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Saturday, 15 July 2017

Treasury denies Chancellor's 'public sector workers' comment


The Treasury is denying the chancellor told a cabinet meeting that public sector workers are overpaid.

The Sunday Times is reporting he made the remarks on Tuesday and that Philip Hammond said it's true when you take into account pensions.

The MP for Runnymede and Weybridge also apparently said train-drivers are ludicrously overpaid.

Chief political correspondent Jon Craig has a statement from The Treasury:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:38 pm  

Investigation launched after body found in West Byfleet

An investigation has been launched following the discovery of a man's body in the Basingstoke Canal at Woodham Lock, West Byfleet.

The body was discovered at around 9am today (15 July) by a member of the public.

The identity of the man has not been discovered.

Officers are looking into the circumstances that led him to being found, and they are treating it as suspicious.

Anyone with information which could assist the investigation is asked to contact Surrey Police immediately on 101, quoting 45170076698.

Alternatively you can share information anonymously with the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:31 pm  

Father of three steals show at Wimbledon after facing Kim Clijsters

Garbine Muguruza may have been victorious today at Wimbledon, but there was a new star of the tournament over in the women’s doubles invitational.

Irish father-of-three Chris Quinn was heard shouting advice to Belgian legend Kim Clijsters.

Clijsters then summoned him from the crowd and ordered him to play to see if he could do any better.

Unfortunately, he was in breach of Wimbledon’s strict dress code. But there was a solution… so he played in a spare skirt donated by Clijsters!

Footage of the incident has been shared thousands of times online and Mr Quinn tweeted about it, saying that “it is one thing off the bucket list.”



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:31 pm  

Acid attack victim talks about his ordeal

The victim of an acid attack has said it felt like fire had been thrown at him when a corrosive substance was thrown in his face.

Jabed Hussain was one of five people attacked during a 90-minute period in London on Thursday night.

The delivery driver was saved from serious injury by his motorbike helmet.

Home Office minister Sarah Newton said the government was considering tighter controls on corrosive substances.

Two teenage boys have been arrested.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:18 pm  

Kingston Uni advises students ahead of A Level results

Students hoping to secure a place at Kingston Uni are being advised to plan ahead in case they don’t get their desired A Level results.

The clearing hotline will open the moment the results are released on August the 17th.

But Uni bosses are warning thousands are likely to call.

They say the best way to navigate clearing is to research courses carefully, so they have a back up if things don’t go to plan.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:48 pm  

Venus Williams has missed out on a sixth Wimbledon singles title

She was beaten 7-5, 6-love by Garbine Muguruza in the final.

At 37 - Williams could have become the oldest woman to win a grand slam singles title in the open era.

She says it was still a tournament to remember.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:14 pm  

A man has been taken to hospital after falling from his bike in Dorking

The incident happened at around 10:40 am near Coldharbour Lane.

The mountain biker, who is in his 50s, sustained life-threatening injuries and is in a critical condition.

Anyone who may have seen the incident is asked to call the Serious Collision Investigation Unit.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:54 pm  

There’s chaos in store for SW Train users across London and Surrey today

Buses are replacing trains between Teddington and Shepperton and Epsom and Dorking.

There are also amended services into Waterloo.

Stay tuned to Jackie for the latest travel.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:21 pm  

A spokesman for Charlie Gard's parents has accused the NHS of holding their son 'prisoner'.

Connie Yates and Chris Gard, from Bedfont, are locked in a legal dispute with the 11 month-old's doctors, who believe he should be allowed to die.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:25 pm  

Garbine Muguruza is the new Wimbledon ladies' singles champion

The Venezuelan-born Spaniard beat five-time winner Venus Williams 7-5, 6-love in the final under the roof on Centre Court.

Williams had two set points in the first set - but Muguruza held, broke immediately, and then took control.

It means at 37, Williams has missed out on becoming the oldest woman to win a grand slam singles title in the open era.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:47 pm  

Today marks 25 years since the murder of Rachel Nickell on Wimbledon Common

The 23 year old was walking with her son when she was attacked and sexually assaulted by Robert Napper, near the famous Windmill.

Rachel’s son Alex, who is now 28, was the only witness to the attack. He still has vivid memories about the day.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:28 pm  

Vince Cable has his say on Blair's Brexit comments

Tony Blair says it's 'absolutely necessary' that Brexit is stopped.

The former Prime Minister says he thinks public opinion is 'moving' and warned the decision to leave the EU is already causing damage to the UK.

Lib Dem leadership hopeful and MP for Twickenham, Sir Vince Cable agrees.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

Police appeal for witnesses after fatal crash on M25

Surrey Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after two people died in a collision on the M25 earlier this morning.

At around 10-past-3 officers were called to the M25 junction 12 (anticlockwise) where a black people carrier and a HGV had collided.

Sadly both the driver and passenger of the people carrier died in the collision.

The occupants of the HGV and a third vehicle were uninjured.

The M25 was closed between J13 and J12 but then fully reopened around 10.15am.

Anyone who saw the collision, or may have dashcam footage of what happened, is asked to contact the Surrey Police Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 01483 639922, quoting reference 45170076563.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Firefighters tackle blaze at a hotel in Chelsea

Six fire engines and 35 firefighters and officers were called to a fire at a hotel in Chelsea this morning.

A small part of a utility room on the lower ground floor was damaged by the fire, with smoke logging throughout the five floored building on Sumner Place.

80 people had evacuated the property before the Brigade arrived and there are no reported injuries.

They were called at 8 o’clock and the incident was over two hours later.

The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:21 pm  

Muguruza aims for first Wimbledon title

Garbine Muguruza aims to claim a first Wimbledon title this afternoon.

The Spaniard takes on five-time winner Venus Williams in the final - two years after losing in the decider to her sister Serena Williams.

She's hoping to use that as a positive experience.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

Venus Williams speaks ahead of Wimbledon final

Venus Williams attempts to end a nine-year wait for a Wimbledon title this afternoon.

The five-time champion takes on Spain's Garbine Muguruza in the final on Centre Court.

Her sister Serena beat the Spanish player in the 2015 decider.

Venus hopes that will help inspire her later.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

Family fun day in Addlestone to raise money for Lottie Woods

Currently in Addlestone, the Salvation Army is hosting a family fun day to raise money for little Lottie Woods.

Lottie was diagnosed with high-risk Neuroblastoma last year, when she was just 2 and half years old.

There is food, games and other activities on offer as they try to raise enough money for Lottie’s treatment.

That is going on right now until 3pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:12 pm  

Philip Hammond in sexism row over train driver comments

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has found himself in the middle of a sexism row after comments made earlier this week.

The MP for Runnymede and Weybridge caused uproar after claiming that ‘driving a train is so easy, even a woman could do it.’

Former Green Party leader Natalie Bennett labelled it as “everyday sexism”.

Meanwhile Labour MP Jess Phillips says the Chancellor has “disgraced himself, as well as managing to insult half the country’s population.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:14 am  

Fresh appeals to find missing 70-year old from Epsom

Fresh appeals have been made for help finding a vulnerable 70 year-old man, who is missing from Epsom.

Jim Middleton has been missing since the afternoon of Sunday 2nd July.

He has Parkinson's and a mild form of dementia so he can become confused at times.

He is described as white, 5 foot 6 inches tall, of a large build with brown greying hair.

He was last seen riding a blue mobility scooter.

Please contact the police immediately if you have any idea where he might be.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:38 am  

It is women's final day at Wimbledon

It is the final of the women’s singles at Wimbledon later, with 5-time champion Venus Williams taking on Garbine Muguruza from Spain.

10th seed Williams, who beat Britain’s Johanna Konta on Thursday, has said she loves the big venues.

Meanwhile 14th seed Muguruza hopes she can repeat what she did in the French Open last year and beat a Williams’s sister for the
title.

They are due on court at around 2 o’clock this afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 am  

Restricted GP services in Weybridge

GP services are being stretched after a devastating fire on Tuesday at Weybridge Hospital.

The Church Street Practice is now based at Burwood Ward at Walton Hospital and the Rowan Tree Practice has relocated to Walton Community Hospital.

Both are providing restricted services for urgent cases and will confirm with patients if appointments will go ahead.

The surgeries can be contacted by telephone, but patients are also encouraged to use alternative medical services where possible, such as a pharmacist, NHS 111 or another walk-in centre in Woking or Ashford.

It’s hoped services will improve by early next week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:05 am  

Friday, 14 July 2017

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



Michael Hayward was last seen on Monday 10th July.

He is described as white, 5ft 7ins tall, of medium build, with greying hair which he wears in a ponytail and has a beard.

The 55 year old was last seen driving a white Ford minibus.

Officers are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare - anyone who has seen Michael is asked to contact officers on 101.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

British pair Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett remain on course to retain their Wimbledon wheelchair doubles title.

They're into the final - after beating Shingo Kunieda and Gustavo Fernandez in three sets.

Reid and Hewett won 6-2 in the decider.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:23 pm  

A project to support armed forces personnel and veterans who find themselves in police custody has been launched in Surrey.

The new service means those with a military background who end up in one of Surrey’s three custody suites will be referred to the SSAFA – the Armed Forces Charity.

The project, called ‘Veterans in the Criminal Justice System’ will offer practical, emotional and financial support.

It will operate in custody centres in Staines, Guildford and Salfords.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 pm  

A funeral has been held for five-year old Isaac Paulos, one of the youngest victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.

His family and friends were joined by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan at St Phillip's Church, in Battersea.

Isaac, who lived with his parents and 3 year old brother on the 18th floor, was one of at least 80 people killed in the disaster last month.

He reportedly got separated from his family in the fire and was found on the 13th floor.

An obituary, read at the funeral by a family friend described him as a "smart and generous little boy".

It is thought 255 people survived the fire on 14 June.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:45 pm  

A man from Epsom has been charged with running a brothel on Epsom high street

Borys Bobinski was charged at Staines Magistrates Court on the 12th July for controlling prostitution for financial gain.

The 36 year old, who has been released on bail, is due to appear at Guildford Crown Court on the 14th August.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:20 pm  

Roger Federer's on course to reach an 11th Wimbledon final

The seven-time champion is a set up against Tomas Berdych after taking the opener on a tie-break.

Marin Cilic awaits in Sunday's decider - after the Croatian seventh seed came from a set-down to beat Sam Querrey.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:24 pm  

A former TV producer who worked on The Bill has been jailed for 17 years for trying to hire three hitmen to kill his wealthy partner

68-year-old David Harris from West Sussex offered £200,000 to the trio, who included a mechanic from Kingston.

He then planned to sell her £800,000 home and spend the rest of his life with his lover.

But it never happened as he was caught talking about his plot in an undercover sting.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:20 pm  

A High Court judge has confirmed his final decision on whether Charlie Gard is allowed to go abroad for treatment.

It will be made by the 25th of July.

His parents, Bedfont couple Chris and Connie, are trying to overturn a previous ruling that their son's life support should be switched off.

Michio Hirano, a specialist from the US, is due to examine Charlie next week.

Adele Robinson, who's at the High Court, explains how it'll work.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Police dog search teams out in force at Wimbledon

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:46 pm  

Croatian Marin Cilic is into his first Wimbledon final.

The seventh seed came through a tough last-four tie with the man who beat Andy Murray, Sam Querrey, coming from a set down to win in four sets.

Cilic will take on either Roger Federer or Tomas Berdych in Sunday's decider.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:12 pm  

Specially trained dogs have sniffed out over £8,000 of illegal tobacco in Mitcham.



It’s after a raid on two convenience stores by trading standards officers.

Yoyo, a specially trained spaniel, found thousands of cigarettes and rolling tobacco in one property stashed above a false ceiling.

Councils across London are clamping down on the sale of illegal tobacco, which nets gangs £100 million every year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Marin Cilic is trying to close out his Wimbledon semi-final with Sam Querrey.

He's two-sets-to-one up against the American, who's offering decent resistance in the fourth set.

After that match, seven-time champion Roger Federer faces former finalist Tomas Berdych.

Britain's Alfie Hewett is out of the wheelchair singles after losing his semi-final.

And it won't be long until Heather Watson continues her mixed doubles title-defence with Finland's Henri Kontinen in the last four.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:52 pm  

A specialist from New York, who has offered to treat terminally ill baby Charlie Gard, will examine him next week.

The High Court has heard Michio Hirano will visit Great Ormond Street Hospital on Monday and Tuesday to discuss the case with doctors.

Charlie's parents want the judge to overturn a decision not to let the 11-month-old from Bedfont go abroad for experimental treatment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:08 pm  

Britain's Alfie Hewett has missed out on a place in the final of the wheelchair singles at Wimbledon.

The French Open champion lost in three sets to second seed Gustavo Fernandez in the last four.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:08 pm  

A spokesperson for the parents of terminally-ill baby Charlie Gard says threats have been made against legal teams and doctors involved in the case.

His mum and dad are back at the High Court where they're hoping to convince judges to let them take their 11 month old abroad for trial treatment.

Te baby from Befont is currently on life support at Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Alasdair Seton-Marsden has urged supporters of the family to donate to Charlie's fund instead.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:06 pm  

A man has been jailed for 6 years for kidnap in Ashford.

Hanad Muse was the last of six men to be sentenced in relation to the false imprisonment.

Surrey Police received a call in January 2016 from a concerned member of the public.

They said they had seen a man get out of a black Seat Leon while it was stationary at a set of traffic lights.

The man was chased by two other men and was assaulted before being forced back into the vehicle.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Wimbledon update

Marin Cilic has levelled his Wimbledon semi-final with American Sam Querrey at one-set-all.

The seventh seed took the second set 6-4 against the man who knocked Andy Murray out of the competition.

Seven-time champion Roger Federer takes on former runner-up Tomas Berdych next.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:58 pm  

Threats made against Charlie Gard experts

It's emerged threats have been made against experts involved in the case of terminally-ill baby Charlie Gard.

The family's spokesperson has issued a warning outside the High Court.

The family from Bedfont is appealing for the right to take him to the US for treatment against doctors’ wishes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:34 pm  

Police are hunting a man who indecently exposed himself on a train at Balham



The incident happened on a Southern service between Balham and West Croydon on Friday the 5th of May. Details have just been released.

At 11.50pm the victim boarded the service at Balham and sat on a seat next to a window. 15 minutes later, a man joined the service.

As the train continued towards West Croydon, the man stared at the victim and put his hand inside his jeans, touching himself.

The victim challenged the man and took a photo of him, above.

Anyone with information is asked to send a text to 61016 or call 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 215 of 14/07/2017.

Alternatively, pass information anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 pm  

We could be about to lose some of our police stations, because just 8% of crimes are reported at the front counter.

Wimbledon is one of those earmarked for closure.

The Met says it is going to investigate more crimes online and over the phone.

The force is to launch a new digital investigation unit for offences such as burglary, where police don’t need to attend a crime scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Croydon’s Brit school is celebrating its 25th birthday.

Katie Shanahan has this celebratory report.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:22 pm  

A 17-year-old man from Redhill has been charged with terrorism offences.

He was remanded in custody to appear at Westminster Magistrates Court today.

A 23-year-old man arrested on Tuesday has been released pending further investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:08 pm  

The family of a father killed by a shotgun wants justice for his children after the case against a key suspect collapsed.

Akeem Moore, an aspiring footballer and rapper, was killed when a gunman burst into a garden in Croydon, opened fire and fled.

Another man was injured in the attack on October last year.

36-year-old Benjamin Wallace was due to face trial at the Old Bailey on Monday.

But the case was dropped after the CPS ruled there was no longer a realistic prospect of conviction.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:07 pm  

An eight year old girl from a school in Wallington has shown that you don’t need to be a grown up to be a good author.

Lexi Plowright, from Bandon Hill School, was named regional winner in the National Young Writer’s Award.

Her prize winning short story was called ‘One Thousand Years in the Future’.

Over 10,000 children entered with the theme being a 500 word short story set in 3017.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:07 pm  

Surrey University has been awarded over a million pounds to examine discrimination faced by the LGBTQ community

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:06 pm  

Epsom is getting its post office back

It closed in January following the resignation of the post master and withdrawal of the premises.

The new hub will be temporarily based in the old cash office of the town hall before moving to a permanent site later this year.

It will reopen next Thursday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:10 pm  

Johanna Konta insists she can win Wimbledon in the future

Her title dream for 2017 ended with a straight sets defeat to Venus Williams in the semi-finals.

Konta was the first British woman to reach the last four of the singles at the Championships since 1978.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:22 am  

UNISON will be lobbying Surrey County Council’s Adult and Health Select Committee this morning

The public sector trade union is fighting against austerity and cuts to NHS services.

Todays’ push is a culmination of two weeks’ of campaigning and publicising the 69th birthday of the NHS.

Protestors will have a giant Birthday card on hand for people to sign to show their support.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:17 am  

A primary school in Tolworth that was struggling a few years ago, is reporting its best ever SATs results.

Knollmead was taken over by the Coombe Academy Trust in 2014, after it was rated “inadequate” by Ofsted.

The Trust encompasses Secondary schools Coombe Girls’ and Boys’.

Dave Tan will take over as head teacher of Knollmead next term, while Sue Dwyer is Director of Quality Assurance for the Coombe Academy Trust.



A breakdown of the results can be seen below;

Reception
80% of all and 87% of mainstream children attained the Good Level of Development: 9% and 16% above national.

Year 1
82% of all and 88% of mainstream children passed the phonics check: 1% and 7% above national.

Year 2
71% of all and 79% of mainstream children attained the expected standard in reading, writing and maths: 7% and 15% above national.

Year 6
In reading, 71% of all and 76% of mainstream children attained the expected standard: in line with and 5% above national.
31% of all and 33% of mainstream children attained the higher standard: 6% and 8% above national.

In writing, 80% of all and 85% of mainstream children attained the expected standard: 4% and 9% above national.
29% of all and 30% of mainstream children attained the greater depth standard; 4% and 5% above national.

In mathematics, 83% of all and 88% of mainstream children attained the expected standard: 8% and 13% above national.
40% of all and 42% of mainstream children attained the greater depth standard; 17% and 19% above national.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:15 am  

Thursday, 13 July 2017

A 36-year-old man has been arrested in Tooting on suspicion of illegal money lending and money laundering.

It’s after Police raided a property and seized documents and electronic devices.

The suspect was questioned by officers before being released on bail while enquiries continue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:02 pm  

The leader of Hounslow council has announced plans to tackle fire safety and estate improvements in the borough.

Steve Curran explained that the local authorities have already taken action and removed cladding from one high-rise.

New fire risk assessments will be carried out on all the sheltered high-rise housing blocks.

The council will also prepare an estate fire safety and improvement plan.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:49 pm  

An American doctor has told the High Court he thinks an experimental treatment being suggested for Charlie Gard is worth trying.

The doctor says new data has emerged since April, when a judge ruled that 11-month old Charlie from Bedfont, who has a rare genetic condition, should be allowed to die.

Reporter Adele Robinson, who's at the High Court, says it's been a tense day.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:57 pm  

Britain's hopes of having a Wimbledon singles champion at this year's tournament are over.

Johanna Konta lost her semi-final in straight sets to Venus Williams.

The five-time winner will now face Garbine Muguruza in Saturday's final.

Runner-up in 2015, she thrashed Magdalena Rybarikova in just over an hour.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:29 pm  

Johanna Konta out of Wimbledon

Britain's Johanna Konta's been knocked out of Wimbledon at the semi-final stage.

She was beaten in straight sets 6-4, 6-2 by five-time champion Venus Williams.

Konta had been hoping to end the 40-year wait for a home player to win the ladies' singles.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:13 pm  

Britain's Johanna Konta needs to come from a set down if she's to reach the Wimbledon final.

Five-time champion Venus Williams took the opener 6-4 on Centre Court, breaking in the final game of the set.

Konta's aiming to end a 40-year wait for a home player in the ladies' singles final.

If she does, she'll face Garbine Muguruza.

The 2015 runner-up thrashed Magdalena Rybarikova 6-1, 6-1.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:54 pm  

Charlie Gard's parents return to court room

The parents of terminally ill baby Charlie Gard have walked out of a new court hearing after a disagreement with the judge about evidence they'd previously given.

British doctors disagree with the couple from Bedfont, who want to take their son to the US for experimental treatment.

Adele Robinson, who's at the High Court, says evidence has been heard from a medical expert in New York.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:33 pm  

Kingston Police officers write letter to wanted man



Officers have put pen to paper (or finger to keyboard) to try and attract the attention of wanted man Jason Smith.

He is wanted for "serious multiple offences" committed in the borough.



They include aggravated burglaries and dangerous driving.

The letter above, asks the wanted man to hand himself in.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:06 pm  

Wimbledon tennis update

Britain's Johanna Konta and five-time champion Venus Williams are just starting their Wimbledon semi-final.

They're on Centre Court earlier than planned, after Garbine Muguruza thrashed Magdalena Rybarikova 6-1, 6-1 in the opening last-four tie.

No one's expecting a walkover on Centre now though, as Konta tries to become the first British woman in the singles final since 1977.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:56 pm  

A pedestrian struck by a police car in Hammersmith last night has “potentially life changing injuries.”

The 71 year old man was severely injured after being struck by a van responding to a 999 call outside the Underground Station at 6pm.

The marked van was using lights and sirens.

He was given first aid by a trainee doctor at the scene before being rushed to hospital in a critical condition.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:42 pm  

An inquest has found a man died from a “massive head trauma” after he leaned out of a train window as it passed through Balham.

24 year old train enthusiast Simon Brown from West Sussex, hit his head on a signal gantry last August.

The Gatwick Express train to London Victoria was travelling at about 60mph when the incident happened.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:38 pm  

Safety checks are to be carried out on Twickenham’s new look station development.

Solum, the company constructing it, has been asked to provide assurances comprehensive fire safety measures are in place.

It follows the Grenfell Tower fire, a month ago.

The new look station comprises a number of flats; the council has asked specifically for checks on sprinklers and smoke alarms.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:37 pm  

The owners of Southern rail have been fined £13.4million for poor performance by Transport Secretary Chris Grayling.

The MP for Epsom says the fine on Govia Thameslink would have been higher, but most of the delays had not been Southern's fault.

The Department for Transport says strikes and unprecedented levels of sick leave were also factors.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:26 pm  

People affected by noise from Battersea heliport are being urged to make their voices heard.

They’re being encouraged to help three councils and a team of academics better understand the impact it has on their lives.

The results could be used to introduce new rules to curb the disturbance caused by helicopters.

Wandsworth, Hammersmith & Fulham and Kensington & Chelsea, are members of the London Heliport Consultative Group.

They’re working with acoustic experts from London’s South Bank University to monitor noise impact caused by the heliport.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:08 pm  

Noise from night flights at Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports will not be allowed to exceed existing levels for the next five years.

Transport secretary, and Epsom MP, Chris Grayling says the measures will put pressure on the terminals to use quieter aircraft instead.

He's told Parliament night noise is widely regarded as the most disturbing thing about airports.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:38 pm  

Charlie Gard's parents have walked out of a court hearing about the future of their terminally-ill son.

Chris Gard and Connie Yates want permission to take the 11-month-old abroad for experimental treatment.

The couple from Bedfont are thought to have got upset when the judge reminded them about their evidence during an earlier hearing.

Legal commentator Joshua Rozenberg, who was in court, says there was a disagreement between Charlie's dad and the judge.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:34 pm  

Gordon Reid's defence of his Wimbledon wheelchair singles title's over.

Britain's 2016 Paralympic champion lost in the quarter-finals, the tournament's opening round.

Sweden's Stefan Olsson easily beat the top seed in straight sets 6-2, 6-3.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:33 pm  

It's ladies Semi-final's day at Wimbledon

Today is Women’s semi-finals day at Wimbledon.

It’s been 40 years since a British female lifted the trophy at SW19.

That accolade fell to Virginia Wade back in 1977.

But Jo Konta will try not to let that distract her when she takes on Venus Williams in the Championships later for a place in the final.

Konta says being roared on by the Centre Court crowd is a big help.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:16 am  

Parents of Charlie Gard in Court.

The parents of terminally-ill baby Charlie Gard from Bedfont are back in court, arguing he should be allowed abroad to undergo an experimental treatment.

Their lawyers are hoping a High Court judge will allow the 11 month-old to have the therapy - but British doctors don't think it'll improve his condition.

Before the hearing, family spokesperson Alasdair Seton-Marsden read out an emotional statement from Charlie's mum and dad.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:12 am  

Keeping Children and young people safe during summer break.

With the long summer break looming, Richmond Council is issuing tips to parents in a bid to keep children and young people safe.

The six week school holiday tends to see a rise in peer pressure amongst young people which increases reckless behaviour.

The Council wants parents to stay alert to the risks around alcohol, drugs, river safety and sexual health.

Parents looking for safe summer activities can go to VisitRichmond.co.uk
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:14 am  

Police carry out a raids across Wandsworth and Merton



Police have carried a series of drug raids this morning across Wandsworth, Lambeth and Merton.

Operation Vickers has seen officers make 20 arrests together with quantities of class A and Class B drugs being seized.

Those arrested remain in custody at south-west London police station pending further enquiries.

The dawn raids are part of a long term crackdown on the supply of drugs, violence and associated crime.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:11 am  

Parents of Charlie Gard prepare for High Court battle.

The parents of terminally ill baby Charlie Gard from Bedfont are preparing for another legal hearing this morning.

Chris Gard and Connie Yates believe they have the right to take the 11 month old who suffers from brain damage and a rare genetic condition to be taken abroad for treatment.

A High Court judge will consider the families evidence on whether he should be taken to the US for special therapy trial.

The High Court's previously supported the views of British doctors, who think the child's life support should be switched off.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:26 am  

Residents across South West London are being encouraged to help councils understand the impact of noise.

Residents who live near London’s only commercial heliport are being encouraged to help local councils understand the impact the noise has on their lives.

Wandsworth, Hammersmith & Fulham, and Kensington & Chelsea are working with acoustic experts from London’s South Bank University.

The aim is to influence policy makers to introduce new rules that will curb noise pollution.

The university team will produce a report in the autumn detailing their findings.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:24 am  

Konta looks ahead at her semi-final at Wimbledon.

Johanna Konta attempts to become the first British woman to reach the ladies' singles final at Wimbledon since 1977 later.

She's up against five-time former champion Venus Williams.

It's only Konta's second semi-final at a grand slam event, but she says she's done well at other high-profile tournaments.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:22 am  

Parents of Charlie Gard from Bedfont to present new evidence at the High Court this morning

The 11-month-old's parents have been asked to show what's changed in his condition.

Great Ormond Street hospital is due to give his head measurements to see if he's growing.

The family's spokesperson Alasdair Seton-Marsden made a statement outside the court on Monday.




The judge has said he may not make a "final determination" today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:56 am  

New online drinks checker for residents in Richmond

People in Richmond worried about their alcohol intake, can now keep an eye on it via a new online drinks checker.

It’s thought around 38,000 people in the borough are drinking to excess.

The online drinks checker offers advice about sensible drinking, money saving tips and information about how to give up alcohol.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:46 am  

A councillor who will deal specifically with mental health issues has been announced in Richmond

Meena Bond was previously the Cabinet Member for Sport and Culture.

But she will now assume the role of Champion for Mental Health.

One of her first tasks will be to carry out an inventory of the Council’s mental health services to see how they can be improved.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:45 am  

Wednesday, 12 July 2017

New campaign launched to find London's missing people

A new campaign called “Delivering Hope” aims to raise the profile of missing people searches in the communities where they were last seen.

The campaign is a partnership between ‘Palmer & Harvey’ and ‘Missing People’ and will support searches across Greater London and the UK.

The project includes displaying missing people appeals on the sides of delivery vans.

The first appeal to be featured is Lee Boxall who was last seen in Sutton on the 10th September 1988.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:03 pm  

Djokovic retires from this year's Championships

Three-time champion Novak Djokovic is out of Wimbledon after quitting with an injury.

He'd already been treated on court after losing the first set against Tomas Berdych in his quarter-final.

Djokovic retired at 2-love down in the second set.

It means Berdych is into the semis where he'll play Roger Federer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:02 pm  

Residents evacuated due to fire at Weybridge Health Centre allowed to return

A fire has destroyed the Weybridge Health Centre.

The blaze took hold in the early hours of this morning where local residents were asked to leave their homes for safety.

Residents who were evacuated have now been allowed to return.

Roads around the hospital, including Church Road and High Street have also re-opened.

The building which houses two GP practices, the Walk-in Centre and other services, will not be re-opening in the near future.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Surrey Councillor Eber Kington has accused the Leader of the Council, David Hodge, of pursuing 19th Century policies

The accusation came after Hodge’s move to switch-off Epsom and Ewell street lighting at midnight, a move that saw a 400% increase in car crime.

Councillor Kington read ‘Light Versus Darkness’, a 19th Century poem written to criticise the Local Board for turning the lights off at 8pm.

He concluded by the saying “Conservative policy has to change.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 pm  

Andy Murray is out of Wimbledon

The defending champion's suffered a shock five-set defeat to American Sam Querrey in their Centre Court quarter-final in a match where he just didn't look comfortable.

Murray had been 2-1 up but lost the fourth and fifth sets 6-1, 6-1.

His hip injury had been the subject of plenty of speculation before the Championships began.

Elsewhere Marin Cilic is two-sets-to-one up on Gilles Muller.

Roger Federer's on Centre next, with Novak Djokovic in action later on.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:07 pm  

A centenarian from New Malden has been convicted of child abuse

101 year old Douglas Hammersley was found guilty of abuse against a girl in High Wycombe in the 1970s.

He was sentenced to 2 years suspended for 2 years at Aylesbury Crown Court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:11 pm  

Detectives have arrested a teenager and a man on suspicion of terrorism offences

A 17-year-old was arrested in Redhill in Surrey and a 23 year old man in South London yesterday.

Searches are currently being carried out as part of the pre-planned operation.

The two men are currently in police custody.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm  

Kingston landscape architects' treble win at Hampton Court Flower Show

Two landscape architects from Kingston scooped a treble win at the Hampton Court Flower show last week.

Adam White, and Andree Davies won a Gold Medal, the highly coveted Best-in-Show and the popular People’s Choice Award.

The architects specialise in creating children’s nature play spaces with an emphasis on autistic children.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:25 pm  

London Mayor Sadiq Khan says the response to the Grenfell Tower fire has been "poor"

London Mayor Sadiq Khan says the response to the Grenfell Tower fire has been "poor, inadequate and shameful".

He was speaking after the incoming leader of the council suggested she'd never been inside a tower block before the disaster.

Elizabeth Campbell later clarified her comments.

But Andy Slaughter, a former shadow housing minister and Labour MP for neighbouring Hammersmith, isn't impressed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:23 pm  

The UK's unemployment rate has fallen to a new 42-year low of 4.5%

Figures show the number out of work dropped by 64,000 in the three months to May to 1.4 million.

But the Office for National Statistics also says the gap between pay growth and inflation widened to 0.7%

Latest figures for London show 271,000 people are unemployed, 16,000 less than in the last quarter; a total of 5.5%

For the South East 158,000 are unemployed, that’s 3.4% of the population and no change on the last quarter.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:21 pm  

A 15 year old girl has been sexually assaulted in Ewell

It happened on Monday afternoon as she rode her her bike through Hogsmill Open Space.

A man pushed her off her bike and sexually assaulted her.

She managed to bite his arm and scratch his face and he ran off towards Ewell.

The man is described as white, of large build with large hands. He had dark brown hair and a long brown beard.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:59 pm  

Work experience teen takes over Southern Rail's Twitter feed

Within minutes, over 160,000 of Southern's followers were tweeting Eddie questions using the #AskEddie

The company is currently in the middle of strike action, but it's not known how many of the questions were strike related, or if passengers let 15 year old Eddie off the hook on that subject.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:54 pm  

Police have carried out their checks ahead of today's play at Wimbledon

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:47 pm  

A building collapsed in Streatham last night

Police were called to Aldrington Road at about 10.45

No one was injured in the collapse, but the roof of the property completely caved in.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:10 pm  

Rugby Union prop Kyle Sinckler has apologised for being arrested

It follows a minor disturbance during a night out in Auckland shortly after playing in the series decider in New Zealand.

The Harlequins player was in the city centre on Sunday when an incident took place and he was taken by police to the Lions hotel.

No charges were made.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:59 pm  

Grenfell Tower fire update, four weeks after disaster in North Kensington



Commander Stuart Cundy, who is overseeing the Met police operation following the fire at Grenfell Tower, said:

“As we all reflect upon what happened my thoughts, and those of all of us in the Met, are with those who lost their loved ones, their homes and a community that is in mourning.

Four weeks ago a terrible tragedy unfolded within Grenfell Tower.

The human cost of that tragedy is something we are all still trying to fully comprehend.

For many people the events of that night will remain with them forever.

Each and every one of us involved from the Met is determined to do all we can to return those who died to their families as soon as we can.

Today, we remember all those who have been so deeply affected.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:48 pm  

Kingston is celebrating bringing home nine gold, six silver and five bronze medals from the London Youth Games summer finals.

Over 290 local young people took part in 35 competitions, including sailing, para athletics and cycling.

Kingston was awarded an overall 14th place out of the 33 London boroughs.

The biggest improvement was in the Aquathlon competition, where Kingston leapt 13 places, from 21st in 2016 to 8th this year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:38 pm  

Healthwatch Surrey is launching its Community Cash Fund for 2017/18.

It’s to help individuals and small groups undertake projects to boost the wellbeing for people in Surrey.

Last year, the fund supported ten projects including “Come Knit with Me,” a knitting and social group supporting people living with dementia.

As well as fit-and-fun sessions for dads and their children to develop an educational support group.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:37 pm  

Richmond Police issues new video to warn people of the dangers of scams

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Today marks a month since the Grenfell Tower disaster in North Kensington

32 victims have been formally identified so far following 55 post-mortem examinations.

About 80 people are believed to have died, with 255 survivors.

140 witnesses have also been interviewed.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:14 am  

Fire has destroyed the Weybridge Health Centre


(Pics Neill Smith)

Fire has destroyed the Weybridge Health Centre.

The blaze took hold in the early hours of this morning.

The building, which houses two GP practices, the Walk-in Centre and other services, will not be re-opening in the near future.

Patients are urged to only use the other two walk-in centres at Woking and Ashford and A&E if absolutely necessary.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:13 am  

Lifesaving equipment has rolled out across Runnymede

Defibrillators have been installed in four of the area’s parks.

It’s as part of a £1 million campaign by the British Heart Foundation, which aims to make access to the equipment more readily available.

It’s also hoped it will persuade more people to take an interest in learning CPR.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:11 am  

Emergency services were called to Tolworth Underpass this morning

After reports of a collision between three cars.

Police have said that at least one person is trapped in their car and efforts are being made to free them.

Long delays are expected on the A3 and those traveling towards the area are advised to allow additional time or consider alternative routes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:10 am  

Croydon is the latest council to join the fight against illegal tobacco sales

The drive aims to improve the public’s understanding of the different types of illegal tobacco and the consequences of supporting the trade.

One of Croydon’s biggest illegal tobacco hauls was in New Addington in 2015 when it raided and closed down a £500,000 counterfeit-tobacco factory.

The team found around 4,600 50g packets of fake Golden Virginia Hand Rolling Tobacco, with an approximate street value of £85,000.

The criminal gang responsible had produced more than 13,000 packets with a street value in the region of £250,000.

It was estimated that there was sufficient material on site to make a further £250,000-worth of fakes.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:25 am  

A large fire has ripped through Weybridge Community Hospital

Fire crews were called to the blaze at the building, which houses a walk-in centre that is only open during the daytime, late last night.

Local residents near the scene of the fire have been evacuated from their homes for safety reasons.

Photos on social media show the roof of the three-storey medical centre engulfed in flames

An investigation is taking place to try to establish the cause of the blaze but no-one was injured.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:23 am  

Heathrow management remain hopeful for third runway

Management at Heathrow airport hope record numbers for June will strengthen their plans for a third runway.

The start of the holiday season saw 6.7 million passengers travel through the west London airport.

It took the annual total to a record 77 million passengers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:28 am  

Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Croydon is the first London borough to announce plans to install sprinkler systems

Work will start this October to install fire sprinklers for every resident in Croydon council’s 25 tallest tower blocks.

The sprinklers will go into individual flats or communal areas.

At its June cabinet meeting, Croydon was the first London borough after the Grenfell Tower tragedy to announce it will install tower block sprinklers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:28 pm  

A man has been arrested in Epsom, on suspicion of modern slavery charges and running a brothel

Police were called to an address in the High Street after reports of furniture being thrown out of the window of a third floor flat.

Upon further enquiries, police heard allegations that the address was being used as a brothel.

A 36 year-old man was arrested and remains in custody. The investigation is ongoing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:32 pm  

Man who was wanted by police has been found in Woking

A man who was wanted for recall to prison has been found.

A warrant was issued for Jamie Bolton on Friday, who had breached the conditions of his licence.

The 35-year-old was arrested in Woking earlier today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Streatham MP writes letter to PM demanding Boris Johnson's 'no plan for no deal' comments

After Boris Johnson claimed the Government has ‘no plan for no deal,’ the MP for Streatham has written an open letter to Theresa May.

Chuka Umunna, a leading supporter of the Open Britain campaign, has demanded the Prime Minister explain if the Foreign Secretary was correct or not.

In the past, the PM has said that ‘no deal is better than a bad deal’ and Mr Umunna wants to know why, if Boris Johnson is correct, no contingency plan has been established.

Full letter:

Dear Prime Minister,

You and your Ministers have repeatedly said in reference to leaving the European Union that “no deal for Britain is better than a bad deal for Britain.” But today in the House of Commons, the Foreign Secretary stated that the Government has “no plan for no deal.” This admission would be shocking in its own right, as such a serious possible scenario requires detailed contingency planning by the Government.

However, the Foreign Secretary’s admission also directly contradicts previous statements made by the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, David Davis. In March, Mr Davis clearly stated that officials had put together contingency plans for a no-deal outcome. He even added that the Cabinet had been briefed on these plans. To add to the confusion, the Secretary of State for Exiting the EU’s former Chief of Staff, James Chapman, has today labelled the Foreign Secretary’s claim of there being “no plan for no deal” as “factually incorrect”.

These directly contradictory statements emanating from senior members of Cabinet expose a worrying level of confusion within your Government regarding the possible outcomes of the ongoing Brexit negotiations. Either the Government has conducted contingency plans regarding a possible ‘no-deal’ scenario, or it has not. Both cannot be true. Today’s events raise a number of urgent questions that must be answered:

Has the Government conducted detailed contingency planning on the possibility of a ‘no-deal’ scenario, or has it not?
If the answer is yes, then what is the substance of these contingency plans, and will the Government commit to publishing these plans in detail so Parliament and the public can debate and scrutinise them? If the answer is no, how can the Government explain such a shocking lack of future planning?
How does the Government expect to conduct negotiations with the European Union when even its own Ministers do not seem to know what if any contingency planning has taken place?
As has been repeatedly demonstrated by numerous business groups, employee groups, experts and studies, a ‘no-deal’ scenario would be a disaster for Britain. The impact on the British economy, on British jobs, on standards of living for British citizens and on the rights of Britons living in the EU would be devastating. The Government must abandon its pretence that ‘no deal is better than a bad deal’, when we all know that no deal would be the worst of all possible outcomes. Voters will be shocked to learn of the possibility that the Government still has not conducted contingency planning for such a scenario. If it transpires that the Foreign Secretary’s statement today was incorrect, it exposes a Government that is approaching the most important negotiations for generations in a state of total confusion.

I await your response to these questions with interest.

Yours sincerely,

Chuka Umunna MP


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:49 pm  

Woking mum wants to change the way doctors talk about Down's syndrome

A mother from Woking has been working to change the way medical professionals talk about Down’s syndrome.

Sarah Roberts, whose son Oscar has the condition, has called on doctors and nurses to change the way they talk about it.

She wants them to tell expecting mothers about the ‘chance’ of having a child with Down’s syndrome rather than the ‘risk’.

After Oscar was born in 2012, Sarah set up a blog to “diminish any misconceptions or prejudices about Down's syndrome that we might have."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Newspaper editor charged after 'bludgeoning wife to death'

A British newspaper editor has been charged with murder after allegedly ‘bludgeoning his wife to death with a hammer’.

Francis Matthew initially claimed burglars attacked his wife Jane during a break-in at their home in Dubai but later confessed to the killing.

Mrs Matthew, who is originally from Kensington, was found with serious head injuries and was later pronounced dead at hospital.

Dubai police have announced that they have charged Mr Matthew, but investigations into the case are continuing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Do you know this man? Police investigating burglary in Ashford



Surrey Police have released an image of a man they wish to speak to in connection with a burglary in Ashford.

The incident happened at around 4:45pm on Wednesday 28th June at a shop in Church Road.

Police believe this man is vital to their investigation.

If you live in Ashford or know someone that does, please share the post and see if you can help them find out who he is.

If you can help with their questions, please give them a call on 101 and quote the reference number: 45170069170.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:06 pm  

Konta marches on at Wimbledon

If Johanna Konta beats Simona Halep later she could become Britain's first Wimbledon women's semi-finalist since Virginia Wade in 1978.

Wade, the 1977 champion, has backed Konta to end the 40-year wait for a British woman to win the title.

Konta's quarter-final against the Romanian, who will become the world number one if she wins, starts on Centre Court at around 3.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:21 pm  

Jayden Hassan found safe and well

Police have found a missing 13-year-old girl from Croydon after appealing for the public’s help.

Jayden Hassan from Thornton Heath went missing yesterday.

She has now been found safe and well.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:20 pm  

A former teacher has been further convicted of child abuse offences he committed in the 1970s

76-year-old Harvey Franks pleaded guilty at Croydon Crown Court to three further offences of gross indecency with a boy under 14 in 1974.

He is already serving 15 years’ imprisonment for rape and sexual assault against young boys.

On Friday, he was sentenced to a further two years’ imprisonment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:19 pm  

The man wrongly accused of the murder of Rachel Nickell on Wimbledon Common says he has blown his compensation money.

Colin Stagg was jailed after a honey trap operation following the murder in 1992.

He spent 13 months behind bars and was awarded over £700,000 by the Home Office for his mistreatment.

But Mr Stagg has told The Sun, he has spent the cash on everything from cars to jewellery.

Robert Napper pleaded guilty to the murder of the young mum in 2008.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:18 pm  

Met Police dog Ellie doing the rounds at Wimbledon before start of play

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:26 am  

Andy Murray says he goes into the Wimbledon quarter-finals having played his best tennis of the summer

Murray joins Johanna Konta in the last-eight, the first British female to make that stage since 1984.

Konta plays second seed Simona Halep on Centre Court at around 3pm.

Elsewhere, Gilles Muller came through an epic Wimbledon encounter to knock out French Open champion Rafael Nadal.

It lasted so long, Novak Djokovic's been forced to play his last-16 match today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:32 am  

A campaign’s been launched to save Surrey’s recycling centres

Four centres are earmarked for closure by the Conservative run council.

A petition is also calling for plans to reduce recycling centre opening times by 2 days per week to be scrapped.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 am  

Police are appealing for help to trace two men who are wanted in connection with violent disorder in Croydon

This comes after reports of a large fight on Fairview Road in late May.

Officers want to speak to 22 year-old Elijah Smith and 21-year-old Jamel Benjamin below.

Anyone with information should call 101.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 am  

Beddington scheme to improve public spaces

Carshalton and Wallington MP, Tom Brake, is urging people to get involved in discussions over a new scheme in Beddington.

The proposed plan aims to improve public spaces in the village with help from over £7 million from Transport for London and the London Borough of Sutton.

The scheme will add bike lanes, crosswalks and benches as well as trees and bus shelters.

The resident’s survey closes on the 16th of July.

The consultation can be found by clicking here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 am  

Fiveways Croydon to undergo new road layout


Transport for London and Croydon Council plan to dramatically change the road layout of Fiveways Corner.

The transformation of the main road will aim to improve the high levels of congestion within the area and make pedestrian and cyclist access easier.

The views of residents and users of Fiveways Croydon are crucial to ensure that the best possible improvement is made.

TfL and Croydon Council are holding five public exhibitions at Waddon Leisure Centre and one at St George’s Church Centre to better inform the public of the plans.

The consultation opens today and runs until Monday 18 September 2017. For more information on the plans go to: tfl.gov.uk/fiveways-croydon
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:10 am  

Monday, 10 July 2017

Worcester Park fire "an accident," investigation reveals

An investigation into a fire at a property in Worcester Park has concluded that it was ‘accidental.’

Fire crews from Epsom , Banstead , Esher , New Malden and an aerial ladder platform from Leatherhead were sent at around 12.30 this morning.

The blaze is believed to have started in a garage, which is attached to Mill House in Old Malden Lane, and then spread to the roof of the property.

Firefighters were on the scene for nearly four hours, but no one was injured in the blaze.

An investigation concluded the fire was accidental and had spread from a compost heap.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:46 pm  

Wimbledon day 7 recap

On day seven at Wimbledon, Britain’s Andy Murray and Johanna Konta secured their place in the last eight of their singles campaigns.

They become the first British pair to do so for 44 years.

Elsewhere, female top seed Angelique Kerber and male fourth seed Rafael Nadal are out.

Kerber lost to Spanish 14th seed Garbine Muguruza while Nadal lost an epic five-hour, five set thriller against
Luxembourg’s Gilles Muller, with that fifth set finishing by 15 games to 13.

Roger Federer is comfortably through after beating Grigor Dimitrov, and so is Venus Williams after beating Croatian Ana Konjuh 6-3 6-2.

Novak Djokovic was meant to follow Nadal and Muller on Court number one, but because that match finished so late, they will now play tomorrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 pm  

Nadal out after epic encounter

Two-time champion Rafael Nadal's been knocked out of Wimbledon.

He went all the way to five sets in an epic near-five-hour match with Luxembourg's Gilles Muller.

Nadal had trailed by two sets but recovered to 2-all and saved four match points before ultimately losing the fifth 15-13.

It potentially opens up Andy Murray's route to the final - as he'd been in line to face Nadal at the semi-final stage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:37 pm  

"255 survived Grenfell," say Met

The Metropolitan Police believe there were about 255 survivors from last month's fire at Grenfell Tower.

Police say "extensive investigations" led them to conclude 350 people should have been in the Kensington tower block on the night of the blaze on 14 June.

They say that 14 residents were not in the building that night, leaving at least 80 people dead or missing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 pm  

Konta not getting carried away after Wimbledon win

Johanna Konta's into the Wimbledon quarter-finals - the first British female do that since Jo Durie in 1984.

It's after she beat Caroline Garcia in three sets - 7-6, 4-6, 6-4.

Konta will take on the second seed Simona Halep next.

She says she's not getting carried away - despite being the favourite for the title with some bookmakers.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:19 pm  

Sadiq Khan criticizes Wandsworth council for Battersea Power Station development cuts

Sadiq Khan has criticized Wandsworth Council for allowing a drastic cut in the number of homes being built in a development project in Battersea.

In a decision made last month, Wandsworth Council allowed the number of affordable homes to be built in the
Battersea Power Station project to be reduced by 40%.

Following the decision, the developers said they wanted to “make good on the trust placed in them.”

But the London Mayor says the council have “let Londoners down.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:55 pm  

Youngsters thank Kingston Police for their bravery



Kingston Police have revealed a number of letters youngsters have penned to them after the terrorist attacks on London.

The mystery letters, which thanked officers for their bravery, arrived at the station earlier today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:22 pm  

More history made at Wimbledon

Defending champion Andy Murray's into the quarter-finals at Wimbledon, joining Johanna Konta in the last-eight.

Murray managed a straight-sets win over Benoit Paire 7-6, 6-4, 6-4.

Earlier Konta beat Caroline Garcia in the decider.

It's the first time there's been both a man and a woman from the UK in the quarters since 1973.

Elsewhere, Rafael Nadal's two sets down against Gilles Muller.

World number one Angelique Kerber was knocked out earlier.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:12 pm  

Defending champion Andy Murray's into the quarter-finals at Wimbledon.

He managed a straight-sets win over Benoit Paire 7-6, 6-4, 6-4.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:57 pm  

A newly sold house in Worcester Park has gone up in flames.

The roof of the empty house in Old Malden Lane was completely destroyed after the blaze spread from the garage.

Crews from Banstead, Epsom, Esher and New Malden managed to tackle the fire early this morning.

An investigation is underway.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Lawyers representing the parents of terminally ill baby Charlie Gard have told the High Court they want to be allowed to 'remove' him from Great Ormond Street Hospital.

They've told the judge, who previously ruled his life support treatment should be withdrawn, that evidence suggests there's a 'small chance' of brain recovery for the baby from Bedfont.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:19 pm  

A motorcyclist has been injured in Earlsfield.

The rider, who’s in his 30s, was in collision with a van on Burntwood Lane at around 7 this morning.

He’s now in a stable condition and his injuries are not thought to be life threatening.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 pm  

It's been a great hour for British tennis fans at Wimbledon.

Johanna Konta's into the quarter-finals after beating Caroline Garcia in three sets - 7-6, 4-6, 6-4.

She's the first female player from the UK to manage that since 1984.

Meanwhile defending champion Andy Murray's a set up on Benoit Paire on Centre Court.

Rafael Nadal's underway against Gilles Mulle, while ladies' top seed Angelique Kerber's been knocked out.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:56 pm  

Croydon grime artist Stormzy not happy with article printed in newspaper

Stormzy has tweeted to say he's not amused after a newspaper used a picture of him in an article about footballer Romelu Lukaku.

The Irish Herald printed a photo of the grime star to illustrate a piece about the Belgian forward's move to Manchester United.

In the tweet Stormzy says "I don't find none of this funny".

The paper has apologised.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:41 pm  

Judges hearing more evidence about Charlie Gard

Judges have begun taking evidence in a new hearing about terminally ill baby Charlie Gard.

Doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital have asked the High Court to look at what it calls 'claims of new evidence' about treatments for the 11 month-old's rare genetic condition.

In April, courts ruled doctors could stop providing life-support treatment for the baby from Bedfont, against his parents' wishes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

History has been made at Wimbledon

Britain's Johanna Konta's into the Wimbledon quarter-finals after beating Caroline Garcia in three sets.

She won 7-6, 4-6, 6-4 to become the first women from the UK to make the last-eight since 1984.

Konta will face Victoria Azerenka or Simona Halep next.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:28 pm  

Epsom and St Helier Hospital Merges Debate

It seems like the South West London hospital debate is rearing its ugly head once again.

The Chief Exec at Epsom and St Helier hospitals is recommending their emergency and maternity services should be merged onto one site.

Epsom MP Chris Grayling says the news is not helpful; he agrees with the proposal that St Helier and Epsom should be separated.

He’d like to see Epsom run as a network of Surrey hospitals instead.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:13 pm  

Wimbledon on Manic Monday

There's a huge afternoon of tennis ahead at Wimbledon as the second week of the Championships gets underway.

Manic Monday sees every player left in the draw take to the court.

World number one Angelique Kerber is out of Wimbledon – she lost to 2015 finalist Garbine Muguruza – despite taking the first set. It finished 4-6, 6-4, 6-4

Andy Murray’s just started on Centre – the defending champion faces Benoit Paire for a quarter-final spot.

He’ll follow Venus Williams – who’s a set up in her match.

French Open Champion Jelena Ostapenko is already through to the last-eight.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm  

Cobham Services Murder

Exactly two weeks after 20-year-old Quhey Saunders was murdered at Cobham Services, his family have issued a tribute to him.

They have described him as a “kind hearted boy” who was “always full of laughter, loved life and loved enjoyment”.

Surrey police have charged two men in connection with the murder, but are keen to speak with witnesses.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Surrey Police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:07 pm  

Croydon Fly-tipper's Vehicles Crushed

A notorious fly-tipper, who hit headlines by dumping tonnes of rubbish on Croydon’s streets, has had his vehicles crushed.

The Council oversaw the destruction of two of George Smith’s tipper trucks after he committed the worst fly-tips the borough has ever seen.

Magistrates ordered the confiscation of Smith’s vehicles after he was jailed in 2016.

As part of the council’s ‘Don’t Mess With Croydon’ campaign, 150 prosecutions have been made for similar offences and 21 vehicles crushed.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:18 pm  

The Mayor of London orders urgent review into Grenfell Tower tragedy

Sadiq Khan has ordered an urgent review of the equipment used by the firefighters that worked on the Grenfell Tower disaster.

This comes after claims there were shortages while tackling the blaze that killed around 80 people.

Firefighters said they had problems with equipment, water pressure, and a high ladder didn’t arrive on time.

Since the disaster the London Fire Brigade has increased the number of fire units sent to high-rise fires due to cladding concerns.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:21 pm  

Sadiq Khan’s crackdown on air pollution could cause the London Fire Brigade problems

Sadiq Khan’s crackdown on air pollution could see the London Fire Brigade charged £31,000 a month, it has been claimed.

The London Fire Brigade’s engines will violate the restrictions for the planned ultra-low emission zone being introduced in April 2019.

The LFB is currently working to upgrade its fleet so it meets pollution standards.

But the new engines will not be ready until a year after the restrictions come into effect.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 am  

Murray and Konta could make history if win matches at Wimbledon

It’s a big day at Wimbledon as Andy Murray and Johanna Konta are both in the fourth-round later, hoping to reach the quarter-finals.

Sixth seed Konta plays France's 21st seed Caroline Garcia in the opening match on Court One at 1 o’clock.

While, defending champion Murray plays Frenchman Benoit Paire on Centre Court at around 3.

If they win, the pair could make history, as they would become the first British man and woman to reach the last eight since 1973.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:46 am  

Surrey Cricket League: Old Royalists extend lead in Premier Division

Old Royalists have moved 40 points clear at the top of the Surrey Cricket League’s Premier Division after a big 152 run win over Croydon of India at Tolworth Court.

Old Royalists made 242 for 9 before dismissing their opponents for 90.

Park Hill moved to the top of Division Two after a 6 wicket win over Croydon Lions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:08 am  

Hounslow first to spend on fire safety after Grenfell

Following the Grenfell Tower tragedy Hounslow has become the first local authority in the UK to issue a tender for contractors to carry out fire safety work.

The £4 million tender comes as the huge cost to council taxpayers begins to emerge.

Cladding samples on more than 180 high rises across the UK so far have failed combustibility tests.

Hounslow is yet to confirm the winning bidders but privately owned D&B Facades has already begun work removing cladding.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:16 am  

Sunday, 9 July 2017

A man has died following a van fire on Tolworth Underpass yesterday evening

Firefighters were called to the incident at 9.45pm where the man was pronounced dead at the scene.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:51 pm  

Former leader of Richmond Council, Sir David Williams, has been awarded with a Freedom of the Borough accolade

Sir David represented Ham and Petersham ward on the Council from 1974 to 2014, and was Leader of the Council from 1983 to 2001.

He served as Councillor for 40 years, and Leader for 18 years – the only person ever to hold the post for so long.

In 1999 he received a knighthood for his services to the Local Government Association.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:08 pm  

Chelsea have completed the signing of Antonio Rudiger from Italian side Roma

The Germany international defender joins the Premier League champions on a five-year contract for an undisclosed fee.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:51 pm  

The family of terminally ill baby Charlie Gard from Bedfont, say the "fight is not over"

They're renewing their campaign calling on doctors to allow him to travel to the US and receive experimental treatment.

A petition with over 350-thousand signatures will be handed to staff at Great Ormond Street Hospital today.

Barrister Gemma Lindfield says it's a difficult case.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:58 pm  

Twickenham MP says Brexit may never happen

Twickenham MP, Sir Vince Cable has suggested that Brexit “may never happen”.

He said "enormous" divisions in the Labour and the Tory parties and a "deteriorating" economy would make people think again.

However, his remarks were dismissed by leading Eurosceptic Conservative MP Owen Paterson, who said Sir Vince was ignoring the result of the Brexit referendum.

Sir Vince is likely to be the next Lib Dem leader.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Croydon Winner for the Local Government Challenge

One of Croydon’s most talented public health officers has scooped a £10,000 scholarship prize after winning the local government equivalent of ‘The Apprentice’.

Denise Blair fought through five rounds of real-world problems posed by councils across the country.

She beat nine other finalists in the Local Government Challenge 2017.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:02 am  

Vince Cable MP seeks meeting with Transport Minister over Teddington Station

Vince Cable is seeking an urgent meeting with the Transport Minister, Paul Maynard, to explain the delays for improvements at Teddington train station.

After the work has been delayed for another year, the Twickenham MP wrote to the Minister expressing his concerns.

He says “immediate answers” are needed for the delays to improvements at what is an important interchange.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:58 am  

Fatal Game Warning

Head teachers across the UK are warning pupils and parents to be wary of an online game that encourages players to kill themselves.

Participants are given an increasingly complex set of tasks to complete over 50 days, before being instructed to take their own lives.

The ‘Blue Whale’ game is thought to have already taken 130 lives in Russia and is spreading to other countries, including the UK.

In Russia, two schoolgirls, aged 15 and 16, fell to their deaths from a 14-storey block of flats, another 15 year old fell from a fifth floor flat, while a 14-year-old girl died after being hit by a train.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:20 am  

Controlled Parking Zone for Barnes

People fed up of the parking situation in an area of Barnes are being urged to have their say.

Richmond Council wants to introduce a Controlled Parking Zone, or CPZ around White Hart Lane.

It needs 50% of residents to agree to the move.

Commuters taking parking spaces is the number one gripe for residents.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:17 am  

High Rise Warnings in Richmond

The leader of Richmond Council has one request before he retires.

Lord True is asking that GLA planners stop trying to "push for high rise developments."

He's asked London Mayor Sadiq Khan to personally intervene, as he claims the group continuously overturns councils' decisions.

He says there is concern, particularly in Richmond, about the prospect of high rise buildings with regards to safety and suitability.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 am  

Mayor of London calls for urgent review of fire service needs after Grenfell

The Mayor of London has asked the London Fire Commissioner to undertake an urgent review of fire service needs, following the Grenfell Tower fire.

Speaking at London Pride, Sadiq Khan said although there will be a public inquiry, he "cannot wait that long."

He's told the London Fire Service they will receive whatever equipment they need.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:16 am  

Bono hails London as the "capital of the world" at Twickenham

Bono has thanked Britain for "looking after the Irish" as U2 played to a packed Twickenham Stadium.

The rock star hailed London as the capital of the world as the band played the latest gig in their 'Joshua Tree' 30th anniversary tour.

He said the band were just boys when they first came to the city.
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