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Saturday, 2 March 2019

Hounslow Council says it’s aware of the distress an abandoned vehicle is causing for an elderly resident in the borough.


Initial reports into the car found it to be legally parked outside the resident’s home, taxed and in a roadworthy condition.

As a result, no further action was taken by Hounslow Highways and the enquiry was closed.

However, time has passed and it’s now emerged the vehicle’s tax has expired and it will be moved in two weeks if it’s not claimed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:59 pm  

The public are being given the chance to vote for the bravest Met officer of the year.

There are three nominees up for the honour, including PC Neil Dobson, who ran into a burning building in Croydon.

He and colleagues helped evacuate every resident in the three floor block of flats on London Road.

This included a man found collapsed in the hallway – as well as several families with small children.

You can vote online until Monday March 4.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Brentford claimed local bragging rights with a 3-0 win over QPR.

Following a goalless first half, the Bees went 1-0 up soon after the restart - through a Neal Maupay penalty.

Said Benrahma got the second, before Sergei Canos got the third deep into injury time.

Following this derby day defeat, the Hoops have lost 8 out of their last 9 games.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 pm  

A man’s been charged with a robbery in Chertsey last Saturday.

John Turner from Barker Road in Chertsey has been remanded in custody and will appear at Staines Magistrates Court on Monday.

A second man arrested on suspicion of robbery has been released under investigation.

Police say an elderly woman fell and broke her arm during the incident - her handbag was also stolen.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Crystal Palace are now 8 points clear of the drop after beating Burnley 3-1.

It was the Eagle’s third straight away win, and came thanks to goals from Wilfred Zaha, Michy Batshuayi and an own goal by Phil Bardsley.

In the Championship Brentford comfortably beat local rivals QPR 3-0 at Griffin Park.

Meanwhile in Football League One, AFC Wimbledon are were held to a goal-less draw at Shrewsbury.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:04 pm  

Walkers are being reminded time is running out to sign up for one of the country’s most famous charity events.

The Moonwalk London launches on Clapham Common on May the 11th.

Walkers don colourful bras and stroll either 26.2 miles or 13 miles through the night for breast cancer awareness charity Walk the Walk.

Charity founder Nina Barough explains how one call to the Yellow Pages set her Moonwalk dream in motion.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:27 pm  

Residents have just over a week left to say what improvements they would like to see at a playground on Wandsworth Common.



£165,000 has been earmarked for an upgrade of the Chivalry Road playground.

A drop in session focussing on the plans is taking place today at Ark Bolingbroke Academy between noon and 3pm.

This is the second stage of the consultation based on three designs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

Brentford face QPR in the Championship this afternoon.

Just a point separates the teams in the table, but QPR come into the game confident after a surprise win against Leeds United mid-week.

However the Bees will be keen to defend their run of five London derbies won at home.

Kick-off is at 3 o’clock.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:29 pm  

Epsom and Ewell Council say they’ve submitted a “robust” response to Heathrow’s expansion plans

One councillor says that an eight week consultation period to read 26 technical documents wasn’t enough time.

He also called most of the questions in the consultation “highly constrained and leading”.

The council says the proposals could result in the borough being overflown by more aircraft and at lower altitudes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:43 am  

Croydon supports development of affordable housing

A project for community groups in Croydon to develop and manage their own affordable housing is to hold its first workshop for local people who want to be involved.

The Council is backing the scheme by offering council land and technical expertise to groups who will bid to take part.

The free workshop on the 16th of March will provide advice on how to bid and information about on how the scheme will work, what sites are to be used and what support and funding is available.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:42 am  

Epsom and Ewell respond to Heathrow expansion consultation

Concerns of additional flights in and out of Heathrow airport at lower altitudes have resulted in Epsom and Ewell Borough Council submitting a robust response to the company.

Heathrow Airport Ltd consultation sets out how increased flights using the existing two runways, plus the proposed expansion to a third runway could operate in practice.

The borough of Epsom and Ewell is featured within four ‘design envelopes’ on airspace and future operations.

These proposals could result in it being overflown by aircraft far more frequently and at significantly lower altitudes.

The proposals for an expanded Heathrow airport specifies additional flights operating as low as 3,000 feet at a frequency of up to 47 flights per hour for arrivals, and 17 flights per hour for departures.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:10 am  

Friday, 1 March 2019

Events will be held across the UK tomorrow to mark the 50th anniversary of Concord’s maiden flight.

The first prototype took off from Toulouse in the south of France on March the 2nd 1969 where it was flown for 27 minutes by test pilot Andre Turcat.

It’s expected thousands of aviation enthusiasts will flock to museums and airfields across the UK where the supersonic airliner is on display, such as the one at Brooklands in Weybridge.

Captain John Tye from Walton on Thames flew the aircraft for British Airways between 1998 and 2000.

He described it as a masterpiece of engineering that required absolute precision which caused nothing more than a ripple on 100 glasses of champagne as it broke through the sound barrier.

The airliner had a cruising velocity of twice the speed of sound covering a mile in just under three seconds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 pm  

Today marks 30 years since three Feltham FC players were killed in a car accident.

Just 800 yards from the arena, their car was struck by another car being followed police.

At Bedfont and Feltham’s game against Godalming tomorrow, there will be a minute’s silence before kickoff.

A commemorative plaque is on display at Feltham’s former clubhouse, but they’re hoping to move it to their new stadium soon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:07 pm  

Parents in England have been finding out which secondary schools their children will go to in September.

It’s feared up to 115,000 won't get their top choice.

The government insists that doesn't mean children will end up going to bad schools as 86 % are now considered 'good' by Ofsted.

In Kingston, it’s emerged 87% of pupils have been given one of their preferred secondary school places despite a rise in applications.

They’ll attend either first, second or third preferred choice of school.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 pm  

Police are investigating a road rage incident on Epsom Downs.

The victim was driving a blue hatchback on Downs Road near the junction with Grandstand Road at around 4.30pm on Wednesday.

The driver of a silver Mercedes C200 Kompressor shouted abuse at him and then drove off at speed in the direction of Tadworth.

The occupant of the Mercedes has been described as a slim, white male in his mid-20s.

He was wearing a white t-shirt and grey trousers and had brown hair.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 pm  

The man accused of crushing toddler Alfie Lamb to death during a car journey between Sutton and Croydon will face a retrial

25 year old Stephen Waterson is alleged to have fatally crushed three year old Alfie Lamb in the footwell of his Audi in February last year.

Alfie's mother Adrian Hoare was cleared of Manslaughter but found guilty of child cruelty and no verdict was reached for Mr Waterson.

She's due to be sentenced on Monday for child cruelty and perverting the course of justice.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:14 pm  

The fashion retailer LK Bennett, is preparing to go into administration, putting up to 500 jobs at risk.

Ernst and Young will oversee the insolvency if no new investment can be found in the coming days.

The brand, which launched in Wimbledon Village in 1990, operates around 130 shops worldwide.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Fulham forward Andre Schurrle, who scored a hat-trick for Chelsea at Craven Cottage in 2014, is a doubt to face his former club due to illness.

Chelsea Head coach Maurizio Sarri says the blues have no injury concerns, with Kepa in contention to replace Willy Caballero in goal.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:12 pm  

Brentford goalkeeper Luke Daniels and midfielder Kamohelo Mokotjo are doubts for the derby against QPR tomorrow.

Rangers boss Steve McClaren has no new injury worries following Tuesday's 1-0 win over Leeds, which ended a run of seven straight league defeats.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:11 pm  

Five police officers have been cleared of misconduct after the death of a man in custody.

40-year-old Sean Rigg, who was schizophrenic, was being detained at Brixton police station in 2008 when he died of a cardiac arrest.

He'd been arrested in Balham after witnesses reported he was in distress.

His sister Marcia Rigg-Samuel has given her reaction to today's ruling.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Quins make three changes to the starting 15 which beat Bristol Bears last time out for tomorrow’s trip to Bath.

Fly-half James Lang, prop Lewis Boyce and lock Matt Symons all return, with Marcus Smith, Joe Marler and Jack Clifford dropping to the bench.

Quins have won their past four Premiership games, putting themselves in contention to reach the play-offs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Sacked Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri says he's not sure why things have gone wrong at the Premier League strugglers.

He's been thanking the players for their efforts after being dismissed with the club 10 points from safety.

Ranieri's wished caretaker boss Scott Parker all the best, describing him as a good guy and very attentive.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 pm  

Two people have escaped a house fire in Carshalton.

Almost half of the first floor of the semi-detached property in Repton Close was damaged by the blaze yesterday afternoon.

There were no reports of any injuries.

The cause of the fire is believed to be accidental.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Should Epsom's MP resign as Transport Secretary?

There's growing pressure on the Transport Secretary over his handling of no-deal Brexit ferry contracts.

Chris Grayling's department has now paid £33million to Eurotunnel to settle legal action after it complained of the "secretive" process.

Labour says the Epsom MP’s "incompetence knows no bounds" and he should be sacked.

But health secretary Matt Hancock insists the payment will help keep the Channel Tunnel running.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

The first council homes are to be built in Kingston for 20 years.

A minimum of 767 are to be created as part of the regeneration of the Cambridge Estate.

The news was announced at a council meeting last night.

The authority also announced the re-build will not increase rents for tenants currently living on the site who are not up-sizing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Detectives have released footage of a couple stealing a woman’s handbag at Heathrow airport.



They’re warning people not to leave baggage unattended.

Daniel Kennedy and Denise Blackburn were caught on camera as they carried out their crime at a phone shop in October.

Officers say “it’s easy to be distracted at an airport as our minds are often on other things, and luggage is cumbersome to carry around.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Streatham’s former Labour MP, Chuka Umunna, has been named as the spokesman for the new Independent Group of MPs.

He is one of eight former Labour members to join the breakaway group, alongside three Conservatives.

Ex-Conservative MP Sarah Wollaston has been assigned responsibility for "new colleagues".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

A 14 year old boy from Kingston has pleaded not guilty to a number of charges following an altercation in Thames Ditton.

Among the charges are GBH and possession of a knife in a public place regarding an incident in January.

He denied all the allegations at Kingston crown court and will face trial in July.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:56 pm  

Strictly star Kevin Clifton has defended his former dance partner Stacey Dooley, following criticism of an online post showing her with children in Uganda.

The dancer, who is currently starring in Rock of Ages at New Wimbledon Theatre, says the photos, which were taken during the presenter's trip to Africa for charity, have been taken out of context.

The filmmaker has been labelled a "white saviour" by MP David Lammy.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:58 am  

Sutton is without a tube station and residents rely mainly on busses.

The MP for Carshalton and Wallington is asking people to share their thoughts on the services available, in a new survey.

It will include questions on issues such as capacity, ticketing, cleanliness and reliability.

Tom Brake plans to take the results straight to TfL and call for the changes that people want to see.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:36 am  

The so-called "Night Watcher," who's suspected of stealing more than £1 million of items in violent raids across the Home Counties, is believed to have struck again.

Police are investigating whether the thief tied up a woman and took jewellery from her on Wednesday night in Reigate.

Chief Inspector Michael Hodder is from Surrey Police.



The burglar's believed to be a highly professional soldier.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 am  

A woman from Claygate who bludgeoned her husband 8 years ago, has won an appeal against her conviction and will face re-trial.

A woman from Claygate who bludgeoned her husband 8 years ago, has won an appeal against her conviction and will face re-trial.

Her son David tweeted after the news:

“The abuse you have suffered has now given voice to countless victims, mum. Not free yet, but you will be.”

The re -trial will consider new psychiatric evidence which wasn’t on offer when she was initially sentenced.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:15 am  

Surrey University to cut staff

It’s been revealed that the University of Surrey is planning to cut staff.

A letter sent to all staff highlighted at the site in Guildford highlighted the impact of Brexit on the University’s income as one of the main reasons for the decision.

The University’s fall in the national league table positions was another reason given for the cutting of staff.

In an official statement, Surrey County Council Lib Dems said they were saddened by the decision as the University “is a great boost to the community in Surrey.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:58 am  

Second teen charged in connection with Brixon murder

A second teenager has been charged with murder following the death of a man in Brixton last Thursday.

Twenty-three-year-old Glendon Spence was stabbed outside a youth club in Minet Road.

The 17-year-old was arrested in Manchester on Wednesday and will appear at Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court today.

Another 17-year-old has also been charged with Spence’s murder.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:03 am  

Thursday, 28 February 2019

Tooting MP calls for increased CCTV in care homes

The MP for Tooting has called for more CCTV in care homes after she found her father covered in blood.

Rosena Allin-Khan has tried to find explanations for his injuries suffered at a council- funded home.

London Care Ltd, which runs the home has issued a statement saying “we have no reason to believe that London Care failed in its duty of care”.

Dr Allin-Khan is hopes there will be protection for the most vulnerable in society.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:32 pm  

Croydon Council's new study will help shape the future of young people in the borough.

Croydon Council has carried out a new study which will help shape the future of children and young people’s services’ in the borough.

More than 60 vulnerable adolescents were involved in the research which was commissioned following the deaths of 3 young people in 2017.

Councillor Alisa Flemming, says the studies are “a powerful reminder of the reality faced by some children and young people”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:25 pm  

Tottenham's Harry Kane will face no further action from the Football Association following last night's Premier League defeat to Chelsea.

The striker appeared to aim a head-butt towards opposition captain Cesar Azpilicueta during the match at Stamford Bridge.

But the FA can't act as the incident was seen at the time by the match officials.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A couple have launched a legal battle to sue the person who sold them their home in Sutton.

It’s after their new neighbour allegedly subjected them to “violent outbursts.”

Jason Stevens and Michelle Smith moved in to the property in Epsom Road with their baby son in 2017.

They claim the man who sold them the flat knew the neighbour in question was aggressive and didn’t inform them.

The case at the High Court has been adjourned.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Fulham have parted company with manager Claudio Ranieri with Scott Parker replacing him as caretaker boss.

Owner Shahid Khan says the Italian agreed a change "was in the best interests of everyone".

Ranieri leaves with the club second from bottom in the Premier League, 10 points from safety.

He was appointed in November, but won only 3 of his 17 matches in charge.

Ranieri was booed by the club's supporters during last night's 2-nil defeat to Southampton.

He was asked afterwards if he felt safe in his position.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:53 pm  

A man who subjected a woman to six months of physical, mental, emotional and sexual abuse in Runnymede has been jailed for nine and a half years.



44 year old Richard Shaw was found guilty of rape and controlling or coercive behaviour at Kingston Crown Court.

He was also given a Sexual Harm Prevention Order for 15 years or until further order.

An investigation began after concerns were raised to police in October 2017 by the victim’s family.

They claim she was being isolated and controlled, prevented from going out alone and had her phone calls and messages monitored.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

The longest lasting group of protesters in the country have been handed an eviction notice.

Grow Heathrow has camped out on land in Sipson in protest to the third runway for nine years now.

Bailiffs moved in on behalf of the property’s landlord on Tuesday to issue an eviction notice.

In response, the environmental protesters dug into tunnels at a former garden centre near the airport.

They’ve vowed to continue their fight against the third runway.

Specialist tunnel-clearance teams have been brought in to try to clear the group from a network of underground passages.

The row continued when the water supply was cut off at their camp.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:03 pm  

Police are looking for a 36 year old man in relation to an ongoing criminal investigation.



Darren Harris is wanted in relation to a number of offences, including assault, criminal damage and controlling and coercive behaviour.

Harris has links to Esher and Kent.

He is described as white, approximately 6ft tall, with dark brown, straight, short hair, a receding hairline and brown eyes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

A woman from Claygate who bludgeoned her husband to death has had her murder conviction quashed and will face a retrial.

Sally Challen killed Richard in 2010 after 31 years of marriage.

The Court of Appeal says evidence has been heard from a forensic psychiatrist about mental disorders she may have suffered from.

It wasn't available at the original trial.

Reporter Adele Robinson is at the Court of Appeal and has a statement from judges.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:54 pm  

A woman from Claygate has had her murder conviction quashed at the Court of Appeal.

It’s a legal first.

Sally Challen killed her husband Richard at their home in 2010 and was sentenced to 18 years in jail for murder.

But judges today have quashed the original verdict on the grounds of his coercive control, which was only recognised as a crime in 2015.

Mrs Challen now faces a re-trial.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:27 pm  

A woman from Claygate who bludgeoned her husband to death is arguing her conviction should be overturned because he was abusive.

Sally Challen killed Richard in 2010 after 31 years of marriage.

Her lawyers at the Court of Appeal want the conviction changed from murder to manslaughter citing new laws on coercive control.

One of them, Harriet Wistrich hopes the way could be paved for other women in similar situations.



A result is due any time now.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

A woman from Claygate is at the High Court trying to clear her name.

Sally Challen was sentenced to 22 years behind bars for killing her husband Richard in 2010.

But she could walk free if a judge decides she should have been convicted of the lesser charge of manslaughter.

Our reporter Charlotte Lomas is at the Court of Appeal.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

The Countess of Wessex is in Tadworth today.



Her Royal Highness is visiting the Children’s Trust to officially open the charity’s new Music Zone.

The zone is equipped with a range of instruments, microphones and a DJ Box to help youngsters with their rehabilitation.

The Children’s Trust is a national charity which cares for young people living with a brain injury.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

Olympic gold medallist and former super-middleweight world champion James DeGale has retired from boxing.

He won gold at the 2008 Games in China, and became the first British fighter to go on and win a professional world title as well.

DeGale did that by beating Andre Dirrell in 2015.

The boxer was born in Hammermsith and began training at the age of 10 at youth clubs in the area, including the one that was lost in the Grenfell disaster.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:10 pm  

A woman from Claygate could make history later.

A woman from Claygate could make history later.

Sally Challen was sentenced to 22 years behind bars for killing her husband Richard in 2010.

But she could walk free if a judge decides she should have been convicted of the lesser charge of manslaughter.

Sally’s son David has been campaigning for her release, saying his father was abusive and controlling.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:12 am  

The Guardian has reported the Dorking neighbourhood team has evidence to suggest many beggars in the area are not genuine.

The Guardian has reported the Dorking neighbourhood team has evidence to suggest many beggars in the area are not genuine.

Charities say across the UK 4 in 10 have or had a drug addiction and 6 in 10 had a home to go to.

People are being advised by the authority to give to a homeless charity rather than directly to someone on the street.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:10 am  

The country now has a new order of insects thanks to stowaways.

It's after experts as RHS Garden Wisley spotted webs on the roots of orchids.

The silk spinners came over on imported plants and have been identified as the first "full thriving colony" of their kind in the UK.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 am  

One of the longest ever environmental protest camps in the country is now being evicted.

One of the longest ever environmental protest camps in the country is now being evicted.

Grow Heathrow protestors who have been based near the airport for 9 years now have been handed an eviction order to remove them.

Yesterday the group dug into tunnels at a former garden centre near the airport and vowed to continue their fight against the third runway.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:16 am  

A woman from Claygate could make history later following two days of hearings at the Court of Appeal

A woman from Claygate could make history later following two days of hearings at the Court of Appeal.

Sally Challen was sentenced to 22 years behind bars in 2010 for killing her husband Richard at their home.

The 64 year old is hoping to make legal history by getting her conviction overturned.

She could walk free if a judge decides she should have been convicted of the lesser charge of manslaughter.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:45 am  

A local authority in London says it could make all its 700 parking meters 'cashless' after gangs used vacuum cleaners to steal tens of thousands of pounds.

Kensington and Chelsea Council says criminals have drilled holes or used sledgehammers on parking points before sucking out £120,000 in coins in the past twelve months.

Vehicles are also being driven into the machines to make access easier.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:44 am  

Crystal Palace’s 6 game unbeaten run has come to an end with a 3-1 loss to Manchester United.

Romelu Lukaku got a brace for the Red Devils as they sealed a club record of 8 consecutive away wins.

Joel Ward had given the Eagles hope when he pulled a goal back in the second half.

But Ashley Young scored to seal the points for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side.

Roy Hodgson says United deserved their win.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

A collection of original Suffragette archive material has been auctioned off for over £18,000.

The items have belonged to a man from Sutton for the past 40 years, and had been expected to go for around £3,000.

The original pieces, including documents signed by Emeline and Christabel Pankhurst, were auctioned through Catherine Southon Auctioneers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 am  

A man from London has been charged with the murder of a missing midwifery student.

40 year old Ajibola Shogbamimu has been charged with killing Joy Morgan who has been missing for over six weeks.

The 21-year old student from Hertfordshire was last seen attending a church celebration in December.

Her mother Carol Morgan who lives in Battersea had been appealing for her to return in recent days.

She said the family have been left feeling “broken inside”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 am  

Fulham are now 10 points off Premier League safety after losing 2-nil to Southampton.

Saints ran out winners on the South Coast thanks to first half goals from Oriol Romeu and James Ward-Prowse.

Travelling cottagers held up banners criticising the club’s hierarchy.

Chants of “you don’t know what you’re doing” were aimed at manager Claudio Ranieri too.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 am  

Chelsea responded to Sunday’s League Cup final defeat to Manchester City with a 2-0 win over Tottenham in the Premier League.

A goal from Pedro and an own goal by Spurs player Kieran Trippier helped the Blues to victory at Stamford Bridge last night.

Manager Maurizio Sarri dropped his usual first team goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga after his refusal to be substituted on the weekend.

The Blues boss has been under pressure in recent weeks after heavy losses to Manchester City and Bournemouth.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

A man from Cobham who made “persistent” 999 hoax calls has been given a suspended jail sentence

66 year old Jeffrey Birnie made one call at the end of August, claiming he needed urgent medical attention.

But he was threatening and verbally abusive to paramedics when they turned up.

He’s been sentenced to 15 months, suspended for 18.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Wednesday, 27 February 2019

A man has been charged with arson in connection with an incident in Weybridge

43 year old Craig Wall from Firlands was remanded in custody at Staines Magistrates Court yesterday.

Along with two counts of arson, he was also charged with having an article with intent to damage property, threat to damage property, and assault by beating

Wall pleaded not guilty to all five offences and will next appear at Guildford Crown Court in March.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 pm  

Kingston Council has voted to raise council tax by 4.99 %

It comes after the budget for the next financial year was passed during a Full Council meeting yesterday evening.

It includes a 2.99% rise in the council tax rate, along with an optional 2% to support Adult Social Care.

Sharron Sumner, the single councillor to vote against the budget, recently defected from council leaders the Liberal Democrats to join the Green Party.

The 9 Conservative opposition councillors all abstained.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:21 pm  

A care facility in Tooting has been accused in Parliament of allegedly leaving a patient “bruised and bleeding”



That’s the area’s MP Dr Rosena Allin-Khan, speaking about her father, who suffers from dementia and was cared for at Ensham House.

An investigation by the Met Police says “it was not possible to confirm whether or not the man had been assaulted.

London Care Ltd, who run the facility, say “we have no reason to believe that London Care failed in its duty of care”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 pm  

Teenager taken to hospital after Walton bike lock assault

A teenager has been taken to hospital after being assaulted in Walton with a bike lock.

Police were called to Station Avenue at around 6.30pm on Monday to reports of a disturbance.

A 17-year old boy has been arrested on suspicion of causing actual bodily harm in connection with the altercation.

Police believe the two were known to each other, and are reassuring the community that this appears to have been an isolated incident.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 pm  

A number of people were evacuated from a road in West Ewell earlier following reports of an unexploded bomb

An unidentified piece of metal was found at a building site in Cox Lane at around midday.

The bomb disposal unit attended and decided the item wasn’t suspicious.

The residents have since been returned to their homes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:48 pm  

Two-time F1 world champion Fernando Alonso has become an ambassador and test driver for Woking-based McLaren

The 37 year old left the sport last year and is now taking part in America's Indianapolis 500 instead - also for McLaren.

He says it's "a true honour" to have taken on the role, describing the team as his "spiritual home".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:45 pm  

Two men have been arrested after an elderly woman was robbed in Chertsey

The 79 year old’s arm was broken in the scuffle on Saturday afternoon near the library on Guildford Street.

She was approached from behind and fell to the ground as thieves snatched her handbag.

The men, aged 27 and 30, are currently in police custody.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:06 pm  

The MP for Kingston and Surbiton has published a list of recommendations for South Western Railway.

Lib Dem Sir Ed Davey has written a report to end what he’s calling the train company’s “shocking performance.”

He says Ministers should either sack SWR, or impose a new performance-related contract upon it.

On Network Rail, Sir Ed welcomes recent top management changes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:20 pm  

Martin Clunes has hinted the crime drama "Manhunt" could return.

The series featured on the murder of Amelie Delagrange on Twickenham Green in 2004 and serial killer Levi Bellfield.

The actor played the real life DCI, Colin Sutton.

Martin's told the Mirror his production company's now looking into another case which the Scotland Yard detective also solved.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:02 pm  

Chelsea host Spurs tonight in the Premiership.

Meanwhile Fulham travel to the south coast to take on Southampton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

It’s emerged a homeless man soaked with dirty water at Sutton station is a convicted killer.

Toby Sawyer served five years for the manslaughter of another man in 1999.

Three Southern Railway workers have been suspended following the incident on Sunday afternoon.

Yesterday, Sutton Council staff offered Mr Sawyer accommodation which he refused.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:15 am  

A woman from Claygate who bludgeoned her husband to death is arguing her conviction should be overturned because he was abusive.

Sally Challen killed Richard in 2010 after 31 years of marriage.

Her lawyers want the conviction changed from murder to manslaughter citing new laws on coercive control.

Sally's son, David, says his father's treatment of his mum must be acknowledged.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:51 am  

A woman from Claygate could make history this week.

A woman from Claygate could make history this week.

Lucy Mayer explains how


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:27 am  

The No third runway coalition is urging people to sign a petition to prevent Heathrow from introducing extra flights.

700 more journeys are expected to be made daily when the airport is expanded, which is the equivalent of an additional 25,000 flights a year.

With less than 2 weeks to go, the group is asking people to join them at the High Court on the 11th of March to march against the proposals.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:19 am  

Residents of Dorking, Reigate, Crawley and Gatwick have tweeted reports of an earthquake overnight.

Residents of Dorking, Reigate, Crawley and Gatwick have tweeted reports of an earthquake overnight.

The 3.6 magnitude quake was felt by people at around 3.40 this morning and lasted for around 5 seconds.

It’s thought to have originated near Gatwick but it was felt by residents in West Sussex and the surrounding areas
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:03 am  

Fulham in relegation battle at St Mary's

Fulham are involved in a relegation clash tonight when they travel to fellow strugglers Southampton in the Premier League.

The Cottagers will move to within four points of the Saints with a win at St Mary’s.

Manager Claudio Ranieri says they all know the significance of their remaining 11 matches.



Among the other matches Chelsea take on Tottenham at Stamford Bridge while Crystal Palace entertain Manchester United at Selhurst Park.

Arsenal play Bournemouth and leaders Liverpool host Watford.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:44 am  

Pollution levels fall in Wandsworth

According to New figures Wandsworth’s pollution levels have fallen again for another year.

Initial results from the council’s air quality monitoring stations at seven sites across the borough showed a decrease in harmful pollutants in 2018.

In Putney mean levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) measured on the High Street were 66 micrograms per cubic metre.

The figure was 76 in 2017.

Last year the council revised its five year Air Quality Action plan with more actions to reduce pollution levels.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:07 am  

Tuesday, 26 February 2019

A collection of original Suffragette archive material will be auctioned off tomorrow for an estimated price of £3,000

It was compiled by Isabel Seymour, a prominent Suffragette who worked at the campaign group’s head office as Prisoner's Secretary.

The original pieces, including signed documents, are being auctioned through Catherine Southon Auctioneers.

The collection has been held by a man from Sutton for the past 40 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:07 pm  

A school in Twickenham has once again been rated “outstanding” by Oftsed

Clarendon School was inspected last month.

Highlights of the report included teachers’ understanding of pupils’ individual needs and the school’s curriculum.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:38 pm  

Police have arrested two more people following a violent attack in Staines

Officers were called to Gloucester Crescent in the early hours of Saturday to reports of a fight between a group of men.

They were reported to have baseball bats and knives.

A 27 year old man was taken to hospital with a wound to his chest and back.

The two arrests bring the total number of people being questioned to three, all of whom have been released on bail.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:24 pm  

Parliament could get to decide whether to block a no-deal Brexit or to delay the entire process.

Theresa May says she'll give MPs votes on those scenarios if her withdrawal deal doesn't get their backing by the 12th of March.

MP for Putney Justine Greening says it's not good enough.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri says goalkeeper Kepa could be dropped for tomorrow night's game with Tottenham, after refusing to be substituted in the League Cup final.

The Spaniard's apologised to the club and Chelsea have fined him a week's wages.

Sarri says it's a difficult situation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

South East Coast Ambulance Service has seen its best ever scores in the annual NHS Staff Survey published today.

The Trust saw its highest ever response rate with 53% of staff completing the survey compared to a sector average of 49%.

Areas of improvement included in the themes of safety culture, morale and quality of care.

The number of staff who would recommend SECAmb as a place to work has also risen nearly 20%

The Trust says it recognises it still has a lot of work ahead to continue to further increase staff satisfaction and improvements to patient care.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Kew Gardens has beaten Teddington and West Wales to be crowned today’s top temperature location at 21.2C

Teddington had originally broken records for England earlier with a temperature of 20.7C.

The UK’s winter record was also smashed for the second day in a row in Wales with a top temp of 20.8C recorded in Porthmadog.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:16 pm  

Bailiffs have turned up at a site near Heathrow to evict a group of people who have been squatting there in protest at expansion.

The group on the derelict site in Sipson have been there since 2010 and even formed a community garden.

High Court enforcement officers and police arrived to clear the area earlier today,

The land is privately owned and protesters say they plan to remain "indefinitely".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:14 pm  

Teddington’s broken records today.

It’s been declared the warmest point in London alongside Northolt, with temperatures hitting 20.7C.

The UK’s winter record has been smashed for the second day in a row with a top temp of 20.8C recorded in Porthmadog in Wales.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:06 pm  

The number of people sleeping rough in Sutton has increased.

The council has released its homelessness figures in response to an incident involving a man sleeping rough outside Sutton station.

He had dirty water poured around him as he lay on the street on Sunday afternoon prompting the suspension of two Southern workers.

Sutton Council says it found homes for 280 homeless households in 2015; as of this week, the figure has risen to 621.

SPEAR, a charity paid to work with rough sleepers on its behalf, is currently supporting 19 rough sleepers in Sutton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

A woman is missing from Tooting.



24 year old Harini Payagala was last seen wearing black tracksuit bottoms and a pink hoodie,

She travels widely across London on public transport and could be in Golders Green.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:21 pm  

Hammersmith and Fulham Council has spent more than £130,000 on hosting ceremonies over the past three years.

The figures have been revealed in a report by the Taxpayers’ Alliance.

Over £6 million was spent by authorities nationally.

Examples included business awards, foster carer awards ceremonies and talent competitions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Wisley Gardens re-opened this morning after it was forced to close all day yesterday.

The RHS apologised for the inconvenience after a problem with a water main.

The closure caused a number of problems on the A3 and M25 with visitors queuing to get in before being turned away.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:48 pm  

Police sealed off an area of Hounslow this morning.

It was following reports a woman was being held against her will.

Cordons were put in place around a property in Tivoli Road.

Officers say the woman has been led to safety and a man in his 30s was arrested on suspicion of false imprisonment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:24 pm  

Refurbishment of two tower blocks in Fulham could cost more than £16 million.

The Council is recommending demolishing Hartopp and Lannoy Points instead.

51 of the 112 properties are already empty after tenants were found alternative accommodation.

They were moved after a report highlighted fire safety concerns.

A public consultation is due to take place on the matter of demolishing the blocks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:57 pm  

Leaders in Croydon have set out plans for the borough to invest in services that matter most to residents.

The council is pledging to protect frontline services and support the most vulnerable, as well as continuing to invest in the future of Croydon.

There will be a council tax increase of 4.88% which is an increase of £1.54 a week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:04 pm  

A pair of tower blocks in Fulham could be demolished.



Hammersmith and Fulham Council is to consult residents living at Hartopp and Lannoy Points about the proposal.

Initial surveys of the ageing blocks highlighted fire safety concerns.

But a new report is now recommending the council either strengthens the blocks or demolish them as soon as practicable.

A statement from H&F council says "safety comes first."


“Residents’ safety always comes first and we think the safest option is to demolish Hartopp and Lannoy,” says Cllr Lisa Homan, H&F Cabinet Member for Housing.

Residents are the first to get the survey results and we will now hold a detailed consultation with them about whether to demolish the blocks.

We’ve been completely open with residents about our survey findings and involved them in every aspect of the review of the two blocks.

We intend to continue to do things with, not to, residents.

The expert advice is for the time being the blocks remain safe for residents to live in, and we will continue to keep the additional fire safety measures in place for as long as they are needed.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 am  

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri says Kepa's refusal to be substituted in the League Cup final has now been dealt with - as far as he's concerned.

The Spaniard has apologised for his behaviour to Sarri and his team-mates, and he's been fined a week's wages over the 'misunderstanding'.

Former England goalkeeper David Seaman tells Sky Sports News he's mystified by the whole thing.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:17 am  

The University of Surrey has paired up with a cybersecurity consultancy group to uncover threats to satellites.

A new hub will be created which will tap resources from the Surrey Space Centre to create “high-impact” research.

The new scheme will allow students to better understand the changing nature of the satellite cyber-attack surface.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:16 am  

Heathrow has announced it has signed a landmark deal with airlines worth hundreds of millions of pounds.

It comes after months of negotiations and is expected to deliver significant benefits for passengers to drive investment.

The agreement means the airport will establish a new growth incentive that will increase traveller numbers ahead of expansion.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:16 am  

Reigate and Banstead's MP wants "no-deal" Brexit option left open

There's growing pressure on Theresa May to rule out a no-deal Brexit.

Three of her ministers are threatening to support a fresh attempt to delay our departure from the EU if there's no agreement in place by March the 13th.

But pro-Brexit Conservative MPs like Crispin Blunt, the MP for Reigate and Banstead, want to keep the no-deal option.



The Prime Minister will update Parliament later.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:15 am  

Both Wandsworth and Hammersmith and Fulham has been named as a “cut hotspots” due to their drop in funding to children’s services. They’ve both seen a fall of around 40% since 2010.

Funding for children's services on average has fallen by one third per child in England over the last nine years.

Leading charities say councils face a £3 billion funding gap by 2025 which is leading to centres shutting down.

The government says it's made £200 billion available for authorities up until next year
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:31 am  

Chelsea have fined goalkeeper Kepa a week's wages after he refused to be substituted in the League Cup final

The Spaniard has also apologised to manager Maurizio Sarri following the incident at Wembley on Sunday where they lost on penalties to Manchester City.

The money will be donated to the Chelsea Foundation charity.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:09 am  

Monday, 25 February 2019

Dramatic footage shows a British Airways plane hit by heavy winds flying erratically over Gibraltar

The airline says the pilots decided to divert to nearby Malaga where it landed safely after taking off from Heathrow this morning.

Eli Hassett was among those on board and says it's a journey he does every week.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 pm  

A community charity is set to take over the running of Surrey’s Performing Arts Library

It’s under proposals to give the service “a new lease of life while also saving money for taxpayers.”

Charity NewSPAL would manage the collection for a transition period before Cabinet decides whether to make the transfer permanent

The council says transferring the service to the new charity would “provide the opportunity to re-invigorate the collection.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:19 pm  

A 55-year-old man has gone missing from Croydon



Fausto Herrera Hidalgo was last seen on Saturday leaving a hospital in Croydon at 9.30am.

Police say he also has links to Sutton and Newham.

Anyone who sees Fausto is being asked not to approach him but to contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:41 pm  

Sutton Council releases statement after Claims train staff dowsed a homeless man with dirty water

The statement read:

We are deeply shocked and concerned for the welfare of the individual in this video.

Urgent enquiries have been made, and we can confirm steps are underway to offer the individual our full assistance through social welfare and housing support.

We are in touch with Govia Thameslink and assisting them in making contact with the individual so that they can apologise on behalf of their employees.

Sutton is supporting an ever increasing number of homeless people, in common with councils across the country, especially in London.

In April 2015, Sutton Council found homes for 280 homeless households.

As of this week, the figure has risen to 621 households so far this year.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 pm  

People living in the wealthiest parts of Chelsea are to be asked if they want to pay more council tax

The council says it’s going to consult residents in the highest tax band H if they’d agree to a higher contribution.

The authority wants to set up a charitable fund that it hopes will be “positively received.”

It says the borough is diverse, ranging from some of the wealthiest households in the country to some of the most deprived areas.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:39 pm  

A fire at a bedsit in Thornton Heath is believed to have been caused by a hot plate.

Smoke alarms alerted four people to the blaze in Melfort Road yesterday afternoon.

Around half of a first floor of the property was damaged by fire.

Fire fighters are looking into the theory a hot plate was left on.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Today saw the start of Fair Trade Fortnight.

Richmond council is taking the opportunity to reaffirm its commitment to the cause.

A new Committee is looking for residents to put forward ideas on how to encourage and foster the use of fair trade products.

If you wish to be a part of the new Steering Committee, you can go to the council website for more details.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:34 pm  

The Adult Social Services department for Richmond and Wandsworth councils has been shortlisted for a national award.

They’re nominated for a prize that recognises teams that have responded to financial challenges by developing alternative models.

The department supports 6,500 service users across both boroughs and provides a range of advice and help to support them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:32 pm  

James Key is to take up his new role as McLaren’s technical director next month.

It’s after the team reached a deal with his former employer Toro Rosso.

The Woking team signed him last year but the 46-year-old was still under contract to Red Bull and couldn’t start work.

He will now be in place in time for the second race in Bahrain.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

A Londoner faces years in prison after being convicted of kidnapping, assaulting and robbing a man in Woking.

37 year old Dwayne Lothian is the third man to be convicted of the attack on Aman Khan in Sheerwater two years ago.

He was kidnapped and stabbed in a car suffering wounds to his hands and legs, broken cheek bones and nose.

Lothian had denied involved claiming he was in south-east London buying dog food for his mother.

But a police investigation was able to place Lothian's phone in the car with the other two attackers.

He will be sentenced in April.

A fourth attacker has so far not been identified.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:06 pm  

Sutton Council will hold its next Budget meeting tonight.

Open to the public, the agenda will include a Q&A and all 54 councillors will be in attendance.

The council has forewarned that no decisions will be made regarding the parking consultation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

Claims train staff dowsed a homeless man with dirty water outside Sutton Station are being investigated by British Transport Police.

Two Southern Rail workers have been suspended after footage of the alleged incident was posted online.

Communities Secretary James Brokenshire has described it as "shocking."

He says he's writing to the operator so it's dealt with "swiftly and effectively".

A Sutton Council spokesperson said:

“We are deeply shocked and concerned for the welfare of the individual in this video.

“Urgent enquiries have been made, and we can confirm that steps are underway to offer the individual our full assistance through social welfare and housing support.

"We are in touch with Govia Thameslink and are assisting them in making contact with the individual so that they can apologise on behalf of their employees who we understand have been suspended pending full investigation.

“Sutton is supporting an ever increasing number of homeless people, in common with councils across the country, especially in London. In April 2015, Sutton Council found homes for 280 homeless households. As of this week, the figure has risen to 621 households so far this year..

“Likewise, the number of people sleeping rough in the borough, whilst low by London standards, has increased in recent years. Our official rough sleeper count, used by the Government to allocate funding, is 5, having increased from 3 last year. SPEAR, a South West London charity that we pay to work with rough sleepers on our behalf, is currently supporting 19 rough sleepers in Sutton. The funding we receive from the Government to support people under our obligations set out in the Homelessness Act is inadequate.

“Sky-high rents in London are simply unaffordable for people out of work or on low incomes. More and more families are facing eviction by private sector landlords. The chronic lack of affordable and social housing is a nationwide problem which requires a government-led response.

“We cannot comment on individual cases but always want to speak to any resident at risk of, or currently, rough-sleeping. Please come and see us at our Civic or Sutton Gate offices to see how we can help.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:46 pm  

An 83 year old man is to complete an abseil of Portsmouth’s famous Spinnaker Tower.



John Edwards has taken on the challenge in aid of Princess Alice Hospice in Esher.

The rugby player says of the 100 metre descent on April the 20th “I felt I wanted to get out and do something while I still could.”

His aim is to raise at least £1,200 in memory of his sister-in-law Mary Hall, who was cared for at the Hospice until her death in 2001.

His nephew Graham Blunden was also cared for there.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Surrey’s Police and Crime Commissioner has donned a spit guard to show his support for the controversial garments.

The mesh guards, which are placed around suspect’s heads, are now being carried by officers.

But critics say they are “cruel and degrading.”

However David Munro says its right that forces including Surrey have use of them.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:20 pm  

Wisley Gardens says it hopes to re-open tomorrow after a fault with a water main closed it today.



The RHS apologised for the inconvenience after first delaying the opening and then making the decision to keep the site shut.

The closure caused a number of problems on the A3 and M25 with visitors queuing to get in before being turned away.

The RHS is advising all visitors to check the website tomorrow for an update before setting off.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

MP Tom Brake says he's horrified by incident concerning Southern Railway staff at Sutton station

Southern Rail has suspended two members of staff after a homeless man was soaked with dirty water outside Sutton station.

The incident was caught on camera yesterday afternoon.

It shows a member of staff pouring the water around him as he lay on the ground in what was thought to be an attempt to move him on.

MP for Carshalton and Wallington Tom Brake says efforts are being made to find the man.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:47 pm  

Police have named a man killed when a tree fell on the car he was a passenger in near the Runnymede Roundabout.

46 year old Saxon Bowes-Crick from Haywards Heath died in the incident on the afternoon of Sunday, February the 17th.

The inquest into his death has been opened and adjourned.

His family do not wish to make any further comment.

Four other people in the car at the time were taken to hospital and treated for minor injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:33 pm  

The Prime Minister has congratulated Olivia Colman on her first ever Oscars win.

Theresa May's tweeted to say the 45 year old and the other UK winners are "great ambassadors for British culture on the global stage."

She took home Best Actress for her portrayal of Queen Anne in "The Favourite" which was largely filmed at Hampton Court Palace.

Best Picture went to "Green Book" while Rami Malek won Best Actor for his portrayal of Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody.

Director Dexter Fletcher says he was surprised at just how well the biopic was received.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Southern Rail has suspended two members of staff after a homeless man was soaked with dirty water outside Sutton station.

Southern Rail has suspended two members of staff after a homeless man was soaked with dirty water outside Sutton station.

The incident was caught on camera yesterday afternoon.

It shows a member of staff pouring the water around him as he lay on the ground in what was thought to be an attempt to move him on.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:31 pm  

Former South Africa batsman AB de Villiers will play for Middlesex in this summer's T20 Blast.

The 35-year-old has signed up for the group matches, starting in July, but is also available for the tournament's latter stages.

De Villiers retired from international cricket last year having scored more than 20,000 runs in all three formats.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:24 pm  

Former England goalkeeper Chris Kirkland thinks Maurizio Sarri's days as Chelsea manager are numbered.

The under pressure Stamford Bridge boss faces questions about his influence after his goalkeeper Kepa refused to be subsituted during their League Cup defeat yesterday.

Kirkland tells Sky Sports News Sarri's future at the club doesn't look good.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Former Chelsea defender Mario Melchiot thinks key players should have prevented the substitution drama in the League Cup final.

Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa refused to be taken off as the game headed for a penalty shoot out which was won by Manchester City.

Melchiot was asked by Sky Sports News if such an incident would've happened with John Terry as captain?


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Wisley Gardens has been forced to close for the day due to a fault with a water main.

The RHS has apologised for the inconvenience and says it hopes to re-open tomorrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:25 pm  

Footage has emerged online of a rail worker in Sutton throwing dirty water around a homeless man lying on the floor and prodding him with a mop.

Southern Rail has launched an investigation after a homeless man was soaked with dirty water outside Sutton station.

The incident was caught on camera yesterday afternoon.

It’s alleged a member of staff poured the mop and bucket water over him as he lay on the ground in an attempt to move him on.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:21 am  

The Lib Dem leader and Twickenham MP has called the decision to delay the vote on Brexit “wickedly irresponsible”.

Sir Vince Cable has condemned Theresa May's choice to stall it, yet again on the basis that it will cause 'immense damage'.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 am  

Heathrow airport has been criticised by carriers for benefiting its shareholders at the expense of passengers.

BA and Iberia are calling on the Government to cap the amount people are charged for traveling through the airport.

It comes after it was revealed last week- the hub paid out £500 million in shareholder dividends in 2018.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:13 am  

British actress Olivia Colman was the shock winner of the Best Actress award at the Oscars for her role in the favourite - which was filmed at Hampton Court Palace.

Olivia Colman's revealed she never expected to win her Best Actress Oscar for The Favourite.

And after receiving her trophy, the British star joked about where she would put it.



Rami Malek won Best Actor for his portrayal of Freddie Mercury in biopic Bohemian Rhapsody.

Mahershala Ali won his second Oscar, for Best Supporting Actor in Green Book, which also won Best Film.

While Regina King won Best Supporting Actress for If Beale Street Could Talk.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 am  

Chelsea fail in League Cup bid

Chelsea weren't able to prevent Manchester City from retaining the League Cup in a dramatic final.

They lost 4-3 on penalties after goalkeeper Kepa appeared to refuse to be substituted in injury time at Wembley.

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri was initially angry but says there was a misunderstanding.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:13 am  

Two men charged with Battersea murder

Two men are due in court today charged with the murder of Lejean Richards in Battersea.

Both men were arrested on Saturday and it follows investigations into the fatal stabbing of the 19-year-old in Westbridge Road on Tuesday, February the 5th.

23 year old Roy Reyes-Nieves and eighteen-year-old Roger Reyes-Nieves will appear at Bromley Magistrates’ Court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 am  

Sunday, 24 February 2019

Victim of a fatal attack is named

A 23-year-old who was fatally stabbed last week has been named.

Glendon Spence from Lewisham was attacked in Brixton on Thursday evening in what police called a "premeditated, targeted attack".

Ten people have been killed in knife attacks this year.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:43 pm  

84% of people living in Hounslow are happy with the area. That's according to the bi-annual Council's Residents Survey.

The research found that residents' council satisfaction was up by 8% on previous data, now reaching 72%.

Nearly 90% of those surveyed agreed people from different backgrounds get on well together in the borough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:17 pm  

A woman from Croydon has had heirloom jewellery stolen in a burglary



The items above were taken during a break-in on Thursday.

She also had two laptops, two iPhones and an iPad stolen.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:47 am  

The mother of a teenager murdered in Streatham 10 years ago speaks about her fear of never getting justice

Campaigners say legal changes after the Stephen Lawrence murder case have allowed them to get justice.

Today marks 20 years since a report recommended scrapping double jeopardy laws in England and Wales - meaning someone can go on trial again, even if they've previously been acquitted.

In 2009, that meant the killer of Cassandra McDermott could be convicted, after he'd originally been found not guilty.

Cassandra's mother Jennifer feared they'd never get justice.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:48 am  

A new inquest into the death of a soldier from Princes Royal Barracks

An new inquest into the death of a soldier from Princes Royal Barracks will begin on Tuesday.

Private Gray was found dead at Deepcut barracks in Surrey in September 2001.

The 17-year-old died from two gunshot wounds to his head during guard duty in September 2001.

Like with the other trainees the original inquest ruled that Private Gray had committed suicide.

In November 2017 a high court ruled that this inquest should be quashed.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:21 am  

Hampton Court's The Favourite up for 10 Oscar nominations

The stars of stage and screen will be out in force in LA tonight.

The 91st Academy Awards, better known as The Oscars, are back in town.

British film The Favourite, which was filmed at Hampton Court Palace, is up for 10 awards.

We’ve spoken to Palace curator Matthew Storey ahead of tonight’s ceremony.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:55 am  

Back-to-back wins for Harlequins at the Twickenham Stoop


A beautiful sunny day with blue skies greeted the fans of rugby at the Twickenham Stoop. Such was the unusually warm temperatures that ice-cream was bring eaten around the grounds.

Bristol Bears were the visitors and they were looking for their first win on the road this season in the Gallagher Premiership. The hosts Harlequins aiming to improve on their strong performance last week.

When these two teams last met back in September in the reverse fixture, Harlequins came off second-best with three yellow cards assisting in their defeat.

Round 14 got underway with both teams testing each other; 5 minutes into the match came the first scrum. Quins looked strong. Bristol were defending well but were penalised for not rolling away after tackle. Marcus Smith failed to make best use of this opportunity for the hosts and sliced the ball into touch; the line-out still outside the opposition 22.

Quins secured the ball and formed a maul but after movement stagnated, Bristol were able to gain the upper hand and earned a scrum.

The visitors passed quickly with ball in hand as Quins were penalised for straying off-side. Their fly-half Callum Sheedy slipped through the home defence and placed a superb grubber kick for a chase. The Bears were unable to score at first opportunity but sent the ball to the far wing where fall-back Charles Piutau crossed for a try in the 11th minute. The conversion was added: Harlequins 0 – 7 Bristol Bears.

The re-start ball was kicked long by Quins and gathered confidently by Bristol. The hosts, however, were quick on the defence and turned over the ball at the break-down; another kick through, this time from Joe Marchant, allowing Ross Chisholm to ground the ball to bring Quins back into the game. Marcus Smith’s conversion kick was not pretty but somehow the ball curved between the posts to level the scores: Harlequins 7 – 7 Bristol Bears (15 minutes).

It was turning into a fierce game where each time one side got a sprint going, they looked threatening. Bristol quickly made it back into the Harlequins’ 22. They again worked the try-line before scoring in the far corner (Alapati Leiua - 18 minutes). Unconverted. Harlequins 7 – 12 Bristol Bears.


Marcus Smith sent the re-start ball into the opposition 22. Gradually the Bears tested the defence before box-kicking. The high ball was challenged by both teams, Bristol coming away with the rewards. A miss-pass, however, was knocked-on handing a scrum to the hosts. Quins pushed up to the opposition 22 but lost possession to a turnover during the breakdown.

The hosts were determined to win it back and just a few phases later stole back the ball before Marcus Smith kicked for a chase to the line. Bristol gathered but ran straight into touch handing Quins an attacking 10-metre line-out. They secured the ball well and formed a maul before breaking away; Smith selling a dummy pass and crossing the whitewash (24 minutes). He converted his own try. Harlequins 14 – 12 Bristol Bears.

Play settled down after the visitors were penalised for straying offside. This time Smith gained distance on his kick and placed a line-out on the opposition 22. The hosts retained possession but Bristol were defending strongly.

Quick hands from Alex Dombrandt fed Elia Elia. He passed back to Ross Chisholm who was tackled short of the try-line. Despite this he maintained his composure and was able to offload to Mike Brown who jumped over the mass of bodies to score the try. It was unconverted. Harlequins 19 – 12 Bristol Bears (31 minutes).

Possession changed sides through forced box-kicks and hard-hitting tackles.
Quins turned over the ball at the breakdown, kicked the ball back but in another sloppy pass, Bristol fumbled the ball. Ben Glynn gathered the loose ball for the hosts but with tacklers in hot pursuit selflessly passed to Joe Marchant whose pace pulled him away from the chasing pack to finish off the try. Marcus Smith converted. Harlequins 26 – 12 Bristol Bears 35 minutes.

In a similar situation to last week’s game against Worcester Warrior, Harlequins had secured a try bonus point before half time.

A knock-on ended the first half.

Half-Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 26 – 12 Bristol Bears

‘Harlequins’ chants resonated around the Twickenham Stoop at the start of the second half. Bristol were putting in some strong defensive tackles; with a double tackle on Jack Clifford. He bore it well and the hosts continued to recycle the ball before a knock-on handed a scrum to Bristol just outside their own 22.

For the first time this game, the scrum required multiple re-sets. Bristol pushed on into Quins’ territory before the hosts were penalised, allowing the visitors to kick for another set-piece. The Bears retained possession and pushed to the 5-metre line before the referee Tom Foley awarded advantage and blew for a penalty.

Bristol took it quickly but the hosts were alert and defended well, turning over possession. Harlequins then box-kicked into touch to a round of applause from their fans who acknowledged the strong defensive effort.

James Lang and Lewis Boyce came on the pitch in place of Marcus Smith and Joe Marler (49 minutes).

The line-out once again went to the Bears who tested the defence severely. Quins were up to the task and won a scrum after their strong tackles and challenges at the breakdown caused Bristol to spill the ball forward. Quins box-kicked but failed to find touch.

There were turnovers from both sides as Quins pushed to the opposition 22 before losing the ball. Bristol, however, again knocked on through the continued aggression from the hosts.

Another unforced error from Bristol and another knock-on handed possession back to the hosts. At this point James Chisholm joined the play (55 minutes).

Quins recycled the ball quickly but were stripped under tackle. Bristol then kicked on and chased the ball before it strolled into touch for a Quins’ defensive line-out 10 metres from their own line. They gathered and formed a maul before the forwards put on a defensive effort allowing James Lang to box-kick to safety.

The Bears were again picking up the pace but penalised for a forward pass.

Dave Ward came on in place of Elia Elia (59 minutes).

Quins secured the scrum and kicked long downfield, choosing to pin Bristol in the opposition half of the pitch.

‘Come on you Quins’ sang out around the Twickenham Stoop as Bristol were forced to send the ball high. The hosts gathered before sending it back. This simply gave Bristol a free run at the ground at their fly-half Callum Sheedy ran half the field to score a try: Harlequins 26 – 19 Bristol Bears (61 minutes).

More game changers for Quins as Dave Lewis and George Merrick entered the contest.

Bristol Bears were penalised for obstruction. The hosts placed the ball in touch for another set-piece. Despite a strong challenge, Harlequins retained possession before being awarded another penalty. They pushed up to the 22; secured line-out ball and wasted an opportunity as a cross-field kick was gathered safely by the Bears who called the mark and sent play back into Quins’ territory.

Ben Tapuai off, Francis Saili on (66 minutes).

Another penalty was awarded to Quins and James Lang neatly split the posts, extending the lead: Harlequins 29 – 19 Bristol Bears.

A successful set-piece for the hosts saw them gather line-out ball and this time they sent it to the centres rather than force a maul. Progress was slow until James Chisholm got hold of the ball and dragged some tacklers along behind him. The ball was recycled to Nathan Earle who darted for the corner, scoring Quins’ 5th try of the game (76th minute). James Lang added the conversion: Harlequins 36 – 19 Bristol Bears.

Quins gathered the re-start ball well but handling issues handed a scrum to the visitors. With only 1 minute left on the clock, Bristol sensed a bonus-point try was achievable. A cheeky chip through the defence allowed Bristol to chase and Alapati Leiua achieved a brace and
secured the fourth try they so desperately needed. Converted.

Full-Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 36 – 26 Bristol Bears

Attendance: 13, 167

Harlequins

15 Mike Brown, 14 Nathan Earle, 13 Joe Marchant, 12 Ben Tapuai, 11 Ross Chisholm, 10 Marcus Smith, 9 Charlie Mulchrone, 1 Joe Marler, 2 Elia Elia, 3 Will Collier, 4 Ben Glynn, 5 James Horwill (CC), 6 Jack Clifford, 7 Chris Robshaw (CC), 8 Alex Dombrandt

Game Changers

16 Dave Ward, 17 Lewis Boyce, 18 Phil Swainston, 19 George Merrick, 20 James Chisholm, 21 Dave Lewis, 22 James Lang, 23 Francis Saili

Bristol Bears

15 Charles Piutau, 14 Luke Daniels, 13 Piers O’Connor, 12 Siale Piutau (CC), 11 Alapati Leiua, 10 Callum Sheedy, 9 Harry Randall, 1 Jake Woolmore, 2 Sam Parry, 3 John Afoa, 4 Joe Batley, 5 Chris Vui, 6 Steven Luatua, 7 George Smith, 8 Jordan Crane (CC)

Replacements

16 Harry Thacker, 17 Yann Thomas, 18 Lewis Thiede, 19 Nick Haining, 20 Dan Thomas, 21 Andy Uren, 22 Ian Madigan, 23 Mat Protheroe

Referee: Tom Foley
Assistant Referees: Hamish Smales and Wayne Falla
TMO: Trevor Fisher

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