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Saturday, 19 January 2019

Crystal Palace found themselves on the losing side today despite scoring three times, as they went down 4-3 at Premiership leaders Liverpool.


Chelsea visit Arsenal in today’s late kick-off looking to cement their place in the top four, and Fulham host Spurs tomorrow hoping for a change of fortunes in their relegation struggles.

In the Championship, QPR went down 4-1 to Preston North End at home, while Brentford won 4-2 at Rotherham.

In League One, Wimbledon were beaten 4-1 at home by Barnsley and remain rooted firmly to the bottom of the table.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:51 pm  

Croydon Council’s cabinet is seeking approval for a community-led house-building scheme.

The incentive is affordable housing built by local people for local people.

Once built, the properties would be owned and managed by the community groups that developed them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:51 pm  

A charity in Chertsey is donating 'snack packs' to families who have to travel by ambulance with their premature babies.

The Little Roo Neonatal Fund at Ashford and St Peter’s is donating food and drink to parents accompanying their newborns on transfer.

Some premature babies are so unwell they need to be moved from hospitals to specialist units.

The Trust says it carries out around 30 such transfers a month, often over very long distances.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:49 pm  

A car mounted the pavement in Walton-on-Thames this afternoon after a police chase.

The blue Ford Fiesta drove onto the pavement in Cottimore Lane at around 2pm, crashed and then drove away.

Earlier the driver had failed to stop for police who then set off in pursuit.

No injuries to pedestrians have been reported, but the vehicle may have been in collision with others during the incident.

Surrey Police have arrested a man on suspicion of dangerous driving, attempted grievous bodily harm with intent and failing to stop.

Anyone with information should call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:57 pm  

New EU legislation affecting the grey squirrel is set to come into effect just days before the UK is due to exit the union in March.

Urban Squirrels, a charity based in Roehampton, has been informed licences for grey squirrels will not be renewed under the Invasive Alien Species Order.

Other foreign species of wildlife such as Muntjac deer and Egyptian geese will also be affected.

The charity says the order will require centres to kill wildlife 'for no reason, other than that someone has decided they don’t belong here.'

The petition has been signed by several of the UK’s biggest wildlife centres, but needs 100,000 signatures before it can be considered for debate in parliament.

You can find the petition at urban squirrels dot co dot UK
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:56 pm  

If you want to keep fit and take action on climate change, start plogging, a combination of jogging and picking up litter.

A plog from Putney to Hammersmith and back saw 20 bags of rubbish picked up by volunteers, most of which was recycled.

The Plogolution team will be out in force again in Ealing tomorrow.

For details of how to register and take part, go to the Plogolution website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:50 pm  

Pupils in Twickenham have made the largest profit in a national programme for student entrepreneurs.

Children at Newland House School made over £220 through a business venture selling felt penguins and slushies.

They made £700 in total from various small businesses started with a loan of just £40.

The school was taking part in a national scheme from Stride Ventures that aims to teach children about business and enterprise.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:58 pm  

Wandsworth Council has welcomed the news that Lavender Hill Police station is to remain open.

The Lavender Hill station is the only 24-hour station in the borough.

It had been due to shut down as part of proposals by London Mayor Sadiq Khan, following a public consultation exercise.

The Council opposed the plans and campaigned to keep it open.

Wandsworth’s 320,000 residents will still be able to go there any time of day or night that they need help.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:56 pm  

A pub in Wimbledon has scooped the Parliamentary Pub of the Year award for London.

The Alex in Wimbledon Hill Road won the prize for its clear commitment to customer service and a pioneering approach to tackling loneliness.

The pub offers lunchtime bingo, free sandwiches, tea and coffee in its weekly ‘meet up Mondays’ event.

Toby Perkins MP, who chairs the All Party Parliamentary Pub Group, says the Alex was a 'very worthy' winner.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:51 pm  

Holocaust Memorial Day is approaching; this year’s theme is ‘Torn From Home.’

Special workshops will be held all next week at Kingston and Surbiton Orthodox and Liberal Synagogues.

The aim is to remind people of the murders of 6 million Jews as well as the later genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.

91 year old Bronia Snow will be speaking at the workshops; she came to London as an 11 year old on Kindertransport.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:07 am  

Five people have been jailed, after two men were kidnapped in Leeds and held hostage in London for several days

The four men and a woman, from Lambeth, Streatham, and Leeds, took the victims at gunpoint in January last year.

One of the victims spent around a week held in a room before escaping onto St Gothard Road in West Norwood.

It took three months to arrest all the perpetrators.

They’ve been sentenced to a total of over 33 years in prison.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:04 am  

A building fire in Addlestone closed Station Road all night

The Chick-N-Falafel caught fire yesterday evening.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 am  

South West London gets new mental health teams for children.

New mental health support teams for children and young people in South West London are to be set up with new funding of £1.85 million.

This will provide extra support for up to 25,000 individuals. The teams will work with schools, children and their parents to provide one to one support and group treatment sessions.

Initially, there will be three teams as a pilot across Merton, Sutton and Wandsworth. The South West London Health and Care Partnership is also hoping to roll out further teams in the future across Croydon, Richmond and Kingston.

New schemes are also being introduced including online peer support, mental health first aid training for teachers, courses to help parents talk to their children about emotional wellbeing and better access to children and adolescent mental health services.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:44 am  

Fraudsters target Wandsworth motorists.

Wandsworth Council is warning motorists to be on the look out for fraudsters posing as council parking enforcement officers.

They’ve had several reports of people having their cards and PINs stolen. One victim had £3,000 taken out of her account.

In some cases blue badge holders are told there’s a new policy that they must register their vehicle at a parking machine, but this is not true.

Some thieves are dressing like real parking attendants. They tell the drivers to put their card into the machine and enter their PIN before saying that the card had been swallowed. They then use the card to take money from the victim’s bank account.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:40 am  

Chelsea fans unite against racism.

A new Chelsea fan group has been set up in a bid to "oppose all forms of discrimination in and around the club".

Ten groups and fan-led media outlets have united to start 'Chelsea Together' after recent incidences of alleged racist abuse and chanting at games.

Chelsea Together said it has formed without involvement from the club.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:13 am  

Friday, 18 January 2019

A man has been jailed for 15 years after being found with a firearm in Croydon



Police received information last August that Aldean Dehaney was in possession of a gun.

As they entered his property to carry out a search, the 32-year-old fled and attempted to drive away in his car.

However officers managed to stop him and following a search of his vehicle they found a loaded handgun.

Dehaney was also found guilty of possession of a Class A and Class B drug with intent to supply.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:32 pm  

It's emerged that a drone came within 20 metres of colliding with a jumbo jet as it flew into Heathrow Airport

It happened in July according to the UK Airprox Board, which has given the details of 18 near misses.

Last month, Gatwick airport had to close because of drone sightings near the runway which led to hundreds of thousands of people's journeys being affected.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:14 pm  

Police have just released details of an attempted robbery in Banstead which left a cashier with minor injuries

They are investigating the attack on a petrol station in Nork Way and are appealing for witnesses.

A man jumped onto the shop counter before trying to take cash out of the till on a Saturday evening in mid-November.

Witnesses are asked to call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:34 pm  

Police are hunting a gang of burglars after a raid in Staines

A woman in her 60’s was assaulted after four men broke into her home last night and threatened her with a knife in Chertsey Lane.

The victim attracted the attention of neighbours causing the intruders to flee in a car. It’s believed they didn’t take anything.

The car left at speed in the direction of Thorpe Park.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:15 pm  

Ant McPartlin has been reunited with Declan Donnelly on his first day back at work

The pair posted a smiling selfie on their way to the auditions for "Britain's Got Talent", with the caption "The boys are back in town!"

Ant's return to TV follows a turbulent 2018.

He received treatment for prescription drug and alcohol problems following a crash in Mortlake and divorced his wife.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:20 pm  

Claudio Ranieri has indicated he may make a move to sign Chelsea defender Gary Cahill

The Fulham boss says it would be ‘fantastic’ to bring him in.

Cahill has played 190 games for Chelsea and won 61 England caps.

The transfer window closes at the end of the month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Harlequins make five changes for their visit to French side Agen tonight.

Nathan Earle and Joe Marler are set to start.

George Merrick, Jack Clifford and Luke Wallace also play up front, with Mike Brown, Marcus Smith and captain Danny Care all keeping their places.

Quins who are top of their pool need to better second-placed Benetton's result to ensure their automatic qualification for the quarter-finals.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Streatham’s MP has accused Boris Johnson of lying in his speech today

Chuka Umunna says his claims that he never spoke about Turkey during the 2016 referendum campaign were untrue.

A letter by the former Foreign Secretary written days before the referendum quickly came to light on social media.

In it, the Tory backbencher said the only way of avoiding a common border with Turkey was to vote leave.

His speech today is considered by many to be a potential Conservative party leadership bid.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:07 pm  

Alvaro Morata is available for Chelsea but is unlikely to start against Arsenal tomorrow as he continues to be linked with a move away from the club.

Fellow striker Olivier Giroud is nursing a swollen ankle but says he’s fit to play, while Ruben Loftus-Cheek is out with a back problem.

Crystal Palace goalkeeper Julian Speroni is expected to make his first appearance since December 2017 against Liverpool.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

A Weybridge based developer has been prosecuted for uprooting and destroying trees in a conservation area in Dorking.

A District Judge sentenced Runneymede Homes to a £15,000 fine and ordered them to pay costs.

The trees to the rear of the White Horse Hotel were removed in preparation for nine new homes being built on the site.

The developer has since planted new, smaller trees although the Council hasn’t yet agreed the details of the replanting.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:45 pm  

Carshalton and Wallington’s MP has been dubbed the “stop-Brexit overlord”.

Tom Brake appeared to loom over Rupa Huq and Sky News anchor Adam Boulton as he appeared on the channel by video-link earlier today.

An unusual camera angle led the Liberal Democrats’ press office to give the MP the moniker.

Other twitter commenters likened his ominous appearance to Bond-villain Ernst Blofeld from the films ‘Thunderball’, ‘Spectre’ and ‘You Only Live Twice’.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:42 pm  

A man arrested in connection with a stabbing in Wallington has been released under investigation

But the 53-year-old has been charged with a separate serious offence in another part of the country and has been recalled to prison.

A woman in her 50s was taken to hospital after she suffered injuries last week on the Roundshaw estate, but has since been discharged.

Police say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with their investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

A family funeral has been held for Dame June Whitfield in Sussex

The 93 year old, who had been living in a care home in Kingston, passed away over Christmas.

Her good friend actor Roy Hudd read the eulogy.

A veteran actress of stage and screen, she always had a soft spot for radio.

She once told us her break on “Take it from Here” came via a phone call she wasn’t sure was actually real.



Donations were collected on behalf of Age UK.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:21 pm  

Campaigners pushing for the first safe cycling route in west London have been given a boost

Two routes are now proposed to ensure the safety of cyclists and pedestrians who are going from A to B.

One cycle path will be built from Chiswick down King Street and Hammersmith Road to Kensington.

Also the cycle highway along the A4 will also see improvements made to it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:19 pm  

A man from Walton charged with burglary has been remanded in custody

43 year old Warwick Mitchell is also accused of theft and breaching bail.

He will re-appear in court next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:18 pm  

Crystal Palace goalkeeper Julian Speroni is expected to make his first appearance since December 2017 against Liverpool tomorrow.

Striker Christian Benteke made his first appearance since September last weekend and is likely to be among the substitutes again.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:16 pm  

Macclesfield Town have signed midfielder Reece Cole on loan from Championship side Brentford until the end of the season.

He could make his debut in tomorrow’s League Two game with Oldham.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:13 pm  

Murray further doubt for Wimbledon

Andy Murray has withdrawn from next month's Marseille Open tennis, saying he had no choice

The former world number one is weighing up whether to have another hip operation or to take some time out before making a farewell appearance at Wimbledon in July.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:11 pm  

Two men from Lambeth have been given 9-month suspended sentences for breaching an injunction by playing drill music

Terrell Doyley and Joshua Malinga were convicted for performing music that encouraged violence against rival gang members and posting it to social media.

The two men were members of a gang and were associated with escalating violence in the area when the injunction was placed last August.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Police negotiators are talking to man inside a property in Balham

The area in Hearnville Road is sealed off and the man is believed to be in possession of a knife.

No other details are being released at the moment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:32 pm  

Rough sleepers in Croydon can now get emergency shelter at a Premier League football stadium in extreme weather conditions

Crystal Palace and Croydon Council have entered into an agreement where a lounge at Selhurst Park is turned into a temporary overnight shelter for up 10 rough sleepers.

Under the deal, people formally identified as rough sleeping are referred by outreach staff to the lounge.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:01 pm  

It seems Hammersmith and Morden stations are hotspots for crime on the underground.

Figures from British Transport Police show violent crime across the entire tube network has risen by 43% over the past three years.

And there’s been a 25% increase in all offences recorded on the underground.

British Transport Police says the chance of being a victim of crime on Tube is still "relatively low".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:12 pm  

Historic England has confirmed it is looking into an application to list a much loved parish hall in New Malden

The Diocese of Southwark announced last year its intention to sell off the building in Cambridge Avenue.

The decision was met with disappointment from campaigners fighting against over development in the town who then launched a petition.

The Diocese says selling the land is vital in order to pay for the community hall and housing that now sits beside Christ Church.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:16 pm  

A wanted man has now been found by police and arrested.

A wanted man has now been found by police and arrested.

43 year old Warwick Mitchell was found yesterday in Bognor Regis and is being held in custody.

He was bailed by Staines Magistrates’ Court last year having been charged with a residential burglary in Walton in December.

He was arrested after breaching the electronic tagging curfew

He is due to return to court for the burglary charge in March.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:20 am  

Richmond Council is urging TFL to not make certain amendments to bus routes in the borough.

Richmond Council is urging TFL to not make certain amendments to bus routes in the borough.

It comes after a consultation which proposed changing 4 local routes- the 110, 419, H37, 493 and the H22.

The number of people using busses has risen in the borough so the council is calling for no changes to be made to the services.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:19 am  

East Sheen based charity Missing People is continuing to campaign for a system of guardianship

Families of people who have gone missing are continuing to call on the Government for a change in the law.

They want the legal authority to be able to act as a guardian for their missing relative to ensure their affairs are kept in order.

This system would only be applied where there is a presumption the missing person will be found.

Talking to Jackie's Lucy Mayer, Josie Allen with the East Sheen based charity Missing People says at the moment, many relatives are “living in limbo.”



To find out more about the charity's campaign, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 am  

Wanted man warwick Mitchell has been found by police after he breached his bail terms.

Wanted man warwick Mitchell has been found by police after he breached his bail terms.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:24 am  

London has seen a 72% increase in reported missing persons cases over the last decade.

That’s about 55,000 investigations each year at a cost of between £70 and £130 million to the Met Police.

Officers hand some cases over to East Sheen based charity Missing People.

Its Policy and Campaigns manager Josie Allan says the team is trying to help take the pressure off the force.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:20 am  

The trial is continuing at the Old Bailey this morning after a man allegedly suffocated a child in the back footwell of a car.

3 year old Alfie Lamb was allegedly “slapped” by his mother’s boyfriend and squashed.

25 year old Stephen Waterson is on trial for Alfie's manslaughter alongside the boy’s Mother, who allegedly did nothing to stop it.

There were four adults and two young children present on the journey back to Croydon from Sutton on February the 1st last year.

Waterson has pleaded not guilty.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:07 am  

People in Wandsworth are being reminded they have until the first week of February to have their say on the future of their borough.

Planning proposals such as new homes, supporting the economy and how to minimise air pollution will be some topics up for discussion.

The council is also urging any agent, individual, landowner or developer to submit requests for redevelopments in the borough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:04 am  

Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS trust has been given the top taring for its work.

The Chief inspector for Hospitals has rated it as outstanding overall; it is one of nine in England with this rating.

Staff were praised for being responsive, caring, safe and effective.

SaSH provides emergency and non-emergency services to the residents of east Surrey, north-east West Sussex, and South Croydon.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:09 am  

Harlequins eye European Challenge Cup quarter finals

In rugby union, European Challenge Cup action this evening Pool 5 leaders Harlequins can ensure their automatic qualification for the quarter-finals with a win at French club Agen.

Northampton go into their final Pool 1 game knowing they can qualify with victory at home to Romanian champions Timisoara.

In the same group, Dragons host leaders Clermont Auvergne.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:39 am  

Three Harlequins players in England Six Nations squad

Harlequins forwards Jack Clifford and Kyle Sinckler and back Mike Brown have all been included in England’s 35-man rugby union squad for next month's Six Nations opener against Ireland.

Chris Robshaw misses out through injury but four uncapped players have also been called up.

Head coach Eddie Jones says competition for places is always a good thing.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:18 am  

Thursday, 17 January 2019

Ant McPartlin is now returning to work, 10 months after his arrest in Mortlake for drink-driving

The presenter will be co-hosting Britain's Got Talent alongside his on-screen partner Declan Donnelly, who fronted the show alone last year.

His return to TV follows a turbulent 2018, during which he split from his wife, and got treatment for prescription drug and alcohol problems.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:23 pm  

A man was found with a knife following an incident outside Turnham Green station

A group of males were stopped by police on suspicion of causing anti-social behaviour earlier this evening.

When they were searched, one was found to have a knife and was arrested.

He’s since been released under investigation.

If you have any information, contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 pm  

Olympic skier Chemmy Alcott has welcomed her second son with her husband Dougie Crawford

Cooper, who weighed in at 7lbs 9 oz, was born yesterday.

The couple, who live in Hampton Court, already have a two year old son, Locki.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Streatham's MP calls for progress on Brexit negotiations

The Labour leader's written to all his MPs asking them not to, in his words, "engage" with the government until the threat of a no-deal Brexit has been removed.

Jeremy Corbyn's already said Theresa May needs to do that before he'll sit down with her for discussions.

Labour MP for Streatham Chuka Umunna, who wants a second referendum, thinks people just want progress.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:14 pm  

Gritting is to start on Surrey’s roads tonight

The Council says it will prioritise which routes of the 3,000 miles of road are treated first.

The authority says budget restrictions determine how the salt will be distributed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:11 pm  

A man who admitted raping and sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl he befriended online has been jailed



50 year old Simon Owoade has been sentenced to nine years and 10 months’ in jail after pleading guilty to:

- Rape of a child under 13 years, contrary to Sec 5(1) of the Sexual Offences Act 2003;
- Assault of a child under 13 years by penetration, contrary to Sec 6(1) of the Sexual Offences Act 2003;
- Sexual assault of a child under 13 years, contrary to Section 7(1) of the Sexual Offences Act 2003;
- Three counts of making indecent photographs of a child, contrary to section 1(1)(a) of the Protection of Children Act 1978.

Owoade has also been placed on the sexual offenders register for life.

Between June and late July 2017, Owoade made contact with the victim through a social media messaging site.

Following numerous messages, Owoade managed to persuade the victim to meet him in London and Potters Bar on a number of occasions.

He would take her to various places including car parks and hotels where he would sexually assault her.

Owoade shared pornographic material with the victim and the girl was encouraged to share naked photos of herself.

In July 2017, the victim stopped communicating with Owoade, but in April 2018 he texted her asking to meet up because he missed her.

They met up numerous times until May, when the matter was reported to police by the victim's parents.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:04 pm  

A carer from Chiswick who defrauded an 87 year old widow out of more than £13,000 has been handed a suspended prison sentence



28 year old Effat Chowdhury pleaded guilty to six counts of fraud by false representation.

She’d quickly gained her employer’s trust and was allowed access to her bank card and PIN so she could make cash withdrawals on her behalf.

Chowdhury was sentenced to 12 months’ suspended for 12 months, 200 hours of unpaid work and ordered to pay £1,200 in compensation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:01 pm  

Conclusion in Kingston baby death case is reached

An inquest has concluded there were "lamentable failures" by a team at Kingston Hospital during the delivery of a baby boy who later died.

Sebastian Clark lived for just four days after his birth in March 2017.

He suffered a “devastating” brain injury before being transferred to St George’s where his condition deteriorated and he died.

Having heard the evidence received from those involved in the events that led to the death of baby Sebastian Clark following his delivery, HM Coroner Dr Sean Cummings concluded that there were lamentable failures, inadequate and complacent management and a group and collective failure to appreciate the developing emergency until it was too late.

Parents Justin and Alison have implored the NHS to change, and improvements to be implemented to avoid the mistakes surrounding Sebastian’s birth being repeated, as well as providing greater support to grieving parents.

Speaking after the Inquest, Tim Deeming of family representatives Tees Law said the aim is to make sure this doesn’t happen again.



Ann Radmore, the Trust’s Chief Executive, wrote to the family on the 9th of January 2019 saying, “I would like to offer you my sincere apologies that the treatment and care provided by the Trust immediately prior to and during Sebastian’s delivery fell below a standard that you were entitled to expect. We recognise that this substandard care led to Sebastian’s poor condition at birth, and tragically, his death.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:49 pm  

Middlesex have extended the contracts of 4 players

Stephen Eskinazi, Nick Gubbins, Tom Helm and Max Holden have all agreed new deals.

This week nine players have now committed their long-term futures to the club.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Fulham have signed former Liverpool winger Ryan Babel from Turkish side Besiktas

The 32-year-old Dutch international has joined until the end of the season.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 pm  

Opposition parties have been meeting Theresa May to try to find a compromise on Brexit that the House of Commons will support

The PM's deal suffered the worst defeat in parliamentary history on Tuesday.

Liberal Democrat Brexit spokesman, and MP for Carshalton and Wallington Tom Brake, has been to see Mrs May's number two.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:39 pm  

People in Hounslow aren't so sure about ditching meat

An international team of experts is recommending a cut in the amount of meat people consume, to improve our health and help the planet.

Their study suggests reducing red meat consumption to just seven grams a day, the equivalent of a cocktail sausage.

They say chicken should be lowered to 29 grams, or about one and a half nuggets.

But these men in a cafe in Hounslow aren't so sure.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:53 pm  

Queens Park Rangers are throwing their first ever E-cup tonight.

Hoops’ fans will battle it out on the PlayStation as they look to prove they’re the best Fifa 19 player.

QPR co-owner Tony Fernandes has also signed up.

As have several of the Hoops real-life footballing stars, including Ebere Eze and Bright Osayi-Samuel.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:48 pm  

A Texan student who diverted a transatlantic jet after downing a litre of Bacardi and attacking BA staff and passengers has been jailed.

Jeffrey Libby had been dumped by text and started drinking when the flight hit turbulence shortly after leaving Heathrow in December.

The 21 year old spat at people, assaulted a hostess and bit the hand of a passenger who tried to restrain him on a packed flight to America.

The pilot was forced to turn back to Heathrow and dump 20 tonnes of fuel costing the airline hundreds of thousands of pounds.

He’s been jailed for 6 months.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:48 pm  

The inquest into the death of a baby after his delivery at Kingston Hospital is due to reach its verdict this afternoon

Sebastian Clark was born with a “devastating” brain injury on the 8th of March 2017 due to damage caused during labour.

He and his mother were transferred to St George’s Hospital the following day, where he died.

Kingston Hospital NHS Trust has apologised and admitted substandard care led to his poor condition at birth and death.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:59 pm  

Richmond's cabinet member for the environment tells Jackie's Lucy Mayer why the council is supporting moves to ban dangerous fuels and log burners

Did you know every borough in London is designated a “smoke control area?”

This means you can't emit smoke from a chimney unless you're burning an authorised fuel.

Earlier this week, Environment Secretary Michael Gove announced his intention to ban pollutants such as log burner and open fire fuels.

But authorities like Richmond are already cracking down on these kind of pollutants.

Cabinet Member for the Environment at Richmond Martin Elengorn has told Jackie's Lucy Mayer why wood burners are such a big problem.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:29 am  

Spelthorne and Runnymede Councils are on a quest to improve CCTV coverage in the area.

New cameras are being installed across Sunbury at Spelthorne Grove and the Sunbury Cross roundabout to put people’s safety first.

More wireless cameras are expect to be installed across the area over the next few months, to deter crime and help identify offenders.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:04 am  

Tottenham have reached agreement with Chinese Super League side Guangzhou R&F for the transfer of Mousa Dembele

Tottenham have reached agreement with Chinese Super League side Guangzhou R&F for the transfer of Mousa Dembele

The midfielder joined the north London club in 2012 from Fulham.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 am  

The new Heathrow South Railway line is apparently “urgently needed”

That’s according to the scheme’s chief executive.

It comes after the Clean Air Strategy proposed by the Government.

Graham Cross says the new line will reduce the “congested and polluting road system.

33,000 passengers a day are due to be able to travel on the new service.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:10 am  

A girl is missing who has links to Tooting, Cheam, Merton, Surrey and Kent.



A girl is missing who has links to Tooting, Cheam, Merton, Surrey and Kent.

Lesha Manuk-Welshtook is known to frequent those areas, she has brown hair, brown eyes and is of medium build.

A photo can be found on our website, if you have seen Lesha you must call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:45 am  

Richmond Council is backing the Environment Secretary’s latest announcement.

Richmond Council is backing the Environment Secretary’s latest announcement.

Michael Gove has made clear his intention to ban pollutants such as log burner and open fire fuels.

Cabinet Member for the Environment at Richmond Martin Elengorn explains why there is such a problem with wood burners in particular.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:08 am  

The owner of JD Wetherspoons, Tim Martin has told Radio Jackie's Iona Stewart-Richardson about some positives for when we leave the EU

The owner of JD Wetherspoons, Tim Martin told Radio Jackie's Iona Stewart-Richardson about some positives for when we leave the EU



He also told Iona how his business has been affected so far

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 am  

Surrey player Sam Curran picked up two wickets for England in a warm-up game in Barbados.

In preparation for their test series against the West Indies, England took on the Cricket West Indies President’s XI in a two-day game.

Ultimately they drew.

That was despite England taking 19 wickets in the day’s play, with the rules letting the hosts continue batting past the usual 10 wicket mark.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Queens Park Rangers are throwing their first ever E-cup tonight.

Hoops’ fans will battle it out on the PlayStation as they look to prove they’re the best Fifa 19 player.

QPR co-owner Tony Fernandes has also signed up.

As have several of the Hoops real-life footballing stars, including Ebere Eze and Bright Osayi-Samuel.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:04 am  

Harlequins' star Mike Brown says he faces a battle to get back into the England squad.

The 33 year old says he was massively disappointed not to play a single minute of the autumn internationals.

The full-back will find out later today if he’s made it into Eddie Jones’s squad for England’s first Six Nations game.

They take on Ireland in 16 days’ time.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:46 am  

A fly-tipper in Croydon has been ordered to pay thousands of pounds in costs and compensation.

Louis Robinson was caught dumping 10 tonnes of waste outside garages on Thorneloe Gardens in Waddon.

It cost the council more than £1,500 to clean up his waste, which included a carpet, sofas and bathroom furniture.

Now, the 29 year old must pay nearly £2,000 and must carry out 240 hours of unpaid work.

Police caught Mr Robinson after setting up CCTV cameras in the area.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 am  

A man in his thirties is in a critical condition in hospital after a collision in Croydon.

Police are at the scene in Whitehorse road following the incident involving a vehicle and a pedestrian.

The vehicle involved did not stop, and police are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.

Road closures are currently in place.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:59 am  

Four people from Kingston and New Malden arrested for GBH

Four people from Kingston and New Malden have been arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm with intent at a house party near Woking

Six people needed hospital treatment after the event in Sheerwater.

Police were called to Dartmouth Avenue after reports partygoers had spilled onto the street and the event had escalated into disorder.

Officers previously arrested six other people, who have since been released but remain under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Wednesday, 16 January 2019

Robbers steal safe from Walton home

Thieves have stolen a safe from a house in Walton.

They broke into the property in Rydens Road yesterday afternoon.

Police are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 pm  

Hayes police officer charged with assault

A police officer has been charged with assault by beating.

45 year old Biswanath Ghoorun was arrested at a residential address in Hayes while off-duty.

He’s been placed on restricted duties and been bailed to attend court next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A man’s been arrested in connection with a stabbing in Wallington

A woman in her 50s suffered injuries on Friday on the Roundshaw estate and a 53-year-old man was detained yesterday.

A woman arrested at the scene on suspicion of conspiracy to commit GBH has been released with no further action.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:28 pm  

Your morning coffee is at risk according to scientists at Kew Gardens

They say 60% of wild coffee species are under threat of extinction and the world’s most popular coffee strain, the arabica bean, is endangered.

Coffee is being threatened by deforestation, climate change and increasingly severe damage caused by fungi and pests.

According to Kew’s research, a bigger conservation effort is needed to protect wild coffee strains that the food and drinks industry relies on.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

A 14 year old from Kingston is in custody following a stabbing in Thames Ditton on Saturday

He will appear at Kingston Crown Court next month charged with robbery, GBH, and possession of a knife in a public place.

A 15 year old has been released under investigation.

The altercation took place between two groups on the railway bridge in Woodfield Road.

One boy was taken to hospital with suspected stab wounds and remains in a serious but stable condition.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:04 pm  

Vanessa Redgrave will make her directorial debut at Odeon Covent Garden tomorrow night

Sea Sorrow is a docu-film which has been partly produced at Twickenham Studios with her director / screen-writer son Carlo Nero.

Its aim is to raise awareness of the current global refugee crisis.

Speaking to Jackie's Lucy Mayer, Vanessa and Carlo explain why it's a film we all need to see.



The public screening is taking place at Odeon Covent Garden at 6.30pm with a Q&A with Miss Redgrave afterwards.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:54 pm  

House prices in London have fallen as uncertainty over Brexit continues.

Official figures show the average value of a property in London dropped by 1. 2% in the year to November, while house prices across the UK remained flat.

A typical London home will now set you back just over 470-thousand pounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:16 pm  

Middlesex have extended the contracts of 3 more players.

Ethan Bamber, Nathan Sowter and Robbie White have all put pen to paper.

MD Angus Fraser says the trio have bright futures.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:16 pm  

71 Labour MPs have signed a letter calling for a second EU referendum.

Ruth Cadbury, Rupa Huq, Seema Malhotra and Chuka Ummuna are among the list of signatories.

But the letter’s at odds with Labour’s leadership who are currently arguing for a general election, after the Prime Minister suffered a humiliating Commons defeat last night over her Brexit plans.

Later, MPs will decide whether they have confidence in Theresa May's government; she's expected to win that vote.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:34 pm  

A scrap metal dealer from Surrey who hid jewels in his office ceiling has been found guilty of handling stolen goods.

Charles Matthews of Virginia Water claimed the 50 diamonds and emeralds had been a gift from a friend, and he didn’t know they were stolen.

The jewels found at London City Metals in 2015 included uncut diamonds worth around 50-thousand pounds and emerald earrings worth over 30-thousand.

He’ll be sentenced later this month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

Police were called to a robbery in Brentford around 9 o’clock this morning.

A suspect wielding a knife entered Coral bookmaker’s in Ealing Road, and threatened a staff member into opening a safe, before taking an unknown amount of money.

The staff member’s been taken to hospital with minor injuries.

No arrests have been made.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

Preparations have started for this year's Holocaust Memorial Day

Holocaust Memorial Day, on Sunday the 27th of January, reminds people of the atrocities of the six million Jews murdered in the Holocaust, and the genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.

The theme this year is ‘Torn From Home’ which is an evocative description of what happened to so many at that time.

Bronia Snow, now aged 91, then aged 11, came over on Kindertransport from Prague and describes what it meant to her, and what her message is for future generations.

Workshops with schoolchildren relating to HMD will be held from the 21st to the 29th of January at both the Kingston and Surbiton Orthodox and Kingston Liberal Synagogues.

Here, Bronia relives her story to Jackie's Simone Halfin.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:27 pm  

Former DCI Colin Sutton has published his memoirs Manhunt about the investigation into serial killer Levi Bellfield

Bellfield was found guilty of abducting and murdering 13 year old Milly Dowler in Walton in 2002, 19 year old Marsha McDonnell outside her home in Hampton in 2003 and Amelie Delagrange on Twickenham Green in 2004.

He also tried to murder Kate Sheedy by running over her in his car in Isleworth.

At his trial, the judge recommended that he should never be released from prison.

Bellfield converted to Islam in prison.

Colin’s memoirs have already been turned into an ITV drama “Manhunt” starring Martin Clunes which aired earlier this month.

Jackie's Lucy Mayer, who followed the case for Radio Jackie at the time, has once again interviewed Colin 15 years after he began the investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:17 am  

An inquest into the death of a baby after his delivery at Kingston Hospital will open today.

An inquest into the death of a baby after his delivery at Kingston Hospital will open today.

Lucy Mayer has this report.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:41 am  

A 14 year old has been charged following an assault in Thames Ditton on Saturday night.

The teenager, who is not able to be named for legal reason,s has been charged with robbery, grievous bodily harm and possession of a knife.

He will appear at Staines Magistrates' Court today.

A 15-year-old, who was also arrested, has been released under investigation.

The assault took place following an altercation on a bridge over train tracks in Woodfield Road around 8.30pm on Saturday.

One boy was taken to hospital with suspected stab wounds where he remains in a serious but stable condition.

A second boy was also assaulted but has since been released.

Anyone who saw anything must call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:44 am  

Lib Dem Brexit spokesman and the MP for Carshalton and Wallington has spoken to Iona Stewart-Richardson at Jackie

Moments ago, we spoke to the Lib Dem Brexit spokesman about what he predicts following the vote tonight.



He went on to say how he plans to vote.



He also told me about the Prime Minister's negotiating track record

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:26 am  

An elderly man from Clapham is missing.



An elderly man from Clapham is missing.

83 year old Desmond Hall lives with dementia and is often seen in betting shops around Clapham or wandering around the area,

If you have seen him call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:38 am  

A poll taken by Sky News after last night's vote, shows 63% believe the UK's now in crisis.

That compares to 34% who think we're not.

Ahead of the no confidence vote in the Commons this evening, 53% reckon MPs should NOT bring down the government, while 38 percent think they should.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:22 am  

The Prime Minister's now facing a motion of No Confidence this evening, which is scheduled around 7pm.

The Prime Minister's now facing a motion of No Confidence this evening, which is scheduled around 7pm.

If the government wins the vote, it can continue in power.

But if it loses, the Government has 14 days to secure the support of a majority of MPs.

If they were to win the second vote, the Conservatives would stay in power. This could be a government led by Theresa May or a successor.

Labour would also have 14 days to prove, by a vote, that it could command a majority and form its own government. That would allow Labour to take control of the country without an election.

If neither of these things were to happen within the 14 days, a general election would be triggered.

Jim Callaghan’s Labour government were the last to lose a vote of no confidence in 1979, the Conservatives went on to win the General Election.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:40 am  

A man has been arrested after a police pursuit in Dorking.

A man has been arrested after a police pursuit in Dorking.

22 year old Jay Fenton from Hackney was arrested after his BMW crashed into a parked car after a high speed pursuit.

Police recovered heroin, cocaine and two lock knives from his car, and over £3,500 in cash which was hidden in his underwear.

Fenton has been jailed for 3 years and 8 months.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:14 am  

Teddington and Hampton among burglary hotspots

Teddington and Hampton are ranked in the top 20 of the country’s most burgled hotspots according to research.

Teddington or TW11, which is ranked 19th, fell from 8th in the previous year’s list.

Henley-in-Arden on the outskirts of Birmingham recorded the most burglary claims in the UK.

Wealthy areas such SW3 in Chelsea was among the five least-burgled postcodes in London.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:07 am  

Tuesday, 15 January 2019

A legal battle against a third Heathrow runway has been launched at the High Court

The first of many legal battles against a third Heathrow runway launched earlier.

Brentford and Isleworth MP Ruth Cadbury joined protestors outside the High Court, where the case is being heard.

Nic Ferriday from Friends of the Earth explains why the group is challenging expansion at Heathrow,

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 pm  

Dog stolen from home in Worcester Park



A dog has been stolen during a burglary in Worcester Park.

It happened sometime on Saturday at a property on Old Malden Lane when a female Caucasian Shepherd dog named ‘Narma’ was taken.

She’s grey and white in colour, and is twice the size of a German Shepherd, micro chipped and was wearing a red collar and tag.

Narma had been recently imported and her owner was keeping her in a barn at the stables before introducing her slowly to other animals.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:17 pm  

Croydon man tasered at Tulse Hill station detained under the Mental Health Act

A man who had a machete at a south London train station last night has been detained under the Mental Health Act.

Police were called to Tulse Hill where a 59 year old from Croydon was tasered and initially arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and possession of an offensive weapon.

No-one was hurt.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

The Duchess of Cambridge is to make history at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show

The Duchess of Cambridge is to help create a series of gardens at Royal Horticultural Society events this year.

The idea is to encourage the public to get back in touch with nature.

Kate is also co-designing a garden for the Chelsea Flower Show with two award winning landscape architects, and has described the project as "very exciting."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Brentford & Isleworth’s MP says the government needs to do more to reduce NHS waiting times

Ruth Cadbury says she’s received many emails from people concerned about waiting times, including mental health treatment.

Her comments follow the Public Accounts Committee’s announcement that England’s NHS is failing children and young people suffering from poor mental health.

It says only three in ten youngsters received treatment from the service last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Tributes are being paid to CAMRA’s Surrey and Sussex director who’s died

Chris Stringer volunteered for the real-ale campaign for over 30 years and passed away last week.

CAMRA’s national chairman Jackie Parker says he was a well-known and passionate campaigner who will be “sorely missed” by many.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:28 pm  

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has launched a trial of the world's largest air pollution monitoring network

It will include 100 monitors in schools, on streets lamp posts and at known hot spots.

Mr Khan is following through on promises he made during his Mayoral campaign in 2016.

Speaking to us at the time from his former constituency of Tooting, he explained why air quality is at the top of his agenda.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

The trial into the death of a three-year-old boy from Croydon has begun at the Old Bailey

Alfie Lamb died last February after his mother’s boyfriend allegedly pushed a car seat back on him because he was being noisy.

Prosecutors accuse Stephen Waterson and Alfie’s mother, Adrian Hoare of lying to paramedics about how he died.

The couple are being tried for manslaughter.

Mr Waterson is also accused of intimidating Alfie’s father, who had been driving the car at the time.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Arsenal keeper Petr Cech says he will retire at the end of the season.

The 36-year-old joined Arsenal in 2015 from London rivals Chelsea, where he spent 11 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:10 pm  

Ipswich have signed Brentford midfielder Alan Judge until the end of the season

The 30-year-old Republic of Ireland player has joined for an undisclosed fee.

He’s played 140 games for the Bees.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:10 pm  

Middlesex cricket club has announced James Harris as its 2018 player of the year

The 28 year old joined the club in 2014 and has since taken over 250 wickets in 100 appearances.

Harris has extended his contract for another three years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:09 pm  

The political map in Hounslow is set to change

Residents are being given the opportunity to have their say on where the ward boundaries should be.

In drawing up new areas, the boundary commission says it aims to deliver electoral equality for voters in council elections.

As a result of the proposed changes, each councillor would represent the same number of voters across Hounslow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:09 pm  

Parliament will hold its 'meaningful vote' on the Brexit deal negotiated between the PM and EU tonight

Voting begins at 7 o’clock, and could take a couple of hours.

Lib Dem Brexit Spokesperson and MP for Carshalton and Wallington Tom Brake, says Theresa May only has herself to blame for the situation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

A man has been charged over an attack on two police officers in #Carshalton on Sunday night

Lahiru Pathranage is charged with assault by beating of an emergency worker, criminal damage and assault by beating against his father.

The 22 year old has been remanded in custody.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:56 pm  

Theresa May says she will "respond quickly" after MPs vote on her Brexit withdrawal deal tonight

It's expected to be comfortably defeated.

It's not clear what will happen then, with most MPs opposed to leaving the EU without a new arrangement.

Former Brexit Secretary and Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab says we shouldn't fear World Trade Organisation rules.

He says that it's the default position the Government will take if Mrs May's agreement doesn't pass.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:40 pm  

Actress Vanessa Redgrave to make her directorial debut with Sea Sorrow at Odeon Covent Garden on Thursday night

81 year old actress Vanessa Redgrave will make her directorial debut later this week.

Sea Sorrow is a docu-film which has been partly produced at Twickenham Studios with Vanessa's director - screen-writer son Carlo Nero.

Its aim is to raise awareness of the current global refugee crisis.

The project is one Vanessa has had in mind for a long time.

Here, she tells us why she has such an affinity with those struggling to seek refuge in Britain.



The public screening is taking place at Odeon Covent Garden at 6.30 on Thursday night with a Q&A with Miss Redgrave afterwards.

To find out how you can attend, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:35 pm  

A much loved pub in New Malden will not be turned into flats . . . . for the time being

The Royal Oak in Coombe Road has been sold by owners Greene King to another brewery, although the name hasn’t been revealed.

The pub will now close for refurbishment.

Campaigners worried about the rate of development in New Malden say they are satisfied for the time being.

Other pubs up for demolition include The Fountain and the Prince of Wales, where Eric Clapton once played.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:56 pm  

Investigations are continuing after a fire at a garden centre in Cheam

A single-storey timber building in Sandpiper Road was destroyed and a small part of another single-storey timber building was damaged.

There were no reports of any injuries following the blaze in the early hours of Saturday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:09 pm  

People in Richmond asking for help to clear up the Ham towpath



Walkers who frequent the area between Ham and Richmond Bridge say the amount of rubbish accumulating along the pretty route is "getting progressively worse."

They're asking for the council's help to clear the area which runs alongside the historic Petersham Meadows.



They say they understand that rubbish is often dragged on-land by the Thames, but more needs to be done to clear it.

The route is popular with dog walkers, as well as joggers, cyclists and pedestrians.

We''re awaiting a reply from Richmond Council.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:19 pm  

One of the UK's leading businessmen and the owner and founder of JD Wetherspoons Tim Martin tells us what he'd do following tonight's Brexit vote.



He also told us how he think Parliament have dealt with the situation thus far.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Heathrow Pre-trial hearing, Friends of the Earth

The first of many legal battles against the third runway are taking place today.

Nick Ferriday from Friends of the Earth has spoken to us from outside the pre-trial hearing this morning.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

Tim Martin, the owner and founder of JD Wetherspoons, has shared his views on Brexit with our reporter Iona Stewart-Richardson

He's spoken to Jackie's Iona Stewart-Richardson.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 am  

British tennis number one Johanna Konta was made to fight hard for a place in the second round of the Australian Open.

British tennis number one Johanna Konta was made to fight hard for a place in the second round of the Australian Open.

She needed a final set tie-break to get past Ajla Tomljanovic 7-6, 2-6, 7-6.

Andy Murray failed to progress to the second round.

The former British Number 1 is struggling with a hip injury, but is still hoping to make Wimbledon his final tour.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:18 am  

UEFA have opened disciplinary proceedings against Chelsea following allegations of racist chanting.

Fans were accused of singing a song featuring anti-Semitic language during their Europa League match away to Hungarian side Vidi in December.

Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck says they "won't rest" until all forms of discrimination are "eliminated" from the club.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:10 am  

One of the UK's leading businessmen, Tim Martin founder of Wetherspoons, has spoken to us about Brexit.

We raised the issue that the idea "leavers" were promised and voted for does not look like it can be delivered.

This was his response.



We also asked him if leaving without a deal is a good thing.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 am  

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan will today launch a trial of the world's largest air pollution monitoring network.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan will today launch a trial of the world's largest air pollution monitoring network.

It will include 100 monitors in schools, on streets lamp posts and at known hot spots.

The trial has been launched ahead of April, when the Ultra Low Emission Zone comes into force in Central London.

Mr Khan then plans to extend it to the South Circular, including parts of Wandsworth, in 2021.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

Hounslow Council has pledged to create more school places and council houses from now until 2022.

The Council hopes to find more innovative and effective ways to reach out to residents so they can share their views.

Currently, there are over 3,000 waiting to be housed permanently and many families who are over-crowded.

Earlier, Jackie's Iona Stewart Richardson spoke to the leader of Hounslow Council Steve Curran.





He also explained how the scheme will benefit first time buyers.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

The decision to build the third runway is being challenged by Friends of the Earth in court this morning.

The decision to build the third runway is being challenged by Friends of the Earth in court this morning.

A pre-trial hearing is taking place from 10 o’clock and public demonstrations outside are also due to take place.

Other groups are also challenging the expansion plans on the grounds of air quality and the impact it will have on residents under the flight-path.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 am  

A shopping centre in Putney has submitted plans to Wandsworth Council to build a Pergola on its roof

The proposal would mean The Putney Exchange could create an outdoor venue that could seat over 400 people.

Bosses say the move has been made because of the “challenges” being faced by retail outlets due to a change in shopping habits.

It’s hoped the Pergola would drive more people to the high street.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Met Police asks plane spotters to look out for drones at Heathrow

The Met Police wants plane spotters to help them keep an eye on the skies around Heathrow.

The force has asked for volunteers to join a watch group, to help prevent crime and terrorism.

The appeal comes just weeks after Gatwick was brought to a three-day standstill by mysterious drone sightings, and Heathrow has also suffered issues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Monday, 14 January 2019

Is there a 'Croydon accent'?

A police appeal in Sussex has led to a debate over whether people from Croydon have a distinctive accent.

The search was related to a gunpoint robbery at a newsagents in Crawley before Christmas.

The description of the gunman noted that he had a "Croydon accent".

Some residents on social media said they’d been told by others they had a distinctive way of speaking, whilst others suggested it was just a generic south London accent.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

New Malden ambulance service worker found guilty of benefit fraud

An ambulance service administrator from New Malden has been handed a suspended jail sentence after admitting benefit fraud.

Lorna Overington used hand-outs to go on a family holiday to Disney World while hiding a £100,000 inheritance left by her mother in 2014

The 53 year old admitted to being a benefits cheat between 2014 and 2017, and was sentenced to 14 weeks, suspended for two years.

Overington has repaid £15,000 of about £19,000 she owes, and is on a payment plan to return the rest of the money
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A woman’s been stabbed in Wallington

Police were called to the Roundshaw Estate just before 6.30pm on Friday.

It is believed the victim in her 50s was stabbed by a man outside a supermarket in Mollison Square.

She was taken to hospital in a stable condition and has since been discharged.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:29 pm  

The former Brexit Secretary has been speaking about a positive vision for small businesses and workers post Brexit

Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab has spent the morning at the Centre for Policy Studies.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Ruby Wax says the modern world is making us addicted to "frenzy"

The comic, who’s also a Visiting Professor in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Surrey, says it's an overhang from our distant past.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:44 pm  

Police investigating a fatal hit and run in Brixton are hunting a man with links to Wandsworth

Officers have released an image of 27 year old Aaron Blackwood Jones, whom they want to question.

Police were called to Brixton Hill’s junction with New Park Road at about 12.30am on Saturday.

Officers and paramedics found a 24-year-old woman who was pronounced dead at the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

People in Croydon can start recycling their Christmas trees . . . more than two weeks after the holiday finished

Residents are being asked to leave them on the kerbside.

They will be collected on the same day as general waste bins.

But in Walthamstow, police have had to issue a warning to residents not to leave them in their front gardens after a spate of tree fires.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

The next phase of works to upgrade the Swan Centre in Leatherhead started today

They are taking place to renovate parking facilities and lifts, making them more user-friendly.

Work on the parking area is expected to finish in late February and traffic marshalls will be on hand to help visitors until then.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:48 pm  

Kew’s newly renovated Pagoda is one of the faces of a special edition 50p coin

The Royal Mint has revealed a five coin set to mark the 50th anniversary of the 50 pence piece.

The 7 sided coin was introduced back in 1969 to replace the 10 shilling note.

But there’s bad news if you are hoping to get your hands on one of the new commemorative sets . . . . . they’ve sold out.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Two teenagers from Kingston arrested over stabbing in Thames Ditton

A 14 and 15 year old from Kingston have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.

The boys were detained following an assault on a group of boys on a bridge over train tracks in Thames Ditton on Saturday night.

One boy was taken to hospital with suspected stab wounds where he remains in a serious but stable condition.

A second boy was also assaulted but has since been released from hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:25 pm  

In cricket, Middlesex has announced that their captain, Dawid Malan has been awarded a Testimonial Year in 2019

He has extended his contract for a further two years with the club.

The 31 year old made his club debut in 2006 and has since made over 350 appearances, scoring almost 15,000 runs.

Dawid commented saying he felt honoured to continue representing his cricketing home.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:02 pm  

A strike by Beefeaters and other staff at Historic Royal Palaces including Hampton Court Palace has been suspended

It’s after the charity presented a new offer regarding the on-going pension dispute.

If the offer is rejected by GMB members, then strike action will go ahead on the 22nd as planned.

Members working at the Tower of London and Hampton Court Palace voted to support strike action by 91% last month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

As Theresa May tries a last-ditch effort to get MPs to back her Brexit deal, she's suffered another resignation

Gareth Johnson's stepped down as a Government whip - saying the terms are detrimental to the nation's interests.

The House of Commons votes on the Prime Minister's proposal tomorrow.

Lib Dem Brexit spokesperson and MP for Carshalton and Wallington Tom Brake explains why the party doesn’t like the current deal.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:37 pm  

All the recommendations made to TfL following the Croydon tram disaster are now either in progress or complete

Nine people died and many more were injured in November 2016 when a tram derailed at Sandilands.

The news comes as it’s announced trams in London are to become the first in the UK to be fitted with automatic braking systems.

The new technology kicks in to bring the vehicle to a controlled stop if it's recorded braking the speed limit at a number of set locations.

Automatic braking will also operate alongside the driver protection system which warns of distraction and fatigue.

• System will automatically bring a moving tram to a controlled stop if exceeding speed limit

• Automatic braking will operate alongside the driver protection system that alerts to distraction and fatigue and has been successfully in use since September 2017

• Contract to install new safety system was awarded to Engineering Support Group Limited (ESG) on 14 December 2018

• This means all of the recommendations specific to TfL following the Sandilands overturning tragedy are now in progress or complete

London’s tram network will be the first in the UK to have an automatic braking system after Transport for London (TfL) awarded Engineering Support Group Limited (ESG) the contract to build and install the new safety system by the end of this year.

It will automatically apply the brakes and bring a moving tram to a controlled stop if exceeding the speed limit at designated locations.

Work began on the feasibility of introducing this new safety measure, which has not been introduced on any UK trams before, shortly after the tragic overturning at Sandilands, Croydon, in November 2016.

It is expected to be fully operational by the end of 2019, including a period of training and familiarisation with tram drivers, and will operate alongside the driver protection device that has been in operation since September 2017, alerting to any signs of driver distraction and fatigue.

Automatic braking is one of the recommendations set out by the Rail Accidents Investigation Branch (RAIB) following the tragic tram overturning. It will initially be configured to priority high-risk locations as suggested by the RAIB but will have the flexibility to be introduced elsewhere on the tram network.

The RAIB listed 15 recommendations aimed at the UK tram industry following the overturning.

Work has progressed on all of the recommendations specific to TfL with some of the most vital already complete.

These include a permanent speed reduction across the tram network, speed monitoring and signage at significant bends, an enhanced customer complaints process and the installation of a driver protection device that alerts to driver distraction or fatigue.

A new emergency lighting system, which will operate independently of the tram’s battery in the event of an emergency, has also been procured and will be installed over the summer, addressing recommendation seven.

Extensive testing with safety experts has also progressed and a new higher specification film that is 75% thicker (from 100microns to 175microns) will be fitted to all doors and windows to improve containment, as per recommendation six, by spring.

Mark Davis, TfL’s General Manager of London Trams, said: “We will never forget the tragedy at Sandilands and from day one have focused our attention on preventing this type of incident from ever happening again. Awarding the contract for a new automatic braking system is a first for trams in the UK, and not only will it improve safety for customers in London, but we hope it will lead the way for other tram operators across the country. We will work to have the new system, which will automatically apply the brakes if a tram is exceeding the speed limit, in full operation by the end of the year.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

A stunning fightback from Andy Murray wasn't enough to stop the former world number one going out of the Australian Open tennis

The three-time Grand Slam champion was beaten in five sets by Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut in the first round.

Speaking ahead of the tournament, Murray said he planned to retire after this year's Wimbledon due to a hip injury.

But he says having surgery now might be a better option.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:34 pm  

A man’s been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after attempting to push a police officer from a balcony in Carshalton

Police were called to an address in Stanley Road just before 9 o’clock last night following reports of a man attacking other family members.

Two female officers attended and found a 22-year-old man on the stairwell of the address.

He had injuries to his hand after the officers witnessed him punching through a window.

The two officers attempted to detain him and it was then that one of them was repeatedly kicked.

The other was put in a strangle hold and the suspect then tried to push her off the third floor balcony.

The offices managed to activate their emergency radio alarm.

The man was subsequently arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.

Both of the officers were taken to hospital as a precaution.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:09 pm  

Andy Murray's out of the Australian Open

He’s suffered a first round exit after battling for more than four hours.

The former world number one was eventually beaten in five sets by Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut in Melbourne.

Murray's hinted this may be his final Grand Slam due to an on-going hip problem, but he’s hoping to make Wimbledon his final tour.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:50 pm  

Scientists at The Institute of Cancer Research in Sutton have made a breakthrough in ovarian cancer treatment

They’ve developed a new test that scans the shapes of tumour cells.

It looks for clusters of cells within tumours with misshapen nuclei; the control centres within each cell.

Women identified with these clusters of shape-shifting cells usually have the most aggressive form of ovarian cancer.

Only 15% survive for five years or more, compared with 53% for other patients with the disease.

The researchers found that having misshapen nuclei was an indication that the DNA of cancer cells had become unstable.

They believe the breakthrough could in future help doctors to select the best treatment for each patient.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:02 pm  

The Royal Mint has revealed a set of coins celebrating the 50th birthday of the 50p coin.



The commemorative coins portray a number of events including the 250th anniversary of the founding of Kew Gardens.

The Royal Mint says the collection of five coins "features some of the nation's most loved 50 pence pieces".

The 7 sided 50p coin was introduced back in 1969 to replace the 10 shilling note.

Photo credit: Royal Mint
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:25 am  

Hugh Grant has had his scripts stolen out the back of his car in Ealing.

In a tweet he made an appeal saying “at least” return the scripts which “contained weeks’ worth of notes”.

The bag stolen may also have also had some of his children’s medical cards inside it.

If found, it must be returned to Coach Films at Ealing studios.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:24 am  

The government is being taken to court over what’s been described as the “unlawful” decision to expand Heathrow.

The pre-trial for Friends of the Earth’s case takes place at the High Court tomorrow.

This is the first of 5 legal challenges against the runway on the grounds that it does not meet climate change targets.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:44 am  

The Ministry Of Defence is being sued by a woman who was allegedly sexually abused at the army training centre Pirbright.

The female was allegedly threatened by an officer, who told her if she didn’t have sex with him her employees would see their MOD contract revoked.

The abuse is thought to have taken place from 2015- 2017, the case has been adjourned until the end of the year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:25 am  

Trams in London are to become the first in the UK to be fitted with automatic braking systems.

Trams in London are to become the first in the UK to be fitted with automatic braking systems.

The technology kicks in to bring the vehicle to a controlled stop if it's recorded breaking the speed limit at a number of set locations.

The measure was recommended following a crash in Croydon in 2016, in which 9 people died, when a speeding tram derailed
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

Residents of West Ewell have until Thursday this week to have their say on a new 161 housing development.

Residents of West Ewell have until Thursday this week to have their say on a new 161 housing development.

People say Epsom and Ewell is already hugely populated and developed, 2 schools in the area are congesting the local roads.

The next planning meeting is on Thursday, residents have until then to reject - for more information click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:51 am  

Brompton bikes stockpile parts in Brexit fear

Brompton Bicycles has been "stockpiling" bike parts for its new factory in Greenford in case of a hard Brexit.

The company has rented a warehouse near Heathrow where it has stockpiles of parts including wheel rims, spokes and steel to guarantee supplies.

The fold-able bike-maker has increased sales by 11% to £36-million in the year to March 2018.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:16 am  

Chelsea Women close in on Super League's top two

Chelsea Women are clear third in the Super League this morning following yesterday’s 2-1 win at Arsenal Women.

The Blues are now just 2 points behind the Gunners.

Manchester City Women are back on top of the table after a comfortable 3-1 win at West Ham.

Birmingham City Women stay third despite a 1-nil loss at home to Bristol City Women.

Play in In the Championship was overshadowed by the abandonment of the Charlton Women, Manchester United game following a serious injury to Addicks defender Charlotte Kerr.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:26 am  

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A public meeting on community safety is being held in Hounslow next month

Residents will have an opportunity to speak to key members of Hounslow’s Community Safety Partnership, like police officers.

Due to the increase in crimes across the capital, the council wants to ensure initiatives are in place to keep crime low.

The meeting will be on February the 6th at 5.30pm in the Civic Centre on Lampton Road.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:44 pm  

Spelthorne Council has hit out at Surrey County Council’s proposals to close four of the borough’s children’s centres

Spelthorne only has six children’s centres which the authority says is a vital service for some of the most vulnerable families.

Spelthorne already has the highest deprivation score in the county.

The consultations, launched by Surrey CC, closed last week.

They propose changes to five of the county’s services including libraries and recycling.

Spelthorne does however welcome the proposal to invest in more specialist school places.

Surrey County Council is trying to make savings worth millions of pounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:39 pm  

Dog walkers in Elmbridge can now use regular bins to throw away their poo bags

It comes after a successful six month trial of scrapping dog poo bins at Esher Common.

A report that is due to go before the Council on Thursday says that national guidance no longer deems it necessary to separate dog waste from other rubbish.

Officers say mixed waste bins should now be used across the Countryside Estate, and replace bins when they become damaged or not fit for purpose.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:37 pm  

Man with links to Wandsworth wanted following fatal hit and run crash



Police are looking for a man with links to Wandsworth after a young woman died in a hit and run collision.

27 year old Aaron Blackwood Jones, who is also known as Aaron Blackwood is reported to be linked to the crash.

It happened in Brixton at around 12:30 on Saturday morning – officers believe a blue VW Golf was involved after it was located in the area earlier today.

The victim, a 24 year old woman, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Anyone who knows his whereabouts is asked to contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

UPDATE: Man 'seriously assaulted' in Woking town centre was found unconscious

A man is in hospital with serious injuries following an assault in Woking.

Officers were called to Victoria Way at around 1:50 this afternoon to reports of an altercation between two men outside the Tattoo Land shop.

When police arrived at the scene, a man in his 40s was unconscious and needed medical treatment.

A man in his 50s from Woking is currently in custody after being arrested on suspicion of causing GBH with intent.

Anyone with information is asked to call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:08 pm  

Man 'seriously assaulted' in Woking

A man is in custody following a serious assault in Woking.

Police and ambulance crews are currently at the scene in Victoria Way, attending the male victim.

Officers are asking for anyone with information to come forward by calling them on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:20 pm  

Kingston residents are getting more powers

People who live in Kingston are being given an opportunity to have a greater say on the future of their borough.

Kingston’s neighbourhood committees have been granted new decision-making powers and access to funding.

It’s thought this will allow them to take decisions on almost all matters that fall within their boundary.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 pm  

A new school is going to open in Hounslow

A new special school with over sixty places available is set to open in Hounslow.

It’s projected to open next year, along with a sister school in Essex.

It will provide emotional, social and mental health care for 11-19 year olds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:08 pm  

The transport secretary says military defence staff have been drafted in to help government departments with no-deal Brexit planning

Chris Grayling has also warned about the impact of MPs refusing to vote for Theresa May's withdrawal agreement on Tuesday.

The Epsom and Ewell MP thinks - if the Commons fails to deliver Brexit - it could trigger extremist political forces in the UK.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:22 am  

A woman is in hospital with serious injuries after a collision in West Molesey

It’s believed to have happened between 2am and 2:15 on Walton Road, near to the junction with the A3050.

The silver car failed to stop at the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:25 am  

A teenager is in hospital in a serious condition after an altercation on a railway bridge in Hinchley Wood

Police were called around half eight yesterday evening to the bridge on Woodfield Road.

It’s believed one group of teenage boys was attacked by a larger group.

They fled in a number of directions, some onto Couchmore Avenue, while some went down the railway track.

Any information should be reported to Surrey Police by calling 101 and using the reference number PR/P19009261
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:44 am  

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