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Saturday, 1 December 2018

Battersea Power Station turns green for children appeal


Over the past week, people have been noticing something different about the Battersea Power Station.

The iconic building has been lit up in a bright green in support of the NSPCC’s Christmas appeal.

“Light for Every Childhood” seeks to shine a light on children experiencing neglect at Christmas and all year round.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:49 pm  

AFC Wimbledon advance to FA Cup third round

AFC Wimbledon advanced to the third round of the FA Cup after a 3-1 win at Halifax.

Another National League team Maidstone also failed in their bid to advance, going down 2-nil to Oldham.

The draw for the third round – including the Premier League teams – takes place on Monday.

In Championship action Queens Park Rangers went down 3-2 to Hull at Loftus Road.

Sutton drew 2-all at AFC Fylde in the National League while in the South Division Hampton & Richmond Borough beat East Thurrock 1-nil at the Beveree Stadium.

In the Isthmian League Kingstonian lost 4-nil to Haringey at the King George’s Field in Tolworth.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:53 pm  

Crystal Palace return to winning ways

Crystal Palace have moved away from the Premier League's relegation zone.

They've beaten fellow strugglers Burnley 2-0.

The Londoners hadn't won any of their previous 8 top flight games.

Boss Roy Hodgson says their result was matched by an equally impressive performance.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:09 pm  

Rugby Union Referee John Lacey ends international career at Twickenham Stadium

A Barbarians game at Twickenham is always a special fixture.

Today's match against Argentina also marked the end of an era for referee John Lacey.

The Irishman oversaw his final international test, which the Barbarians won by a drop goal in the 78th minute.

John spoke with Radio Jackie's Natalie Osborne and shared his thoughts about the match and his future in rugby:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 pm  

The Killik Cup at Twickenham Stadium: Barbarians 38 - 35 Argentina

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:29 pm  

Chelsea host Fulham at home tomorrow, for their Premier League game

Kick-off is at 12.

The blues are unbeaten the last 16 times they have faced Fulham.

This is the first meeting between the two London neighbours for almost 5 years.

The whites should be in better spirits after ending a run of 7 straight defeats in all competitions with a win over Southampton last weekend.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:28 pm  

Half Time at Twickenham Stadium in The Killik Cup

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:29 pm  

Turner’s Walton Bridges could be blocked from leaving the country

The 1806 painting was sold at Sotheby’s in July for £3.4m.

However, Arts Minister Michael Ellis has deferred the decision on the export licence until at least February next year.

He says that it’s a cultural artefact that must remain in the UK for “the benefit of the nation”.

The painting shows the double-span bridge that ran across the Thames between the locks at Sunbury and Shepperton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:17 pm  

The Killik Cup: Barbarians v Argentina at Twickenham Stadium

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:57 pm  

People across Surrey maybe interested in a slightly different advent calendar

Secamb which runs the ambulance service will open a window revealing different members of staff and roles each day throughout December.

People can view the calendar via facebook.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:05 pm  

Crystal Palace look for their first Premier League win since mid-September this afternoon

They host Burnley at Selhurst Park.

Manager Roy Hodgson says the recent fixture list hasn't been kind to them.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:06 pm  

Harlequins 28 - 26 Exeter Chiefs at the Twickenham Stoop

It was a chilly Friday night in South West London yet a buoyant mood filled the Twickenham Stoop. Harlequins, always with a strong home support, were looking forward to a clash against the league leaders. The fans knew, one way or another, they were in for a fascinating match.

Coming into this weekend, the hosts had come away with points from every premiership game this season. This consistency positioned Quins fifth in table with three wins. Their visitors, Exeter Chiefs, had eight from eight.

As called upon by Head of Rugby Paul Gustard, the Harlequins fans were in good spirits and great voices from the first whistle. Lang kicked off for the hosts. Chiefs returned possession but then Quins chose to keep hold of the ball. They drove up the field, strengthened by the voices from the stands.

First line-out and first scrum to Quins. The host pack was strong and earned a penalty from the set-piece. Eager to get points on the board against Exeter, Lang split the posts with his boot: Harlequins 3 – 0 Exeter Chiefs (7 minutes).

Quins gathered the high-ball well and attempted to run from deep. Chiefs kept the hosts pinned in their own 22 and so scrum-half Danny Care was forced to box-kick into touch. Exeter secured the ball and sent it out wide. Strong tackles came in but a scrum was awarded to the visitors in white.

As the war chants were heard around the ground, Exeter earned a free-kick but instead of taking the three points, they kicked for the corner. The ball went loose and Quins saw an opportunity but the referee Ian Tempest deemed the reason for the loss to have been illegal side-entry. Another line-out to the visitors.

They secured the ball well and then their rolling maul drove for the line. The try was awarded (Kvesic). The attempted conversion hit the post. Harlequins 3 – 5 Exeter Chiefs (15 minutes).

Harlequins, in an attempt to get momentum going, passed quickly to the wing and a strong run ended up in touch. Chiefs secured the line-out and box-kicked, handing possession back to the hosts.

It was short-lived as the ball again found touch. The Chiefs, dominant in the set-piece, reclaimed possession and were then awarded a penalty. Trying to show their dominance early on, the visitors again kicked for the corner, secured the ball and in a play copying the earlier move, pushed for the line. On this occasion the ball was knocked-on and Quins had the put-in in a very defensive scum.

The hosts survived the set-piece and made it out of their own 22. The Chiefs were quick with their defence and forced the hosts to box-kick. This did not gain very much distance and simply handed the ball back to Exeter. They powered up the field but tackles were coming in thick and fast. Quins forced a knock-on but were soon overturned. A high tackle on Brown, however, handed Quins a free-kick.

The hosts gained territory but, on running with the ball, they again lost possession on the half-way line. Staunch defence, however, handed Quins a scrum mid-way as the ‘Harlequins’ chants started to reverberate around The Stoop.

In an attempted tackle, Chiefs again knocked-on. From the scrum, Quins kept ball-in-hand. Quick hands from Lang to Earle on the near wing kept play alive as Chiefs were quick on the tackles and fought hard at the breakdown.

The fans in the stands started to sing out once more as the hosts pushed up to the 22. Exeter were then penalised for not rolling away and the hosts kicked for the corner instead of taking the three points. As it turned out, the gamble was worth it as captain James Chisholm crossed the whitewash. Lang was unable to convert, hitting the post as his opposite number had done earlier in the game: Harlequins 8 – 5 Exeter Chiefs (30 minutes).

The weather started to play a part as Exeter slipped on the turf whilst in possession. This allowed Quins to attempt a turnover. They were awarded a penalty as the Chiefs held onto the ball. It was placed in touch in the 22 for an attacking line-out. They moved with pace and determination but just when it mattered, the ball was spilt forward.

Chiefs ran out of their own 22 before being brought down. They were forced to box-kick. Quins were strong under the high ball and great pace and teamwork brought the ball to within 10 metres of the try-line. Again they knocked-on but the fans applauded the play.

As the Harlequins chants again resonated, the hosts were penalised for collapsing the scrum. This was an easy let-off for the visitors who found touch and secured the line-out ball. Quins, however, were again able to turnover possession.

Seeing an opening, the hosts kicked. Exeter won the chase for the ball but a thumping tackle from Sinckler kept the visitors pinned in their own half.

The hosts intercepted a loose pass and made strides back up the field. Chiefs knocked-on in the tackle, handing a scrum to the hosts just outside the visiting 22.

The scrum again held firm and the ball was passed quickly to the near wing. Swift ball control between Brown and Earle allowed the winger to cross in the corner for a try. Again, it went unconverted as Lang pulled it wide of the near post. That was the final play of the first half.


Half Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 13 – 5 Exeter Chiefs

Within the opening play of the second half, Harlequins handed a scrum to Exeter after knocking-on when collecting the re-start ball. A cheer resounded, however, after the hosts were awarded a penalty. They kicked for a line-out, secured the ball and pushed up to the half-way line.

Care box-kicked long, allowing his team to chase and pin down the visitors. Chiefs returned the ball, sending it high for Mike Brown to catch. His hands were secure, even with the men in white bearing down on him.

Progress was slowing and Care passed out to Lang who was unable to catch cleanly and knocked-on at half-way. As the visiting fans started to chant loudly, the home fans sang ‘Harlequins’, mirroring the tomahawk and eventually drowning out the visitors.

The battle on the field continued with a strong turnover from the hosts but no sooner were they gathering momentum than a sloppy pass was thrown straight into touch.

Play was halted as Joe Marler received treatment for the hosts, but back on his feet and the line-out continued.

Quins attacked the set-piece but it was still Exeter who came away with possession. They, too, were not exempt from throwing loose passes but in their case, they retained the ball.

Exeter formed a maul and drove towards the line. Advantage was being played but they, too, threw their pass long and into touch. Play returned to the scene of the penalty and Exeter again went for the corner. They secured the ball and started a driving maul. Another advantage was called but it was unnecessary as captain Jack Yeandle dropped on the ball to score a try. Their fly-half Joe Simmonds added the extra 2 points: Harlequins 13 – 12 Exeter Chiefs (52 minutes).

Both teams then kicked for territory before Quins chased down the ball. They earned a penalty and kicked for touch. The hosts secured their line-out and formed a maul. Care then peeled away with the ball but Exeter regained possession.

They box-kicked but Brown gathered under pressure. Possession again switched sides as both teams seemed reluctant to keep hold of the ball. Exeter then made an unforced error, kicking the ball out on the full.

The hosts kept possession in the line-out and after slow progress passed to the wing where Nathan Earle fought his way across the line, being tackled but not held allowing him to scramble over. The conversion was added by Lang: Harlequins 20 – Exeter Chiefs 12 (58 minutes).

The Chiefs again sent the ball long and Care was forced to box-kick from the 22. The men in white gathered and with quick hands passed to and fro. They made it back into the 22 and earned a penalty for offside and then Quins were sent back another 10 metres.

The Game Changers were then called onto the pitch for the hosts as Mat Luamanu and Cadan Murley came on for Ben Glynn and Gabriel Ibitoye (61 minutes).

A poor line-out from the visitors allowed Quins to steal possession and Care kicked long. Although Exeter gathered, Quins thought they had overturned the ball. Instead, they were penalised and marched back another 10 metres.

The Chiefs kicked for touch in the host 22. They regained possession and ran for the try-line. Time was halted for a visit to the TMO (Television Match Official – Keith Lewis). The try was given and converted – the debate was whether the ball had been held-up. Harlequins 20 – 19 Exeter Chiefs.

Further Game Changers for Harlequins as Marcus Smith, Lewis Boyce and Phil Swainston replaced James Lang, Joe Marler and Kyle Sinckler (63 minutes).

Quins again sent the re-start ball long; Chiefs gathered and box-kicked. Brown caught the high-ball and, unseen by the referee, was taken out in the air. Brown continued with play as normal and offloaded.

The hosts kept pushing on but the Chiefs’ defence held firm.

Marcus Smith, fresh on the field, attempted to chip though but it was blocked. Fearing a runaway try by the charging Chiefs, Brown was able to get back and gather. The visitors were then penalised for not rolling away. Smith lined up the posts. Harlequins 23 – 19 Exeter Chiefs (68 minutes).

From the restart, the Chiefs attempted to run rom halfway. They broke through the defensive line but Quins then turned over possession. The ball was chipped though the defence and a race was on, The Chiefs were able to touch down behind their line and kick from deep.

Quins gathered and attempted to kick along the touch-line. Out of play it strolled and Exeter, playing with urgency, secured the ball and immediately kicked for territory. The ball was kept in play and again run back into the 22.

A kicking game then ensued, with Smith following the traditional fly-half route of boot to ball. This simply handed possession back to a feisty Exeter.

Turnovers were aplenty and Murley made a superb offload to keep the ball alive. Quins crossed the whitewash but the ball was deemed to have been held-up.

The voices of the fans rang out around The Stoop as a scrum was formed.

Care delivered and received the ball quickly, passing to Murley. He was tackled and play slowed. Quins then knocked-on just metres from the try-line. Chiefs box-kicked into touch but Quins took a quick line-out and again made it into the 22 before a kick-through allowed Joe Marchant to score Quins’ 4th try of the game. Smith could not add the conversion: Harlequins 28 – 19 Exeter Chiefs (77 minutes).

Chiefs kicked long. Quins gathered and made it out of the 22 before Care box-kicked out. Quins then turned-over possession but overconfidence allowed an intercept try and easy conversion (78 minutes). Harlequins 28 – 26 Exeter Chiefs.

The re-start ball was kicked long and Quins were able to pin the visitors down. The men in white knocked-on handing a scrum to Quins as the clock counted down.

The songs were being sung. Quins secured the ball and kicked into touch with a historic bonus-point win over the league leaders.

Full Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 28 – 26 Exeter Chiefs

Attendance: 12,568


Harlequins

15 Mike Brown, 14 Gabriel Ibitoye, 13 Joe Marchant, 12 Francis Saili, 11 Nathan Earle, 10 James Lang, 9 Danny Care, 1 Joe Marler, 2 Dave Ward, 3 Kyle Sinckler, 4 Ben Glynn, 5 George Merrick, 6 Alex Dombrandt, 7 Jack Clifford, 8 James Chisholm ©

Game Changers
16 Max Crumpton, 17 Lewis Boyce, 18 Phil Swainston, 19 Mat Luamanu, 20 Semi Kunatani, 21 Charlie Mulchrone, 22 Marcus Smith, 23 Cadan Murley

Exeter Chiefs
15 Phil Dollman, 14 Tom O’Flaherty, 13 Ian Whitten, 12 Sam Hill, 11 Alex Cuthbert, 10 Joe Simmonds, 9 Nic White, 1 Moray Low, 2 Jack Yeandle ©, 3 Greg Holmes, 4 Mitch Lees, 5 Dave Dennis, 6 Dave Ewers, 7 Don Armand, 8 Matt Kvesic

Replacements
16 Elvis Taione, 12 Billy Keast, 18 Marcus Street, 19 Ollie Atkins, 20 Tom Lawday, 21 Jack Maunder, 22 Gareth Steenson, 23 Ollie Devoto

Match report: Natalie Osborne Photos: Chris Spring
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:15 am  

Three people are in hospital after a collision in Kingston

Police were called to Cromwell Road at around 1am.

The injuries are not believed to be life threatening.

The road has now reopened.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

The Government is to waive VAT on the X Factor winner's single

The chancellor says the cash will be donated to charity for the eighth year in a row.

It'll be for Together for Short Lives and Hampton based Shooting Star Chase, who both support children with life-limiting illnesses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:26 am  

Hounslow wins funds for youth groups

Ten organisations in Hounslow are to get money from the Mayor of London’s £20 million ‘Young Londoners’ fund which was launched this week.

Over a million pounds will be divided among groups working with young people to support education, sport and cultural activities for disadvantaged people.

Included in the successful bids are the Refugee Support Network, Key4Life, the Synergy Theatre Project, QPR in the Community Trust and Hounslow Action for Youth.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:05 am  

Spelthorne calls for support for Heathrow link rail.

Spelthorne Council is asking the Transport Secretary to back its proposal for Southern Light Rail which was submitted during the summer.

The scheme provides for a station linking to the existing station in Staines, with trains running every six minutes to Heathrow.

The Council contends that the light railway would be a third of the cost of a heavy rail alternative and could be funded by private investment.

Council leader Ian Harvey says this is the best solution to the airport’s public transport needs from the south and wants the green light so the project can proceed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:38 am  

Thornton Heath man is jailed for robbery attempt.

A Thornton Heath man was jailed on Friday for 3 years after pleading guilty on Wednesday to attempted robbery, ABH and having an offensive weapon.

30 year old Omari Blackburn went into an off-licence in London Road on the 29th of July armed with a hammer hidden under his jumper.

He threatened the 50 year old shop worker and demanded money from the till, but was refused.

In a scuffle between them, Blackburn hit the other man with the hammer.

Members of the public then stopped Blackburn and kept him there until police arrived a few minutes later.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:49 am  

Friday, 30 November 2018

Emily Blunt says it was an instant "yes", when she was asked to play the iconic Mary Poppins.

The actress from Roehampton, who now lives in the states, takes on the role of the firm, but kind, British nanny in Mary Poppins Returns.

It's set 20 years after the original 1964 movie, which starred Julie Andrews.

Dick Van Dyke, who played chimney sweep Bert, has a tap-dancing cameo in the new film, which premiered in LA last night.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:26 pm  

Exeter Chiefs' winning run in the premiership has come to an end at the hands of Harlequins.

In an electrifying game at the Twickenham Stoop, the hosts secured a 28-26 bonus-point win with tries from Marchant, Chisholm and two from Earle.

Harlequins Head of Rugby Paul Gustard spoke with Radio Jackie after the game:


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:10 pm  

Did you see an accident in Shepperton this evening?

Police are appealing for help in tracing a silver car which failed to stop after a collision, where a pedestrian was hit outside The Harrow pub in Charlton Road, Shepperton, earlier this evening.

It is believed the vehicle had a large spoiler which is likely to be damaged along with additional damage to the bonnet and windscreen.

It was last seen driving towards Ashford. The pedestrian has been taken to hospital by ambulance with serious injuries.

Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or have any information is asked to contact Police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 pm  

A group of fire fighters are hoping to take the coveted Christmas Number 1 spot.

The Fire Tones have re-released the Band Aid classic “Do they know it’s Christmas.”

The aim is to raise as much money as possible for the Fire Fighters Charity and the Band-Aid Charity Trust.

They even had to get permission from Sir Bob Geldof and Midge Ure.

They’ve got stiff competition from the likes of The X Factor winner and Sir Elton John, who’s a firm favourite follow his star turn on the John Lewis Christmas advert.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:11 pm  

The MP for Carshalton and Wallington has slammed the BBC on twitter.

Tom Brake tweeted it’s “a very poor show” if the BBC thinks the debate between the Prime Minister and Jeremy Corbyn will shed light on Brexit.

Mr Brake is questioning why the Lib Dem leader isn’t invited to take part in the debate- the Lib Dems are still pushing for a People’s Vote.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 pm  

Mole Valley Council says it has made significant progress this year to tackle homelessness.

Its 5 year plan has been awarded a Gold Standard for its work and is just one of just 16 authorities to have been given the accolade.

No families stayed in a B&B for any more than 6 weeks last year.

The council says it has also reduced the number of people placed in them as a whole.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:13 pm  

Harlequins welcome Exeter Chiefs to the Twickenham Stoop
It’s round nine of the English Rugby Union premiership.

Tonight Harlequins welcome Exeter Chiefs to the Twickenham Stoop.

Quins, currently fifth in the table with three wins from eight, face a tough battle against the league leaders who have not yet lost in this season’s competition.

Kick off is 7.45pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:32 pm  

A worrying number of adults would consider buying a laser pen as a Christmas present for their child

That’s according to a new survey from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents.

It’s urging mums and dads to consider the irreparable damage they can do to eyesight.

Many high powered laser devices are also being bought over the internet.

Jonathan Nicholson from the Civil Aviation Authority explains the types that are causing a problem for pilots at Heathrow.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Derbyshire have signed batsman Tom Lace on loan from Middlesex for next season

The 20-year old will be available for all three formats, excluding any fixtures against Middlesex.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:22 pm  

Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri isn't sure he's had much of an influence on the career of Chelsea chief Maurizio Sarri, despite a meeting 20 years ago

Sarri's described his fellow Italian as an inspiration.

He studied his tactics when Ranieri was in charge of Fiorentina in the 90s.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

A Tunisian man who posed as a victim of the Grenfell fire has been jailed for four-and-a-half years



The 28-year-old enjoyed more than 200 nights in a four-star hotel before being given a flat in Chelsea.

The judge told him he'd plundered £90,000 of public funds put aside for genuine victims in their hour of need.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

UPDATED: A number of houses were evacuated in Stanwell this morning

It’s after what’s thought to be a grenade was discovered at a house in Viola Avenue just before 7 o’clock.

A 100 metre cordon was put into place and lifted just before 3 o’clock this afternoon.

There’s no confirmation if what was found was in fact a grenade.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:14 pm  

People across Surrey are being asked to consider an alternative to dialling 999

South East Coast Ambulance Service is reminding people of services like 111.

The trust, which also covers Kent and Sussex, says it is preparing for a busy winter.

Options for non-emergencies also include making a GP appointment, visiting a minor injuries unit or speaking to a pharmacist.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:58 pm  

A man has been jailed for causing a crash in Hounslow which left another man with serious injuries



30 year old Arian Mohamad pleaded guilty to causing serious injury by dangerous driving following the incident in October last year.

Islworth Crown Court heard he had been racing his Bentley along the Great West Road bullying other drivers out of the way.

The person he was racing returned home but Mohamad continued to drive at speeds of more than 50mph.

He crashed into his victim’s car after running a red light at around 48mph.

The man’s seatbelt broke and he was catapulted from the car, sustaining serious injuries from which he continues to recover from.

Mohamad was jailed for two years and two months, disqualified from driving for four years and ordered to take an extended driving test upon release.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

It's been revealed the Bank of England's boss splashed out nearly £100,000 on a summer party for staff in Roehampton

More than half of that went on food and drink for the event in July at the Bank of England Sports Ground.

Mark Carney invited more than 2,000 employees and their families to the bash which included a treasure hunt and bouncy castle.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:51 pm  

A house in Stanwell had to be cordoned off this morning after a grenade was found

Officers were called to Viola Avenue just before 7 o’clock.

A 100 metre cordon was put into place and residents in the nearby roads evacuated.

There’s no update yet as to whether or not to the grenade is real or fake.

Officers from the Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) team are in attendance at the address.

The property is currently being examined and the 100 meter cordon is likely to remain in place for an estimated further 5 hours.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:03 pm  

Parking charges in Croydon will be relaxed this Christmas.

The council is calling it an “early Christmas present for people in the borough.

Charges will be exempt in council-run car parks and on-street bays on the following days:

Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

Normal parking enforcement will take place from 27th to the 30th of December and will resume from Wednesday the 2nd of January.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

A summer party organised by the governor of the Bank of England cost nearly 100-thousand pounds, and included a bake-off and fun run.

A summer party organised by the governor of the Bank of England cost nearly £100,000 and included a bake-off and fun run.

About half of that was spent on food and drink for the event in Roehampton.

Mark Carney celebrated with more than 2,500 employees and their families.

Other treats included a treasure hunt and bouncy castle.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:10 am  

Cuts to local health services are being described as “cruel” by Richmond Council.

It is predicted Richmond’s Health Grant will fall 7.5% by 2020.

Earlier, we spoke to Councillor Piers Allen about how the cuts are going to affect the most vulnerable people.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 am  

The first machine digging London’s sewers has started work in Battersea.

The machine, named after the suffragette Millicent Fawcett, has begun work at Kirtling Street and is moving westbound.

The tunnelling comes as part of infrastructure improvements for the area, as 20,000 new homes are expected to be built by 2030.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:04 am  

25% of Richmond’s adult social care relies on workers from European Countries.

25% of Richmond’s adult social care relies on workers from European Countries.

Since the uncertainty of Brexit, Councillor Piers Allen says it is impossible start planning on how to filter funding fairly through the system.



£731,000 worth of cuts are expected to be made to the boroughs health services by 2020.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 am  

The population in Richmond has grown by nearly 2.5% over the last 3 years.

However, a number of cuts are being made to the health services which are set to affect the most vulnerable people in the area.

The Health Secretary Matt Hancock says the new focus must be on “prevention” rather than cause, but Councillor Piers Allen says the cuts contradict this.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 am  

Cyclists around Tolworth and Kingston are set to get an easier ride.

Cyclists around Tolworth and Kingston are set to get an easier ride.

Kingston Council has approved the design and construction of the Ewell Road Section of the Kingston to Tolworth cycle route.

It will join with the completed Surbiton to Kingston scheme and construction will start early next year.

The £32 million Go Cycle programme includes 10 new linked development schemes funded by TfL.

Three have been completed, and four more are currently under construction.

These are Wheatfield Way, Kingston Station, Kingston to Kingston Vale and New Malden to Raynes Park.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:09 am  

A manhunt is under way for two men who stole a Poppy Appeal collection tin at a hotel near Heathrow.



Two men entered the Renaissance Hotel on Nettleton Road earlier this month at approximately 11.30pm.

The first man approached the reception desk and asked the member of staff for some paper.

As the member of staff left the desk; the second man then took the Poppy Appeal charity tin.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:59 am  

Harlequins host leaders Exeter at the Twickenham Stoop

The rugby union Premiership continues tonight with 5th placed Harlequins entertaining leaders Exeter at the Twickenham Stoop.

The Chiefs are looking to make it nine wins from nine this season.

Kick-off is 7.45.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:15 am  

Man wanted by Surrey Police hands himself in

A man wanted by Surrey Police has handed himself in.

Thirty-five-year-old Joseph Barnes from Dorking was wanted in connection with three armed robberies in East Surrey on November 6th and 8th.

He was arrested yesterday and is helping officers with their investigations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:29 am  

Hounslow Council has teamed up with Brentford Football Club to deliver youth activities from next year

Along with the group Participation People, they will support young people across the borough.

It comes after pressures on funding, due to a “changing climate”.

The two will provide support to carers and the youth council, and give holiday youth provision.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:03 am  

Thursday, 29 November 2018

Children in Wandsworth have been catching people speeding outside their schools

Pupils across the borough in years 5 and 6 used a speed gun to catch 40 people driving above the speed limit.

It follows on from National Road Safety Week, a scheme highlighting the importance of driving carefully.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 pm  

Chelsea have eased to a 4-nil win over PAOK

They'd already qualified for the knockouts.

Olivier Giroud scored twice for the blues.

Rangers have managed to hold on with 10-men for a goalless draw with Villarreal - to keep their Europa League hopes alive.

Arsenal topped their group with a 3-nil victory against Vorskla in Ukraine.

Celtic gave their chances of reaching the knockout stages a real boost by beating Rosenborg 1-nil.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:21 pm  

Coulsdon Town’s councillors have donated £3,000 to fund the Christmas lights on the High Street

It comes as many other areas have had to forego the decorations or find the money themselves.

Teddington High Street is having its switch-on tonight, after the council agreed to waive its fee for road closures.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:50 pm  

A British Airways flight has arrived safely at Heathrow after its landing gear didn't retract properly

The Boeing 747, which was bound for Kenya, had to dump fuel in the Channel to make it lighter before returning.

The airline says the technical issue was 'minor' and has apologised to customers for the disruption.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Employees of Historic Royal Palaces are going to be asked if they want to strike in a dispute over pensions

Beefeaters and jewel house wardens are among those to be balloted by the GMB union.

Staff at Hampton Court and Kew Palaces will also be asked their opinion.

GMB says workers face a pay cut "for the rest of their lives" as their defined benefit scheme's due to close in April.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Pilot who was nine times over limit at Heathrow is jailed



A Japanese pilot has been sentenced to 10 months behind bars for performing an aviation function with the proportion of alcohol in his blood exceeding the prescribed legal limit.

42 year old Katsutoshi Jitsukawa pleaded guilty to performing an aviation function with alcohol in his blood exceeding the prescribed legal limit.

Jitsukawa, a pilot for Japan Airlines, was arrested at Heathrow Airport on Sunday, the 28th of October at around 7pm, prior to a flight.

A blood test result showed he had not less than 189 milligrams of alcohol per 100 millilitres of blood.

The result exceeded the legal limit contrary to Section 93(1) (a) of the Railway and Transport Safety Act 2003 of 20 milligrams of alcohol per 100 mililitres of blood.

His result was over nine times the legal limit.

Inspector Iain Goble, of Aviation Policing, said: "This is an incredibly serious offence as Jitsukawa, a member of the airline crew, had responsibility for performing a critical role. This conviction reflects he displayed not only total disregard for the safety of all the passengers and staff on his flight, but also the wider public.

"Clearly, the consequences could potentially have been catastrophic had security staff and police not intervened and he had continued to perform his role on the aircraft in the state he was.

"I would like to praise the security staff who acted quickly and professionally upon suspecting that Jitsukawa was not fit to fly and alerted police."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:56 pm  

The classic film Born Free was shown in the Houses of Parliament earlier this week

The screening, which was set up by Richmond Park MP Zac Goldsmith, involved a Q&A with its star Virginia McKenna.

Virginia set up the Born Free Foundation with her late husband Bill Travers to make sure animals stay in the wild.

We caught up with her at the screening.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Network Rail has been ordered to improve its performance

The rail regulator, the Office of Rail and Road, says punctuality and reliability were at their worst for five years.

The transport secretary has also been putting pressure on Network Rail to sort a number of on-going issues.

Epsom MP Chris Grayling says the recent problems out of Waterloo can’t all be blamed on South Western Railway.

Track faults and over running engineering works have caused massive delays and cancellations on a number of routes recently.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

A mum has vowed to continue raising money for the Princess Alice Hospice in Esher for as long as she is active

Nina McNeill has completed a number of running challenges including 35 half marathons and a climb of Snowdonia.

She’s braved torn knee ligaments and bruised ribs.

But says she will continue to raise money in memory of her aunt who was cared for at the hospice.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:27 pm  

Researchers in Battersea are looking into the effects of pollution on our skin

Some dermatologists say exposure to air and particle pollution significantly correlates to an increase in signs of ageing.

Dr Pauline Hilli is part of the Nourish London team.

She explains how dirty air can have an effect on more than just our lungs.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:45 pm  

Battersea Dogs and Cats home says Wandsworth Council’s policy on pets should be a model for others to follow

It says it has a balanced package of measures to make sure pets don’t become a problem for other people in properties.

A recent report is calling to lift the ban on tenants keeping pets in council owned properties.

Only one in four authorities allow people to have a pet and some only allow it if they have a private garden.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:19 pm  

Trees in Richmond have had to be removed and replaced due to inappropriate action by a contractor.

It comes after it was discovered a number of tree roots had been severed during repair works recently finished in Selwyn Avenue in North Sheen.

The unstable trees have been found at 11 locations and will be removed as soon as possible as they pose a threat to people.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:01 am  

The MP for Carshalton and Wallington has tweeted that 52% of people want a vote on the final deal.

That’s according to research by GfK, a source of market and consumer information which consists of more than 1,300 market research experts.

Lib Dem leader and Twickenham MP Sir Vince has been pushing for a people’s vote since the run up to local elections in May.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 am  

A new definition of antisemitism is being adopted by Richmond Council, to tackle prejudice.

The definition was drafted by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance and was agreed unanimously.

It defines antisemitism as: “A certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews.

Over 100 councils across the UK have also adopted it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:41 am  

Epsom’s commuters are finally going to be able to use Oyster cards.

Contactless cards are also being introduced at the station from the end of March.

However, despite campaigns for it, Epsom will not be in a designated zone and fares will still be in line with what they are now.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:14 am  

Grime duo Krept and Konan are switching on the Christmas lights in Croydon this evening.

They’re among the people backing the borough’s plans to become a “music city”.

It was named as the place producing the country’s most streamed artists by music journalists and streaming site Deezer in August.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:04 am  

A man has been charged with murder following a fatal fire in Teddington.



Police and firefighters were called to reports of a fire at a house in Mays Road in August.

72-year-old Carole Harrison (pictured) was found dead inside.

54 year old William Kydd from Feltham has been arrested and charged with her murder.

He will appear in custody at Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:59 am  

Two teenagers have been convicted of a knife attack in Hammersmith.

A 16 and 15 year old were found guilty of assaulting three teens at Ravenscourt Park in April.

One of the victims suffered tendon damage to his hand after trying to stop the knife attack, before being stabbed in the back of head.

He was taken to hospital with a non-life threatening injury.

The teenagers will be sentenced in mid-December.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

A survey has ranked Richmond as the happiest place to live in London.

The survey by Rightmove asked people across the UK, and Richmond didn’t feature in the overall top 10.

The outright winner was Leigh-on-sea, a seaside town in Essex, while Farnham in Surrey came second.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Brentford fell further down the championship table last night.

Results for Sheffield Wednesday and Preston mean they jump ahead of the bees – who now lie in 17th.

Since manager Dean Smith left Brentford, their form has been poor, losing 6 out of 7 matches.

This includes Tuesday’s 3-2 loss at home to Sheffield United.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:22 am  

24 people have been honoured for their voluntary work at Richmond’s Community Heroes’ Awards.


It is the first time the awards have been offered in specific categories, proving the wide range of work being done in the borough.

Sporting activities, community events and care work achievements were all celebrated.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:07 am  

A man has been jailed for 18 months for stabbing two people in Croydon.

18 year old Jordan Nsumbu pleaded guilty to two counts of Grievous Bodily Harm, after the attack on two gang rivals on the high street.

The victims were both 16 and had been following Nsumbu.

One of the teenagers was rushed to hospital with a stab injury that missed his heart by 1cm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:07 am  

Wednesday, 28 November 2018

Bellevue Road shopping parade in Wandsworth has completed a £440,000 environmental improvement scheme

The work includes new street trees, more cycle parking, better street lighting, and better security for motorcycles.

Funding was raised with a levy on housing developers in the area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:12 pm  

Police are looking for a man wanted in connection with a number of thefts in Walton.

It’s thought the suspect stole alcohol from a supermarket in the area.

The man is described as white, in his 30s or 40s, he was last seen wearing a green jacket and black hat.

If anyone has any information they should call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:12 pm  

Wallington based charity Crimestoppers offer £3,000 reward

A reward of £3,000 is being offered by Wallington based charity Crimestoppers for information locating a man wanted in connection with three robberies.

Iona Stewart-Richardson has this report:


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:35 pm  

Hammersmith and Fulham council on course for becoming the greenest borough in Britain

Buses at a garage in Shepherds Bush are going electric.

The changes at the Wells Road depot mean two bus routes in the area are now able to run emission-free.

Hammersmith and Fulham council is welcoming the move, as it is hoping to become the greenest borough in Britain.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:35 pm  

Visitors to Woking Town Centre today can take home their own tree to plant and nurture.

It’s to raise awareness of Woking Borough Council’s newly launched Tree Strategy and Management Policy while at the same time marking National Tree Week.

Saplings will be handed out along Mercia Walk between 11 and 3.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:56 pm  

A man has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting a man on a bus in Sunbury on Friday

The 290 broke down on Staines Road West at around 2pm, and the two men, who were known to each other, started fighting.

One of the men sustained cuts to his face.

The 57 year old from Croydon is currently out on bail.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:55 pm  

Two men who committed twenty armed robberies at bookmakers across Battersea and Croydon have been jailed



Cameron Weston and Nathan Ugbaja committed three offences in one day, on two occasions.

Weston would produce a firearm covered in a sock, while Ugbaja acted as a getaway driver.

Evidence included analysis of their phones which positioned them in the location of the crimes on each occasion.

They’ve been jailed for a combined total of 18 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Police are looking for a woman who intervened when a man in his 30s was talking to two girls on Epsom High Street

It happened on Monday evening at around 5.15, and ended with the man leaving the area.

He’s described as white but tanned, around 6ft, unshaven, with dirty hands, and wearing a dark jacket, jeans and beanie.

If you have any information, contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:32 pm  

St Raphael’s Hospice is holding a Santa Dash through Nonsuch Park next month

On the 9th of December, people dressed up as Father Christmas will run, walk or skip up to 5km for the charity.

The money raised will allow nurses to do more home visits, or fund treatments in their therapy centre.

Emily Nicholls, from St Raphael’s, says the support will allow them to keep their patients positive over Christmas.



You can sign up here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:27 pm  

Calls are being made to have a teenager’s suspended sentence overturned

Joshua Gardner, who was filmed pulling a zombie knife on a driver in Croydon in May, received the term from a judge yesterday.

But campaigners say the lenient sentence hinders the fight against knife crime.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan also says he will be investigating the sentence further.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:14 pm  

Kingston based restaurant wins four Gold Food Industry awards



The Willow Restaurant at the Triangle in Kingston has won big at this year's 2018 FreeFrom Eating Out Awards.

It's scooped four awards including Best Overall Winner.

Judges at the ceremony called it ‘an allergy free heaven.’

The Willow also won gold in the ‘Focus on Gluten’, ‘Independent Restaurant’ and ‘Crème de la Crème’ categories.

The restaurant focuses on catering for gluten-free, vegan, paleo, sugar free and those on a low carb diet.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:18 pm  

Around 25 firefighters have been dealing with a blaze at a waste disposal site in Wandsworth

Most of a waste container was damaged at the Smugglers Way site.

The cause isn’t known at this stage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:03 pm  

Nourish London's Anne Hahlo chats to Radio Jackie about the team's new collaboration with Moonwalk charity Walk the Walk

Skin care team Nourish London is raising money for Woking based breast cancer charity Walk the Walk.

Scientists there have created a new oil, with money from the sale of it going straight to the charity.

The collaboration has come about to reflect the organisations' similar values.

Both say they are dedicated to helping people make healthier choices in their everyday lives.

Walk the Walk organises power walking events in the UK and beyond, including the world famous Moonwalk, giving people the chance to improve their fitness whilst raising funds for research into breast cancer and to improve the care of those living with cancer.

The charity also says it is passionate about encouraging women, men and children to realise their own potential for good health and well-being by walking.

Nourish London scientifically crafts organic and vegan skincare with all natural ingredients.

Here, Anne Hahlo from Nourish explains why they decided to collaborate with Walk the Walk.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

The Lib Dem leader has reacted to the Prime Minister’s promise to take on the Labour leader in a Brexit TV debate

Sir Vince Cable, the MP for Twickenham, has tweeted that he “will take them both on and argue for a People’s Vote”.

He went on to say such debate “cannot take place between two cosy Brexiteers”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:04 pm  

Surrey is to become the first county in the country to try out an electric fire engine this week

Lucy Mayer has more:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:51 am  

Police are looking for a man wanted in connection with a burglary in Chelsea.



Police are looking for a man wanted in connection with a burglary in Chelsea.

Anyone with any information should contact 101.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 am  

People in Richmond are being reminded they still have time to have their say on plans to introduce a public spaces protection order around an abortion clinic in the borough.

The consultation concerning introducing the ban outside the Pregnancy Advisory Clinic in Rosslyn Road is still underway.

It runs until Sunday the 9th of December.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 am  

A good support network and being able to pay bills are more important than having presents and cards at Christmas.

A good support network and being able to pay bills are more important than having presents and cards at Christmas.

That’s according to research by YouGov, commissioned by the Poppy Factory in Richmond as part of its Working with PTSD campaign.

The figures revealed 4 in 5 people think it would be difficult for someone with PTSD to stay in work for 12 months or longer.

Joanna Jacobson at the Poppy Factory explains how the charity is helping veterans, some of whom have the condition, find work.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:07 am  

People in Wandsworth are being asked to help the council grit the borough’s roads.

Tonnes of gritting salt have been handed out to residents from the Dormay Street depot.

The council estimates it will have to treat 230 miles of road surface and 450 miles of pavements this year.

The free grit is being offered in the hope people can pitch in in their own streets.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 am  

People who work at Heathrow airport will receive a pay boost, that’s according to the Mirror.

The airport says it’s making it compulsory for contractors pay their staff at least the voluntary rate, which is higher than the Government’s legal minimum.

3,200 employees are set to benefit.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 am  

People in Richmond are being urged to have their say on proposals to axe Council Tax contributions for the most hard-pressed.

People in Richmond are being urged to have their say on proposals to axe Council Tax contributions for the most hard-pressed.

At the moment, financially disadvantaged residents must still contribute a minimum of 15%

Residents can have their say on proposals to remove this minimum contribution in a consultation running until December the 10th.

It is estimated that the proposals will benefit around 2,500 residents across the borough, costing the Council £400,000 a year.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

Hammersmith & Fulham angry with QPR's stadium plans

Hammersmith & Fulham council has reacted angrily to Queens Park Rangers’ high profile campaign to secure the Linford Christie Stadium to build a new ground.

The council says it will not “hand over” for free the land near Wormwood Scrubs.

A statement from the borough accused QPR of “playing property developer in White City.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:53 am  

Tuesday, 27 November 2018

The MP for Battersea has tweeted her thoughts on the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal

Marsha de Cordova says the deal is “bad for Battersea and for the country” and says she will vote against it.

More people in Wandsworth voted to remain but only just, by 50.6%.




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 pm  

A teenager from Thornton Heath who used a “Zombie” knife to try and smash a driver’s car window in Croydon has avoided jail

18 year old Joshua Gardner has been handed a two year suspended sentence for the incident in May.

Cyclist Gardner was filmed kicking the car before pulling out a knife.

He was found guilty of attempted GBH with intent.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:03 pm  

Dozens of sites are hoping to become one of Heathrow’s four offsite logistic hubs

They have 8 weeks to make their bid.

65 sites are in competition for the role which will involve building the third runway.

The expansion team will consider location and transport links when making its final decision.

The airport says a shortlist will be drawn up next spring.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:59 pm  

Two prolific car thieves have been jailed for more than 10 years at Kingston Crown Court today



The pair used key programming technology to steal prestige vehicles such as Range Rovers, BMWs and Jaguars over two years.

The vehicles stolen were worth more than £1million.

The cars were either sold for export or to other criminals after they disguised the identity with false plates.

36 year old Tariq Elgzaly was jailed for six years and his accomplice, 30 year old Hakim Aziz, for four years and four months.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:03 pm  

A vulnerable 16 year old has gone missing from Chertsey



Princess Badilla was last seen at 8am yesterday morning when she left her home address to go to school.

She is described as South East Asian with long black hair.

Anyone who knows where Princess is, is asked to call police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:03 pm  

The fixtures for next year's County Championship cricket season have been released

The Championship season gets underway on April the 5th with newly-promoted Kent travelling to face Somerset.

Nottinghamshire host Yorkshire and Essex face Hampshire.

Champions Surrey begin their title defence at home to 2017 winners Essex on April the 11th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Jailed academic touches down at Heathrow and asks for "space"

The wife of a British academic, who's been released from prison in Abu Dhabi, says they've been through hell and back.

Matthew Hedges and Daniela Tejada have asked for "space" from the public, after he arrived back in the UK this morning.

He spent seven months in solitary confinement in the UAE for spying, which he strongly denies.

Andreas Krieg, who's worked with him, says it's a turning point.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:02 pm  

Two prisoners have been cleared of murdering a fellow inmate at Wormwood Scrubs jail

The Old Bailey heard how 25 year old Khader Saleh was stabbed to death in his cell in January.

20 year old Enton Marku and 21 year old Kalifa Dibbassey had denied murder and were found not guilty by a jury.

Jurors heard Mr Dibbassey had admitted the killing but had said he acted in self-defence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Gwen Dickey to take a star turn for charity in Putney this Christmas

She’s best known for her role in 70s group Rose Royce.

But Gwen Dickey is going to try her hand at carol singing for charity.

She’ll be headlining at the Royal Hospital for Neuro Disability’s Christmas concert in Putney on December the 6th.

All money raised will go to the RHN’s music therapy service.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:07 pm  

The MP for Carshalton and Wallington is encouraging people to back a People’s Vote on the final deal

Tom Brake says people should lobby their MP in their constituency office, or make a surgery appointment with them.

The Lib Dem says we need to escape what he’s calling this “Brexit Shambles”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Police in Runnymede are reminding people not to leave valuables in their cars

It’s after a woman’s bag was stolen from her car on Green Road in Thorpe on Friday afternoon.

Inside were her phone, passport, and purse.

Officers believe the cream leather handbag may have been dumped nearby.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

A woman has been charged with manslaughter and fraud after a pensioner was found dead at her home in Ealing

The 89 year old was discovered at a property in Ealing 10 days ago.

Further tests are being carried out to find out how she died.

A 37 year old, who knew the victim, is due at the Old Bailey next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:41 pm  

Over the last 10 years 1 in 3 new jobs created in the country has been in the capital

New analysis has revealed that the strongest growth of employment from 2007 to last year has been in London.

The South East of England was not far behind with over 10% of people getting new jobs over the last decade.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Croydon is now home to more young people than anywhere else in London

To celebrate this, young people in the borough stepped into decision-makers’ shoes on Friday.

150 young adults took up some of the town’s jobs in private sector organisations and policing roles for one day.

This ‘Takeover Challenge’ gave them a unique opportunity to voice their concerns on key issues like crime, transport and housing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

A man who robbed a shop in Parsons Green at knifepoint has been jailed for five and a half years.



A man who robbed a shop in Parsons Green at knifepoint has been jailed for five and a half years.

On Wednesday, the 17th of October, 52 year old Wayne Frost held a cashier at knife-point for two bottles of vodka.

He then wielded his weapon on the tube and went to Victoria where he was arrested by the British Transport Police.

He was sentenced at Isleworth Crown court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Sir David Attenborough is spearheading a nationwide search to locate 31 missing episodes of the Christmas Lectures.

This was the first science show ever to be broadcast on UK national television.

The naturalist who lives in Richmond is urging people across the country to check their attics or store cupboards for the tapes.

He’s describing them as ‘national treasures from a golden age of broadcasting’.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:04 am  

South Western Rail has warned that fog is due to cause disruption this morning.

Services will be running at a reduced speed for safety reasons.

People are being urged to check before you travel as services from and to Waterloo may be delayed or revised.

The delays are expected to last until midday.

Both Heathrow and Gatwick are also affected.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:08 am  

Surrey’s libraries aren’t dead.

Surrey’s libraries aren’t dead.

That’s the message from the County Council.

Smaller “link” libraries are helping to keep them alive in some of the more rural areas.

Cabinet Member for All-Age Learning, Mary Lewis explains how they work.



A consultation is running until the 4th of January asking for people’s views on how libraries should be modernised.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:13 am  

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home is calling for a review of pet policies across London’s social housing sector.

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home is calling for a review of pet policies across London’s social housing sector.

It says it’s to change the current, unfair and inconsistent system.

1 in 5 households in London now rent from social housing providers, yet many animal lovers in these properties are still being deprived from owning a dog.

New research shows that 21% of Councils and 64% of the largest Housing Associations in London have a blanket ban in flats.

Battersea says these restrictions fail to consider the significant social and health benefits owners get from sharing their home with a pet.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:35 am  

Former Chelsea striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink says now's not the time for fans of his old club to panic

Saturday's 3-1 Premier League defeat to rivals Tottenham caused some to question the approach of their new boss Maurizio Sarri.

But Hasselbaink says the result needs to be taken in perspective.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:06 am  

A block of flats in Walton was evacuated because of a ‘suspicious smell’

Police were called to Nelson Close just after 6 o’clock yesterday evening, after a resident reported the smell was making him feel unwell.

The block was then evacuated by officers and fire crews in order to determine its cause.

After no harmful substances were found the residents were allowed to go back to their flats.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Monday, 26 November 2018

Driverless cars are coming to the streets of Hounslow

The government is aiming to roll out an autonomous fleet by Christmas.

The cars will have cameras, radars, and software developed in conjunction with Oxford University.

At least 250,000 miles of testing has to be done so the Artificial Intelligence on board can learn enough to drive safely.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Police chief ordered officers not to save drowning man in Shepperton

An inquest has heard how a police chief ordered his officers to refrain from rescuing a man drowning in the Thames at Shepperton.

Surrey Police Inspector Gary Cross today admitted instructing officers not to save John Byrne despite his cries for help.

His body was later pulled from the car which had sunk 12ft following the incident in December 2016.

Inspector Cross told Woking Coroners’ Court “officers would have been ill-equipped to go into a fast-flowing river with undercurrents.”

The inquest continues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:18 pm  

Police are hunting a man with links to North Surrey



23 year old William Smethurst is originally from Liverpool.

He’s wanted for questioning in relation an on-going investigation.

He is described as white, of athletic build, around 5ft 9 inches tall, has short light brown hair and is clean shaven.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Stolen bikes recovered at West Molesey property



Police are trying to locate the owners of stolen bikes found in West Molesey.

The four bikes were located earlier today; it’s believed two of them are of high value.

Officers also recovered a number of other bicycle parts.

Following the discovery, a 37-year-old man is currently in custody on suspicion of handling stolen goods.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Merton's Small Business Saturday is back

The people of Merton are being encouraged to “shop local” this weekend.

Leader of the Council, Stephen Alambritis, will be spending the day visiting traders across the borough.

He’s actively encouraging residents shopping ahead of Christmas to try the high streets in their borough before using chains or online.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 pm  

The man who cracked the Enigma code is one of 174,000 people nominated to appear on the back of the new £50 note

It’s as part of a celebration of British achievement in science.

Alan Turing, who lived in Hampton and worked at the National Physical Laboratory in Teddington, is up for public consideration.

Professor Stephen Hawking and Marie Stopes are also on the list as well as Margaret Thatcher who worked as a chemist.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Hounslow gets into festive spirit

This Christmas is your chance to give presents to children who may not have received one last year.

Hounslow Council is supporting the Met police’s appeal to encourage people to donate presents to those less fortunate.

Over 19,000 gifts were donated through the scheme last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Striker Luke Freeman has signed a new contract for QPR, which will keep him at the club until 2021

He’s put in 10 goals in 83 appearances.

Manager Steve McClaren praised his “goals, his assists, his infectious enthusiasm and his willingness to work”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:28 pm  

Former Chelsea manager Gianluca Vialli has revealed he was treated for cancer for almost a year but is now "very well"

The 54-year-old has written about his illness in a new book, and told an Italian Newspaper that he hid the illness because of "a sense of shame".

Vialli won the FA Cup as a player and manager with Chelsea and now works in Italy as a pundit.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:44 pm  

Labour MP for Feltham and Heston, Seema Malhotra, is calling a people's vote "increasingly important"



She says it's one of three options, including the extending of Article 50, or a different agreement with Brussels.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:36 pm  

More trees are to be planted in Richmond as part of the Council’s plans to double last year’s figures


From now until March, 500 trees are due to be planted on Richmond’s roads.

It’s hoped they’ll help combat pollution and make the borough greener.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

An antique sword is among the items stolen during a burglary in Fetcham



Pieces of jewellery and a decorative clock were also stolen during the raid on October the 12th.

The suspect entered the property in Monks Green, stealing the items and making off in a car.

The vehicle was later found in Hampton.

If you’ve seen any of these items, or have information about this incident, call 101, quoting PR/45180110754 or you can use the online reporting system found at report.police.uk and enter the reference number in the ‘Additional information' section.

Alternatively, if you do not wish to leave your name, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:16 pm  

A school in Croydon is in the running to be named one of the best private schools in the country

Trinity School on Shirley Park was nominated in the Times Educational Supplement Independent Schools Awards 2019.

The boy’s school has been shortlisted for Senior School of the Year.

The awards recognise ‘world class’ schools across the country, and celebrates excellence and innovation in the sector.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Investigations are continuing after a fire in Chessington

It broke out last night just after 7 o’clock.

One caravan was destroyed in Green Lane, while two bungalows also sustained minor damage.

The fire is not being treated as suspicious.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:45 pm  

A school in Chiswick has been forced to cancel playtime during rush hour

St Mary’s lies beside the six lane A4, and teachers feel the pollution levels are too dangerous for youngsters to play outside.

At the moment, they are only allowed outside for ten minutes at morning break and half an hour at lunchtime.

The route sees almost 100,000 cars every day.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:15 pm  

The Conservatives are being urged to hand back around £300,000 received in donations

It’s after it emerged the property tycoon who donated the money is allegedly profiting from an apartment block “rife” with prostitution.

More than 100 prostitutes are reportedly working from the Chelsea Cloisters block.

It’s owned by multi-millionaire Christopher Moran, who has an office there and earns money through rent.

Undercover reporters from The Sunday Times claim they were able to make 40 bookings with prostitutes using 23 apartments in the building.

There is no suggestion Mr Moran has any involvement with prostitution.

In a statement through lawyers, he said he takes a “zero tolerance approach to it.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

David Miliband has paid Hammersmith and Fulham a visit

He’s been there to see how the authority tackles child welfare issues.

It has one of the most successful children’s social services departments in the country.

Mr Miliband is President of the International Rescue Committee.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:15 pm  

It’s emerged the driver caught up in Saturday’s accident on the M25 was punched after others thought he was drunk

It’s emerged a driver who crashed his car on the M25 on Saturday was punched by a passing biker who thought he was drunk.

It’s after the man had started driving erratically near the Heathrow turnoff and hit several cars as he careered towards the hard shoulder.

Surrey Police has confirmed officers were told the man was "drunk and hitting other vehicles" by witnesses.

It’s thought he’s in fact had a stroke.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:35 pm  

The Prime Minister still needs to push her Brexit deal past parliament but has been given the go ahead from the EU countries.

EU citizens in Richmond will be able to attend a consultation on the latest developments and how they can "protect their future" here.

This is the third evening delivered by Citizens Advice Richmond, offering people expert advice on the impact of the proposals so far.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:37 am  

Surrey County Council has been forced to make a number of cuts, including to Children’s Centre services.

The services are a vital hub for families across Dorking and Surrey.

People are being encouraged to share their views on the changes which will “drastically” change what’s on offer to families in the area.

Earlier, we spoke to the head teacher of Dorking and Chertsey Nurseries Donna Harwood-Duffy about the issue.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:47 am  

London City Airport has been funding MPs to go and watch football games.

According to HACAN East, the Airport has funded three MPs including the Housing Minister James Brokenshire to go to matches for free.

The game against West Ham and Spurs on the 20th of October last year is one example where £354 was splashed out on Mr Brokenshire’s jolly.

The Chair of HACAN East, John Stewart says “You’ve got to ask the question what favours the airport might be looking for in exchange for free football tickets”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:04 am  

Surrey County Council is making a number of cuts to children services across Dorking, Mole Valley and Leatherhead.

Surrey County Council is making a number of cuts to children services across Dorking, Mole Valley and Leatherhead.

Earlier we spoke to the head teacher of Dorking and Chertsey Nursery Schools Donna Harwood-Duffy about what kind of services the centres currently provide people with.



The proposals include closing the Leatherhead site and Donna Harwood-Duffy explains what else this will mean for people



For more information on how to have your say please click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 am  

A West London exclusive club is in a dispute over a betting evening.

The Hurlingham club in Fulham has faced criticism after arranging an event night next month transforming the club into a Las Vegas style casino.

The night, aimed at teenagers, has been criticised by Lord Chadlington the leading Tory peer campaigning for better protection for children from gambling, who’s accused the club of "normalising” it.

It comes after it was revealed by the gambling commission that children with an addiction has more than quadrupled to 50,000 in merely two years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 am  

Croydon among most unhygienic areas to eat out

The most unhygienic areas to eat out in London have been revealed.

Tower Hamlets topped the list with the highest number of filthy restaurants and takeaways.

The Food Standards Agency found a total of 294, more than 10%, in the east London borough had low hygiene ratings.

Croydon was second on the list with 269 while Lambeth and Hounslow were 9th and 10th respectively.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:39 am  

Surrey Cricket League honour long serving umpire

Long serving umpire David Jackman has been recognised for services to the Surrey Cricket League.

He won the Derek Guppy Award at the league’s annual awards dinner in New Malden on Saturday.

Sutton Challengers batsman Deepak Rajurkar and Ewell bowler Paul Goodall took the Radio Jackie Awards for best batting and bowling performances of the year.

Surrey Seamers won the Premier Division title and their captain Jay Rajendra says it was a fitting end to a challenging season.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:13 am  

Sunday, 25 November 2018

Man arrested after being seen with gun in Wallington

A man has been arrested after he was seen with a gun in Wallington.

The man was spotted with the firearm along Olley Close yesterday morning.

Police and armed officers tracked the man before he was stopped in a car in Elgin Road.

He was arrested on suspicion of firearms offences and taken into custody.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Three women arrested after assault in Croydon town centre

Three women have been arrested in connection with an assault in Croydon.

It happened outside the Primark store on North End at around 2 o’clock on Friday afternoon.

After a dispute a 64 year old woman was attacked, and was reportedly punched and kicked by younger women.

It’s believed the incident occurred whilst her three year old grandson was with her in a pram.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:04 pm  

Elderly man in critical condition after being hit by car in Colliers Wood

An elderly man is in a critical condition after he was hit by a car in Colliers Wood.

Police were called to the High Street at 5:40 yesterday afternoon to reports a collision.

A 76 year old man was rushed to hospital in an ambulance where he remains.

The driver stopped at the scene but was not arrested.

Anyone with information is asked to call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:16 pm  

An elderly disabled woman has had her wheelchair stolen from her home in Croydon

The 84-year-old’s daughter Sarah Martin noticed that the wheelchair had disappeared from the front porch on Tuesday morning.

She said her mother, who has cancer, relies on her wheelchair to get around and go for regular check-ups at the hospital.

A spokesman for the police said the incident is being treated as burglary but no arrests have been made so far.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:18 pm  

Funding has been granted for a number of services in Wandsworth

Projects aimed at helping refugees, celebrating black culture and supporting the elderly are some areas which will receive the cash.

Over £300,000 is expected to be awarded over the next year.

Wandsworth Arts Fringe will also receive £20,000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:10 pm  

Former Swansea City defender Kevin Austin has died at the age of 45

His career spanned nearly 20 years, which included stints at Leyton Orient, Lincoln United, and a brief tenure at Brentford.

He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer last year.

The Bees tweeted to say their thoughts were with his friends and family.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:07 pm  

Police in Sutton have seized a cache of weapons that includes nine guns

Officers located a man threatening suicide, and found the items when they searched his house.

They’ve been seized and the man has been arrested.

The collection includes what looks like three katanas, a double ended ridged knife, darts, spiked knuckledusters and more.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:26 pm  

People in Croydon will soon see their taxes collected in a “fairer” way

The authority has become one of the first in the country to sign up to the newly developed Council Tax Protocol.

The move comes after council bosses promised to proactively help people struggling with bill payments and debt.

The protocol has been developed by Citizens Advice and the Local Government Association.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:09 am  

Delight for England Rugby fans at Twickenham

England ended their autumn rugby union internationals in style with a dominant 37-18 win over Australia.

The two sides were level at half-time at Twickenham, but the hosts upped their level in the second period, running in three tries.

England's only defeat in the series was a narrow 16-15 loss to world champions New Zealand.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:51 am  

Children in Wandsworth get a tour of different faiths

Children from secondary schools in Wandsworth have been on a whistle-stop tour of the borough’s different faiths.

The Year 7 students have attended this year’s Faith Direct Event.

It brought together speakers from Christian, Muslim, Sikh, Jewish, Baha’i, Humanist and Buddhist communities.

The aim of the event was to increase young people’s knowledge of different faiths, promote understanding, tolerance and respect.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:32 am  

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