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Saturday, 25 February 2017

Chelsea's lead at the top of the Premier League has increased to 11 points


Spain internationals Cesc Fabregas, Pedro and Diego Costa scored in a 3-1 win over Swansea at Stamford Bridge.

Manager Antonio Conte told us it was another deserved victory.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 pm  

Crystal Palace are out of the Premier League's relegation zone

January signing Patrick van Aanholt scored the only goal in a 1-nil win over fellow strugglers Middlesbrough.

Manager Sam Allardyce says it was a much better display from his team.




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:11 pm  

Surrey residents offered community grant

People hoping to make their corner of Surrey a little bit better, are being offered a cash incentive to get their project off the ground.

Organic company Green People is putting up £1,000 through its national campaign “Change the World in 20 Ways.”

Residents trying to make a difference in their town are being urged to apply for the grant.

To find out how to get involved, head to greenpeople.co.uk
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 pm  

Thornton Heath club owner loses appeal

The owner of a club that police said was “associated with serious crime,” has lost an appeal to have strict rules imposed on it reversed.

Croydon Council imposed reduced opening hours and alcohol sale regulations on the 791 Club in Thornton Heath.

It’s after a member of staff was assaulted last year when a group of men forced entry to the premises.

But owner Kibuuka Fred Kyeyune claims the site should be able to operate as normal because there has not been another incident since.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:03 pm  

Elmbridge Council to work with grounds maintenance company Burleys again after 3 years

Elmbridge Council is to take back a contract with a company it parted ways with almost 3 years ago.

Burleys used to look after the area’s green spaces.

A new five-year contract begins next month and will also see the team provide paddling pools and playground inspections.

The grounds maintenance business worked with the council for 18 years until 2014 before the contract was axed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:31 pm  

Work to turn the M25 in to a so called “smart motorway” continues next weekend


The link road from the northbound stretch of the M3 to the M25 at Thorpe will be closed from Friday night until early on Monday.

A Smart Motorway allows drivers to use the hard shoulder at busy times, and also uses variable speed limits to control traffic flow.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:14 pm  

Four teenagers, accused of planning to travel to Syria to join Islamic State, have appeared in court on terror charges

The group, who are from Merton, Hounslow and Lambeth, are said to have plotted to carry out acts of terrorism abroad.

A fifth boy, aged 15, has pleaded not guilty to several offences, including having terrorist materials and will go on trial in May.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:10 pm  

Balham is seeing a crime wave

Wandsworth Council and the Police say they are investigating a wave of vandalism across the town in recent days.

Reports suggest more than two dozen cars have had their windows smashed while parked in residential streets.

There are also reports that a small number of homes have suffered damage to windows.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:14 pm  

Harlequins fail to tame Tigers at the Twickenham Stoop

A tantalising fixture awaited the fans at the Twickenham Stoop last night when Leicester Tigers travelled to Harlequins.

Just six points separated the two teams heading into round 16 of the English Premiership; Harlequins in 6th place behind Tigers.

The hosts were looking for a positive outcome from this clash, having lost away to Bath last week. They were looking to keep their 100% home record in the premiership this season.

Tigers were also looking to continue their winning run after an impressive victory at home to Bristol.

The atmosphere is always piqued at the Twickenham Stoop when playing under the floodlights and last night was an emotional experience with 1-minute applause in memory of Seb Adeniran-Olule, Harlequins player who passed away last year.

As the fans took their seats, Nick Evans kicked off proceedings. Leicester were forced to clear from their own 22, finding touch. Buchanan aimed for Matthews in the line-out but it was not caught cleanly, still landing in the hosts’ hands. Quick hands were just too quick for Buchanan who found himself on the near wing – the ball passing just in front of him, his fingertips knocking-on.

First scrum of the game went to the Tigers and after a re-set, the visitors were awarded a penalty. Their fly-half Burns found touch just inside the Quins’ half but the host defence would not let them pass easily. Burns was forced to send the ball high and Quins came away with possession.

A momentary game of football ensued before Quins got distance on a kick into touch.

Leicester secured line-out ball on the half-way line and started to drive forward. Their tight head prop Bateman broke through a sleeping defence but eventually the forward motion was brought to a stop. Quins overturned possession and kicked long.

Following a chase for the ball, the referee penalised Harlequins and Burns once again kicked for a line-out, this time just outside the hosts’ 22.

Tigers came away with possession but spilt it forward under tackle. Fancy footwork gave Quins time to place the ball over the whitewash in Tiger’s 22.

The visitors secured the ball and attacked the defence. Strong and fast tackles forced Tigers to kick. It was gathered well by the hosts but a long kick failed to find touch and landed safely in the hands of the visiting fallback.

Play was halted briefly for treatment to Leicester’s no.8 but resumed with a scrum to Harlequins. Possession was short-lived as the hosts were penalised – Adam Jones being the guilty party.

A maul formed following the latest line-out for Leicester but the tackles came in thick and fast. Bateman again found the weakness in the Quins’ defence but a thumping tackle eventually halted his run to the line. He was then penalised for holding on to the ball allowing the hosts to clear their lines.

Quick hands from the hosts brought life to the fans who were by now frustrated with the constant kicking-away of possession. Alofa Alofa however lost his footing whilst attempting to side-step around the defence and Tigers closed ranks. Scrum-half Mulchrone recycled the ball but possession was again kicked away – the fallback calling the mark in the 22.

The hosts were penalised in the impending line-out, dangerous play, allowing Burns to line up the posts for the first points of the game: Harlequins 0 – 3 Leicester Tigers after 17 minutes.

The restart was kicked long; Burns sent it high but Marland Yarde was penalised for a push, handing yet another kick and line-out to the visitors.


This time Harlequins successfully disrupted the line-out and stole possession, then earned themselves their own line-out following a penalty.

Buchanan threw straight but it was intercepted. Tigers kicked away possession to Morris who attempted to keep ball in hand. A delayed pass from Lambert caused a nervous moment as it was heading into touch, miraculously kept in play by Alofa Alofa.

Once again inaccurate passing slowed the attack and allowed the visitors to regroup. They stole possession but kicked it away to clear their lines.

Scrum to Harlequins just inside the opposition half.

The ball came out to Alofa Alofa on the wing and recycled back inside. First opportunity for points for the hosts after Tigers were penalised for failing to roll away and release a tackled player.

Evans got Quins off the mark: Harlequins 3 – 3 Leicester Tigers after 24 minutes.

Quins had found the fight they needed as Morris made strides through the defence; Chisholm continued the run and chipped through for a chase. Heads were in hands as the ball looked to be too heavy, heading for touch. Instead the ball bounced off the corner flag staying in play and allowing Alofa Alofa to add the downward pressure for the first try of the game.

In a show of bad form, Leicester’s captain Barrow walked out of the line whilst Evans was preparing his conversion. The flyhalf, however, was too experienced to allow anything to put him off: Harlequins 10 – 3 Leicester Tigers after 28 minutes.

Morris came again with the ball following the restart and kicked it on in an attempt to chase. Potential obstruction from Tigers went unnoticed by the touch judge much to the annoyance of the fans however the visitors kicked away possession. Yarde returned with the ball but a high tackle brought a momentary end to proceedings whilst the medics ensured all was well.

Evans kicked for touch but the play came to nothing. Tigers were awarded a scrum. They retrieved the ball quickly, kicked it long but only into the waiting arms of Morris who ran it back and sent it high. Despite a bad slice, the fallback was able to gather his own kick and kept the forward motion going.


Tigers stole possession and were then awarded a penalty still within their own half. They kicked for a line-out on the hosts’ 22. Meanwhile play was again halted as Evans required treatment. A sign came from the medics and Evans left the field for Jackson with just 8 minutes to play of the first half.

Evans received a standing ovation from the fans as disappointment was clearly etched on his face.

A replacement, too, for Tigers as their loose head prop Genge left the field for Brugnara (temporary blood replacement).

Quins were defending high-up the field, acting quickly on any movement from the opposition. It paid off as Leicester spilt the ball.

This time the scrum was successful for the hosts but possession was kicked safely into the waiting arms of the Tiger’s fallback Veainu. A high-ball from their scrum-half travelled little distance but still ended up in their possession.

The referee however halted play for a neck grab, penalising the visitors. Jackson kicked for a line-out just outside the opposition 22. A superb take in the line-out for Quins allowed them to form a rolling maul. Penalty to the hosts and Jackson lined up the posts.

Harlequins 13 – 3 Leicester Tigers with less than 2 minutes of the first half remaining.

The restart was kicked long, gathered, then placed in touch just inside the hosts’ half. The line-out was taken well by Leicester who ran with the ball. A spill forward gave possession to Quins however it was once again kicked away, allowing the opposition to come again.

Penalty was awarded to the visitors as the clock counted down. Burns was setting up his kick when the referee asked him to take it back to the 22. Burns pulled the kick wide of the posts.

Half Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 13 – 3 Leicester Tigers

The fans were full of voice as the two teams remerged onto the pitch for the second half.

Fitzgerald gathered the restart ball for the visitors but a knock-on handed a scrum to Harlequins just outside their own 22.

The scrum held firm and the ball was placed into touch just inside the half-way line.

Tigers kicked high but it was gathered well by Morris, fed back to Jackson following a ruck and he kicked the ball into the arms of the waiting Tigers just outside the half.

Tigers ran it back and pressured the try-line. Buchanan made a try-saving tackle just short of the line but the visitors recycled well with their scrum-half getting over the line.

Burns added the conversion and just 5 minutes into the second half the visitors closed the gap: Harlequins 13 – 10 Leicester Tigers.

Morris was superb with gathering the high ball under pressure. In a moment of madness Hopper failed to dislodge players in the ruck legally and handed the opposition a free kick. They placed the ball in touch for a line-out on the hosts’ 22.

Tigers Mermoz attempted a dummy pass but Adam Jones was well aware of the deception, grabbing hold of his shirt and bringing him down while the defence reformed.

Tigers recycled well and it seemed to be only a matter of time before they would score again with so many missed tackles.

Another penalty to the visitors in the 22 and they opted for a line-out. Their Hooker McGuigan found his mark; advantage to the visitors who made a cross-field kick. Morris chased the ball but took out the attacking player (Thompstone) in the air. The referee discussed the incident with the touch judge and a yellow card was shown. Morris was lucky not to see red.

Penalty-try awarded. Burns successfully kicked the conversion: Harlequins 13 – 17 Leicester Tigers with 28 minutes remaining.

The noise from the stands had died down as the game was slipping away. Quins were attacking but gave away another penalty as Thompstone was replaced by Williams for a Head Injury Assessment.

The hosts were unsuccessful in their attempt to steal line-out ball. Momentum had shifted to the Tigers who were once again awarded advantage then penalty. After a long huddle, they opted for the posts.

Burns was successful: Harlequins 13 – 20 Leicester Tigers with 23 minutes remaining.

Jackson got play underway again but shocking defence allowed Tigers to get just short of the half-way line before a successful tackle was made. They sent the ball to the wing and crossed into the 22.

Lambert was penalised for not rolling away and Burns kicked for touch just metres from the try-line.

Leicester found their man in the line-out and passed the ball quickly to the centre. It came back to the wing but straight into touch.

This was still dangerous territory for the hosts who had not been very successful with their set-pieces that night.

Their scrum, however, stayed true and earned Harlequins a penalty. They found touch as Morris re-joined play having served his sin-bin.

Just as things were looking up for the hosts, winning their line-out, lacklustre passing saw Burns intercept and cross for a try. Leicester’s scrum-half Harrison was replaced as Williams lined-up the posts, successfully adding the conversion: Harlequins 13 – 27 Leicester Tigers.

Buchanan made way for Gray with 16 minutes remaining.

In a rare error from the visitors, they kicked the ball straight into touch handing a line-out to Harlequins inside the opposition half. Penalty to the hosts and scrum-half Mulchrone took it quickly. Attacking play was short-lived as he was then penalised for holding on. Yarde managed to keep the ball in play, avoiding another set-piece, but they struggled to run it out of their own half.

Morris then kicked long to the anger of the fans and after a period of football, Tigers sliced the ball into touch. Quins won the line-out and earned a penalty as the man in the air was not brought down safely. They kicked for a line-out, secured the ball and passed to the centre. Another penalty to the hosts (Smith was penalised).

Again they kick for touch. Gray found his mark but the ball was not secured.

With just 10 minutes left to play, Harlequins made a triple substitution: Jones, Luamanu and Hopper made way for Shields, Naoupu and Walker.

The hosts were penalised in the ensuing scrum and Tigers sent play up to the half-way line. The visitors secured the ball in the line-out, kicked along the wing but gathered well by Morris.

A misplaced kick handed another line-out to Leicester in Quins’ half. This time the hosts stole possession but struggled to get out of their own 22.

Marchant slipped though a tackle to give the hosts momentum. Great hands kept the fast pace heading towards the line. Morris then became isolated and kicked for a chase; Tigers winning the race.

Quins won their line-out, formed a maul and advantage was being played. Quins chipped through but it was easily gathered. The referee went back for the penalty and Jackson placed the ball in touch. They found their mark at the front of the line and sent the ball to the centre. Another penalty and they once again kicked for the corner.

They found their man, formed a maul but at its collapse they had to pass. Tigers defended well and Quins slowed down their own ball. They were being pushed backwards and from gracing the try-line to almost getting out of the 22, the final attacking play was lacklustre at best.

Quins kept recycling the ball but momentum was lost. Yarde tried to up the pace and earned another penalty. Another kick to the corner and another line-out. Ball secured, maul formed.

It was a repeat of the last play with the maul collapsing and the ball being passed to the centre. Another penalty – yellow card for Tigers after time had counted down.

The line-out was permitted; a maul formed and they finally powered over. Captain Dave Ward was awarded the try.

A successful conversion would earn Harlequins a losing bonus point. As the stadium went quiet, Jackson took aim and pulled the ball wide. The final play of the game was a summary of the evening for Harlequins.

Two successive games without points.


Full Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 18 – 27 Leicester Tigers


Harlequins
15 Aaron Morris, 14 Marland Yarde, 13 Joe Marchant, 12 Matt Hopper, 11 Alofa Alofa, 10 Nick Evans, 9 Charlie Mulchrone, 1 Mark Lambert, 2 Rob Buchanan, 3 Adam Jones, 4 George Merrick, 5 Charlie Matthews, 6 James Chisholm, 7 Dave Ward ©, 8 Mat Luamanu

Replacements
16 Joe Gray, 17 Owen Evans, 18 Matt Shields, 19 Stan South 20 George Naoupu, 21 Luc Jones, 22 Ruaridh Jackson, 23 Charlie Walker

Leicester Tigers
15 Telusa Veainu, 14 Adam Thompstone, 13 Peter Betham, 12 Maxime Mermoz, 11 JP Pietersen, 10 Freddie Burns, 9 Sam Harrison, 1 Ellis Genge, 2 George McGuigan, 3 Greg Bateman, 4 Harry Wells, 5 Dom Barrow ©, 6 Mike Fitzgerald, 7 Brendon O’Connor, 8 Lachlan McCaffrey

Replacements
16 Tom Youngs, 17 Riccardo Brugnara, 18 Ben Betts, 19 Mike Williams, 20 Luke Hamilton, 21 Jono Kitto, 22 Owen Williams, 23 Matt Smith
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:07 pm  

Poor air recorded for schools in Kingston

The transport secretary has warned drivers to think long and hard before buying a diesel car, because of their high emissions.

A study commissioned by the Mayor of London has found tens of thousands of children are being exposed to toxic air which could permanently damage their health.

A number of schools in Kingston have been marked as sites of poor air, including Kingston College, Tiffin Boys' School and Kingston Grammar.

Earlier, Chris Grayling Transport Secretary and MP for Epsom and Ewell, added his voice to the warning about buying diesel cars.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:39 am  

Missing Twickenham woman


There’s a missing woman from Twickenham and Richmond police say anyone who sees her should ring 999.

Cynthia Taylor is 43 years old.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:17 am  

Timely planting of trees at Langley Vale

Another mass tree planting session is taking place at Langley Vale today.

It’s part of the Woodland Trust’s Centenary Wood, to mark those who played a part in World War I.

It lasts until 3 pm and there's pictures and more information on the website of the Woodland Trust.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:14 am  

Osterley Library closed by Storm Doris

The clear up goes on after Storm Doris.

Two libraries in South West London suffered damage including Osterley Library St Mary's Crescent in Isleworth where a tree crashed through a window.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:37 am  

Kingston Hospital sees a rise in assaults on staff

Parliament will debate an e-petition on Monday calling for assaults on NHS staff to be a specific offence.

An investigation has found the number of assaults in England has risen by a quarter over the last six years.

A freedom of information request by 38 Degrees revealed the rate that such attacks are increasing.

The Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust was the second worst in England with an increase of 767% in six years.

The Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust came in 8th place with a rise of 238% during that period.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:37 am  

Staines man prosecuted for fly tipping

A Staines man has been given a 10 month suspended jail sentence at Guildford Crown Court for fly tipping.

Ryan Smith ran an illegal waste management company taking waste from residential properties and disposing of it by fly tipping in Staines, Stanwell, Chertsey and Twickenham.

He pleaded guilty to nine offences that happened in 2015.

He was ordered to carry out 200 hours of unpaid community service and pay nearly 8 thousand pounds in compensation and costs.

He’s also banned from the business for 10 years unless he gets a waster carrier licence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:40 am  

A new arts centre for Wandsworth

With re-development of the Nine Elms area well underway, Wandsworth Council is looking for a resident for a new arts space which will become available in the new Embassy Gardens from 2019.

They’re looking for bidders from organisations who can take on the 750 square metre site and they’ll look at any art or creative discipline.

It’s one of several new creative venues which are planned to develop a lively and vibrant cultural scene in Nine Elms.

Applications need to be submitted by the 28th of April.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:12 am  

Friday, 24 February 2017

Man arrested on suspicion of Syria-related terrorist offences

Police have been given another three days to question a man arrested at Heathrow airport on suspicion of Syria-related terrorist offences.

The 26 year old was held after arriving on a flight from Turkey.

Police say it was planned and intelligence-led.

He can now remain in custody until Tuesday night.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:16 pm  

Harlequins will look to bounce back from last weekend’s loss to Bath tonight.

They host 5th placed Leicester at the Stoop in Twickenham, later, in rugby union Premiership.

Kick-off is 7.45pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:36 pm  

A property manager in Walton has become an internet hit after he was filmed helping an elderly lady during Storm Doris

96 year old Joanie was so scared of the winds, that she was forced to cling to a lamppost in Bridge Street yesterday.

Good Samaritan Dan Barnett, who was at his offices HML Shaw when he saw what was unfolding, takes up the story.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says he's disappointed for his friend Claudio Ranieri who's been sacked by Leicester.

For the second season in a row, the manager of the Premier League champions has lost his job during the next campaign.

Ranieri follows Jose Mourinho, who was let go by Chelsea in December 2015.

With Conte's side on course for the title, he's been asked if he's worried the sackings are becoming a trend for winning managers.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:58 pm  

England rugby union head coach Eddie Jones says Ben Te'o has a chance to show what he can do in Sunday's Six Nations match with Italy

After appearances off the bench, the centre will make his first start at Twickenham in place of Jonathan Joseph, who was dropped from the squad for the game.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:57 pm  

The South East has come out as on top as the worst offending area for motoring offences

That’s according to a new survey where half a million crimes were recorded in the region between 2015 and 2016.

Speeding accounted for 94% of all offences.

Meanwhile, London came second for the worst driving under the influence offences with 13,000 drink and driving crimes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:55 pm  

Surrey Historic Buildings has announced the shortlist for its Heritage Awards.

The awards celebrate the rich and diverse architectural heritage of the county.

The Old Barn Motor House in Epsom, which dates back to 1770, is included.

Also shortlisted is the Home of Compassion in Thames Ditton, an 18th century mansion which was named by a group of Anglican nuns in 1905.

The overall winner is set to be announced in March in a special ceremony in Guildford.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:54 pm  

Croydon Grime artist Stormzy has surprised fans with a secret gig he announced on social media.

At midday, the grime MC told his followers simply "Castlehaven Park - Camden - 1PM".

It coincides with the release of his debut album 'Gang Signs And Prayer' which came out at midnight and includes an unexpected collaboration with Lily Allen.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:38 pm  

Large quantities of prescription only drugs have been seized from an independent supermarket in Surbiton.

Trading standards officers inspected the property on Ewell Road where they also found a number of other unlicensed medicines.

They were being stored and sold illegally in amounts that were described as a “danger to public health”.

The types of medicines found were designed to treat illnesses such as anxiety and depression, with some not suitable for sale in the UK.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:37 pm  

A man’s been charged over an incident in Leatherhead last August.

60-year-old Clive Desmond Robinson, was arrested after members of the public reported seeing a weapon being fired in Shamrock Close.

He’s been charged with two counts of possession of a firearm and possession of an air weapon in a public place.

He’s also been charged with possession of a bladed or sharp article he will re-appear in court next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:35 pm  

Some council leaders have attacked the government over what they are calling a “ dishonest Heathrow leaflet."

The leaders of Wandsworth, Richmond, Hillingdon andWindsor and Maidenhead councils met with the Department for Transport earlier.

They accused the DfT of sending out a shamelessly “one-sided” leaflet over airport expansion.

They say the negative issues residents will face if expansion goes ahead are not being addressd.

Meanwhile, Heathrow has reported a surprise 1% increase in passenger numbers.

75.7 million passengers passed through the airport’s terminals last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:31 pm  

Four-day-old puppy dumped by bins in Tadworth as Storm Doris approached

A four-day-old puppy was found dumped near bins a day before Storm Doris swept across London.

She was found in Tadworth on Wednesday, and is so young the RSPCA can't work out what breed she is.

They’ve named her Doris and are urging anyone with information to get in touch 0300 123 4999.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:36 pm  

Rapper Stormzy from Croydon performed at a spontaneous gig in Camden this lunchtime

The grime-star sent out a message on social media encouraging his fans to attend his performance at Castleheven Park.

Stormzy’s show coincides with the release of his much anticipated debut album.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:29 pm  

Clean up operation continues in Kingston



This was the scene yesterday in Bonner Hill Road after Storm Doris ravaged parts of London.

Kingston Police closed the road after the tree was uprooted.

There were no reports of any injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:07 pm  

Heathrow Airport saw a surprise increase in passenger numbers last year

75.7 million people passed through in 2016, up 1% on the year before.

Its earnings were up nearly 5% to £1.7 billion, with the average passenger spending more than in 2015.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:38 am  

Police have charged a teenage girl from Croydon with assault and possession of an offensive weapon

This follows an investigation into footage which was circulating on social media showing two girls fighting in Islington last month.

The 15 year-old was arrested and charged on Wednesday.

She will appear in custody at Highbury Youth Court later today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:36 am  

A man in his 20s is in hospital after an accident near junction 11 for Chertsey

A motorcyclist is in hospital following a serious accident involving a car near junction 11 for Chertsey.

The collision between the Nissan Qashqai and motorbike happened just after 7 this morning.

All four lanes were shut temporarily while the Air Ambulance arrived, before taking the man in his 20’s to hospital.

All lanes have now re-opened.

A spokesperson for Surrey Police said:

Surrey Police received reports of a collision on the M25 just after 7am.

The collision took place on the clockwise carriageway between J10-11 involving a car, a Nissan QASHQAI, and a motorbike.

South East Coast Ambulance Service and Air Ambulance Service were in attendance.

The motorcyclist, a man in his 20s, was taken to hospital by ambulance.

The motorway was closed in both directions between J10-11 to allow the helicopter to land. Road closures were opened at around 8.20am.

Any witnesses are asked to call 101 and quote the reference p17044320.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:20 am  

There has been a serious accident involving a motorbike near junction 11 on the M25 near Chertsey

A motorcyclist came off a bike during the rush hour this morning.

It happened at 7am.

All four lanes were shut temporarily while the Air Ambulance arrived before 8am.

All lanes are now have now reopened.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:43 am  

The London Fire Brigade was called to around 200 incidents during Storm Doris

High winds swept across the capital yesterday, causing strong winds and heavy rain yesterday.

Firefighters attended to scaffolding in a precarious position in New Malden, and fallen trees.

One of the most serious incidents was on Hartley Down in Purley, where a woman was treated by paramedics after a tree collapsed onto a car.

A tree also collapsed onto two houses on Duke Road in Chiswick.

A man was taken to hospital with head injuries outside Victoria Station after he was hit by flying debris.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:13 am  

Surrey County Council leader David Hodge gets his CBE



Surrey County Council leader David Hodge has received a CBE from the Queen.

Mr Hodge has been heading up the Council since 2011.

He was awarded the CBE for services to local government and charity in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours.

Following the investiture at Buckingham Palace, Mr Hodge said:

“It was an unforgettable day, a fantastic experience for my family and recognition of the outstanding work of thousands of county council staff and voluntary workers across Surrey.

“Collecting my CBE from the Queen was a real privilege and I was thrilled that my wife and children were there to see it because this special award is as much for them for their steadfast support as it is for me.

“And of course I could only really accept it on behalf of the many people who have put in so much time and effort to support me – without them I simply couldn’t do my local government and Rotary work.

“However, while being recognised by the Queen is a great honour, I remain as determined as ever to work for the benefit of Surrey’s residents, whether that’s highlighting the pressures we face from rising demand for services or providing support to communities through charity work.”

Mr Hodge, who has been leader of the council since 2011, was awarded the CBE for services to local government and charity in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:36 am  

Six Nations:Jones to name England team to face Italy at Twickenham

England head coach Eddie Jones names his starting line-up later for their rugby union Six Nations match with Italy at Twickenham.

Bath centre Jonathan Joseph's been dropped from the squad for Sunday's game - with Elliot Daly expected to replace him.

James Haskell's also likely to return to the side.

They're going for a 17th win in a row.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:36 am  

Thursday, 23 February 2017

The Hammersmith and City Line has been named as one of seven tube lines that never get washed with shampoo.

Seats on the District, Jubilee, Northern, Circle, Piccadilly and Metropolitan Lines were also included in the list released by the Metro.

But despite the lack of a proper shampoo scrub, seats are brushed and carriages are given a basic clean every night.

Figures from TFL revealed that the Bakerloo, Victoria and Central Lines are shampoo washed once every six months to a year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Kingston’s MP, James Berry, has launched a bid against an Act of Parliament which requires all 32 London boroughs to pay a share of Lee Valley Park’s costs.

It’s four times the size of Richmond Park, and covers 10,000 acres of East London.

Berry said that although he wants Lee Valley to succeed, it’s unfair that a borough like Kingston should have to pay to maintain a park that’s 20 miles away.

According to the Conservatives, residents of Sutton pay the most compared with their usage.

But a spokesman for Lee Valley Regional Park Authority said it had slashed the levy for seven years running, while increasing income from other sources.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:39 pm  

A dramatic timelapse, filmed by a Hampton Court man, shows Storm Doris making its way over the capital.

28 year old Doug Stidolph filmed it from a rooftop overlooking central London while he was staying at a hotel in Park Lane.

The video was taken between 12 and 1 this afternoon as Doris caused havoc.

A top wind speed of 94mph was recorded in North Wales this morning, the Met Office said.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:22 pm  

A man's been arrested at Heathrow airport on suspicion of Syria-related terrorist offences.

The 26 year old was held after arriving on a flight from Turkey.

Police say there was no threat to passengers or airport safety, and that the arrest was planned and intelligence-led.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:50 pm  

Home buyers in London are paying “astronomical postcode premiums” for practically adjacent properties.

That’s according to research by online estate agent HouseSimple.com.

In Clapham, house prices have boomed with the average cost of a flat currently around £900,000.

But hopping over the postcode border into areas such as Stockwell, the average flat costs nearly £300,000 less.

The research also found that being in Chiswick is 40 per cent more expensive than living in neighbouring Acton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:38 pm  

Fulham’s head coach Slavisa Jokanovic has agreed a new contract at Championship promotion-chasers Fulham.

The Serb's signed on at Craven Cottage until 2019.

His previous deal ran out in the summer - with the club now just six points outside the top six, and with a game in hand.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 pm  

Storm Doris has caused chaos across the UK.

Gusts of wind over 90 miles-an-hour have been recorded in some parts.

There's been disruption for travellers on the seas, in the air as well as on the railways and roads.

Fire fighters attended nearly 150 incidents between 8am and 5pm today.

Anike Hamilton-Smith lives in Norbiton, and came home to find part of her fence missing.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 pm  

Three organisations have secured a total of nearly £245,000 thanks to Surrey’s role in the Prudential RideLondon cycling festival.

Cranleigh Riding for the Disabled Association Group, Sunbury and Walton Sea Cadets and Mole Valley District Council all received large sums of money to make improvements to their organisations.

The grants were among the latest awarded by the London Marathon Charitable Trust, which gives out proceeds from the cycling festival.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 pm  

A jury at Isleworth Crown Court heard Simon Cowell's security guard was in the toilet when a burglar stole almost 1-million pounds worth of jewellery from the star's home.

The X Factor judge and his family were asleep when the Holland Park house was broken into in December 2015.

34 year old Darren February - who's on trial- denies burglary.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 pm  

Police are appealing for help in finding a vulnerable 35-year-old man missing from Redhill, who has links to Wandsworth



Joseph Waterworth was last seen almost 3 weeks ago in Redhill town centre and at Redhill train station.

Joseph is of dual heritage and around 6ft 2in tall with curly short dark hair and speaks with a London accent.
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He was last seen wearing a knee length dark blue coat over a black tracksuit, and a flat cap.

Police are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare as he isn’t believed to have his medication with him and without it he could become very unwell.

Joseph has links to London, in particular to Wandsworth and Harrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:36 pm  

Wandsworth Council has set up clubs to inspire school children to consider careers in coding and develop their skills.

The clubs offered around 100 students the chance to work together while creating their own coding projects that they could keep in a portfolio.

Harris Academy and Ark Academy Putney were some of the schools that took part.

An event next month will give students the opportunity to showcase their work and hear from knowledgeable speakers about a career in coding.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:33 pm  

Fire fighters have been at the scene of an unsafe hoarding in New Malden for over 4 hours

Emergency services were called to Shannon Corner just after 11am.

They've been trying to secure the hoarding which is in "a precarious position" following the winds from Storm Doris.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:40 pm  

Trader from Ottershaw ordered to repay victims after laundering scam

A trader from Ottershaw who laundered cash from a driveway repair scam has been ordered to repay £15,000 to two vulnerable residents.

22 year old Charles Smailes was given a suspended sentence last year for his role in crimes which involved charging excessive sums for poor quality paving and landscaping work.

He’s returned to face a confiscation hearing to recover the proceeds of his crimes from his available assets.

Smailes was given three months to repay the money or face a nine month sentence; the money will be split between two victims.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:17 pm  

Ground maintenance staff working for Wandsworth Council are the latest threatening to strike over pay.

They say the council’s contractors, Continental Landscapes, are just “promoting modern day slavery.”

They claim Wandsworth Council and the contractor have ignored requests to raise staff pay from £7.50 an hour to the real living wage.

That’s set by the living wage foundation at £9.75 per hour.

If strike action goes ahead, it’ll take place next Tuesday and Wednesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:01 pm  

Fire breaks out at house in Hook



The emergency services were called to Brook Road just off the A3 just after 1 o’clock this afternoon.

A single storey outbuilding was completely damaged by fire.

Part of the soffit and guttering of a neighbouring property was also damaged in the blaze.

It’s unsure if the blaze is related to Storm Doris.

There are no reports of any injuries.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Storm Doris sends sky-rise builders scattering in Tolworth



Workers renovating Tolworth Tower scattered earlier after high winds from Storm Doris began battering the high rise.

They've been working on the development on behalf of CNM estates for several months.

The developer is controversially working on four blocks of flats and shops in the Broadway.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:55 pm  

Storm Doris causes chaos in London and Surrey

High winds caused by storm Doris has led to the Brigade receiving numerous weather related incidents this morning.

Between 8am and 1pm, firefighters had attended around 36 incidents related to the windy weather, including scaffolding in a precarious position at Shannon Corner in New Malden, fallen trees and a trampoline that blew from a garden onto a roundabout in Eltham.

The most serious incident was on Hartley Down in Purley as a woman was treated by London Ambulance Service crews after a tree collapsed onto a car.

A London Fire Brigade spokesperson said:

“Firefighters are always on hand should any buildings, hoardings or scaffolding be left in a precarious position and posing a risk to life because of high winds.

To help stay safe during windy weather people should always clear gardens, balconies and window sills of anything that could be blown away. They should also take extra care if they venture outside and be careful using candles in the case of a power cut.

We've also received a number of calls from people who have got locked out after the wind has blown their front door shut with their cooking on or children inside. If you're sticking your head outside make sure you take your keys with you."

Other incidents included:

A tree collapsed onto two houses on Duke Road in Chiswick

Hoarding that onto three cars on Thessaly Road in Battersea.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:01 pm  

David Bowie wins two Brit awards following his death last year

More than a year after his death, David Bowie was a double winner at the Brits last night.

"The Boy from Brixton" was awarded Best British Male and Album of the Year.

There was also a tribute to the late George Michael, sung by Coldplay's Chris Martin.

Among the other winners were Emile Sande and The 1975, while Little Mix seemed pretty pleased with the best single prize for Shout Out To My Ex.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:55 pm  

The Government's being accused of not doing enough to show it can minimise the environmental impacts of a third runway at Heathrow.

It's the preferred option for airport expansion in the south east of England.

But MPs on the Environmental Audit Committee says it’s seen little evidence of how it will be achieved without exceeding legal limits on pollution.

The government insists the new runway will not get the go-ahead, unless air quality requirements can be met.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:46 pm  

Councillors have defended their decision to prune an iconic willow tree in New Malden.

The tree was a much loved, recognisable symbol of The Triangle.

But it began shedding its branches last March, and again in October.

The council says it was necessary to “pollard” the branches, as they were hollow. But it’s hoped they may come back to life.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:42 pm  

Owners of the Indesit tumble dryer have been told to stop using the machine until they are repaired by the maker Whirpool

The Indesit tumble dryer was to blame for a fire in a 18 storey tower block last year in Shepherd's Bush.

The same advice is also been given to owners of the Hotpoint tumble dryer.

Originally owners were told they could continue to use their dryers until they were modified.

Consumer group which? Has taken legal steps to assess this decision.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:39 pm  

Kingston Police have issued a safety warning to residents as storm Doris batters Britain







A huge tree has fallen down close to a row of houses in Kingston town centre as Storm Doris continues to batter Britain.

Kingston Police tweeted photos of the massive tree in Bonner Hill Road alongside the warning for residents to stay safe in the borough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

A woman needed treatment from paramedics after a tree fell onto her car in Purley

It collapsed onto her vehicle shortly before 8 this morning in Hartley Down, where she received care.

Firefighters across London attended nearly 20 incidents relating to Storm Doris between 8am and 11am this morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:34 pm  

A tree has fallen onto two houses in Chiswick

It’s created a crater on the pavement, and concrete slabs have fallen on the road.

Firefighters were called the scene on Dukes Road earlier.

The London Fire Brigade has attended six incidents due to storm Doris so far this morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:43 am  

UPDATE: Around 140 flights from Heathrow have been cancelled - mostly domestic ones – as storm Doris bears down on Britain



Those due to travel from Heathrow are been advised to check their flight status online.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 am  

Kingstonian football club are to call Fetcham Grove home next season

They will be sharing with Leatherhead after the club confirmed they are leaving Kingsmeadow in April.

The Ks will depart the ground after landlords AFC Wimbledon sold the stadium to Chelsea.

The Clubs confirmed it’s committed to developing their own stadium in Kingston borough - in the future.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:27 am  

Firefighters dealt with a blaze above a shop in Twickenham


Fran Perrow @mediafran

Part of the loft space of a flat above the retail store was damaged by fire in London Road yesterday.

The Brigade was called at 1152 and the fire was under control by 1238. Fire crews from Twickenham and Richmond fire stations were at the scene.

The cause of the fire is now under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 am  

Dozens of flights have been cancelled to and from Heathrow airport this morning, as storm Doris bears down on Britain

We're being warned about the risk of gale force winds and snow.

It's causing some travel disruption, with speed limits introduced on some Southern rail routes.

Those due to travel from Heathrow are been advised to check their flight status online.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 am  

Richmond 's residents get another say on proposals to expand Heathrow

Richmond residents will get the chance to question officials today about one of the new proposed flight-paths which would fly over Richmond Park.

Civil servants from the Department of Transport will be available to deal with worries about impact of the third runway at Heathrow.

That’s at York House.

Tomorrow, the exhibition moves to Putney Leisure Centre.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

Croydon tram crash shows 'there's no room for complacency'

After last year’s tram crash in Croydon, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Railways says ‘there’s no room for complacency,’

It derailed when it was travelling three and a half times the speed limit, killing 7 people.

But the rail regulator's warning there is room to make the rail industry safer, despite it being 10 years since the last passenger death in a train crash.

That was in Cumbria in 2007 – 1 died and 87 were injured.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Some flights at Heathrow today could be disrupted

There’ll be around 10 per cent few flights at Heathrow today because of heavy rain and winds of up to 80 miles an hour across the country.

Storm Doris is expected to affect North Wales, the Midlands and the east and north-west of England the most, with amber weather warnings in place.

The airport's warning passengers may experience disruption.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Government's accused of not doing enough to show environmental impacts will be minimised if a third runway at Heathrow goes ahead

The government's being accused of not doing enough to show it can minimise the environmental impacts of a third runway at Heathrow.

It's their preferred option for airport expansion in the south east of England.

The government insists the new runway will not get the go-ahead, unless air quality requirements can be met.

But MPs on the Environmental Audit Committee say they've seen little evidence of how it will be achieved without exceeding legal limits on pollution.

Mary Creagh is its chair.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:13 am  

Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Fulham get third win in a row - in a 2-0 victory against Bristol City

Fulham have claimed a third Championship win in a row tonight with a 2-0 victory away to Bristol City.

Goals from Lucas Piazon and Tom Cairney left Bristol City just two points above the relegation zone.

Fulham are now 6 points off the top 6, with a game in hand.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:23 pm  

Support for the most vulnerable victims of domestic abuse in Richmond and Wandsworth will get a £244,000 boost

Support for the most vulnerable victims of domestic abuse in Richmond and Wandsworth will get a £244,000 boost.

The government grant has been awarded to help establish a new outreach service.

It’s after the two councils, together with the National Domestic abuse Charity Refuge and homelessness charity SPEAR applied for the funding.

The new service will provide flexible individually tailored support and will work with partner organisations supporting women with complex needs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 pm  

Grime star from Croydon in the running for British Breakthrough Act at Brit Awards tonight

The stars are arriving for tonight’s Brit Awards in London.

Organisers say there will be a tribute to George Michael but they haven’t revealed any details of what form that’ll take.

Grime artist Skepta and pop band Little Mix lead the nominations tonight with three each.

Fellow Grime star, Stormzy from Croydon, is in the running for the Breakthrough award and says he’s just happy to be there.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:59 pm  

Hammersmith born actor is a big hit with mums

Tom Hardy is to read three more bedtime stories on children’s TV channel CBeebies.

The Hammersmith born actor was a big hit – especially with mums – when he did it on New Year’s Eve and Valentine’s Day.

Some fans even confessed to watching after their kids were asleep.

It’s yet to be confirmed when the new tales will air.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:57 pm  

Missing girl in Croydon


Police are appealing for help to trace a young girl missing from Croydon.

13 year old Kalia Bernard-Brent was last seen leaving her home near Purley Way around 8.45pm last night.

Kalia is black, with a slim build, around 5ft 7in tall with black hair in buns.

She is known to visit to Croydon, South Norwood, Streatham and possibly Brixton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Ex-Sutton goalkeeper Wayne Shaw is being offered a job as Chief Pie Eater

Ex-Sutton goalkeeper Wayne Shaw is being offered a job as Chief Pie Eater.

Shaw resigned from the club for his eating antics during Monday night’s FA Cup game.

Burger chain MEATliquor created the bespoke role following his performance off the pitch.

The job involves daily duties of eating the full array of new menu items, ranging from pies to variations on the classic burgers and more.

Scott Collins, the co-founder of MEATliquor says “we are awaiting an official response, we really hope he accepts.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:17 pm  

Surrey's former Police Chief misses out on top job

Cressida Dick has been named as the new Commissioner at the Metropolitan Police, taking over from Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe.

MS Dick was once the most senior female police officer in the country.

She was also the officer in command of the operation that led to the fatal shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes at Stockwell station.

Surrey Police’s former Chief Mark Rowley missed out on the top job.

He led the 5 year investigation into the murder of Walton school girl Milly Dowler from 2002.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:45 pm  

The road where a teenager died after being hit by a lorry in New Malden is being re-designed.

14 year old Coombe Girl’s Pupil Lavna Chuttoo was killed crossing Lime Grove, where it meets Coombe Road, in November 2015.

Although it was ruled road layout was not a factor in her death, the council has decided to go ahead with junction improvements.

Short term improvements include replacing the zebra crossing beacons with high intensity LED lights.

A proposal to move the zebra crossing and introduce a 20mph speed limit along the busier Coombe Road have also been looked at.

Some residents living in the small Groves, want lorries banned completely from using them, councillors also looked at making Lime Grove a one way route.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:43 pm  

Missing Woman in Hounslow



Police are appealing for help to trace a woman missing from Hounslow.

36 year old Xiao Qian Yin was last seen by her boyfriend 10 days ago in Tooting.

Xiao is described as 5ft 4 inches tall of slim build with dark shoulder length hair.

She is known to visit Tooting, Hounslow and Barking areas.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:39 pm  

A church in Kingston which gave a homeless couple a free wedding, is now also looking to find them a flat

Chris and Kirsty Groombridge have been sleeping rough since last May after losing their jobs and home.

In November, they met with an outreach group at Kingsgate Church, and Pastor Paul Harper married them on Friday.

He is now appealing for funds to help them set up home together.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:43 am  

Could your dog be a blood donor for other pooches across Surrey ?

There is a shortage of dog blood donors across Surrey.

Owners who have pets that weigh more than 25kg, and are aged between 1 and 8, are being asked to sign them up to donate.

Amanda Cooke is practice manager, and Claire de la Porte is receptionist at Ewell Vets, where a blood session is taking place on March the 16th.



Please note that dogs do have to be registered before they can give blood on the 16th. You can register your pet by contacting Ewell Vets' direct on 020 8393 6056.

You can also find out more about pets giving blood in general, by clicking here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:34 am  

A woman has been sectioned under the Mental health Act in Weybridge

Police detained the woman believed to be in her 20s in Balfour Road this morning.

Officers were investigating reports of suspicious behaviour around several nurseries in the area this week.

Surrey Police statement

"We are aware of recent comments circulating on Facebook about a woman acting suspiciously around several Weybridge nurseries this week. We would like to reassure residents and parents that this morning local officers detained a woman in Balfour Road, Weybridge in connection with these incidents. The woman has been sectioned under the Mental Health Act and is now in the care of medical professionals."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:26 am  

Four fire engines and 21 firefighters tackled a blaze in Croydon

Emergency services were called to a flat fire on Purley Road yesterday afternoon.

Fire damaged part of a four roomed flat on the fourth floor of the five storey block.

The cause of is now under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 am  

A petition has been launched to have Wayne Shaw reinstated at Sutton United

Over 1,500 people have signed a petition to have, Wayne Shaw, reinstated after his departure from Sutton United yesterday.

The reserve goalkeeper and coach quit following a pie-eating stunt during their FA Cup defeat to Arsenal.

The Football Association and Gambling Commission have both started investigating.

One bookmaker had offered odds on him doing it.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 am  

237 knives handed in to Surrey Police during amnesty



Nearly 240 knives were handed in during Surrey Police’s month-long knife amnesty.

Hundreds of blades were deposited in special bins at Guildford, Reigate, Staines and Woking police stations.

The campaign ended last Monday with a total of 237 knives recovered.

Superintendent Bex Smith said:

“I’m pleased that so many people have taken this opportunity to get these potentially deadly weapons safely off our streets. Thank you if you have made the decision to hand in your weapon – your action has the potential to save a life.

“If carrying a knife is still a temptation for you, our message is clear: it isn’t cool, it won’t protect you – in fact you’re more likely to be hurt yourself – and we will arrest and prosecute you if we catch you. Please think twice before taking a knife out with you.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:34 am  

A man has lost his hand after an accident at a butcher in New Malden

It happened when he tried to mince his own meat at Surrey Halal Meat butchers which was about to close its doors.

Emergency services attended the scene on the 11th of February, and managed to free the customer from the machine.

He was rushed to hospital, where his hand was amputated.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:10 am  

Sutton manager says Wayne Shaw has a few tough days ahead

Sutton manager Paul Doswell has admitted it'll be a tough few days for Wayne Shaw - after the reserve goalkeeper quit.

The Football Association and Gambling Commission have both started investigating - after Shaw ate a pie in the dugout during their FA Cup defeat to Arsenal.

One bookmaker had offered odds on him doing it.

Doswell says it's not been easy to deal with.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

As more strikes go ahead today on Southern - here are the services not running from Clapham Junction and Leatherhead

There will be no services between Clapham Junction and Milton Keynes Central today as guards have walk out for the 29th time in their row over safety.

Talks between the RMT union and Southern broke down last week in the 10-month-long dispute.

Southern says it expects to run ‘around three-quarters of its normal service’ today.

There’ll be no Southern trains between Leatherhead and Guildford.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Tuesday, 21 February 2017

Man in critical condition after falling from building in Streatham

A man has been left fighting for his life after falling from a building in Streatham.

The London Air Ambulance were called to reports that a man in his 20s had ‘fallen from a height’ in Faygate Road.

Police were called to the scene by paramedics at around 12.45pm this afternoon, the man was rushed to hospital in a critical condition.

Enquiries continue – but no arrests have been made.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:52 pm  

QPR win 2-1 tonight against Wigan

QPR have earned their victory at Loftus Road tonight with a 2-1 win over Wigan.

Wigan remain in the bottom three of the Championship as goals from Matt Smith and Conor Washington put Rangers in the lead.

They now have 40 points, putting them 15th in the table - level with Brentford, who also won 2-1 against Sheffield Wednesday this evening.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:17 pm  

Update: Heterosexual Hammersmith couple denied civil partnership say they will go to the Supreme Court

A heterosexual couple from Hammersmith say they're going to take their battle to enter into a civil partnership to the Supreme Court.

The pair insists their fight is not over - after appeal judges rejected their case.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:41 pm  

Police concerned about missing 10-year-old from #Battersea



Police are becoming increasingly concerned about the whereabouts of a missing 10-year-old girl in Battersea.

Frances Nwachukwu has been missing since 4 O’clock this afternoon.

She was last wearing school uniform with Navy duffle coat with the hood up, with a grey backpack with stripes.

Anyone who sees Frances is asked to call police as a matter of urgency on 999.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:36 pm  

Gordon Ramsay's in-laws arrested in police computer probe

Gordon Ramsay’s father-in-law and other family members have been charged as part of an investigation by police into computer hacking.

68-year-old Chris Hutcheson, Tana Ramsay’s father, her brother Adam and her sister Orlanda Butland, who lives in Wandsworth, will all appear in court in March.

Another of the celebrity chef’s father-in-law’s sons was also charged as part of the Met Police’s Operation Tuleta.

The charges have been made following allegations they conspired together to access data in a computer without authority 7 years ago.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:28 pm  

23-year-old arrested for alleged false imprisonment in Norbury

A 23-year-old man’s been charged following an incident involving false imprisonment in Norbury.

23-year-old Kinane Rose from Croydon has also been arrested for reported assault, possession of an offensive weapon, and drugs.

He was arrested on Sunday and has been remanded to appear at Croydon Crown Court in due course.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:26 pm  

Former chief of Surrey Police named as possible candidate for Met Police chief role

The former chief constable of Surrey Police has been named as a possible candidate for the top Met Police chief job.

Mark Rowley came to prominence in his role as national lead for counter-terrorism.

But three other candidates are widely seen as being in the running to succeed, including the director-general at the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Cressida Dick.

The successful person will earn a salary of more than £270,000 , plus benefits.

The appointment will be made by the Queen following a recommendation from the Home Secretary, and we’re expected to find out tomorrow.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:27 pm  

The mother of murdered schoolgirl, Sarah Payne, has had a laptop containing memories of her daughter stolen from her home in Hersham

The computer, also holding details of her charity work, was taken from her shed on Friday.

47 year-old, Sara Payne, has since urged the thieves to come forward via Twitter.

She’s made clear that anyone who published any content from her laptop would be charged with handling stolen goods.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:27 pm  

Pie- gate goalie resigns

Sutton United has asked reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw to hand in his resignation and he has agreed.

It’s after the FA announced it was investigating whether betting rules were broken when he ate a pie during last night’s match.

He was spotted in the dugout during their FA Cup defeat to Arsenal.

The Gambling Commission's is also looking into the incident because one bookmaker offered odds of 8-to-1 on Shaw doing it on camera.

But Sutton manager Paul Doswell says the whole thing is one big mistake.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:54 pm  

FA investigating Sutton United pie-gate

The Football Association's investigating whether betting rules were broken when Sutton's reserve goalkeeper ate a pie in the dugout during their FA Cup defeat to Arsenal.

The Gambling Commission's also looking into the incident, where one bookmaker offered odds of 8-to-1 on Wayne Shaw doing it on camera.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:41 pm  

Police are appealing for information following a burglary at a house in Addlestone

Intruders gained access to the property on Station Road between 9.15 am and 6 pm on Wednesday the 18th of January.

They stole a safe containing valuable jewellery and a sentimental gold and stainless steel Rolex watch.

Police are urging anyone with information, or who may have seen these items for sale to contact them.

1. Strange of London sterling silver dog charm
2. Strange of London sterling silver honeycomb cuff gold plated
3. Strange of London silver and gold winged bee pendant
4. Solid Silver incog pendant
5. Diamond slices – around 15 different sizes
6. Gold and black (old) signate ring
7. Rolex Watch Datejust – gold and stainless steel ( K649465)



If you have seen these items for sale online or have any information please call 101 quoting, 45170006026
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:03 pm  

Customer finds child's tooth in his meal at KFC in Croydon


A child’s tooth has been found cooked inside a chip at KFC in Croydon.

Kush Wilson went for a family meal at the fast food restaurant in Church Street on Saturday when he discovered what he believed to be a tooth.

The 31-year old was said to be left traumatised at the grim discovery.

KFC have since denied that the object inside the food is likely to be a tooth and say no similar incidents have occurred at their restaurant before.

Photo courtesy of @Kris_JMac
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:01 pm  

Three men jailed for conning Tadworth woman



Three conmen have been jailed for 14 years after swindling an elderly woman from Tadworth out almost £300,000.

She was scammed by the men who claimed her home need roofing work.

Henry Chambers from Wimbledon faces 7-years and 3-months in prison.

Accomplices David Stacey from Croydon, and Epsom’s John Ridgley will serve a combination of 7 years between them.

All pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit fraud.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:36 pm  

Kingston’s safest ward has been hit by a spate of burglaries

Coombe Vale in New Malden has seen a number of thefts from cars and homes as well as stolen mopeds over recent weeks.

Police are reminding people to lock their doors and windows, and to contact officers if they spot anything suspicious.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:31 pm  

Sutton's Wayne Shaw says eating a pie during the FA cup tie with Arsenal was banter

Wayne Shaw says it was just banter - but the Football Association are now investigating whether their betting rules were breached when the Sutton reserve goalkeeper ate a pie.

He was seen tucking into it on the touchline after they'd made their final substitution in their FA Cup fifth round defeat to Arsenal last night.

Sports correspondent, Paul Kelso, says the Gambling Commission are also looking into why he did it.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

A plea is going out for dog blood donors across Surrey

Owners who have pets that weigh more than 25kg, and are aged between 1 and 8, are being asked to sign them up to donate.

Amanda Cooke is practice manager at Ewell Vets, where a blood session is taking place on March the 16th.



Your dog must be registered to give blood ahead of the session on March the 16th.

To find out more, or register your pet, click here

Or book an appointment at the Vet's; 4 Langton Ave, Ewell, Surrey, KT17 1LD

Tel: 020 8393 6056
Fax: 020 8394 0583
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:47 pm  

Hammersmith heterosexual couple lose latest civil partnership battle

A heterosexual couple from Hammersmith who've lost a legal battle for the right to enter into a civil partnership say they're "deeply disappointed".

Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan don't want to get married - but think their relationship should be legally recognised.

Only same-sex couples are eligible for civil partnerships, though.

Speaking outside the Court of Appeal, Charles insists the fight isn't over.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:40 pm  

Appeal for information following Shepherd's Bush stabbing



A man’s been stabbed in Shepherd’s Bush.

The 25 year-old was found lying face down yesterday in the middle of Bentworth Road - after receiving help from members of the public.

He was taken to a London hospital for leg injuries, which are not life-threatening.

Officers from Hammersmith and Fulham CID are now appealing for witnesses or anyone with any information about the incident to contact them.

Anyone who can assist the investigation is asked to contact police on 020 8246 2609 or 101, or via @MetCC.

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

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:32 pm  

Sutton's reserve goalkeeper's pie-eating stunt investigated by FA and Gambling Commission

The Gambling Commission's investigating whether a bookmaker paid Sutton's reserve goalkeeper, to eat a pie in their FA Cup defeat to Arsenal.

Wayne Shaw tucked into it on the touchline after the non-league side had made their third and final substitution - in their fifth round tie at Gander Green Lane last night.

The watchdog can void bets if he was paid.

Shaw says it was just banter.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:28 pm  

Five protesters arrested after Heathrow Airport tunnel was blocked

The main approach tunnel to Heathrow Airport was blocked by protesters objecting to plans for a third runway.

Three cars were parked across the road, with protesters chaining themselves to one of the vehicles this morning.

The tunnel, which accesses Terminals 2 and 3, was shut for more than two hours while the M4 spur road was also temporarily closed.

Five people have been arrested on suspicion of obstructing a highway.

One of the protesters who was chained to the vehicle was taken to hospital as a precaution.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:28 pm  

Residents in New Malden counting the cost of fly tip clean up



The owners of the old Shell Garage in Coombe Road estimate it will cost about £20,000 to clean up the site after travellers moved in just before Christmas.

Frontier Estates, based in Milton Keynes, took over the site in the hope of turning it into flats, but residents opposed the idea last summer over fears of increased traffic congestion.

It has been lying empty ever since.

Travellers entered the site on December the 18th, and were forced to leave on the 21st, but left a huge pile of destruction in their wake.

Although Frontier Estates has boarded up the site, residents say they can still see the rubbish, above, from their flats, and claim there is also now a rat infestation.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:21 pm  

Lindsay Lohan says she was "racially profiled" while wearing a headscarf at Heathrow

The actress, who's considering converting to Islam, told ITV she was stopped by security officials - who apologised after she removed the scarf and they realised who she was.

She says she's "scared" for women who may not feel comfortable removing their headwear.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:20 pm  

Heterosexual couple from Hammersmith who object to 'patriarchal baggage' of marriage lose legal battle

A heterosexual couple from Hammersmith have lost their court battle for the right to have a civil partnership.

Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan argued they face discrimination because civil partnerships are only open to same-sex couples.

The Court of Appeal's upheld a High Court ruling against them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:23 am  

UPDATE: Arrests at Heathrow as protesters chain themselves to a car

Two people have been arrested at Heathrow airport, as police continue to deal with three protesters who’ve chained themselves to a car.

Motorists have been warned of possible delays as protesters block a road and tunnel leading to terminals two and three.

The protest group, Rising Up! said they are acting to oppose expansion at the UK’s busiest airport.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:21 am  

Climate change protest blocking Heathrow tunnel


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A demonstration has blocked the Heathrow Tunnel causing major tailbacks on the M4 and sparking chaos for airport passengers.

Climate change protesters, Rising Up, campaigning against a third runway, have used a car to block the tunnel and chained themselves to it.

The blue vehicle was draped with a banner which read "no new runways".

Heathrow airport says contraflow traffic measures are in place and we are working closely with the authorities to resolve the issue.

A Heathrow spokesperson said:

“Heathrow Airport can confirm that a protest activity is on-going in the in-bound tunnel to Terminals 2 and 3. Heathrow supports the right to peaceful protest within the law, but the safety and security of our passengers, aircraft and colleagues together with the smooth running of the operation is paramount. Contraflow traffic measures are in place and we are working closely with the authorities to resolve the issue, but advise passengers to allow more time to drive into Terminals 2 and 3.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 am  

Sutton manager Paul Doswell hopes some of the fans they've attracted to the club will stick with them

Sutton boss Paul Doswell says he's overwhelmingly proud of his players despite their run in the FA Cup coming to an end last night.

The non-league side went down to a 2-nil defeat to Premier League Arsenal at Gander Green Lane.

Doswell hopes some of the fans they've attracted to the club will stick with them.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:19 am  

Croydon recorded the highest knife related murder rate with six deaths last year

Three people were killed or seriously injured by knives every day last year in London.

Met police figures obtained by the Evening Standard revealed 60 people were stabbed to death in 2016.

Croydon recorded the highest knife related murder rate with six deaths.

In terms of injuries, Lambeth had the worst record with one death and nearly 250 people injured, closely followed by Newham.

This year 5 people have been stabbed to death in the capital - including 19 year-old Djodjo Nsaka from Streatham.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:37 am  

Despite Sutton’s FA Cup coming to a close the club has received a total of over a million pounds

Arsenal stopped Sutton United’s FA Cup run as they beat them 2-0 to put themselves into the quarter-final where they play Lincoln City.

It was Lucas Perez and Theo Wallcot who grabbed two goals for Arsenal, in front of 5000 people at Gander Green Lane last night.

Despite Sutton’s FA Cup coming to a close, the club has received a total of over a million pounds.

Sutton manager Paul Doswell tells Radio Jackie what the money will go towards.




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:33 am  

Richmond and Wandsworth Councils to send information to residents on how Heathrow expansion will affect them

Richmond and Wandsworth Councils are among five in the South East working together to ‘expose the true impact of expanding Heathrow Airport’.

As part of the consultation they started at the beginning of the month, they’re sending information to residents across their boroughs over the next few weeks.

In addition, feedback cards direct to the DfT and question cards have been included – to make the consultation more accessible for everyone to participate.

They say it’s in response so an unbalanced scheme that saw millions of people sent information on the benefits, but failed to include any potential downsides
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:34 am  

Shelter charity comes to Croydon

The national charity for homeless people Shelter has opened a new modern centre in the heart of Croydon.

The 11th of its kind in Britain, it’s been established to provide vital services to those looking to find permanent homes.

It aims to help people through every stage of that journey- from early engagement to education and employment.

It was formally opened by the Council on Surrey Street
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:33 am  

Some working families in Wandsworth will be entitled to more free childcare

From September some working parents in Wandsworth will be able to claim an extra 15 hours’ of free childcare.

To be eligible you must be a two-parent working family or a lone working parent earning more than the equivalent of 16 hours per week at the national living wage.

Parents on zero-hours contracts will be eligible, as are those who are registered as self-employed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 am  

Paul Doswell says his players have made everyone proud after Arsenal defeat

Sutton's remarkable FA Cup journey is over after defeat to Arsenal in the fifth round.

The non-league side lost 2-nil to the Premier League giants at Gander Green Lane.

Manager Paul Doswell says the players performed admirably.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:31 am  

Monday, 20 February 2017

TV presenter threatened on train from Sutton

A TV presenter has revealed how she was threatened by a man on a train after she called him up on throwing chicken bones on the floor.

News presenter Cathy Newman said the young man swore at her and said he would punch her on the face on the train from Sutton.

It happened last Saturday evening – after the Channel 4 presenter was travelling home from work.

She tweeted a photo of the chicken bones and has reported to incident to the British Transport Police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:33 pm  

Wimbledon train station one of the worst for being overcharged on your Oyster card

Wimbledon is one of the worst London stations for being overcharged on your Oyster card for an incomplete journey.

It’s been revealed that Londoner’s have been charged £365 million in the past six years for forgetting to tap out.

Lib Dem leader Tim Farron said the current system treats passengers as “cash cows” the issue is note treated seriously enough.

TfL made more than half a million pounds from commuters at Wimbledon station, from more than 100,000 people.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:16 pm  

Sutton United's manager is confident ahead of tonight's match against Arsenal


Sutton United are hoping to cause an upset tonight as they host Arsenal in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

Sutton, who have only lost four of their 45 games at Gander Green Lane, host the Gunners at 7:55pm with 5,000 people attending.

The national –league side are the lowest ranked team left in the tournament and meet the Premier League giants for the first time.

Paul Doswell, Sutton United manager explains why they have a chance against Arsenal.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:49 pm  

It's the warmest day of the year so far

Temperatures have hit 18.3 degrees Celsius at Kew Gardens and Northolt in London.

Heathrow Airport's seen highs just below that.

It's been 17.5 degrees Celsius at Marham in Norfolk.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:39 pm  

Mayor of Sutton Richard Clifton has this prediction ahead of tonight's Sutton United v Arsenal game

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:32 pm  

It seems Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has aesthetics on his mind

He thinks the artificial pitch at Sutton’s 5,000 seat stadium at Gander Green Lane, could cause problems for his side.

He says ideally, the team would like to play on “a normal pitch.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:26 pm  

A private girls' school in Hammersmith has decided to allow its sixth form students to choose their own gender identity.

Students aged 16 from St Paul's Girls School can now opt to use boys’ names and wear boys’ clothes if they wish to.

It’s as part of the school's new gender identity protocol.

Requests from students who wish to go through a formal process, to be known within the school as either a boy or gender-neutral are being considered.

Campaigners have welcomed the school's decision to let pupils choose their gender identity.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:11 pm  

It’s emerged two German fighter jets intercepted a Heathrow bound airliner after air traffic control lost radio contact with the pilot

Last Thursday, a Jet Airways flight carrying 330 passengers and a crew of 15 from Mumbai, was over Cologne when radio contact stopped.

The German Air Force scrambled two Eurofighter Typhoons to escort the plane.

It’s thought to have tuned in at the wrong radio frequency.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:10 pm  

Sutton United will attempt to create a huge shock in the last-16 of the FA Cup tonight

The non-league side host joint-record winners Arsenal at Gander Green Lane.

The winners will face Lincoln in the quarter finals.

Sutton Chairman Bruce Elliott says the cup run has been a massive boost to the club's finances.




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:28 pm  

Sutton United player speaks ahead of tonight's game

Sutton boss Paul Doswell reckons earning a replay against Arsenal tonight would be one of the biggest results in FA Cup history.

The lowest ranked team left host the Premier League giants in the last-16 with fellow National League side Lincoln waiting in the quarter-finals.

Midfielder Roarie Deacon's one of four Sutton players to have come through Arsenal's youth system.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:23 pm  

A tram that crashed in Croydon in November killing seven people, was travelling 33 miles per hour over the speed limit

That's faster than investigators first thought.

An updated interim report has also found the speed limit sign was situated past the point where drivers would need to start reducing their speed.

Reporter Laura Bundock has more.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:41 pm  

Car fire brings M25 to a standstill at Wisley



A car fire, following an accident, brought a part of the M25 to a standstill earlier.

There were queues of five miles at Junction 10 for Wisley, on the clockwise stretch, after the shunt just before 11am.

One of the cars caught fire, causing the anticlockwise stretch to also come to a stop because of billowing smoke.

There are no reports of any injuries.

For the latest, follow the travel team on Twitter @Jackie_Travel
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:39 pm  

London Fire Brigade has retrofitted a sheltered housing block of flats in Kingston with smoke alarms.

Council run Hugh Herland House was handed over £80,000 in funding to make the property, which has 35 flats, safer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:27 pm  

A new Armed Forces Covenant will be signed by Surrey Police today.

The document is a declaration of support for current and former servicemen and women.

Its aim is to recognise their sacrifice and ensure the police service helps to meet their needs.

Police and Crime Commissioner David Munro and Chief Constable Nick Ephgrave will be the ones to add their signatures to the pledge.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:25 pm  

Police are hunting a man in connection with a burglary in Chipstead

Jewellery was stolen from a property on Coulsdon Lane – in the early hours of Friday evening.

Detectives are appealing for witnesses to come forward.

If you recognise this man or have any information which could help the investigation please call Surrey Police on 101 or ask to speak with the Reigate investigating officer PC Warwick. Alternatively if you wish to remain anonymous contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:29 pm  

The Croydon tram in which 7 passengers died when it derailed was travelling even faster than previously thought

An updated report from the Rail Accident Investigation Branch, said the packed tram was travelling at 46mph.

This was three and a half times the maximum speed when it came off the line in November - The limit for the bend is 13mph.

Today’s report also suggests driver, Alfred Dorris, “lost awareness” as he neared the bend.

A total of 70 rather than 60 people are now thought to have been on the Wimbledon-bound tram, which derailed near Sandilands junction.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:35 am  

People of Ham call for mass clean up of Thames Towpath



This is the state of the Thames Towpath between Ham and Richmond.

Walkers are calling on those who use the popular route not to drop rubbish, and even to pick it up where they see it, even if they didn't drop it.

They say the litter is blighting the natural beauty, which overlooks areas like Petersham Meadows.

However, the clean campaigners say they are aware that litter does get washed up from the Thames, and it's not always because people are being "litter louts."

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:47 am  

Battersea Dogs & Cats home is calling on the government for harsher punishments for people who abuse and neglect animals

They say England and Wales lags behind other western nations in penalising abusers.

Currently the strongest sentence for the most shocking cases of animal cruelty is just six months in prison.

Director of Operations at Battersea, Peter Lurie, tells us why we have seen an increase in abuse.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:14 am  

Hammersmith house measuring 7ft wide on the market for £900k

A three-bedroom family home, in Hammersmith measuring just seven-feet wide has been put on the market for almost £900,000.

It is believed the property was originally used as a Victorian laundry house.

The narrow home is four times the price of the average home in England and Wales, which is currently £220,000.

However, it is one of the cheapest three-bedroom homes for sale in Hammersmith.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 am  

A new employment scheme is starting across Croydon, Kingston, Merton, Richmond and Sutton

A new employment scheme has been launched across five boroughs to help people get into work.

Croydon, Kingston, Merton, Richmond and Sutton are working together on the new look Work Programme.

It will concentrate on helping people who have been unemployed for longer than two years or who have struggled to get into work due.

It will also address other difficulties including a lack of basic education, debt and homelessness.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:38 am  

Sutton’s Craig Eastmond is really looking forward to playing against his former club Arsenal in tonight’s historic FA Cup tie

The 26-year-old played for Arsenal for over ten years and made ten starts for the first team.

Sutton meet the Premier League giants for the first time ever with 5,000 people watching the match tonight at Gander Green Lane.

Speaking to Radio Jackie, Craig Eastmond tells us what he thinks their chances are.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:08 am  

Staines folk can talk to civil servants today on Heathrow expansion

Residents can question officials today in Staines about the expansion of Heathrow airport.

Civil servants from the Department of Transport will be available to deal with worries about the proposed future new flightpaths.

That’s at the Hythe Centre in Staines.

On Thursday, the exhibition moves to York House in Richmond.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

Max Clifford fails to pay compensation

Max Clifford has failed to pay compensation to two women he was found guilty of abusing.

The disgraced former PR guru from Hersham agreed to give £80,000 and £15,000 to the women after he was jailed for eight years.

Neither has received any money and they’ve applied for charging orders on his Surrey mansion.

Clifford would have to pay them from the proceeds if it’s sold.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:12 am  

Sunday, 19 February 2017

Plans for Croydon’s new cultural quarter will go before the council’s planning committee on Thursday

Preliminary works, including the first stage of refurbishment work at Fairfield Halls, are already underway.

The development will see College Green and Fairfield transformed and over 200 new homes built.

The total cost of the regeneration is expected to be £5.25 billion and take about 10 to 15 years to complete.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:31 pm  

A mass volunteer clean - up of Richmond Park will take place next month

This event is part of the charity Keep Britain Tidy’s campaign to encourage 500,000 people to get out and clean nationwide.

It’s taking place between 12 noon and 4 on Sunday the 5th of March.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:42 pm  

Fly-tipping in Twickenham

A man has been handed a suspended prison sentence as London’s councils try to prove they’re cracking down on fly-tipping.

Ryan Smith collected waste for payment and dodged disposal costs by dumping rubbish he collected from commercial businesses.

The fly tips were found in parts of Twickenham and Staines in 2015.

He pleaded guilty to a catalogue of offences and received 10 months in jail, suspended for 2 years.

He was also given 200 hours non paid community service and was ordered to pay £7,000 in costs.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:07 pm  

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