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Saturday, 26 January 2019

Harlequins 12 - 32 Saracens in the Premiership Rugby Cup at the Twickenham Stoop



A tough day at the office for Harlequins whose recent winning form came to an abrupt end at the hands of local rivals Saracens.

The home advantage at the Twickenham Stoop was wiped away after 28 minutes when Renaldo Bothma was shown a red card for a dangerous collision. Even with the return from injury of co-captains James Horwill and Chris Robshaw, the hosts were unable to prevent the visitors from securing a bonus-point win and a place in the semi-finals of the Premiership Rugby Cup.

For 50 minutes, Harlequins stayed in the match. They went into half-time one man and one point down, having opened the scoring with a converted try from Josh Ibuanokpe within the first 5-minutes of play.

An infringement from Dino Lamb just a couple of minutes later allowed Saracens an attacking platform, which the visitors took full advantage of. Sione Valianu crossed the whitewash. Although it remained unconverted, Saracens were very much in the fight and had succeeded in silencing the Twickenham Stoop fans, at least for the moment.

This game was set to be a classic derby match, and with referee Wayne Barnes at the helm, the game so early on was becoming a classic.

Despite some individual strong performances from Harlequins, Ibitoye was penalised for straying offside. To compound matters, when a knock-on handed possession back to the hosts, their set-piece which had been so strong over recent weeks, failed them.

Saracens could have opted to kick a penalty through the posts but instead went for the line-out. Although the visitors secured the ball, the Harlequins defence held firm and Robshaw, on his first game back from injury, insured Harlequins regained possession, his strength evident as he won the turnover.

This period of play was dominated by infringements. Both sides gained ground and lost ground as a result of a lack of discipline and simply failing to execute the basics correctly.

The deadlock was broken after Harlequins were penalised for not releasing the ball after being tackled. Saracens on this occasion decided not to go for a line-out in the corner, but instead Malins lined up the posts for a successful penalty kick, handing Saracens the lead after 19 minutes.

Despite some strong footwork from Walker, Chisholm and Ibitoye, the hosts nearly gave the visitors another try. In an attempt to force momentum, Harlequins opted for a long pass only to see the ball sail behind everyone with nobody left to catch it. Saracens were hot on the chase but fall-back Chisholm claimed the ball before Saracens could get a boot to it.


With the arrival of the 28th minute, Harlequins found themselves down to 14 men with Bothma sent off the pitch. Despite the one-man disadvantage, it was the hosts who finished the first half with momentum and were starting to overpower the visitors, who themselves were now starting to give away penalties.

Harlequins had the opportunity to regain the lead after Saracens’ Crossdale was penalised for a slap-down of a Quins’ long pass. Crossdale was not shown a card and the hosts’ fly-half, Lang, pulled the ball wide of the posts.

Half Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 7 – 8 Saracens


With a slender lead, Saracens got the second-half underway. The high ball was gathered well by Ibitoye.

Walker forced the hosts on further and, after being awarded a penalty, they kicked for a line-out 10 metres from the try-line. It was gathered and hooker Elia Elia crossed the white-wash. Lang once again failed to place his kick anywhere near the posts and so the extra two points went wanting.

Harlequins misjudged the projection of the re-start kick and knocked-on whilst at full stretch. Saracens scrum-half and captain Whiteley fed the ball and was told to use it by Barnes – Saracens hoping for a penalty as the scrum collapsed. They were forced to play but earned their desired penalty having reached the 22. Lozowski lined up the posts and brought the visitors to within 1 point.

A cheer resonated around The Stoop as Saracens, forced to gather a high ball, were then bundled into touch on landing.

At this point the teams started to bring on their ‘Game Changers’ or ‘replacements’; Saracens making the first switch.

Harlequins’ scrum-half Mulchrone took too long setting up a box-kick, allowing Saracens’ Kpoku to block the kick, gather the ball and scuttle over the try-line. Lozowski added the conversion.

Harlequins now changed their entire front row. Horwill, too, had done enough for his first game back after injury, and was replaced.

The hosts did continue to contest the game with Robshaw, issuing instructions throughout the game, achieving more turnovers. The fans in the stands continued to chant their support but errors were once again starting to creep back into the Harlequins’ game.

They got within 5 metres of the try-line but knocked-on allowing Saracens to clear their lines.

Still only one converted try behind the visitors, Harlequins were absorbing the pressure of only having 14-men. The last fifteen minutes of the game, however, sealed their fate.

Ibuanokpe, replaced only 15 minutes beforehand, was needed back on the pitch as injuries struck the Harlequins side.

Every time the hosts cleared their lines, Saracens ran the ball right back. Their fly-half Malins crossed the whitewash and Lozowski again converted.

Following this score, some of the Harlequins ‘support’ started to leave. Yet the players continued to perform, winning turnovers and free-kicks, dominating in the scrum.

In the final minute of the game, Manu Vunipola come on the pitch for Saracens - a bonus-point win would secure them a place in the semi-finals of the Premiership Rugby Cup.

A scrum to Saracens and Segun broke away, crossing for their fourth try underneath the posts. Once again it was converted.

Full Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 12 – 32 Saracens

Attendance: 12,586.

Harlequins
15 Ross Chisholm, 14, Charlie Walker, 13 Aaron Morris, 12 Ben Tapaui, 11 Gabriel Ibitoye, 10 James Lang, 9 Charlie Mulchrone, 1 Mark Lambert, 2 Elia Elia, 3 Josh Ibuanokpe, 4 Dino Lamb, 5 James Horwill (c-c), 6 Chris Robshaw (c-c), 7 Luke Wallace, 8 Renaldo Bothma

Game Changers
16 Dave Ward, 17 Nick Auterac, 18 Phil Swainston, 19 Stan South, 20 Archie White, 21 Dave Lewis, 22 Demetri Catrakilis, 23 Paul Lasike

Saracens
15 Matt Gallagher, 14 Ali Crossdale, 13 Alex Lozowski, 12 Dom Morris, 11 Rotimi Segun, 10 Max Malins, 9 Tom Whiteley ©, 1 Richard Barrington, 2 Tom Woolstencraft, 3 Titi Lamositele, 4 Dom Day, 5 Joel Kpoku, 6 Nick Isiekwe, 7 Sean Reffell, 8 Sione Vailanu

Replacements
16 Joe Gray, 17 Ralph Adams-Hale, 18 Billy Walker, 19 Will Skelton, 20 Jackson Wary, 21 Henry Taylor, 22 Manu Vunipola, 23 Tom Griffiths

Match report: Natalie Osborne Photographer: Chris Spring
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:22 pm  

Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi has handed in a request for transfer from the Stamford Bridge club

The 18-year-old, who is yet to start a Premier League game, is said to have put in the request to get more playing time elsewhere.

The winger has been the subject of a £35 million bid from Bayern Munich.

It’s understood Chelsea have been in talks with Hudson-Odoi and are eager for him to stay on at the club.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:59 pm  

AFC Wimbledon have knocked Premier League West Ham out of the FA Cup

The League One strugglers got a 4-2 home victory in their fourth round tie.

Manager Wally Downes says his main emotion was relief at the final whistle.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:59 pm  

Non-league action roundup

There was a mixed bag of results for our non-league teams today, as Joshua Doherty reports.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:53 pm  

A 17-year-old girl with links to Croydon has gone missing



Gabriela Shenbitrasi was reported missing from her home in Cardiff on the 4th of January but is believed to be in London.

The teenager, who is also goes by the name Bella, has additional links to Thornton Heath, Stratford and Barking.

Anyone with information is being asked to contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:26 pm  

Harlequins' winning streak has come to an end

Local rivals Saracens secured a bonus-point victory at the Twickenham Stoop in the Premiership Rugby Cup after the hosts went down to 14 men.

Harlequins Coach Nock Evans spoke with Radio Jackie after the game.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:16 pm  

Two men have been arrested after breaking in to an empty office in Epsom

It happened in the early hours of Thursday morning at a privately-owned building in East Street.

Police also reported that an unauthorised encampment had been set up in the car park.

A notice was served on the occupants by the landowner later that day and the building was vacated by 4pm on Friday.

The men aged 36 and 21, were arrested on suspicion of attempted burglary and have since been released under investigation while enquiries continue.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 pm  

Kingston University honours former chief executive

The former chief executive of Kingston Council has been awarded an honorary doctorate from Kingston University.

Bruce McDonald brought the Rose theatre to Kingston, where students’ graduation ceremonies are held annually.

He also campaigned successfully to have the Olympic cycling road race run through the heart of the town.

Kingston Vice Chancellor, Martyn Jones says Bruce’s vision for theatre and Olympic cycling, transformed the borough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:52 pm  

Richmond makes it into 'top places to live' list

Richmond-Upon-Thames is the only London borough after Westminster that has made it into the top 50 places to live in the UK.

According to the ‘quality of life’ survey carried out by the Halifax, Richmond came in at number 40. Elmbridge also made it into the list at number 32.

High employment levels, a low crime rate and good happiness scores are some of the factors taken into account.

Orkney, in Scotland has been crowned the UK's best place to live.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm  

Man sentenced for hiding valuable jewels in home in Virginia Water

A scrap metal dealer from Virginia Water who hid jewels in his office ceiling has been sentenced to four and a half years in jail for handling stolen goods.

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

The jewels were found at London City Metals in 2015. They included uncut diamonds worth around fifty-thousand pounds and emerald earrings worth over thirty-thousand pounds.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:16 pm  

Robshaw returns as Harlequins face Saracens at the Twickenham Stoop

Harlequins come into round 4 of the Premiership Rugby Cup having had a run of wins across all competitions.

Since the victory against Wasps at the Big Game at the tail end of December, Harlequins have gone from strength to strength, moving up to third in the Premiership Rugby table as well as securing a quarter-final place in the European Rugby Challenge Cup.

Today is set to be another fiery contest as Saracens are welcomed back to the Twickenham Stoop.
The 6-Nations getting ever closer sees Harlequins and Saracens with players on international duty but this is not the only reason for a change in the starting XV for this game.

The Premiership Rugby Cup is a time to give the youngsters experience, but also to welcome back injured players.  Co-captains today for the Twickenham-based Club are Chris Robshaw and James Horwill, both returning players.

Kick 0ff at the Twickenham Stoop is 3pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

A Kingston-based charity has celebrated its fifteen year at the area’s hospital with the help of two children’s TV stars

Basil Brush and Dominic Greenwood from Dick and Dom met up with Nerea, who’s supported by Momentum.




You can find out more about their birthday appeal here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

PREVIEW: AFC Wimbledon take on West Ham at Kingsmeadow this evening

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:46 am  

All the non-league action this week, explained

While many teams are in FA Cup action this week, all of our non-league sides are in action, as Joshua Doherty reports.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:13 am  

A charity's accusing the Government of continuing to turn a blind eye to the threat of closure faced by children’s centres across England

It's estimated around 1-thousand have shut since 2010 - and Action for Children warns 200 more are at risk due to cuts.

These mums in Epsom Downs say the centres are a lifeline for many.



The Department for Education insists it's investing more in childcare support than any other government and says local councils decide how to provide services in their areas.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:38 am  

Croydon is praised for tackling violent crime.

Croydon’s plans to set up one of London’s first violence reduction networks are being hailed as “exemplary” by the Mayor’s office.

The borough has seen success in reducing violent crime, with strong partnerships between the council, police and community groups.

Serious youth violence has seen a 23.1% reduction in the last year compared to a London drop of 6.5%

Knife crime has dropped by 18.1% compared to a 1.1% increase across London

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:26 am  

Sutton plans for more Council homes.

Following on from building programmes in Wallington and Beddington, Sutton Council will this week look at a plan to provide more than 80 new council homes.

Proposals for 11 council-owned sites are to be considered. The Council wants to build at least 81 homes, but Councillor Jayne McCoy says if they can build more than that, they will.

In October, £6 million was allocated from the London Mayor’s Building Council Homes for Londoners programme and the council is contributing to the build through borrowing.

If the plans are approved on Tuesday and planning permission is given, work will start by April 2020.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:29 am  

A serious assault in Woking puts a man in hospital.

A man in his 60s is in hospital with life threatening injuries after being assaulted in Woking just after noon on Friday.

Police responded to reports of an altercation in Victoria Way near the building developments and a man in his 20s was arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm.

Detective Inspector Andy Greaves has called this a ‘nasty incident’ and is asking for anyone with information - including any dashcam footage or CCTV - to contact them immediately by calling 101 (Ref PR/P19019406) or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555. 111.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:38 am  

Friday, 25 January 2019

A man is wanted by police in connection to an ongoing criminal investigation.


Nathan Gerard Turner, aged 33, has links to Staines, Egham and Asford and may also be linked to Ealing and Hounslow.

He is described as white, 6 foot 2 inches, of stocky build with brown eyes and curly hair.

If you know him or have any information, do not approach but call 999 immediately

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 pm  

Investigations are continuing following a large fire in Mitcham this morning

40 engines were called to Tonstall Road just before 8 o’clock.

A 25m cordon was put in place around a garage and approximately 50 people were evacuated from neighbouring properties.

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posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 pm  

“Kill your engines not residents”

That’s the message from Richmond Council which is getting tough on drivers who idle when they are stuck in traffic or at level crossings.

Car idling produces up to 150 balloons of harmful exhaust emissions per minute.

This mum in Mortlake explains why she’s supporting the council’s awareness campaign “Don’t Be Idle.”




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:18 pm  

Some beer lovers are angry about Fullers selling its brewing business to a foreign company.

Japanese firm Asahi is paying £250 million.

One author of the Good Beer Guide claims he's "dumbfounded" - while the Campaign for Real Ale calls it a "very sad day".

The sale includes the Griffin Brewery in Chiswick where Fullers was founded almost 175 years ago.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 pm  

Kingston council is looking at how to reduce the amount of HGVs passing through a part of the borough.

It follows on-going complaints and a petition from residents in King’s Road, near to Richmond Park.

They also say the route, which is 20mph, was not built for the volume of traffic its sees.

Councillors say previous reports have found no safety issues, but they’ll recommend residents are consulted on making the route one way.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

The BBC is to screen a documentary about the murder of journalist Jill Dando to mark the 20th anniversary of her death.

The Crimewatch presenter was shot on the doorstep of her home in Fulham in April 1999.

Barry George was wrongly convicted of the killing and acquitted in 2008, meaning her murder is still unsolved.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:50 pm  

The father of a Fulham schoolgirl who died after eating a Pret A Manger sandwich says improving allergy labelling could save lives.

The 15 year old died after purchasing the sesame baguette before she boarded a flight at Heathrow in July 2016.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

An independent review's strongly criticised failures to properly investigate a senior tennis coach who went on to sexually abuse a young female player.

In 2017, Daniel Sanders, who worked at Wrexham Tennis Centre was given a six-year prison sentence.

Now a report says investigations by Roehampton based Lawn Tennis Association into repeated complaints were "fundamentally defective".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:04 pm  

The new Chiswick Bridge has opened.



It is thought it will reduce journey times for people walking between the northern end of Chiswick Business Park and the Tube station.

It’s also hoped the bridge will reduce congestion at Gunnersbury station which often gets over-crowded.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Birmingham City Council has made history.

It’s become the first authority in England to place rough sleepers in accommodation as part of the Housing First pilot scheme.

The West Midlands region received £9.6m of funding last year from the Government to help tackle the issues around homelessness.

David Robinson with South Wimbledon based homelessness charity Evolve, says there’s a stigma around rough sleepers.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

The Favourite fans flocking to Hampton Court Palace to see film costumes ahead of the Oscars

We’re well into Oscar season; topping the board with 10 nominations is The Favourite starring Brits Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz.

The film focuses on the alleged love affair between little known Queen Anne and her close friend Lady Sarah Churchill.

Some history fans are asking whether this is just poetic license on the film maker’s part.

Matthew Storey is collections curator at Hampton Court Palace, where it was filmed.

He says although we’ll never know the real truth, there’s no denying the two women had an extremely close relationship.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

Chelsea assistant Gianfranco Zola says they could take the opportunity to give Gonzalo Higuain his debut this weekend.

The FA Cup holders play Sheffield Wednesday in the fourth round on Sunday.

Higuain completed a loan move to Stamford Bridge until the end of the season on Wednesday night.

Zola feels the 31-year-old striker still has plenty to offer.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

Chelsea forward Victor Moses has signed for Turkish side Fenerbahce on a one-and-a-half-year loan.

He's fallen out of favour with Maurizio Sarri, having played a key role in the club's Premier League title win in 2017.

Moses was converted from a winger to wing-back by former boss Antonio Conte.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:47 pm  

Transport for London has announced a series of events to celebrate the District line’s 150th anniversary.



The line initially consisted of only five stations when it opened in December 1869.

Within forty years it was running services to Ealing, Hounslow, Putney, East Ham, and New Cross.

The District line now has 60 stations with more than 220 million journeys annually.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

A man whose date died in a speedboat crash near Wandsworth Bridge will remain in custody in Georgia for three months.

Jack Shepherd has appeared in court there over the death of Charlotte Brown in 2015.

He went on the run after being jailed last summer, and now must wait for extradition proceedings.

The 31 year-old told the court he has the greatest regret, and felt suicidal after the crash.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:04 pm  

Costumes from "The Favourite" go on display at Hampton Court Palace where it was filmed

It’s up for 10 Oscar nominations including Best Costume Design.

Now, fans of The Favourite can see those exact costumes on display at Hampton Court Palace where it was filmed.

Starring Olivia Colman, the film is based on the private life of Queen Anne in the 18th century.

But, as collections curator at Hampton Court Matthew Storey explains, the clothes take on a distinctly modern twist thanks to designer Sandy Powell.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

The brewery in Chiswick where Fuller’s was founded 174 years ago has been sold to a Japanese beer firm.

Fuller's is to leave the brewery business completely in order to focus on its upmarket pubs and hotels.

It is to sell its entire beer business, including The Griffin Brewery in Chiswick, to Japan's Asahi for £250 million.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:49 pm  

Lawyers of a man convicted over the death of a woman in a speedboat crash near Wandsworth Bridge say his life will be in danger if he's jailed in the UK.

Jack Shepherd has appeared in court in Georgia - where he's handed himself in after months on the run.

He'll stay in prison there for months while British authorities lodge an extradition request.

Crime correspondent Martin Brunt has been in court.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:07 pm  

A British man convicted of killing a woman in a speedboat crash near Wandsworth Bridge will stay in custody in Georgia for three months while a request takes place for his extradition back to the UK.

Jack Shepherd was convicted last year of Charlotte Brown's manslaughter in London in 2015.

He's been telling a judge in Tbilisi taking his boat out is his "biggest regret" and that's why he handed himself in after months on the run.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:59 am  

A fire that broke out in Mitcham is now under control.

A fire that broke out in Mitcham is now under control.

40 engines were called just before 8 o’clock to Tonstall Road to reports that a single story garage was on fire.

A 25m cordon was put in place and around 50 people were evacuated from neighbouring properties as a precaution.

One woman was assessed at the scene by London Ambulance Service crews.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:11 am  

The parents of a teenager from Fulham who died from a severe allergic reaction say changing food labelling laws would be a "momentous moment".

The parents of a teenager who died from a severe allergic reaction say changing food labelling laws would be a "momentous moment".

15 year old Natasha Ednan-Laperouse from Fulham collapsed after eating a Pret A Manger baguette which didn't list all of the ingredients.

Now there are plans for all food outlets to be forced to show all information on packaged products.

Natasha's mum Tanya says it'd be life-saving.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:09 am  

A fire has broken out in a single story garage in Mitcham.

The brigade was called to Tonstall Road just before 8 o’clock this morning.

6 engines are at the scene.

The cause of the blaze is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:20 am  

North End Road in Hammersmith is set to see a community led transformation.

Thanks to £1 million of funding, the council says it is ready to move onto the next stage to improve the area for residents and businesses.

People who work or live nearby are being asked to share their views on its future.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 am  

News that electric cars are being developed and now we will have talking bins.

The new smart bins are coming to Wandsworth in a pilot scheme, the new technology inside the bins will alert the council when they’re full.

Wandsworth council spends around £4 million a year on its street cleaning services a year and streets can be swept up to six times a day.

Its hoped the new scheme will also reduce fly tipping.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

31 year old fugitive Jack Shepherd is due in court in Georgia’s capital Tblisi this morning after 10 months on the run.

31 year old fugitive Jack Shepherd is due in court in Georgia’s capital Tblisi this morning after 10 months on the run.

In his absence, he was found guilty of the manslaughter of 24 year old Charlotte Brown.

The speedboat they’d been travelling in on the Thames near Wandsworth Bridge capsized in December 2015, killing her.

Crime correspondent Martin Brunt says he appears to have been hiding abroad for a long time.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

A British man is due in court in Georgia this morning over the death of a woman in a speedboat crash in Wandsworth

Jack Shepherd went on the run for months after being sentenced to six years in his absence.

He was convicted of gross negligence manslaughter following the death of Charlotte Brown in 2015.

The 31 year-old's lawyer in Tbilisi says he may fight his extradition.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 am  

Chelsea are through to the League Cup final after beating Tottenham on penalties

A 2-1 win on the night for the Stamford Bridge side meant the tie finished 2-2 on aggregate.

David Luiz scored the winning penalty and tells Sky Sports Chelsea should have wrapped up the tie in normal time.



Pochettino says when it comes to penalties you need luck on your side.



But Sarri says he's wary of facing Manchester City in next month's showpiece.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:44 am  

Police are reassuring residents after a spate of burglaries in North Surrey

Officers say they have stepped up patrols in the Ewell, Stoneleigh and Worcester Park areas.

They are reminding people to go to their website for home safety tips.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:14 am  

Food outlets could be required by law to list the full ingredients on their pre-packaged products following a consultation starting today

It follows the death of 15-year-old Natasha Ednan-Laperouse from Fulham, who collapsed after eating a Pret A Manger sandwich containing sesame seeds, which she was allergic to.

Currently, food prepared on the premises doesn't have to display allergen information on the package.

The Environment Secretary Michael Gove, wants to change that.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:40 am  

Thursday, 24 January 2019

Police have part closed a property in East Molesey following reports of anti-social behaviour and drug use

The order on the house in Cardinal Court on Wolsey Road bans anyone from entering the property for three months.

The ban excludes the tenants, support services and one of the tenants’ parents.

Officers say they hope the part closure will bring relief to neighbours.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:52 pm  

The Chancellor says a no deal Brexit would undermine our future prosperity and betray the promises made during the referendum in 2016

But Philip Hammond says an agreement can be reached with "ingenuity and flexibility" from the EU, as well as "a spirit of compromise" from some Conservative MPs.

The Runnymede and Weybridge MP was speaking to business leaders at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:50 pm  

Chelsea in action tonight

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says getting back to the final of the League Cup was all that mattered to them.

The holders ended up doing it in some style with a 10-nil aggregate victory over Burton.

They'll play the winner of tonight's other semi-final second leg between Chelsea and Tottenham.

Spurs go into the game at Stamford Bridge with a 1-nil lead from the first match at Wembley.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Real Madrid's regained its place as the highest revenue generating club in world football

The Spanish side’s total was more than £665 between 2017 and 18.

Last year's top earner, Manchester United, slip to third place with £590 million, behind Barcelona in second on just over £611 million.

Chelsea were 8th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:49 pm  

Richmond and Wandsworth councils say rumours CCTV cameras have been turned off to save money are untrue.

Cabinet Member for Community Safety, Liz Jaeger, has made the statement to reassure residents.

The council owns 79 cameras across the borough which view and monitor activity in public spaces.

This footage is transmitted to the council's control room which runs 24/7.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:49 pm  

Chelsea won’t have striker Gonzalo Higuain available for tonight’s Carabao Cup semi-final second leg with Tottenham.

The Blues, who trail 1-0 from the first leg, will start with either Eden Hazard or Olivier Giroud up front.

Kick off is at 7.45
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:48 pm  

Kingston’s Rose Theatre has pulled its forthcoming production of To Kill a Mockingbird mid rehearsals.

The UK and Ireland tour of Harper Lee’s classic novel has been forced to cancel due to a licensing dispute.

It’s after the company, formed by the producer of the current Broadway show, claimed worldwide exclusivity to the professional stage rights.

The Rose will contact theatre goers to discuss compensation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

The man jailed for killing a French au pair in Southfields has launched an appeal against his conviction.

Ouissem Medouni and his partner Sabrina Koudier were both found guilty of murdering 21 year old Sophie Lionnet last year.

An appeal date is yet to be determined.

Both Koudier and Medouni admitted manslaughter, but denied murder and blamed one another during the trial.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:05 pm  

The lawyer of a British fugitive who was convicted over the death of a woman in a speedboat crash says he may contest his extradition.

Jack Shepherd handed himself in to police in Georgia and is expected in court tomorrow.

The 31 year old was sentenced to six years in jail in his absence over the death of Charlotte Brown three years ago in on the Thames near Wandsworth Bridge.

In footage released by Georgian TV station Rustavi 2, reporters fired questions as he was driven away by police.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:20 pm  

University of Surrey to maintain links to Huawei

The Prince's Trust charity, founded by Prince Charles, says it's not accepting any more donations from the Chinese firm, Huawei

The telecoms giant is battling allegations its products are a cyber-security risk.

Huawei says it's disappointed with the decision.

In contrast, the University of Surrey says it is maintaining its links with the firm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:46 pm  

A man who assaulted a number of police officers in Epsom has avoided jail despite pleading guilty.

Daniel Willis pleaded guilty to eight counts of assault by beating an emergency worker namely police officers as well as other offences.

Officers were called to Ruxley Lane in January following reports Willis had jumped out of a first floor window.

He then went to a Texaco petrol station causing substantial damage by throwing various items around the premises.

It was believed he was suffering a medical emergency; a number of officers were assaulted while they were restraining him.

Willis was sentenced to eight months in jail suspended for two years.

He was also given a three-month curfew between 7pm and 5am and ordered to carry out 30 days’ rehabilitation activity.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

The American cleared of the murder of Coulsdon student Meredith Kercher is to be paid €18,000 in damages.

Meredith was killed in Italy in 2007 while studying in the town of Perugia.

Amanda Knox was convicted and spent 4 years in prison before being exonerated at the Italian Supreme Court in 2015.

The compensation ruling relates to Italian police failing to provide legal help and a translator during her questioning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

Celebs like Ricky Gervais have signed an open letter to Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to demand he puts an end to whaling

The Japanese government declared in December that it would resume commercial whaling in its territorial waters.

It will also quit the International Whaling Commission.

Mr Abe was at Twickenham Stadium, the home of English Rugby, earlier this month to launch the Rugby World Cup which is being held in Japan in the Autumn.

It’s not clear if he and Prime Minister Theresa May discussed the controversial whaling decision.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:24 pm  

A suspected arson attack has taken place at a warehouse in Egham

Police and the fire service were called to Thorpe Industrial Estate just after 2am following reports of a fire in Crabtree Road.

Initial enquiries indicate that it was started deliberately.

No one was injured.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 am  

A 15 year old from Croydon is missing



Nadia Zorkot was last seen at 7.30am yesterday when she left for school but never turned up.

If you have seen her, call 101
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:41 am  

A British man convicted of killing a woman in a speedboat crash near Wandsworth Bridge may contest his extradition to the UK.

31-year-old Jack Shepherd had been on the run since skipping his trial last July.

In his absence, he was sentenced to six years in prison for the gross negligence manslaughter of Charlotte Brown.

He handed himself into authorities in Georgia yesterday, but his lawyer, Mariam Kublashvili says he may still try to resist being sent back to Britain.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:26 am  

We are pleased to share the news that the 60 year old man missing from Bookham, who was last seen on 14 January, has returned home.

We are pleased to share the news that the 60 year old man missing from Bookham, who was last seen on 14 January, has returned home.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 am  

Dame Darcy Bussell has launched the first stages of a new global headquarters in Wandsworth.

The Royal Academy of Dance is due to be completed by 2020.

The building will have 8 dance studios with sprung floors, a theatre with a lighting rig and sound desk.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 am  

A man brandishing an axe terrified Tesco customers in Purley

Police were called just after ten o’clock last night to the Tesco in Purley Way, to reports that a man in a hi-vis was chasing customers with an axe.

The man, who looked a security guard was filmed intimidating them at the shop door and the video was posted on Facebook.

Investigations are continuing…
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:18 am  

Efforts to extradite a man convicted over the death of a woman in a speedboat crash in London are under way - after he handed himself in to police in Georgia.

Efforts to extradite a man convicted over the death of a woman in a speedboat crash near Wandsworth Bridge are under way after he handed himself in to police in Georgia.

Jack Shepherd was sentenced in his absence to six years in prison for gross negligence manslaughter.

Charlotte Brown died on a first date with the 31 year old in 2015 when his badly maintained boat overturned on the River Thames.

Her dad Graham explains what happened when he found out Shepherd had surrendered.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

Heathrow Airport is looking to cut flight delays by using artificial intelligence technology.

The idea is they will help air traffic controllers track aircraft when visibility is reduced.

The system could be extended this year after findings are presented to the Civil Aviation Authority.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Chelsea take on Tottenham in their League Cup semi-final second leg tonight.

Blues boss Maurizio Sarri is hoping for a reaction from his players tonight, following their 2-0 loss to Arsenal at the weekend.

He blasted his side after the defeat, saying Chelsea players are "extremely difficult to motivate".

Tonight they will need to overturn a one goal deficit.

They’ll have to do it without new signing Gonzalo Higuain, whose transfer went through too late to play.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Queens Park Rangers has announced it will work with Wormwood Scrubs prison to help reduce the number of prisoners reoffending.

QPR will offers courses to prisoners to help them gets jobs on the outside - such as in coaching and stewarding.

It’s part of the Twinning Project, which is now working with 28 different football clubs.

According to government data, around half of all crime is committed by reoffenders.

And the cost to the taxpayer of reoffending is thought to be around £10 billion a year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 am  

A fraudster who disguised himself as a businessman to steal £30,000 has been jailed.

Saifur Rahman wore an outfit that included an overcoat, a trilby hat and dark rimmed glasses to hide his identity, when he stole the money at a Metro Bank in Chiswick.

The 24 year old’s accomplice Tanzil Hussian was a cashier at the bank, and he helped Mr Rahman steal from a customer’s account.

Mr Hussain was jailed for 9 months, and Mr Rahman for 8 months.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:17 am  

Police are looking for the driver of a silver VW car following a serious collision in Twickenham.

The vehicle drove away from the scene following the collision with a 19 year old pedestrian.

He is in a critical condition in hospital with a head injury.

The incident happened on St Margaret’s road at around 1:30 yesterday afternoon.

Police are asking if anyone who was in the area has dashcam footage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:07 am  

Police are appealing for information after a Guide dog was attacked in Sutton.

Officers were called to Sutton Green just after 10pm on 6th November last year to reports of a guide dog being bitten by another dog.

They have released photos of a man they wish to speak to about the incident.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

Croydon council’s decision to offer some of its land for community-led housing project is getting more support

It will open the bidding process for community groups later this year, as well as offering professional advice on how residents can get involved.

Council deputy, Alison Butler says “community-led schemes are part of the overall mix as we need to tackle a nationwide shortage of good-quality homes”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 am  

Police in Ewell are searching for a man in connection with a ‘suspicious incident’



It’s after he approached a teenage girl and placed his hand on her shoulder, causing her to fear for her safety.

It happened on 14th December between 4 and 4:30pm along a footpath next to the railway at the end of Green Lane.

Anyone with information should call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Wednesday, 23 January 2019

Beefeaters going on strike at Hampton Court have announced a further three days of action

GMB Union members at Historic Royal Palaces will picket on the 6th, 16th and 21st of February.

It’s in a row over employee’s final salary pensions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 pm  

Gonzalo Higuain has joined Chelsea on loan from AC Milan for the remainder of the season

Boss Maurizio Sarri was keen to work with the striker again having managed him at Napoli.

Higuain will wear the number 9 shirt at Stamford Bridge.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Palace goalie Wayne Hennessey charged by FA over alleged Nazi salute

Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey has been charged by the FA over making an alleged Nazi salute.

The Welsh international was pictured during a team night out with one arm raised and a hand above his top lip.

Hennessey says he was waving and shouting at the person taking the picture to tell them to hurry up and his hand was over his mouth to make the sound carry.

He has until the 31st of January to respond.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 pm  

Police search for man following Staines burglaries

A man with a distinctive red headband is being hunted in connection with a number of burglaries in Staines.

A man was seen trying to climb through a window in Guildford Street just after 4.30pm on Monday afternoon.

He’s also being sought after in connection with another burglary in the same area between 3.30 and 5 on the same day.

He’s described as white, 6ft, and wearing a dark top.

If you have any information, contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Fulham forward Aboubakar Kamara banned after ABH arrest

Fulham forward Aboubakar Kamara has been arrested on suspicion of ABH and criminal damage and banned from the club.

Police were called to the club’s Motspur Park training ground on Monday evening.

He was reportedly called for talks to resolve his place in the club after being labelled a disruptive influence.

The club says they would cooperate fully with the authorities to create a “secure and safe working environment”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

A man is in hospital after a collision in St Margarets

Police were called around half one to a two car accident.

One of the vehicles did not stop at the scene.

No arrests have been made.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:07 pm  

Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd has been arrested in Georgia, according to his victim’s father

Charlotte Brown died near Wandsworth Bridge in 2015 during her first date with Shepherd.

The 31 year old was sentenced to six years in jail for manslaughter by gross negligence after a trial held in his absence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:03 pm  

19 men and women have been arrested across South West London in a day of action on domestic abuse

Their ages range from 23 to 57, and are being investigated for a variety of offences ranging from common assault to criminal damage.

The South West Basic Command Unit says these days will be running regularly across London throughout the year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:09 pm  

Up to 250 deaths are to be investigated at St George’s Hospital in Tooting

NHS Improvement commissioned the review into the cardiac unit after a high number deaths following heart surgery.

The study will look into every patient who had cardiac operations between April 2013 and September 2018.

Complex heart operations were moved out of the centre last year after a “toxic row” contributed to an above average death rate.

The hospital says it’s important that patients and families have full confidence in their care.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:14 pm  

Sunday marks world Holocaust Memorial Day

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.

Special workshops have been held at Kingston and Surbiton Orthodox and Liberal Synagogues.

91 year old Bronia Snow, who has been present at them, came to London as an 11 year old on Kindertransport.

Here, she re-tells her story to Jackie's Simone Halfin.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:11 pm  

Police have made a third arrest in connection with a stabbing in Thames Ditton

The 14-year-old boy from Richmond has been interviewed and released on bail conditions, one of them preventing him from entering Surrey.

A 14-year-old from Kingston has been charged with robbery, GBH and possession of a knife in a public place.

And A 15-year-old from Kingston remains under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:07 pm  

Air pollution contributes to 9,500 early deaths a year in the UK.

Friends of the Earth says the problem will worsen if we leave the EU without a deal.

Jackie's Iona Stewart-Richardson has spoken to Craig Bennet, one of the country’s top environmental campaigners and chief executive of the charity about how a no-deal could affect our parks.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:20 am  

Santander is going to close 140 of its UK branches.

These include Cheam, Clapham High Street, Dorking, East Sheen, Esher, Wandsworth, and Purley.

More than 1,200 jobs are at risk but the bank says it hopes to offer new roles to around a third of those affected.

The Spanish-owned company says it's making changes because more banking is done online and via apps.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:13 am  

The former education Secretary claims she had plans to scrap tuition fees, before she was removed from the position.

Justine Greening, Putney’s MP says she wanted to introduce a scheme where students wouldn’t have tuition fees or loans.

Greening says the debt students are left with after doing their degree, puts them off doing one in the first place.

Meanwhile the government says following a review there was “value for money for students and taxpayers”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

Investigations are continuing after two men walked into a Co-Op on Epsom Downs and threatened staff with a knife.

Wearing balaclavas, they entered the store on Tattenham Corner on Monday night making off with cash and cigarettes.

They are described as in their 20s or 30s with London accents.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:41 am  

Due to the cold weather travellers at Heathrow have been venting their frustration on social media.

Flights were delayed and BA saw just fewer than 40 services cancelled due to icy conditions.

A spokesperson at the airport claimed it was "operating normally today, despite the cold weather."

The Met Office has issued weather warnings after snow was spotted in parts of the country.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:27 am  

There’s a fresh blow this morning for the Government’s plans to expand Heathrow.

There’s a fresh blow this morning for the Government’s plans to expand Heathrow.

Lucy Mayer explains why.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:46 am  

A teenager has been shot in West Norwood

Police were called to Unity Close shortly after 10pm.

He left the scene after the shooting, but officers found him and gave him first aid while waiting for an ambulance.

The 15 year old’s injuries are not believed to be life threatening.

If you have any information, contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:58 am  

Ant and Dec win Best Presenter for the 18th year in a row

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly have won the National Television Award for Best Presenter.

That's despite Ant taking a break for much of 2018 following his arrest for drink driving in Mortlake in March.

It's the 18th consecutive time the pair have walked off with the prize.

Elsewhere, This Morning got Best Daytime show, Danny Dyer won best actor in a serial drama and Peter Kay's Car Share was given the Best Comedy award.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Tuesday, 22 January 2019

Mole Valley District Council’s Scrutiny Committee is being asked to report on the setting of 2019/20 budget and Council Tax levels

Its proposed total budget is £9,533,000.

This includes a recommended increase in Council Tax of 2.9%.

Capital Grants to the district’s communities are set to more than double from £40,000 to over £82,000.

It is also increasing its successful Small Grants Community Fund by £10,000.

This fund supports a number of charities and local groups that carry out valuable work within their communities.

A new Joint Enforcement Team is proposed to help further improve the way the council investigates incidents such as graffiti, abandoned vehicles and fly tipping.

They are also working with the community to encourage a reduction in the use of single use plastics.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 pm  

Hanwell couple made £600k trafficking prostitutes from Hungary



A couple from Hanwell have been found guilty of human trafficking offences.

It’s after they made over £600,000 trafficking girls from Hungary to a Chelsea apartment block and forcing them to work as prostitutes.

34 year old Karl Ring and Ivett Szuda, who’s 32, of Elthorne Avenue, were convicted of human trafficking, controlling prostitution for gain, and money laundering.

The victims told Isleworth Crown Court they were provided with cocaine, and made to split half their earnings with the couple.

The charges are dated between January 2011 and June last year.

The pair will be sentenced at a later date.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A man has pleaded guilty to flying a model plane near Heathrow

38 year old George Rusu from Sipson used the model aeroplane on a field near the runway on Christmas Eve.

He was fined £2000 and must pay costs of £85 and a £200 Victim Surcharge.

The court also ordered that his model plane be destroyed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Brentford accept £12m for Chris Mepham

Brentford have accepted a £12 million offer from Bournemouth for Wales international Chris Mepham.

The Cherries were close to signing the 21-year-old defender last week and he’s set to undergo a medical today.

After spending time with Chelsea's academy Mepham was signed by Brentford in 2012.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 pm  

Surrey County Council is proposing a council tax rise of almost 3%

Surrey County Council has announced plans to increase the county’s council tax by 2.99%.

Cabinet Member for Finance Mel Few says;

“The focus has to be on ensuring that the finances are in a sustainable position to meet the growing demand for essential services.”

The council’s Cabinet will make a formal recommendation next week; a final decision will be made at a meeting next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 pm  

Youngsters are to be handed control of Battersea Arts Centre for a weekend in March.

They’ll be taking part in the first ever “London City Takeover.”

Six major arts organisations in the capital are pledging to give over their space to young people aged 16 to 25.

The aim is to give them a bigger voice in the world of arts and culture amidst Brexit.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

The Duke of Cambridge has interviewed Sir David Attenborough at the World Economic Forum.

Prince William sat down in Davos with the veteran broadcaster from Richmond to discuss environmental problems facing the planet.

Sir David picked up a Crystal Award for his work in environmental stewardship yesterday.

He told the royal the younger generation are as engaged as ever.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

People in Mortlake are being given the opportunity to name a footbridge they’ve spent years campaigning for



Richmond Council and Network Rail agreed to co-fund the project at the White Hart Lane level crossing following safety concerns.

Residents are being invited to submit their names ahead of the installation in April.

A shortlist will then be put to public vote on Twitter.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

There’s been a knifepoint robbery at the Co-Op on Epsom Downs.

Two men wearing balaclavas threatened staff last night at the store at Tattenham Corner at around 10 o’clock making off with cash and cigarettes.

One of the men is described as white, aged 20-30 years and spoke with a London accent.

The second is described as black, aged 20-30, also with a London accent, and was wearing a dark grey jacket with a fur-lined hood.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:59 pm  

Council tax could be about to go up in Kingston as the authority looks to make a saving of £12 million

Councillors are proposing an increase of just under 3%

The authority says it’s due to a funding shortfall from central Government.

Kingston received £66 million in 2010 but is now no longer receiving general funding.

£57 million has been saved over the last 4 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Charlotte Brown's father speaks out before meeting with the Home Secretary

The man who killed his date during a speedboat crash on the Thames at Wandsworth Bridge is apparently in Georgia.

Jack Shepherd went on the run before he was convicted last July for the manslaughter of Charlotte Brown.

The BBC says it has been told there are records of him being in the former Soviet state.

Miss Brown's family met Home Secretary Sajid Javid earlier to discuss what has been done since Shepherd was convicted.

Her father says the fact Shepherd has absconded is incredulous.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:27 pm  

Roma and The Favourite are leading the way in the Oscar nods, with 10 nominations each.

Both films have been chosen in the best picture category.

Roma, which is set in 1970, tells the story of a housekeeper to a middle class family.

The Favourite, which was part filmed at Hampton Court Palace, focuses on the alleged love affair between Queen Anne and her close lady friend.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:44 pm  

Kingston University is working on a new project that will equip ambulances with 5G video streaming.



A cutting edge 5G-enabled video streaming system that will allow A&E doctors to make life-saving decisions on patient care by viewing live footage from ambulances is being developed.

The part government funded project is run by Kingston University and Internet of Things Company, Pangea Connected.

NHS ambulance trusts responded to seven million separate incidents in 2017 alone, so finding ways to reduce patient turnaround time upon arrival at hospital could play a key role in helping alleviate the pressure.

Using the latest video compression techniques, the high-speed connectivity will provide a direct link between ambulances and waiting hospital teams.

It would mean medical teams know exactly what they are dealing with when the patient arrives at hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

It’s emerged St George's Hospital in Tooting had offered to pay for the visas for its staff

The revelation has been made by MP for Tooting Dr Rosena Allin Khan.

The payment, which was due to come in after Brexit, has now been scrapped by the Government following a backlash.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:29 pm  

Plans to install traffic lights along a notorious “rat-run” in Kingston are expected to be approved at a council meeting next month

Nearly 17,000 vehicles pass along Cambridge Road near the Cambridge estate every day.

The plan is to introduce the signals at the junction of Gloucester Road, which is a popular cut through to Kingston Hospital.

There were 8 collisions, including one serious, in the vicinity of the junction between 2017 and last year.

The council hopes the move will promote more cycling and walking.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

Radio Jackie's night crew get their PJs on for Princess Alice Hospice . . . . and here's how you can do the same



People across SW London and Surrey are taking part in the Princess Alice's PJ Push for funds.

Everyone’s being urged to hold a PJ Push event at their school, pub, club or workplace in support of the charity's night nurses who offer care for patients at home throughout the area while the rest of the world is asleep.

You can show your support, like Lin Summers, Dan Noble and Henry Riley, by pledging to wear your pyjamas while doing your own daily activities.

A donation of £1 per PJ participant will raise vital funds to enable the nurses to continue to provide specialist care.

£35 pays for 1 hour of care from a Princess Alice Hospice night nurse; £385 pays for a full night’s care.

80% of Princess Alice Hospice care is delivered across a wide geographical area rather than in the Hospice itself in Esher.

Last year, specialist Princess Alice nurses made 14,461 visits to 2,785 patients in their homes.

Night nurses play a crucial role in helping patients to stay in their own home and prevent unnecessary and unwanted hospital admissions, as well as providing support to the whole family.

This results in more patients dying in their place of choice, which is often at home.

How you can help: just pick any date between February the 11th and 25th, get your best pyjamas out and encourage your family, friends and colleagues to do the same.

To find out more, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:06 pm  

Two men who assaulted police officers in Merton Park have been jailed.



20 year old Martin Payne from Croydon pleaded guilty to one count of actual bodily harm.

He also admitted driving without insurance and driving other than in accordance with a licence.

20 year old Kursan Euell from Catford pleaded guilty to two counts of ABH.

The pair were involved in an attack on two police constables who carried out a stop on a vehicle in Merton Park in November.

Euell was sentenced to three years and six months.

Payne was sentenced to two years and nine months.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 am  

The MP for Carshalton and Wallington is supporting Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust to raise awareness about the disease.

More than 3,200 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer in the UK every year.

Screening prevents up to 75% of cervical cancers which is why it is essential you don’t feel embarrassed and attend your appointment.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:09 am  

Croydon’s town centre is to become a new ‘creative enterprise zone’

The Mayor of London awarded Croydon Council £500,000 to encourage the growth of arts in the borough through the scheme

Councillors hope to capitalise on a recent boom in activity as creative entrepreneurs and organisations move into the area.

They claim the plans will bring in over £1-million of investment
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 am  

A roofer from Mitcham who defrauded an elderly couple from Croydon has been jailed.

A roofer from Mitcham who defrauded an elderly couple from Croydon has been jailed.

37 year old Jamie Kempton charged over £23,000 for work to be done on their house in South Croydon, of which just £4,000 worth was needed.

Kempton has been sentenced to 10 months after pleading guilty to 4 counts of fraud.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 am  

People who live in Merton are being given a grant of 15,000 to improve the area.

People who live in Merton are being given a grant of 15,000 to improve the area.

The allocated funding will be granted to every ward in the borough, each one will have three years to 3 to distribute the money.

In the spring- communities will be able to have their say on which areas they want the funding to be granted to.

These include painting or renewing fences, planting trees or supporting volunteer group clean ups.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:24 am  

If you are a nervous fire, there’s no need to fear.

Heathrow airport is hoping to lift that stress with its launch of its “Sound Escapes”.

It’s thought the Airport’s soundtrack will calm and relax people post flying.

46% say they prefer the sounds of waves crashing on a beach, with 32% in favour of the sound of a splash in a swimming pool.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:04 am  

The family of a woman who died in a speedboat crash on the River Thames will meet with the Home Secretary later to try to find out what’s being done to catch her on-the-run killer.

24-year-old Charlotte Brown died on a date with Jack Shepherd in 2015 near to Wandsworth Bridge.

He vanished before his trial, and was convicted of manslaughter by gross negligence in his absence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:37 am  

Additional police patrols are being deployed to Stoneleigh after a recent spike in burglaries in the area.

Additional police patrols are being deployed to Stoneleigh after a recent spike in burglaries in the area.

A number of houses and cars have been broken into during daylight hours over the past few weeks.

Epsom and Ewell MP Chris Grayling says he’s in regular contact with police and that “hopefully there will be an arrest very soon”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 am  

Some Beefeaters at the Tower of London and Hampton Court Palace are going on strike today



Members of the GMB union are walking out for 24 hours in a row about pensions.

The dispute with Historic Royal Palaces is specifically over a decision to end final salary schemes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:25 am  

Eden Hazard says he isn't thinking about leaving Chelsea or the Premier League

The forward has told the magazine France Football that he's won everything in England BUT that doesn't mean that he wants to leave.

Hazard continues to be linked with a move to Real Madrid.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:15 am  

A man is in hospital with serious injuries after a collision near Twickenham station

At around 10.20 a taxi crashed through the central reservation and into the new development.

London Road is currently closed in both directions from Whitton Road to Railway Approach.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

Monday, 21 January 2019

East Croydon station visited by rail minister Andrew Jones

Rail Minister Andrew Jones visited East Croydon Station this morning.

It was to mark the progress being made there as part of the Secure Stations Scheme.

Originally launched in 1998, the project assesses approaches taken to safeguarding vulnerable passengers and suicide prevention.

East Croydon was recently accredited; Mr Jones explains the benefits.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:02 pm  

A roofing boss from Fetcham has been jailed after a worker fell through the roof of a property he was working on

43 year old John Thompson left a hole in the roof when he sent a labourer up without providing scaffolding.

Trading as Thompson Roofing and Guttering, he told the couple the structure of their roof was to blame and charged them over £7,000.

He was jailed for 15 months for fraud and a further 15 months for unsafe working at height.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:20 pm  

Ashtead Church trials contactless donations

St George's in Ashtead is one of six across the country trialling digital donation boxes.

It’s a partnership between technology firm SumUp and the Church of England.

Churchgoers get to pick a sum of money from four options laid out in front of them before paying by card or smartphone.

Churches taking part say they’ve seen a 97% increase in donations as a result.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:08 pm  

David Schwimmer 'lookalike' arrested in Wimbledon

A "lookalike" of Friends star David Schwimmer has been arrested in Wimbledon.

36 year old Abdulah Husseini failed to appear in court in Blackpool before Christmas over allegations of theft and fraud.

The first police appeal to trace him went viral because of his resemblance to the character Ross Geller.

He will appear at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court Wednesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:08 pm  

Police have arrested a 19-year-old and 22-year old on suspicion of burglary, theft and drug driving

It follows a chase and helicopter search in the Bookham area yesterday morning.

It’s after a woman from Fetcham, reported that her house had been broken into and a car had been stolen from her driveway.

The pair have now been released from police custody but remain under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

It's being reported Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi will reject a new £85,000 a week contract at the club.

The winger is yet to start a Premier League game, but wants to move to Bayern Munich who recently offered £35-million for the teenager.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:40 pm  

Elmbridge Council is calling for people to join its residents' panel

The request follows a public meeting concerning topics such as dealing with changes to authority funding and uncertainties caused by Brexit.

Councillors highlighted the Xcel Sports Hub’s and the protective injunction for green spaces as major achievements in the past year.

The panel meets around three times a year to find out people’s views on council services.

Details of how you can join are available on our webiste.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:38 pm  

Five police officers involved in the detention of a musician have denied misconduct charges.

Sean Rigg, who had paranoid schizophrenia, died in August 2008 in custody at Brixton police station.

Police had picked him up on Balham High Street after being alerted by worried members of the public.

Four constables and a sergeant are accused of breaching standards of professional behaviour.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Police investigating a stabbing near Kew Gardens say none of the victim’s personal items appear to have been stolen during the attack.

Police were called to Royal Parade just before 8am yesterday.

It is believed the 57 year old victim was walking to his car when he was attacked by a man attempting to carry out a robbery.

A knife was recovered at the scene and no other injuries were reported, the victim is making a good recovery.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:47 pm  

Asking prices on the housing market have seen their lowest new year increase in seven years.

According to Foxtons total sales, the average ‘sold price’ in Surrey has increased just over 4% over the last 2 years.

Rightmove says they rose by just over £1,200 in January, the smallest jump since 2012.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:39 pm  

Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud could lose his driving licence after his fourth speeding offence in less than a year

He's admitted doing 60 miles an hour in a 50 zone on the North Circular in north-west London last May.

The 32 year old Frenchman's already got nine points.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:37 pm  

Ant and Dec won't be at the National Television Awards despite being nominated for the presenting prize for an 18th year in a row

They can't attend London's O2 tomorrow night due to a clash with filming for Britain's Got Talent.

The pair's nomination for the presenter award comes despite McPartlin being off screen for almost a year.

It follows his arrest for drink driving in Mortlake.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Diabetes UK is calling for the out of home sector to recognise their responsibility to help consumers to eat healthier

The charity wants restaurants, takeaways and cafes to clearly provide information on nutritional content of the food they are serving.

This follows a survey which showed 3 in 5 UK adults struggled sourcing this vital information.

Obesity is the most common contribution to developing Type 2 diabetes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:11 pm  

AC Milan's on-loan striker Gonzalo Higuain remains in Italy

It’s as the club attempts to secure a replacement for the Argentine before sanctioning his move to Chelsea.

The 31-year-old, on loan from Juventus, hasn’t travelled with his team-mates for today’s Serie A game at Genoa.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:04 pm  

Former England full-back Glen Johnson has announced his retirement

The ex-Chelsea, Liverpool and Stoke defender won 54 caps, and played in two World Cups.

He was also a Premier League title winner with Chelsea in 2005.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:03 pm  

Richmond Park’s MP Zac Goldsmith has been out on the beat with officers investigating yesterday’s stabbing near Kew Gardens



A man in his 50s was attacked in what’s believed to be an attempted car theft.

He’s recovering in hospital.

Police patrols have been stepped up in the area to “reassure the public.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Brentford based pharmaceutical company Glaxo Smith Kline is amongst the best LGBT employers in the UK

That’s according to charity Stonewall which has published its top 100 list.

Several universities, the British Army, Lloyds Bank and homeless charity St Mungo's also feature.

Stonewall says LGBT-inclusive employers play a "crucial role in changing society".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Streatham's MP doubts EU would be willing to delay Brexit

Theresa May is likely to focus on removing or scrapping the Irish backstop, as she prepares to set out her Brexit "Plan B" to parliament.

The Prime Minister will allow amendments from backbenchers, as the UK exit date of March 29th draws closer.

Labour MP Chuka Umunna, who met Mrs May, says the EU would only allow a delay to Brexit on certain grounds.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:20 pm  

Witnesses have described the moment they saved a man’s life after a stabbing near to Kew Gardens station yesterday morning

Police are investigating after the man, in his 50s, was stabbed in what’s believed to be an attempted car theft.

The man is recovering in hospital.

Witnesses say he was attacked after buying a coffee and a café owner ran to his aid before paramedics arrived.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:27 pm  

Headteachers across Kingston’s primary, secondary and special schools join national campaign for better funding.

A national survey conducted by the ‘Worth Less?’ group of 2,000 serving headteachers has revealed that this is not a ‘Kingston problem’ but a national one.

87% of Heads say that they have less money in real terms than last year, 94% say schools are routinely delivering services previously provided by the Local Authority and 84% say that their capacity to support children with SEND needs has been much reduced.

The teachers claim that central government would have them believe that there is more money in education than ever before.

They refute this, saying it is "a very disingenuous statement for which the Department of Education has been rebuked for misleading the public."

Headteacher at Richard Challoner in Old Malden tells us more about the campaign.


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