45 pm  

A Richmond police officer has been charged with attempted rape.

30 year old James McKibbin is due to appear in court on Monday.

The alleged offence did not take place while he was on duty, and is said to have happened in 2012.

He’s currently on restricted duties.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:26 pm  

Man charged with murder after assault in immigration centre near Heathrow

A man's appeared in court charged with murder after an assault at an immigration facility near Heathrow Airport.

Zana Yusif is accused of attacking Tarek Chowdhury at the centre in Harmondsworth on Thursday.

The 64-year-old was taken to hospital following the incident, where he later died.

Mr Yusif is due before the Old Bailey later this month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:13 pm  

Chelsea have extended their winning run in the Premier League to eight games.

The leaders came from 1-0 down to get a 3-1 victory at Manchester City.

Edin Hazard scored the final goal for the visitors in the 90th minute.

He says it's a satisfying result.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:08 pm  

Chelsea are four points clear at the top of the Premier League - for now - after a 3-1 win at Manchester City.

It's Antonio Conte's side's eighth straight top flight victory.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:31 pm  

Small Business Saturday takes over Hounslow

People are being urged to shop locally as Small Business Saturday takes place across Hounslow today.

This Saturday is known at the busiest shopping day of the year with just two full weekends left before Christmas Eve.

People are being encouraged to think about visiting shops that are on their doorstep in order to boost and support local trade.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:25 pm  

Londoners can get their hands on gold by recycling

Londoners could win hundreds of pounds for recycling properly.

A prize draw is being run by the local waste authorities and recycling teams for the boroughs of Hammersmith and Fulham, Lambeth, Wandsworth, and Kensington & Chelsea.

Those with a lucky ticket attached to a bag of correctly recycled items will win £500 or £250 on 16th December.

The competition encourages people to get their recycling right, since any bags with inappropriate items won’t count.

Tickets can be printed out from the council’s website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:41 pm  

Palace boss comments on the pressure ahead of today's game

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew claims he's not been told he needs a win against Southampton today to save his job.

They've lost their last six Premier League games - and sit just above the relegation zone on goal difference.

The two sides meet at Selhurst Park this afternoon at 3pm.

The pressure's building on Pardew - and he knows he's under scrutiny.



But Pardew insists he hasn't asked for reassurance from the board about his future.





posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:36 am  

England v Australia today at Twickenham - kick off @ 2.30pm

England take on Australia at Twickenham this afternoon looking to equal their all-time record of 14 consecutive rugby union victories.

Captain Dylan Hartley has described this afternoon's game with Australia as a "cup final".

England secured a 3-nil series whitewash away to Australia in the summer.



They're also looking for a 13th straight win since Eddie Jones took charge.

The head coach has exchanged some heated words with his opposite number Michael Cheika in recent days.

But Jones says they're fully focused on the job in hand.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:24 am  

Conte comments on upcoming Chelsea game

Chelsea look to consolidate their place at the top of the Premier League table this afternoon.

Their 7-match winning streak will be put on the line when they travel to Manchester City for a 2.30pm kick off.

The leaders could go 4 points clear at the top with victory against Pep Guardiola's side.

Boss Antonio Conte says he admires City's style of football, and that Chelsea need to remain strong at the back.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:15 am  

Free parking today in Elmbridge to help small businesses

In support of Small Business Saturday, Elmbridge is providing free parking today in its car parks to encourage residents to come out and shop small.

The day is part of a campaign to promote small businesses and get consumers to buy locally.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:10 am  

Orleans House Trust in Twickenham receives £8,000

Orleans House Trust has received £8,000 towards the redevelopment of its Gallery in Twickenham.

It was raised through a joint effort between Tesco and Groundwork which saw grants raised through charging customers 5p per carrier bag.

Refurbishment of the Gallery will include an upper floor extension, lifts accessible entrance, new reception and a gift shop.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:35 am  

Seven more drivers in Sutton convicted

Sutton’s crackdown on Blue Badge fraudsters continues with seven more drivers convicted this week.

All seven drivers pleaded guilty at Croydon Magistrates Court to using Blue Badges that were not their own to park.

More than 2 million disabled people have blue badges in the UK, but disabled parking prosecutions increased by 84% from 2014 to 2015.

Councillor Jill Whitehead said there are limited number of disabled spaces in Sutton and they must be reserved for people who need them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 am  

Woman struck in face with champagne bottle in Epsom

Surrey Police is appealing for witnesses after an 18-year-old woman was hit in the face with a Champagne bottle at a nightclub in Epsom.

The incident happened at Fever on Friday 25th November when the victim argued with a man before he struck her a few minutes before midnight.

The woman was taken to Epsom General Hospital with a broken cheekbone and fractured nose.

The suspect is described as a black or dual heritage man, in his 20s and of a slim build with shaven hair, and was wearing a white top.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:10 am  

Improving IT skills in Croydon
A project in Croydon to improve IT skills is marking its first anniversary by donating 500 recycled council computers to community groups by next summer.

The charity Dot everyone which launched Go On Croydon in November 2015 has helped nearly 3,000 people with free IT access and support.

They’ve also set up 26 digital zones and free wifi in Surrey Street for shoppers.

Research by Lloyds Bank found that the percentage of the local population with basic digital skills rose from 70% to 79% since the project started.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:10 am  

Wandsworth and Putney BIDs for improvement

Putney and Wandsworth town centres are set to get extra cash for promotion and development after businesses voted for them to become Business Improvement Districts.

This means that the businesses will pay a levy to be used to improve the two areas for shoppers and visitors.

In Putney, up to £1.4 million will be generated over 5 years, and in Wandsworth the amount is expected to be over £1 million.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:10 am  

Friday, 2 December 2016

Sadiq Khan Speaks about #RichmondPark By-Election

Zac Goldsmith's political career has taken a major blow, as the Lib Dems claim their by-election win was fuelled by anti-brexit feeling.

Sarah Olney is the new MP for Richmond Park, which voted to remain in the EU, and says the victory sends a clear message to Government.

The former Tory, who she beat for the seat, backed the leave campaign.

London mayor Sadiq Khan also believes that Brexit played a big part in the by-election result:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:22 pm  

Man Arrested for Assault on two 6-year-olds at Legoland won't face further Action

A boy arrested after sex attacks on two young girls at Legoland in Windsor has been told he won't face any further action.

Police have renewed their appeal for a suspect after the assaults on two six-year-olds in August.

A 22-year-old man previously arrested was also released without charge.

Legoland is owned by Merlin Entertainments, who also own Thorpe Park and Chessington World of Adventures.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:14 pm  

Mo Farah Misses out on 'World Athlete of the Year' Award

Former Teddington resident, Mo Farah, has lost out to Usain Bolt for the IAAF's men's world athlete of the year award.

It's the sixth time the Jamaican, who is due to retire next year, has won the prize.

Ethiopian Almaz Ayana picked up the female award in recognition of her world record breaking victory in the 10-thousand metres at the Rio Olympics.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:55 pm  

Missing Teenager thought to be in Epsom, Croydon & South Norwood Area



Surrey Police is looking for a missing teenager believed to be around the Epsom area.

15-year-old Kirsten Marachel went missing from in Nottingham on Saturday 26th November.

She is believed to be in the Epsom, Croydon, South Norwood areas.

Kirsten is described as white, around 5 ft tall, of medium build, brown eyes and possibly dyed red hair.

Anyone with any information as to her whereabouts is asked to contact Surrey Police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:41 pm  

Second Former Chelsea Player Comes Forward with Sex Abuse Claims

A second former Chelsea football player's come forward alleging he was abused by their chief scout, Eddie Heath.

The club is refusing to comment on allegations it paid ex-striker Gary Johnson 50-thousand pounds to keep quiet about historical attacks at the hands of the same man.

Solicitor Tom West says his client - who doesn't want to be identified - told him Heath groped him:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:20 pm  

21-year-old Student Arrested on Suspicion of Starting a Number of Fires in Egham

An investigation’s been launched after a number of fires, thought to be deliberate, were found in university accommodation in Egham.

Surrey Police were called to Royal Holloway at 8pm yesterday following the discovery of the fires within the Founder's Building.

A 21-year-old student was detained nearby shortly afterwards and was arrested on suspicion of arson with intent to endanger life.

He is currently in police custody at hospital, while he receives medical treatment.

The blaze is not thought to have seriously damaged the building.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:15 pm  

Lib Dems join new MP Sarah Olney to Celebrate on Richmond Green



The new MP for Richmond Park, Sarah Olney, joined other Lib Dems to celebrate on Richmond Green this morning.

Residents expressed their happiness about the result, stating Ms Olney's victory sends an important message to the government.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:42 pm  

Chessington World of Adventures Welcomes New Arrivals
Chessington World of Adventures is proud to announce that Christmas has come early with the arrival of three female lion cubs.

Keepers at the zoo are ecstatic about the cubs as it shows the success of their breeding programme.

First time parents Rani and Kamal are doing well and the cubs have just started to venture into their outdoor enclosure.

The yet to be named cubs are Asiatic lions, an endangered breed that has taken nearly 100 years to climb back from the brink of extinction.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:59 pm  

The aftermath of the #Kingston bus fire:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:21 pm  

Conservative MP Michael Gove speaks about the results of the #RichmondPark by-election:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:09 pm  

Southern Railway season-ticket holders can now claim a month's worth of compensation because the service has been so bad.

The country's busiest rail network has been hit with persistent strikes for months.

But campaigners want automatic compensation and fare freezes.

Anthony Smith from the Transport Focus watchdog explains how the compensation works.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:54 am  

A Battersea mother has told of her shock at giving birth in the back of an Uber on her way to hospital.

Tara Lafftery and her husband, Chris Celio, booked the car to take them from their home to St Thomas’ Hospital.

Maya was born at the roadside, seven minutes from the hospital, after a labour of less than three hours.

The driver, Evgeni Dimitrov, said it was the first time he had witnessed a birth.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:49 am  

Crystal Palace goalkeeper Steve Mandanda is to have surgery on a knee injury - which will keep him out for around six weeks.

The France international - who joined in the summer - has missed their Premier League defeats to Manchester City and Swansea.

Wayne Hennessey will continue to deputise.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:35 am  

Kingston bus fire ud



Footage shared on social media has shown the back of a double decker bus engulfed in flames in Kingston.

The blaze broke out on the 371 service shortly after 9 o’clock this morning.

The driver escaped the bus before the Fire Brigade arrived.

He was treated by paramedics at the scene for possible smoke inhalation and then taken to hospital.

No one else was injured in the fire.

Police have evacuated nearby homes and businesses as a safety precaution.

Transport for London confirmed that a full investigation will be launched over the incident.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:20 am  

A former Chelsea player who says he was paid by the club not to go public with claims he was sexually abused by an ex-scout has waived his anonymity.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:16 am  

Lib Dem leader Tim Farron and Sarah Olney, who won the #RichmondPark by-election, spoke to reporters this morning on Richmond Green.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:46 am  

The Liberal Democrats say their shock win in the #RichmondPark by-election shows people aren't happy with the government's plans for leaving the EU.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:37 am  

MP for Streatham, Chuka Umunna, has today revealed that his wife is pregnant.

He told the Evening Standard that the baby is due just before Easter.

He and his wife, Alice Sullivan, know the child’s sex, but have decided to keep it secret for now.

38 year old Umunna says he couldn’t be happier, and intends to be a hands-on father.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:25 am  

The Lib Dems say their #RichmondPark by-election victory has "sent a shockwave through the Conservative Brexit government".

Sarah Olney won in the south-west London constituency of Richmond Park overnight.

She beat the area's former MP Zac Goldsmith - who stood as an independent after quitting the Tories over airport expansion.

Earlier this year he ran to be London mayor - denying claims of racism during that campaign.

It's something Labour candidate Christian Wolmar, who came third, was keen to raise.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 am  

Hundreds of Surrey residents are petitioning to stop the council turning off street lights in a bid to save money.

The council has approved plans for 44,000 lights to be switched off between midnight at 5am.

The actions have prompted concern about safety, particularly for students or those who work late.

George Dokimakis started the petition and says people are being kept in the dark about the problems the switch-off could bring.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 am  

Emergency services are dealing with a bus fire on Kingston High Street.

Police have closed the surrounding roads and pedestrians are being warned to stay away from the area.

The cause of the blaze is currently under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:37 am  

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew says his team need to get over what he's called a "mini crisis".

They're only outside of the Premier League's relegation zone on goal difference after losing their last six matches.

The pressure's building on Pardew - and bookmakers believe he could be the next top flight boss to be sacked.

But he's not asked the club's hierarchy for clarification on his future.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:52 am  

An ex-Chelsea player claims he was paid 50-thousand pounds by the club, not to speak out about allegedly being sexually abused by a former chief scout.

Gary Johnson's told the Daily Mirror the Premier League side asked him to sign a 'gagging order'.

Earlier this week Chelsea said an external law firm is carrying out an investigation into a former employee - but it won't comment on details.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:46 am  

A Wandsworth woman has been jailed after police found a sawn-off shotgun in her bedroom wardrobe.

27 year old Tahira Nelson-Warbuton was sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty to possession of a firearm and ammunition with intent to cause fear or violence.

Officers also found a large amount of cash at her home.

She’s believed to have been holding the gun for another person.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:44 am  

Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba's charity foundation has been cleared of fraud and corruption allegations.

But an investigation by the Charity Commission has suggested potential donors may have been misled - and has suggested ways the foundation can become more transparent.

The Daily Mail had claimed only a small amount of one-point-seven-million pounds donated had gone to help causes in Africa.

Drogba's seeking damages and an apology from the newspaper.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:45 am  

Chelsea's Victor Moses says what's happened to him this season is something he never envisaged.

The Nigeria international's become a regular for the Premier League leaders under new manager Antonio Conte.

Moses has spent most of his time at Stamford Bridge out on loan.

He said he didn't see the transformation from attacker to wing-back coming.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:18 am  

Olney pulls off surprise win in Richmond Park by-election
Liberal Democrat candidate Sarah Olney has pulled off a surprise victory in the Richmond Park by-election.

She won with a majority of 1,874 finishing ahead of Zac Goldsmith.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:10 am  

Police investigate university fire in Egham
A 21-year-old man’s been arrested on suspicion of arson after a fire at the Royal Holloway University of London in Egham yesterday evening.

Police and fire crews were called at about 8pm following the discovery of a number of fires in a dormitory building believed to have been started deliberately.

Residents were evacuated and there have been no reported injuries.

The incident resulted in significant fire damage to at least one room on the dormitory.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:09 am  

Thursday, 1 December 2016

#RichmondPark by election; Lord True has "every faith in Zac Goldsmith."

The Conservative has been a firm campaigner for Zac Goldsmith, despite the fact Conservative members were initially banned from supporting the Independent candidate.

He says today's cold weather may have affected voter turn out, which has been unexpectedly low.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:45 pm  

#RichmondPark by election; Lib Dem MP Alistair Carmichael says it's too early to speculate

Alistair Carmichael PC, is a Liberal Democrat politician and the Member of Parliament for the Scottish seat of Orkney and Shetland.

It's a seat he's held since the 2001 general election.

He'd be delighted to see Sarah Olney take the Richmond Park seat - but says it's just too early to speculate on whether the low turn out tonight has helped or hindered her chances.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 pm  

#RichmondPark by election; the ballot boxes are back, and turnout is looking low at under 50%

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:32 pm  

Lady Gaga Sings in Shepherd's Bush

Lady Gaga has impressed fans at an intimate gig in Shepherd’s Bush this evening.

The American Grammy award winner performed for 60 guests at Westfield shopping centre.

She sung a mix of hits from her early singles and songs from her new album, Joanne.

Gaga will also appear on the X Factor semi-final this weekend.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:25 pm  

Vulnerable Elderly Man Missing in Cheam



Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of an elderly missing man.

74-year-old Joseph Blanc was last seen at 3.30pm today in the Cheam Day Care Centre in Sutton.

Mr Blanc is described as black, 5ft 10ins tall and of slim build.

At the time of his disappearance he was wearing a black hat, dark puffer-style jacket, black trousers and white trainers.

Mr Blanc has dementia. He is known to frequent the Barnet area.

Officers are increasingly concerned for his wellbeing, particularly due to the cold weather, anyone with any information is urged to call 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:14 pm  

#RichmondPark by election: we’ll know soon who the new MP for Richmond Park is

Lucy Mayer is at the count in Richmond.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Surrey Police Launch Crackdown on Driving under the Influence ahead of Christmas

Surrey police has launched its Christmas crackdown on drink and drug driving.

Overall the number of positive breath tests has decreased year on year.

Police say a number of different tactics will be deployed to catch offenders.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:55 pm  

Southern Rail Changes Strike in Run-up to Christmas Day

A three-day rail strike in the run-up to Christmas Day on the country's busiest network has been moved.

Instead, the RMT will walkout between the 19th and 21st of December on Southern Railway.

The unrelenting dispute over who closes train doors has crippled the franchise for months.

The union says it's changed the plans after speaking to passengers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:58 pm  

Fish & Chip Shops Urged to Serve Same Portion Sizes

All fish and chip shops in the UK are being urged to serve the same size portions in a new campaign to cut obesity.

It’s after research revealed a huge difference in portion sizes

Currently a medium portion of cod varies from 93g to 562g and a medium portion of chips varies from 100g to 797g.

Standardising portion sizes is expected to cut waste, improve profits and provide clearer nutrition information.

Richard Levis is the manager of Superfish in Tolworth, he thinks it would be a good thing to do:


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:51 pm  

A dogged attention to duty in Hounslow


There’s been a crackdown on illegal tobacco sales in Hounslow.

Detectives made use of someone with a special nose – Yoyo the springer spaniel.

You can see him in action here.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:45 pm  

A 27 year old woman from Wandsworth who kept ammunition in a makeup bag has been jailed for five years



Tahira Nelson-Warburton also stored a shotgun in her bedroom wardrobe.

Trident detectives raided the house while she was there early in August.

It’s thought she was storing the weapon for someone else.

She pleaded guilty at Woolwich Crown Court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:50 pm  

Free HIV testing in Lambeth

Today is World Aids Day, and it’s been revealed The Elton John Aids Foundation has offered to finance HIV testing in Lambeth.

The borough has the highest rate of HIV in the UK.

The announcement was made on the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme this morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:38 pm  

Voters heading to the polls in the #RichmondPark by election

Voters are at the polls again today to elect a new MP for the constituency of Richmond Park.

Polling stations opened at 7am and will close at 10pm. A result is expected between 2.30am and 4am.

The Conservatives had a majority of 23,015 at the 2015 general election, with the Lib Dems in second place.

The constituency, which was only formed in 1997, was Lib Dem until 2010.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:50 pm  

Killer of a pizza delivery biker in Clapham has avoided jail

A driver who killed a pizza delivery biker in Clapham has avoided jail after being found guilty of causing death by careless driving.

18 year old Lee Dennis was riding along Clapham Common North Side in March last year when he was hit.

He died in hospital two days later.

22 year old Ivy Rowe has been handed a 12-month community order, and been disqualified from driving for four years.

Rowe, who stopped at the scene, has also been ordered to undertake 200 hours of unpaid work.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:17 pm  

Police officers told they can sue over the way it was thought they treated Babar Ahmad from Tooting

Four police officers who were branded abusive thugs for the way they arrested a terror suspect have won the right to seek damages.

They accused the Met of ‘letting them down badly’ by not defending them against claims they beat Babar Ahmad at his home in Tooting.

In March 2009, the force paid Mr Ahmad £60,000 after admitting he had been subjected to an attack.

Babar was released from prison in the US last year and the officers have now been granted permission to sue the Met Police Commissioner.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Teddington's own singing detective


You may remember the TV programme about a singing detective, now Teddington has got its very own booming bobby.

Sebastian Valentine sings and conducts the Collis Choral Singers, who will be in action this Sunday at 7pm at St Mark's church on St Mark's road.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 am  

Former pupils of Glyn School in Ewell to attend anniversary from all over the world



One of the top performing boys' school in Surrey is gearing up for a new challenge.

Students at the Glyn School of Technology in Ewell are organising events for its 90th anniversary.

It all starts in the spring.

Head teacher Phil Wheatley (pictured left) says pupils are looking forward to the celebration.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

Chris Grayling is shocked by an estimated value from TfL to expand Heathrow

The transport secretary is completely ‘baffled’ by warnings from Transport for London about transport costs to make Heathrow bigger.

They’ve said that improving road and rail links to expand the airport could cost up to £20bn.

Last month the government backed building a third runway at Heathrow and The Airports Commission estimated it to cost £5bn.

Chris Grayling said ‘it’s ludicrous’and doesn’t see how the work needed will reach that figure.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Murder inquiry launched after man dies from gunshot wound in Thornton Heath

Scotland Yard has launched a murder inquiry after a man died after being shot in Thornton Heath.

A 28-year old was gunned down after a brawl broke out in the Brigstock Function Room in London Road on Sunday at around 5am.

The victim was rushed to hospital suffering from a gunshot wound, but was pronounced dead on Tuesday evening.

Police are keen to speak to anyone who was at the bar on Sunday morning or saw what happened.

You can contact them on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Hounslow Council has announced it will not be increasing rent for some households

Hounslow Council has confirmed it will not introduce a Pay to Stay policy for council tenants.

Residents with a household income of £40,000 or more faced having their rents raised, but the government has said it will not be mandatory.

The Cabinet Member for Housing says it will be ‘a relief to around a thousand households in Hounslow, who would have faced an uncertain future.’
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:06 am  

Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Suspected thief teases Wandsworth Police on social media


A suspected thief has told Wandsworth police to try to ‘keep up if you can’.

18-year old Nathan Bick commented on his own appeal on their facebook page to track him down.

It’s not the first time suspects and wanted criminals have teased police via social media appeals, and officers know that it is always a possibility.

Police said he is a prolific motor vehicle thief and is known to favour stealing mopeds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:58 pm  

Man Rushed to Hospital after Fire in Fulham Believed to Be Started by Frying Pan

A man has been rushed to hospital after a large fire engulfed his flat on the eight floor of a building in Fulham.

It’s believed to have started after his frying pan had been left on the cooker for some time.

Fire Crews say that the resident tried to wet his coat and throw it over the pan but this caught fire also.

The flames were contained by fire crews and around 10 people self evacuated the block on north end road.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:15 pm  

Zac Goldsmith ran over by his own car

Zac Goldsmith has been run over by his own car on the way to a hustings of the Richmond Park by-election.

The former Conservative wasn’t seriously injured but his trousers were shredded when his was struck.

He limped into the last hustings in New Malden after being clipped by the car which was being driven by volunteer.

The independent politician was an hour late for his last chance to publicly debate with rival Lib Dem Sarah Olney after going home to change.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:14 pm  

Concerns about Protected View from King Henry's Mound in Richmond Park



Conservationists in Richmond are pleading with London’s Mayor to step in over the construction of a skyscraper in Stratford.

The friends of Richmond Park says the development in Stratford affects the view of St Paul's Cathedral and has broken planning rules.

Chairman Ron Crompton:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:11 pm  

Teenager Arrested on Suspicion of Robbing 11-year-old Boy in Battersea

A teenage girl has been arrested on suspicion of robbing an 11-year-old boy in Battersea.

The 15 year-old suspect, was detained on Tuesday for robbery and bailed.

It comes after police released CCTV footage of two youths who approached and attacked the boy at a bus stop on Falcon Road in September.

Enquiries into the second suspect continue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:28 pm  

Strengthening Hammersmith Bridge is fine to be delayed... as long as only one bus crosses at a time

Hammersmith Bridge is structurally fine as it is, “as long as buses only cross one at a time.”

That’s the response from the Labour run council as its announced strengthening works are going to be delayed because of a £5 million shortfall.

Hammersmith Bridge opened in 1887 and needs reinforcing to cope with the large amounts of modern traffic that uses it.

But, Hammersmith and Fulham Council has confirmed it has cut council tax by 1% and postponed the £27m works until late 2017.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:26 pm  

Sexual Predator Who Drove Round Hounslow Picking up Schoolchildren is Jailed



A sexual predator who drove around Hounslow picking up schoolgirls pretending to be 21 is facing years behind bars.

Jacky Jhaj has been found guilty of four counts of sexual activity with two girls, both aged 15 at the time of the offences in 2015.

Isleworth Crown Court heard how the 31-year-old from Feltham would offer schoolchildren lifts, buy them alcohol and take them to parties.

He’s been jailed for four years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:23 pm  

People in Surrey are being commended for using the police force in the right way.

The results of a review launched in April have been revealed.

Policing in Your neighbourhood was created to make sure those who most need police help, get access to it.

They include victims of domestic or sexual abuse as well as those affected by cybercrime.

One of the main messages of the campaign was to make people think twice before calling 999.

A review of the scheme has revealed the force is heading in the right direction, with people only using 999 in a real emergency.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

Sadiq Khan has waded into the row engulfing St George’s hospital workers in his former Tooting constituency

The now London Mayor, is urging NHS bosses to pay the London Living Wage to staff working for the G4S Patient Transport team.

He’s written to Sir David Henshaw, Chair of St George’s University Hospital Trust.

The G4S workers there are the only workers at St George’s who do not receive NHS pay and conditions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

A recording has been uncovered of a telephone poll conducted by Heathrow ahead of the Richmond Park by election tomorrow

Anti - expansion campaigners say it’s the airport’s attempt to play down expansion and influence voters.

In one call, heard by the Evening Standard, one interviewer points out that the legal battles over Heathrow could be “potentially costly.”

A spokesman for the airport denied the claims saying polls have been carried out annually for the last four years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:03 am  

The polls open in the Richmond Park by election tomorrow

It was triggered after Conservative MP Zac Goldsmith resigned his seat over the government’s decision to expand Heathrow.

Mr Goldsmith, is re-standing as an Independent.

He says other parties have tried to make the campaign about Brexit, but residents need to remember, he’s keeping a promise.



Full list of candidates:

Richmond park By-Election Candidates List
Labour – Christian Wolmer
Conservatives – Not running
Green – Not running
Independent – Zac Goldsmith
Lib Dems – Sarah Olney
UKIP – Not running
Monster Raving Loony Party – Howling “Laud” Hope
One Love – Maharaja Jammu and Kashmir
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:53 am  

Man wanted following assault in Forest Hill with links to Croydon, Merton, Sutton, Wandsworth, Lewisham and Lambeth

Police are warning members of the public not to approach a man with links to south London.

Troy McLeod is wanted in connection with an assault that took place in Forest Hill in September, and an allegation of malicious communications made in November.

He’s known to live in the Kennington area, but has links to Croydon, Merton, Sutton, Wandsworth, Lewisham and Lambeth.

Mr Mcleod’s described as a black male, 5ft 7ins tall and of heavy build.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:26 am  

Police are hunting a man who’s got links to Lambeth, Lewisham, Southwark and Croydon



Police are hunting a man who’s got links to Lambeth, Lewisham, Southwark and Croydon for a number of offences.

32 year-old, Darryl Stewart, is wanted for making threats to kill, theft of a motor vehicle, robbery, harassment and actual bodily harm.

The offences were committed between April 2015 and October 2016.

Stewart is a black man of slim build and approximately 5ft 6inches tall.

Officers advise members of the public if they see Stewart then do not approach him but call 999 immediately.

Anyone with information on Stewart's whereabouts is asked to call Lewisham Community Safety Unit via the police non-emergency line on 101.

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Enquiries continue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:38 am  

Some Surrey streets are being blacked out later - as a part-time lights switch off scheme begins at midnight

Surrey County Council says it’s following the example of other authorities who’ve introduced the money saving scheme.

The first boroughs to be phased in are Guildford, Waverley and Surrey Heath.

They will be followed in January by Elmbridge, Epsom and Ewell, Reigate and Banstead and Mole Valley.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 am  

Carshalton student is invited to switch on the Christmas lights by MP Tom Brake

Rory Fallon, a student from Harris Junior Academy, in Carshalton, has won MP Tom Brake’s annual Christmas card design competition.

His geometric robin drawing will feature on Tom’s cards, which will be sent to over a thousand residents, local charities and business.

Following his win the MP for Carshalton and Wallington invited Rory to switch on the Christmas lights.

He made Wallington sparkle on Friday after lighting up the Old Town Hall.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Radio Jackie speaks to the Labour candidate for the Richmond Park by-election

The people of Richmond Park will head to the polls again tomorrow.

It’s after Zac Goldsmith resigned his seat and triggered a by-election over the government’s decision to expand Heathrow.

Transport journalist Christian Wolmar is standing on behalf of Labour.

We asked him if this is pointless, as the party has little hope of gaining seats in the traditionally Lib Dem / Conservative constituency.



Full list of candidates:

Richmond park By-Election Candidates List
Labour – Christian Wolmer
Conservatives – Not running
Green – Not running
Independent – Zac Goldsmith
Lib Dems – Sarah Olney
UKIP – Not running
Monster Raving Loony Party – Howling “Laud” Hope
One Love – Maharaja Jammu and Kashmir
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Richmond Council hold consultation to improve accommodation in the borough for adults with a learning disability

Richmond Council wants to improve the way Learning Disability Strategy for adults is run, and want resident's views.

The aim is to have more people living independently and that older people with a disability are still getting the care and support they need.

You can have your say on the proposed changes and the impact they will make on individuals.

You can take part in the consultation by completing an online questionnaire or attending a focus group - details are as follows:

Monday 5th December, 6-8pm at Richmond Adult Community College, PK2 Room on the Ground Floor, Parkshot, London TW9 2RE.

Tuesday 6th December, 2-4pm at Bullen Hall, Hampton Wick, KT1 4AT.

Tuesday 13th December 2-4pm at The Terrace Room, York House Twickenham TW1 3AA.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 am  

UPDATE: Appeal continues for witnesses to an altercation in Woking on Sunday afternoon

Police continue to appeal for witnesses following a suspicious incident that took place in Woking on Sunday at around 2pm.

Members of the public reported seeing a verbal and physical altercation between a man and a woman in York Road.

The man was then seen allegedly pushing the woman into a silver car - possibly an old style Renault Clio and driving off.

The man is described as white, of slim build and in his early 20s.

If you witnessed the incident or have any information - you can call Surrey Police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:10 am  

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Amateur photographers display frosty pictures of Bushy and Richmond parks as cold winter arrives

We’re being warned that the cold spell is here to stay, with temperatures reaching as low as -6 in some parts of the South East tonight.

Many amateur photographers took to social media this morning, to show their snaps of Richmond and Bushy Park in the frost.

Public Health England has issued a health warning in light of the cold snap and has urged people to be prepared.

A cold start to winter is more than likely, however this doesn’t guarantee us a white Christmas.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:33 pm  

Chelsea Launch Investigation into Historical Sexual Abuse

Chelsea have launched an investigation into a former employee as the FA examines allegations of historical child sex abuse.

The club said it had asked lawyers to carry out a probe on an individual employed in the 1970s, who is now dead.

Chelsea contacted the Football Association to say information will be provided to the governing body as part of its wider investigation.

Eight police forces are now investigating football abuse allegations after more than 250 reports to police and over 50 calls to an NSPCC hotline.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:48 pm  

New five pound note: Not suitable for vegetarians

The Bank of England's being urged to dump animal fats from the new five pound notes.

Over 40,000 people have signed a petition voicing their concerns, after discovering the notes contains tallow.

Melissa Jones is a vegetarian from Hampton Hill, she says the discovery was very unpleasant to hear:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:45 pm  

New Bus Stops can Reduce Pollution and Improve South West London Air Quality

Cutting edge bus stops have been designed which could help clean up London’s polluted air.

Airlabs - a Piccadilly-based start-up - has created bus tops that zap exhaust fume particles and pump out fresh air.

It’s claimed the new technology will be most effective in busier areas with the worst pollution like Putney High St and Oxford St.

Just eight days into 2016, Putney became the first place in Britain to exceed annual legal limits of a harmful gas emitted from dirty diesel engines.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:37 pm  

Sarah Olney on Lib Dem By-Election Campaign

The people of Richmond Park go to the polls again on Thursday to vote in the by election triggered by former MP Zac Goldsmith.

Sarah Olney is the person hoping to take back the seat for the Lib Dems after six years.

But there’s been criticism from some who claim they’ve had up to 30 Lib Dem leaflets delivered through their doors in the last week.

Sarah says people need to know there is a choice.



Full list of candidates:

Richmond park By-Election Candidates List
Labour – Christian Wolmer
Conservatives – Not running
Green – Not running
Independent – Zac Goldsmith
Lib Dems – Sarah Olney
UKIP – Not running
Monster Raving Loony Party – Howling “Laud” Hope
One Love – Maharaja Jammu and Kashmir
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:51 pm  

Footage has emerged online of a lonely #fox following a man home after a night out in #HamptonWick

Reveller Henry Hoffman says he spotted the animal outside the train station on Sunday night.

The fox took a liking to Mr Hoffman and followed him home, giving the 23 year old the chance to document his encounter on film.

He tells us he never thought the video would become an internet sensation.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:35 pm  

Just 8% of domestic burglary reports to the Met last year resulted in action being taken against the perpetrator

That’s according to new Police figures.

Of nearly 45,000 reports received in London, only just over three and a half-thousand resulted in a suspect being charged or cautioned.

In 2014 the rate was similar, at 8.6% - with Sutton, Harrow and Wembley amongst the lowest percentages.

Whereas, in Kingston more than 96% of cases were investigated.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:16 pm  

Police are appealing for help after an indecent assault on a woman in Bookham

The victim was walking her dog in Guildford Road when a man tried to engage in conversation but became verbally abusive.

He then touched her inappropriately.

Police say the suspect has a strong accent, potentially Polish, and are urging any witnesses to contact them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:10 pm  

Appeal for information following suspicious West Molesey house fire

A 50 year-old man is in hospital being treated for smoke inhalation, after a suspicious house fire at a property in West Molesey.

It was initially reported as a bin fire in Tufton Gardens at around 2.40 this morning.

Fire crews also confirmed that a residential property was also alight.

At this stage it’s believed the blaze deliberately started and the front door of the property was also vandalised.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:22 pm  

Southern Railway passengers face even worse disruption than forecast from next week because of a ban on train driver overtime

As well as nine days of strike action by drivers in coming weeks, union Aslef has ordered members not to carry out any “non-contractual” work.

Southern confirmed it relied on overtime to keep a full service running.

The ban begins next Thursday coinciding with the start of a three day strike by RMT guards.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:09 pm  

Cyclist injured following fail to stop collision near Woking

A cyclist has been injured in a hit and run near Woking.

The rider in his 60s suffered facial injuries in the crash in Gold Road in Pirbright this morning.

The driver of the white van failed to stop at the scene of the collision and police are appealing for witnesses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:08 pm  

An animal charity in Teddington is condemning the use of reindeer in Christmas displays

Animal Rescue and Care, or ARC, fosters and rehomes unwanted animals across Richmond borough.

It’s highlighted Twickenham’s Christmas Light Switch On as an event that, in its mind, wrongly used deer to draw in crowds.

Meanwhile, the manager of Britain’s only free-range reindeer herd claims the animals are not suited to life in captivity.

Tilly Smith, who runs Caingorm Reindeer Centre in Scotland, says they’re also dying because our climate is too warm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 am  

Slavery and human trafficking operation in Walton-On-Thames is a success

A man’s been arrested after a police raid aimed at tackling potential offences of slavery and human trafficking at a car wash in Walton.

The Operation took place on Wednesday at a car wash next to the Texaco petrol station in Molesey Road.

In addition to the arrest, two people have been referred to Immigration Enforcement and 14 workers have been "safeguarded".

Police also seized £5,000 under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 am  

A new scheme for Christmas in Wandsworth prison

A Dragon’s Den style scheme is being launched inside Wandsworth prison over the Christmas period.

The aim is to try and cut high re-offending rates.

Inmates will get the chance to pitch their business ideas in order to receive funding to use upon their release.

It’s being dubbed “Cells Pitch.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Tribute paid to former Mayor of Merton - who died aged 74

Tributes have been paid to a former Mayor of Merton and Labour councillor who died last week.

74-year old Stuart Pickover was elected as a councillor for the Dundonald ward in Wimbledon in 1994 and served there until 2002.

Merton Council leader said ‘he was liked by everyone who knew him and would always go out of his way to help people.’
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Missing man from Twickenham found safe and well

A missing 32- year old man from the Twickenham area has been found safe and well.

Tom Alexander has Downs Syndrome and went missing last night.

Police thank the public and the media for their help in locating him.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:10 am  

Monday, 28 November 2016

Man hospitalised after being shot in Thornton Heath

A man is fighting for his life after being shot in Thornton Heath.

Officers were called to the Function Rooms, in Brigstock Parade, in the early hours of November the 27th.

A large number of people were present but no injuries were reported at the time.

A short while later, police received a call to a south London hospital after a 28-year-old man presented himself with a gunshot injury.

They’re now appealing for witnesses to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:51 pm  

Andy Murray is Favourite to Win Sports Personality of the Year

Andy Murray heads a 16-strong Sports Personality of the Year shortlist that includes Leicester striker Jamie Vardy and cycling couple Jason and Laura Kenny.

The public will now vote during a live show on the 18th of December.

The tennis star, who lives in Oxshott, is odds-on favourite with bookmakers having ended the season top of the world tennis rankings after a year in which he won both Wimbledon and the Olympics.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:49 pm  

Thousands of South West London Commuters Face Major Delays Next Week

Hundreds of thousands of commuters face major delays next week because of combined strike action by up to 400 train drivers.

Southern and TfL services will come to a standstill from 6th to 8th December with disruption on the Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City lines and Southern routes.

The Piccadilly line is the fourth busiest route on the underground and the only Tube line serving Heathrow.

The underground walkouts follow allegations of a breakdown in industrial relations over apparent heavy handed management.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:43 pm  

Police Investigate Anti-Semitic Abuse After Chelsea v Spurs Match

An investigation’s been launched after footage has emerged of Chelsea fans chanting racist songs on a Tube train.

It was filmed following Chelsea’s 2-1 victory over London rivals Tottenham Hotspur last Saturday.

A group chant anti-Semitic abuse at Spurs supporters while travelling on the District line away from the game at Stamford Bridge.

Anyone with any information is urged to contact police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:42 pm  

Chuka Umunna: Leave Campaigners are now the Establishment

Chuka Umunna today warned politicians who campaigned for Brexit they are now in charge and will be held to account for their decisions.

The Streatham MP said leave campaigners are now the establishment and are driving the government’s agenda.

Chuka added that Eurosceptics are used to blaming everything on Brussels and immigrants – and will now be held to account for Brexit’s impact on wages and jobs.

The Labour politician was speaking at an Open Britain event earlier today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:41 pm  

Surrey's Victorian Water Mains to be Replaced

Work to replace a water main that was laid when Queen Victoria was on the throne gets underway in Surrey next month.

Sutton and East Surrey Water is replacing 1.8km of water mains, which were laid way back in 1896.

The £325,000 project will replace the mains with new, tougher plastic piping which is less prone to bursts and leaks.

The work will continue until May next year – and will cause some road closures and a temporary traffic lights will be in place.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:17 pm  

Croydon Fire Under Investigation

The cause of a fire in Croydon is under investigation.

It broke out in the early hours at a house converted into flats in St James Park.

Three men, a woman and a child left the property before fire crews arrived.

One man was suffering from smoke inhalation and burns and taken to hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 pm  

Man Fighting for his Life after Shooting in Thornton Heath

A man is fighting for life after being shot in Thornton Heath.

Officers were called to the Function Rooms, in Brigstock Parade, in the early hours of November the 27th.

A large number of people were present but no injuries were reported at the time.

A short while later, police received a call to a south London hospital after a 28-year-old man presented himself with a gunshot injury.

They’re now appealing for witnesses to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:13 pm  

Former Chelsea Player Pat Nevin talks About Football Abuse Scandal

The Football Association's setting up an internal inquiry for sex abuse within football.

More than 20 former youth players have come forward with accusations.

Pat Nevin, former Chelsea and Scotland player explained why footballers at the time didn’t speak out.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:22 pm  

Racist Assault on Taxi Drivers in West Byfleet

Two taxi drivers have been assaulted in West Byfleet.

In the early hours of Saturday morning, three men allegedly assaulted them whilst shouting racial abuse outside Costa in Station Approach.

One taxi driver suffered a deep cut to the back of his head with the other receiving minor cuts.

The three men from Woking, aged 25, 23 and 34 were arrested on suspicion of assault causing GBH and racial abuse.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:09 pm  

Man assaulted at Chelsea v Tottenham match

Investigations are continuing after a man was assaulted before the Chelsea versus Tottenham match on Saturday, the 26th of November.

At around 5.15pm, the victim in his 30s, was punched on the side of the head while entering the ground at Fulham Road.

The victim fell to the ground, and was taken to hospital; he has since been discharged from hospital. No arrests have been made.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:07 pm  

Anti Terrorism Patrols Begin In London
Anti terrorism police patrol units are to be introduced across London boroughs.

They’ve already begun in Lambeth and Wandsworth, following the launch in Vauxhall this morning. Other boroughs will follow in the coming months.

Operation Servator is a tactic of policing already used by other forces including City of London and British Transport Police.

Specialist teams including the dogs and boat units and the territorial support unit riot police will be on hand to support patrols.

The move also aims to encourage local people to keep their eyes open for suspicious behaviour.

The force stressed the move was not in response to a specific threat.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:46 pm  

Lambeth Police Receive Award

Lambeth police has received a gold award for their efforts to decrease illegal gambling on Westminster Bridge.

The ‘cup and ball’ scam has been a problem for ten years and the Lambeth force devised a solution to improve the area and reduce demand on police.

Lambeth also won the silver prize for tackling high levels of antisocial behaviour and theft.

The Problem Orientated Partnership or 'POP' awards recognise the work of Met officers to make communities in and around London safe.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:42 pm  

Man arrested in Barnes after smashing a bus window with a hammer





Police have arrested a man in Barnes after he was caught smashing the window of a bus with a hammer.

The incident happened in the early hours of this morning on Rocks Lane.

The bus has no passengers on-board at the time, and no injuries have been reported.

Witnesses are being urged to call police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:28 am  

Appeal following a brutal assault on a Wimbledon man in Ealing





A Wimbledon man’s agreed to release a shocking image showing the extent of his injuries after he was the victim of a late night attack.

65-year-old Richard Merry lay undiscovered near North Ealing tube station in September, until the following afternoon.

He suffered brain injuries, cracked ribs, damaged eye sockets, a laceration to his left ear and cuts to his head and face.

Police also released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to in connection with the assault.

More than two months after the attack, Mr Merry remains in hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:14 am  

Met Police launches anti-terrorism tactic in Wandsworth and Lambeth



Teams of specialist police officers will be deployed to disrupt potential terrorist activity and crime in Wandsworth and Lambeth.

Project Servator will be launched with an operation at Vauxhall Bus Station at 10am this morning.

Both boroughs will be the first areas to see the new patrol units of uniformed and undercover officers from today.

Scotland Yard stressed the move was "not in response to a specific threat".

Part of the officers' job will be to encourage people living in, working in or visiting the boroughs to be extra eyes and ears, reporting any suspicious behaviour to help make it even harder for terrorists and other criminals to succeed.

Anyone who does see something suspicious should tell a police officer, call 101 or if it is an emergency, call 999.

Project Servator was developed, tested and refined over a five-year period by experts at the Centre for Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) and is already used by a number of forces including City of London Police and British Transport Police to disrupt those planning to carry out crimes from shoplifting to terrorist attack planning.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:15 am  

Sunday, 27 November 2016

Harlequins edge out win over Bath at the Twickenham Stoop


It was to be a tense game at the Twickenham Stoop. Harlequins had slipped to 8th in the Premiership Table after a disastrous performance away at Leicester Tigers last week. Their opponents today for round nine were finalists in the 2014-15 season. Bath Rugby, having gone through a slump, had found new form under the guidance of Todd Blackadder and were second in the table.

Harlequins had not yet lost on home soil this season in competition and Bath Rugby were looking to end the impressive run.

The game got underway under an overcast sky yet the support was warm and vibrant for the two sides. Harlequins got the upper hand early on. They kicked for the corner having been awarded a penalty, won the line-out in the Bath 22 and passed the ball from one wing to the other with swift but stable hands allowing Visser to cross unhindered for a try within the opening 2 minutes.

Nick Evans, captain for the game, was unable to add the conversion in his 200th appearance for the hosts: Harlequins 5 – 0 Bath Rugby.

The visitors did not waste time in their comeback, working their way up to the Quins 22 before knocking on and handing a scrum to the hosts. From this they earned a penalty and Dickson acted quickly to make up ground. His effort came to nothing as a chip over landed safely in Bath’s hands, ending the attack.

Another scrum and penalty to Quins just over the halfway line and another mad charge by Dickson. The ball then kicked long for a chase, won on this occasion by Bath who protected the ruck and box-kicked to safety.

Visser caught the ball and cheers resonated around the Twickenham Stoop as he upped his pace. Unfortunately the hosts were penalised for side entry allowing Bath to return to the Harlequins’ 22.

Their fly-half Bowden attempted a dummy pass however Quins’ no. 3 Collier, earning his 100th appearance for the club today, was wise to it and placed a thumping tackle on the no.10.

Meanwhile Evans had to make way for Swiel in a blood replacement after 14 minutes.

In an unusual fault by Visser, the no. 11 misread the game – Bath sent the ball into touch on the full therefore taking play back into their 22. Unfortunately Visser failed to realise this and played quick ball from his own half. A couple of penalties later, hwever, and Quins made it back into opposition territory.

Both teams were giving away penalties allowing territory to be gained and lost.

A knock-on handed a scrum to Bath who were then awarded another penalty. They kicked long but failed to find touch allowing Quins to push back to the half-way line.

Swiel received the ball and kicked for territory but the ever-faithful Rokodoguni gathered for Bath and ran the length of the field, slipping past missed tackles. He offloaded to the Bowden who continued the forward momentum.

Eventually Harlequins backtracked and started to land tackles before a knock-on halted play. Indiscipline once again handed Bath a penalty in front of the posts and fall-back Homer added an easy 3 points: Harlequins 5 – 3 Bath Rugby after 20 minutes.

Heartache worsened for the hosts after learning captain and double centurion Nick Evans was not going to return to the field and his replacement was permanent.

Play continued and Bath were penalised for failing to throw straight in the line-out, handing Harlequins a scrum. The fans attempted to spur on their team as Dickson fed and Clifford gathered quickly. Visser and Alofa Alofa worked well together on the wing, backing each other up and ensuring offloads were possible when the other was tackled.

Quins earned a penalty and Swiel lined up a difficult kick. Unfortunately he pushed it just wide of the posts handing Bath a 22 drop-out.

Yarde made a superb run, breaking the defensive line and Quins quickly made it back into Bath’s 22.

The visitors regrouped but failed to release a tackled player and Swiel again lined up the posts. This time he was successful: Harlequins 8 – 3 Bath Rugby after 27 minutes.

The long-restart was gathered by Quins and a maul formed. Dickson had to box-kick out but, with no chase, possession went back to Bath who ran with the ball. They then placed a grubber kick along the right wing that rolled into touch. Harlequins needed to win this defensive set piece. 

As it happened Bath were penalised for foul play in the line-out and Quins kicked for touch just over the half-way line. They commanded the line-out well and Visser chipped over the defence. The Bath fall-back gathered but Visser bundled him into touch.

Another successful line-out for the hosts and a rolling maul gained further ground. The forwards went for a grab-and-drive approach before being awarded advantage. The wingers attempted to cross the whitewash but lost possession under tackle. Swiel again lined up the posts: Harlequins 11 – 3 Bath Rugby 34 after minutes.

The restart ball was gathered well by Quins who quickly kicked it back up the field. The opposition caught the high-ball well and made strides back into Quins’ half. The hosts had a high defensive line which meant they had to back-track quickly whenever it was breached. The danger signs were there for everyone to see and Bath’s Palma-Newport dropped over the try line. The fly-half converted and Bath had brought themselves to within a point of the hosts just before half time.

Luck changed for Harlequins as Bath kicked into touch on the full sending play into the opposition 22. Quins lost the line-out but then Bath knocked-on.

Dickson fed the scrum, it collapsed and advantage was being played as the scrum-half re-gathered the ball and acted quickly.

Yarde made another strong run but an attempted chip through and chase for the ball found it roll into the dead-zone. Play went back for the penalty and this time Swiel kicked for the corner to cheers from the crowd. It was a good effort with a line-out, maul, long passing, before the ball returned to Visser who on this occasion failed to cross the whitewash before being tackled.

Half Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 11 – 10 Bath Rugby

The second half got underway and the hosts earned a scrum after Bath knocked on. Quins retrieved the ball however the attempted kick that followed was blocked. Bath found touch and Quins secured the line-out ball. The opponents, however, earned a penalty and their fall-back lined up the posts to take the lead: Harlequins 11 – 13 Bath Rugby after 45 minutes.

The re-start ball was kicked long. Bath gathered before box-kicking out. Quins gathered and opted for a grubber kick along the wing. The chase was narrowly won by Bath who then protected the ball before finding touch on their 22. The referee this time penalised the hosts for failing to throw straight and so the scrum went the way of Bath. They kicked deep but the ball was gathered well by Morris who ran it back.

Swiel escaped two missed tackles and broke the defensive line. Merrick made further progress before being brought down. A few plays later and Quins were penalised for holding on. A slice, however, only just got Bath out of their 22 and after securing the line-out, they kicked too close to the touchline, Yarde ensuring the ball found touch.

Play resumed with a line-out to Quins deep in Bath’s territory however the fast momentum saw the hosts knock-on during frantic passing. Scrum to Bath in their own 22.

This was again upgraded to a penalty however Bath were still unable to get out of their half.

They claimed the line-out ball, formed a maul and earned another penalty. Indiscipline was getting the batter of the hosts in a repeat of last week’s game against Leicester Tigers.

Bath failed to find touch and Quins ran the ball back.

The visitors started their replacements with just over a quarter of the game left to play: Banahan came on in place of Clark.

It was time for Quins to shine in the scrum and they were awarded a penalty with Swiel going for the post from the half-way line.

He had the distance but again pulled it wide.

A double replacement followed for Bath with Dunn and Palma-Newport off for Batty and Lahiff.

The restart kick from Bath allowed Quins to come again.

Yarde, Chisholm and Lambert made an impact in the defensive line. Dickson saw space and chipped over, the ball rolling neatly into touch.

Bath secured the line-out, kicked to safety, but the high-ball was gathered well by Yarde.

A slow and steady approach saw a frantic finish as Chisholm offloaded to Yarde whilst being bundled into touch, allowing him to pass to Dickson who crossed for a try. Swiel added the conversion: Harlequins 18 – 13 Bath Rugby with a quarter of the game left to play.

Quins were once again back in the lead.

Bath won a controversial line-out but in the ensuing chaos which followed, Quins earned the put-in at the scrum on their own 22. They gathered the ball quickly and the fans saw more of Clifford than they had planned as he was brought down along with his shorts and undergarments. In typical rugby fashion, play resumed and he carried on running following the ruck, pulling up his shorts as he went.

The referee Dean Richards halted play to look at a replay, awarding a penalty against Chisholm (Yarde, meanwhile, needed physio assistance to stave off cramp).

Penalty again to Bath and this time their kick was well placed, deep into touch.

Bath secured the uncontested line-out and formed a rolling maul. They then opted to grab-and-drive towards the try line. The TMO (Television Match Official) was called into action. Try awarded to Bath’s Catt with 14 minutes left of the game. Conversion added with help of the posts and Bath had once again pulled in front: Harlequins 18 – 20 Bath Rugby.

Adam Jones joined the affray for the hosts as Collier exited the pitch.

Play again halted to check on a suspected no-arm tackle on Lambert. No further action was taken and a scrum was awarded to Quins however they would have preferred for play to continue as Lambert had recovered from the tackle, was back on his feet and charging for the line.

Bath stole possession in open play; both teams opted to kick for territory before the visitors gathered the ball and broke through the defence. They spilt the ball under tackle.

The visitors changed their scrum-half with less than 10 minutes to play. Will Homer came on for Allinson; Obano for Catt and Grant for Mercer.

Quins played dangerously, opting to run from deep. As it turns out it was the correct call as Bath were penalised for not rolling away. Swiel placed the kick into touch in the opposition half: surely a drop goal was now being considered.

The line-out was gathered well by Wallace and a maul formed, albeit short-lived. They opted to chip over as advantage had been awarded. Bath claimed possession and so play was brought back for a penalty shot between the posts to retake the lead.

Despite some yells from the stands as Swiel started his run-up, he placed the ball well and added 3 points: Harlequins 21 – 20 Bath Rugby.

The hosts made changes of their own with Ward on for Lambert and Mulchrone replacing scrum-half Dickson. Just 5 minutes remained.

A knock-on handed a scrum to Bath just outside the Quins’ 22.

The scrum was reset after Quins were deemed to have been infringing. A penalty here would see Bath retake the lead with less than 3 minutes remaining; Mulchrone yelling at the touch judge, blaming Bath for the spin.

Play was allowed to continue and Quins ripped possession from the arms of Bath, earning a penalty in the process.

Swiel kicked for touch taking play back into opposition territory.

Quins retained possession but were being pushed back. The forwards went for a grab-and-drive approach, running down the clock, but each drive saw them forced back and play was soon within kicking distance of a penalty for the visitors, if ever awarded.

With 23 seconds remaining, Swiel kicked away possession. Bath gathered and found touch just outside Quins’ 22. The hosts won the line-out and kicked into touch to end the game:

Full Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 21 – 20 Bath Rugby

Jack Clifford, on his return to play following injury, was named Man Of The Match in front of a sell-out crowd; England coach Eddie Jones watching from the stands.

Harlequins
15 Aaron Morris, 14 Marland Yarde, 13 Alofa Alofa, 12 Joe Marchant, 11 Tim Visser, 10 Nick Evans ©, 9 Karl Dickson, 1 Mark Lambert, 2 Rob Buchanan, 3 Will Collier, 4 George Merrick, 5 Charlie Matthews, 6 James Chisholm, 7 Luke Wallace, 8 Jack Clifford

Replacements
16 Dave Ward, 17 Owen Evans, 18 Adam Jones, 19 Stan South, 20 George Naoupu, 21 Charlie Mulchrone, 22 Tim Swiel, 23 Charlie Walker

Bath Rugby
15 Tom Homer, 14 Semesa Rokodoguni, 13 Max Clark, 12 Ben Tapuai, 11 Aled Brew, 10 Dan Bowden, 9 Darren Allinson, 1 Nathan Catt, 2 Tom Dunn, 3 Kane Palma-Newport, 4 Matt Garvey ©, 5 Dave Attwood, 6 Tom Ellis, 7 Guy Mercer, 8 Zach Mercer

Replacements
16 Ross Batty, 17 Beno Obano, 18 Max Lahiff, 19 Paul Grant, 20 Levi Douglas, 21 Will Homer, 22 Adam Hastings, 23 Matt Banahan
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:09 pm  

Police Appeal in Woking

Surrey Police is appealing for witnesses following reports of a suspicious incident in York Road in Woking today.

Members of the public reported seeing a verbal and physical altercation between a man and a woman.

The man was then seen allegedly pushing the woman into a silver car and driving off.

The car is described as a silver vehicle possibly an old style Renault Clio.

The man is described as a white man of slim build and in his early 20s.

If you witnessed the incident or have any information please call Surrey Police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:18 pm  

Streetlights in Croydon

Croydon is now £151 brighter.

Over 23,000 streetlights have been upgraded across the borough as part of a five year project.

The aim was to install and maintain new lights on roads, housing estates, parks open spaces, to save around £14 million over 25 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:35 pm  

Sutton Consultation

Sutton council is ready to put out its draft plan for the future of the borough for a final round of consultation.

It focuses on a 15 year vision for the future of housing, transport, employment, schools and other community facilities.

The draft is the result of an earlier consultation with Sutton residents which is designed to protect the unique character of the borough.

It is expected to go out to the Council’s Housing, Economy and Business committee on 6th December for approval.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:19 am  

Christmas boxes North Surrey

Health workers have donated 52 shoe boxes filled with gifts to make this Christmas extra special for underprivileged children worldwide.

The staff at North West Surrey CCG clubbed together after they saw a video posted online by the Samaritans.

Boxes have been taken to the Entertainer store in Staines, which is one of the drop off points if you also want to donate a box.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 am  

Surrey University

The University of Surrey has topped a new category at the prestigious Times Higher Education Awards.

The DataPoints Merit Award recognises a university that combines exceptional performance across teaching and research missions.

Surrey beat the likes of Kent, Loughborough and Swansea universities to claim the accolade.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:03 am  

Police in Hounslow launch an appeal

Police in Hounslow have launched an appeal to warn residents to be aware of donating money to charity via cold callers.

Officers say you should always verify who you are giving money to, by asking for ID.

They have named people cold calling for Hayes Rugby or Boxing as those to be especially aware of.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:35 am  

Police appeal for witnesses in Thorpe

Surrey Police is appealing for witnesses following a large pub brawl in Thorpe, which left one man with a serious stab wound.

Officers, ambulance services, and a police helicopter were called just before 11.30 on Friday night to the Red Lion pub on Village Road.

Many people were attempting to flee and it’s thought there were a number of separate altercations.

One 19-year-old man from Feltham has been arrested.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:33 am  

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