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Saturday, 16 March 2019

England were spared a humiliating defeat in their final match of rugby union's Six Nations


They threw away a 31-nil lead to trail 38-31 late in the game with Scotland.

But George Ford came to the rescue - scoring and converting a try - as it finished 38-all at Twickenham.

Head coach Eddie Jones says it highlights a recurring problem.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:45 pm  

A former MP is going to give a talk about his time in prison.

Jonathan Aitken, the MP for South Thanet, was convicted of perjury in 1999 and received an 18-month prison sentence.

He served seven months.

The newly-ordained prison chaplain will address the public at St Mary Magdalene Church in Wandsworth on March the 20th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:45 pm  

Police are appealing for witnesses to a stabbing in Isleworth Friday afternoon.

The incident happened outside West Thames College just after 3 pm.

A teenage boy was taken to hospital suffering from stab wounds, which are not life-threatening.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:54 pm  

Richmond Council has launched its Friendly Parks accessible activity programme to encourage people to get out and about over the spring and summer months.

Barnes Green, Ham Village Green and Heathfield Recreation Ground are where the free events will take place.

All have pathways suitable for wheelchair and walking aid users.

Activities will all go ahead regardless of the weather and booking is not necessary.

For more information visit the Council’s website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:50 pm  

Works are about to get underway that will enable cyclists to take a short cut along Roehampton High Street.

A cycling contraflow scheme is being introduced which will allow riders to travel in both directions along this one-way street.

The contraflow will apply from its junction with Dover House Road to Roehampton Lane.

The route will form part of Transport for London’s Quietway 21 which links Wandsworth Common to Teddington.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:43 pm  

Police have released details of a man that they are seeking following a fatal stabbing in Fulham last night.

A 29-year-old man was stabbed during a fight just after midnight on Gowan Avenue near the junction of Munster Road.

Police say that they are particularly keen to trace a light-skinned black male, approximately 6ft tall who was seen near the scene at the time of the incident.

Anyone with information should call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:21 pm  

Mental health support to schools in Richmond will be extended thanks to a £50,000 boost.

The money will be used for a mental health consultant to support teachers and school staff for another year.

The trial consultant post was a success in identifying the mental and emotional needs of pupils.

It’s hoped that this will continue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:54 pm  

People have gathered outside Tooting Broadway station to honour the victims of a shooting in New Zealand yesterday

The group are holding banners saying “United Against Extremism” and “Love for All, Hatred for None”.

A 28-year-old man has appeared in court, after yesterday's mass-shooting at two mosques left 49 people dead.

The suspect is facing one count of murder, but more charges are expected.

Police say his family's co-operating with them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:14 am  

Kingston’s Lib Dem Council leader says she would love to see a woman take on the party

Twickenham MP Sir Vince Cable announced on Thursday that he would stand down as leader in a few months’ time at the age of 75.

Kingston and Surbiton’s MP Sir Ed Davey is being hotly tipped to take over the role.

While Council leader Liz Green backs him, she’s also throwing her support behind Jo Swinson.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

A man has been stabbed to death after a fight in Fulham

Police were called to Gowan Avenue at the junction with Munster Road around thirty minutes after midnight.

Members of the public tried treating the 29 year old, but he was pronounced dead at the scene just before 1am.

There have been no arrests so far.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:37 am  

Wandsworth Council gets power to evict on public land.

Wandsworth Council has new legal powers from the High Court which will help them clear unauthorised occupation of public spaces.

The injunction covers green open spaces, council owned car parks and local housing estates and allows the Council to clear out anyone camping without having to apply for an eviction order.

It means that illegal users can be moved on more quickly with less damage and cost to taxpayers.

The injunction will last for three months until a further hearing is held at Court to make it permanent.

Similar powers are already used in Sutton and Croydon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:41 am  

Sutton trader is sentenced for fake children's costumes.

A Sutton woman who traded in counterfeit children’s costumes has been given a six month prison sentence, suspended for 18 months.

Anna Karetnikova sold on eBay and Amazon under the name OsbourneShop2015.

A search of her home by Trading Standards in 2017 found 1,200 costumes and more than 100 electrical chargers.

The fake goods, which were bought from China and did not comply with safety rules, were seized.

The mother of two was also ordered to do 100 hours of unpaid work.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:41 am  

Man dies of stab wounds in Fulham

A man has died of stab wounds after he was found injured in Fulham on Gowan Avenue at the junction with Munster Road.

Police were called just before 12.30 this morning to reports of a fight in progress.

The man who is believed to be 29 years old was being tended by members of the public before the police and ambulance arrived.

He got further treatment from medics, but was pronounced dead at the scene just before 1 am.

A crime scene is in place and police are asking anyone with information to contact them on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:36 am  

Friday, 15 March 2019

Two men have been charged with drug dealing in Ewell.

Police stopped a car in Kingston Road last Friday.

28 year old Razzac Alleybe and 19 year old Emmanuel Egbor have been charged with possession with intent to supply class A and B drugs.

Other charges included driving while disqualified, possession of an offensive weapon and carrying a bladed article.

They’ve been remanded in custody and will appear at Guildford Crown Court next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:07 pm  

A house in Staines has been granted a full Closure Order following reports of anti-social behaviour and drug dealing.

The property in Gloucester Road was used to distribute illegal drugs, which police say led to anti-social behaviour and violent crime.

The property will remain closed until the 13th of June.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 pm  

Another Wet Wipe Count is being planned for the Thames later this month.

Last year, over 5,000 were cleared, the largest concentration of wet wipes ever recorded.

New data shows that, despite regular clearance, these mounds are growing and changing shape.

The event on Saturday, March the 23rd, is open to volunteers and will take place at Hammersmith Bridge.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:09 pm  

Developers trying to build on a little piece of New Malden’s music history have gone back to the drawing board.

Fairview wants to create a number of new homes on the former Prince of Wales pub and Homebase site in Kingston Road.

Eric Clapton headlined there in the 70s, and a number of Homebase stores are closing following monetary problems.

The re-development plans have been revised following the original public consultation in October.

They’ll go on display on March the 26th at St John’s Church in Kingston Road opposite the site.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Kingston's Council leader lends message of support to people worshipping at Kingston's Mosque

A man has been charged with murder after 49 people were killed in shootings at two mosques in New Zealand.

The attacks happened in Christchurch with the country's Prime Minister describing it as one of its "darkest days".

Kingston’s Council leader Liz Green has this message of solidarity for those who worship at the town’s Mosque.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

An over 65s community is going to be built on surplus land at Epsom Hospital.

The current site, which has been sold off by the Trust, contains derelict buildings that won’t be needed in the future.

Bosses say the move “delivers on the commitment made to sell the land for a social care use rather than just solely residential housing.”

There will also be the ability for NHS patients to access some of the accommodation in the development if needed.

The build will unlock in excess of £15 million of investment into existing buildings at Epsom Hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Hounslow's statement on New Zealand mosque attacks

Following the news of the attacks on two mosques in New Zealand, Cllr Steve Curran, Leader of Hounslow Council, said:

“Today’s heart-breaking news highlights a tragic, cowardly and savage attack on people wishing to practice their religion in peace in Christchurch, New Zealand, and I echo the Prime Ministers of both New Zealand and Australia in describing this as a terrorist attack carried out by an extreme right-wing violent terrorist whose aim is to divide and destroy the diversity we celebrate in our country.

“On behalf of the council and all our residents, we send our heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims and the injured.

“Terrorism has no borders or religion, and we will continue to work closely with our diverse communities to further build resilience to extremist narratives that could lead to such acts. We will also offer our support for those affected by the tragedy.

“We all need to remain vigilant and alert to potentially extremist activity in the borough and, where necessary, contact the police on 999 or the Counter Terrorism Hotline on 0800 789 321. We have been assured of highly visible policing around mosques across London today, but our vigilance should be maintained whether going to a place of worship or otherwise.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

550 sub-postmasters have won a High Court case against the Post Office over an IT glitch that led to some facing bankruptcy and even jail.

Their on-going battle alleges the Horizon computer system was to blame for issues that meant some were wrongly accused of stealing.

Nearly £75,000 was found missing from the branch in West Byfleet where Seema Misra worked.

She was pregnant at the time, and was sentenced to 15 months in prison.



The Post Office says improvements to culture and practises have been made.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:12 pm  

Surrey Police response to New Zealand terrorist attack

Following the terrorist attack in New Zealand, Surrey Police neighbourhood officers are visiting mosques across the county and will be providing reassurance and advice to our communities.

Chief Superintendent Neil Honnor, Head of the Surrey and Sussex Joint Operations Command said; "We stand together with our Muslim communities and all those shocked and horrified by this terrorist attack in New Zealand.

“Today in Surrey and Sussex we are stepping up reassurance patrols around mosques and increasing engagement with communities of all faiths, giving advice on how people and places can protect themselves.

“Places of worship can also use our online training package ‘ACT Awareness eLearning’ for advice on Protective Security and how to react should the worst happen.

"We also encourage everyone to be aware of our Run, Hide, Tell advice."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri's got his wish of not having to face his former club Napoli until at least the final of the Europa League.

His current side will meet Slavia Prague in the quarter-finals, and either Eintracht Frankfurt or Benfica in the semis.

Arsenal will take on Napoli in the last-eight, with Villarreal or Valencia their potential opponents in the last-four.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Kingston Council says it is saving Shopmobility from closure.

Earlier this week staff were told they were being made redundant at the end of the month.

The service provides scooters and wheelchairs so people with limited mobility can get around the town centre.

Users wanted a similar scheme to the one set up in Staines, which is open full time.

Lib Dem Council leader Liz Green says they’ll be looking to run Kingston's Shopmobility with volunteers rather than closing it.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:48 pm  

Statement from the Mayor of Croydon and the Leader of Croydon Council on the New Zealand terror attacks

"The terror attacks at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, have shocked and saddened us all. Our thoughts are with those who lost their lives, their loved ones and those who have been injured.

As a mark of respect, the town hall flag is flying at half-mast.

Horrific acts like this aim to create fear, distrust and discord, but we stand together with all our communities and hate will never divide us. In Croydon we are proud of our many faiths, cultures and communities and I believe this makes us all richer and stronger.

Later today we will be attending Croydon Mosque to stand in solidarity with our Muslim community."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:17 pm  

Two men from Esher and Great Bookham have been sentenced in connection with a series of keyless car thefts.

The thefts saw up to £250,000 worth of cars, including BMWs and a Jaguar, taken from driveways across Surrey and South West London.

20 year old Charlie Flint pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to steal motor vehicles and sentenced to 30 months.

36 year old Benjamin Shoebridge pleaded guilty to one charge of conspiracy to commit theft and given a 10 month suspended sentence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:46 am  

An man has been jailed for 17 months after robbing a woman of her handbag as she walked home after a night out in Woking.

20 year old Jamie Cook from Addlestone pleaded guilty along with 27 year old Hayley Razzell from West Byfleet.

She was sentenced to 10 months which was suspended for a year.

The victim was walking home along Victoria Way when they grabbed her bag and stole her phone.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 am  

Merton’s Lib Dems have slammed Wimbledon’s MP for the way he voted last night.

Merton’s Lib Dems have slammed Wimbledon’s MP for the way he voted last night.

They have tweeted to say Stephen Hammond broke his promise to oppose a no deal by voting against the Spelman amendment.

After the first vote on Tuesday night, the group issued us with this statement.

"It is deeply disappointing that Wimbledon's MP failed to take the opportunity to rule out a no deal Brexit last night", said Cllr Anthony Fairclough, Leader of the Merton Lib Dems.

"He was elected in 2017 on a promise to oppose a hard Brexit, and more recently he repeatedly stated that he would do everything within his power to prevent a no deal Brexit. But when it came to the crunch, he was found missing in action. People in Wimbledon deserve far better from their MP."

However, despite Hammond's abstention, Parliament voted in favour of the motion ruling out a no deal Brexit.

"Parliament has now ruled out both the Prime Minister's deal and leaving the EU with no deal at all", Cllr Fairclough said. "Brexit has become a shambles. The only way out of this mess is through a People's Vote, giving the public the chance to have the final say including an option to stop Brexit and remain in the EU.

"The Lib Dems have been fighting for a People's Vote to give Wimbledon residents the final say for more than two years. It is time that Hammond came out and backed a People's Vote too."

Mr Hammond sent this reply to Merton's Lib Dems when they challenged him to a debate on air last week.

Thank you for your email of Thursday 7th March regarding a debate on Brexit. This is the first time you have written to me direct to request this.

I have a constant dialogue with my constituents about Brexit, be it through responding to hundreds of emails and letters each week, or through my regular street stalls. I also meet with constituents individually to discuss Brexit, as one of your Liberal Democrat colleagues on Merton Council will testify. This came after one of your local Liberal Democrat activists incorrectly tweeted that I do not meet constituents in this way.

Furthermore, my website is one of the most regularly and comprehensively updated out of all Members of Parliament with my views and news on Brexit, this content is highlighted on social media and via my community email and I always welcome and invite comments on this. That is to ensure my constituents are always fully informed of my work and views. All this information is found at https://www.stephenhammond.net/Brexit

There can be no argument that my position on Brexit is not public and that I do not engage with my constituents on the matter. Therefore I do not see what a debate, which in reality is aimed at raising the profile of local Liberal Democrats, would achieve.

You state that your motivation to request such a debate is so that I can have a “bold and open conversation” with my constituents. This is exactly what I do week in, week out and is what will continue to do.

Finally, I do not agree with you that my position on a “hard-Brexit” has changed since the election, as I pointed out in my letter to you prior to Christmas. One only needs to read my January Brexit update in which I advocate “a Single Market and Customs Union style solution” to see that.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 am  

A former German soldier has been jailed for smuggling thousands of bullets and ammunition into the UK.

61 year old Manfred Kurz bought explosives and bullet-making equipment into the country under the cover of his firearm licence.

When his home in Croydon was raided by police, they found more than 3,000 rounds of ammunition and evidence that bullets had been sold illegally.

It was later discovered he was part of a gang of 6, who are due to be sentenced in April.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:45 am  

A vulnerable 69 year old is missing from Croydon.



A vulnerable 69 year old is missing from Croydon.

David Phillips was last seen at Croydon University Hospital just after 7 o’clock last night.

If you have seen him you must call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:28 am  

A man has been charged with the murder of a 52-year-old woman whose body was found near Clapham Junction.

Antoinette Donnegan was found dead after police carried out a welfare check at a building in Este Road.

41 year old Kristian Smith of no fixed abode, has been charged with murder, fraud and preventing a lawful burial.

He is due to appear at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court later today.

Miss Donnegan’s cause of death "remains to be established".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:25 am  

Chertsey fan charged with common assault

Arsenal have been charged by the FA for failing to control their supporters after a fan ran onto the field and pushed Manchester United’s Chris Smalling.

The incident happened during last Sunday’s Premier League clash.

Thirty-year-old Gary Cooper from Chertsey has been charged with common assault and will appear in court on March 26th.

Earlier that day Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish was punched by a fan during their derby with Birmingham.

The supporter, 27-year-old Paul Mitchell, was sentenced to 14-weeks in prison.

Meanwhile West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini says it’s right the authorities send a strong and clear message.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:18 am  

One Direction singer's sister dies in Earl's Court

One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson's sister Felicite has died at the age of 18.

Emergency services were called to a property in Earl’s Court on Wednesday afternoon after reports a female had suffered a suspected cardiac arrest.

Officers say at this stage the death of the aspiring fashion designer is being treated as unexplained.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:12 am  

A man has been charged with the murder of 52-year-old Antoinette Donnegan in Wandsworth

41 year old Kristian Smith of no fixed abode was charged with murder, fraud and preventing a lawful burial.

He will appear in custody at Wimbledon Magistrates Court today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 am  

Thursday, 14 March 2019

Vince Cable's outlined plans to stand down as leader of the Liberal Democrats

The 75 year-old says he'll ask the party to begin a leadership contest in May, unless there's an early general election.

Last year, he revealed his intention to step down after Brexit had been resolved to make way for a 'new generation'.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:39 pm  

Chelsea have eased into the quarter-finals of the Europa League after thrashing Dynamo Kiev

They were 5-nil winners on the night in Ukraine, progressing 8-nil on aggregate.

Arsenal are aiming to join them in the last eight, but must overturn a 3-1 first leg deficit against Rennes in north London.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:24 pm  

A 50-year-old man from Brentford has been jailed for 25 years for two knife attacks



Vladimer Rutkovskis has been told he’ll have to serve at least 11 years of that sentence.

He carried out his first attack on a member of staff at a recruitment agency in Ealing last March.

Two weeks later, he carried out another stabbing at a building site in Horley, with no obvious motive.

Rutkovskis attempted to flee from the scene in his delivery van but was stopped by other workmen.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

England have made four changes to their team for Saturday's final rugby union Six Nations match with Scotland at Twickenham.

Jack Nowell comes in for Joe Cokanasiga on the wing, while Henry Slade replaces Ben Teo'o.

Ben Moon and Mark Wilson step in for fellow forwards Ellis Genge and Brad Shields, who started against Italy last weekend.

Victory for England could see them clinch the title, if Ireland beat Wales beforehand.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

#Kingston based @ManAndBoyUK talks to Jackie News about the importance of male role models

Man and Boy has a team of facilitators, volunteers and management team who are passionate about fatherhood and the positive impact male role models can have on the boys growing up around us.

Members of the team have a wealth of experience having led camps for dads and children for over 20 years.

All staff and volunteers are carefully vetted and have a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) certificate.

Charity founder Trevor Quy and volunteer Tim explain what it's all about.



Meanwhile, the number of criminals caught with knives or dangerous weapons has hit its highest level in nearly a decade.

Last year more than 21,000 offences resulted in a conviction or caution in England and Wales.

One in five of the culprits was aged under 18.

To get involved with Man and Boy, call 07894 084234 or email [email protected]
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Judy Murray's hoping her plans for a new tennis complex near Dunblane will help to capitalise on the success of her sons.

She feels Britain's governing body, the Lawn Tennis Association, has not done enough on the back of the achievements of Andy and Jamie.

Simon Timson is performance director at the Roehampton based LTA.

He says they're opening two new national academies themselves, at Loughborough and Stirling, in September.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:57 pm  

It looks like Kingston Council is closing Shopmobility.

The scheme provides short-term hire of wheelchairs and scooters to help people get around the shops in the town centre.

Staff say they are being made redundant at the end of the month.

Debra Wise, whose mum uses the service, says confusion surrounding its opening days has made it unreliable.



We’re awaiting a statement from Kingston Council.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Sean Maitland's been recalled in one of six changes for Scotland's final rugby union Six Nations clash with England on Saturday.

Maitland, Hamish Watson, Sam Skinner, Ben Toolis, Sam Johnson and Byron McGuigan are the fresh faces from last weekend's defeat to Wales.

Three of the changes are enforced, with Tommy Seymour, Blair Kinghorn and Jamie Ritchie injured.

Scotland are going for their first win at Twickenham since 1983.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

March the 24th marks the 75th anniversary of World War II’s real life Great Escape

76 allied soldiers tunneled out of their German prisoner of war camp causing mass disruption to the enemy’s war effort.

50 were shot dead and 23 were returned to the Stalag.

Air Commodore Charles Clarke was one of just three who made it home to Richmond.



On March the 24th, Dan Snow will host a special live programme from the Hammermsith Apollo which is being broadcast to more than 350 UK cinemas before a special screening of the film on a 45ft screen.

The actual Triumph motorbike from the film will be there too, as well as one of the stunt riders who is now 87 and coming from New Zealand for the anniversary; he hasn’t seen the bike since 1963.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Leatherhead based charity talks to Radio Jackie about the warning signs of trafficking

It’s an horrific issue and one not many people know could be happening in “their own backyard.”

Human trafficking.

Leatherhead based charity “It’s a Penalty” is trying to raise awareness of the fact anyone can fall victim.

It doesn’t matter how old you are, how much money you have, your ethnicity or religion.

The charity’s CEO, Sarah de Carvalho, explains just how easy it is to fall victim to this type of crime and how you can spot the signs.



To find out more about the charity, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi has been called-up to England's Under-21 squad for the first time.

The 18-year-old winger, who was the subject of strong interest from Bayern Munich in January, comes in for upcoming friendlies with Poland and Germany.

There's a recall for Leicester midfielder Hamza Choudhury.

Crystal Palace full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka is also included - after missing out on a place in the seniors.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Two-time Olympic champion James Cracknell will become the oldest person to compete in the Boat Race after being selected by Cambridge.

The 46-year-old who lives in Chiswick is studying for a philosophy degree at the university.

He was also offered a place by their rivals Oxford.

Cracknell, who won gold at the 2000 and 2004 Games, will ride in the classic race from Putney to Mortlake next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

A missing dog has brought a community in Runnymede together in an extensive search for him.

The cross-breed Jack Russel and Pug called “Jug” went missing in Ottershaw last Friday at 2am, and it’s thought he was hit by a car.

After posting he was missing on the Lost Dogs Surrey FB page and on Surrey Dog Owners the owners received a huge amount of support.

Cameras and drones have been installed and implemented across the area
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

Croydon will see a regeneration of the heart of the town centre sooner than expected, thanks to a new partnership that has been agreed.

The agreement between the Council and South Bank University is expected to further develop business, culture and learning.

A centre for higher education will come to the borough, which it’s thought will significantly increase learning and training opportunities for people of all ages.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

Wimbledon’s Conservative MP has rebuffed criticism he’s not listening to his constituents over Brexit

Jackie's Lucy Mayer has been looking at Stephen Hammond's statement.



Mr Hammond's letter to Merton's Lib Dem Deputy Leader Carl Quilliam in full.

Dear Carl,

Thank you for your email of Thursday 7th March regarding a debate on Brexit.

This is the first time you have written to me direct to request this.

I have a constant dialogue with my constituents about Brexit, be it through responding to hundreds of emails and letters each week, or through my regular street stalls. I also meet with constituents individually to discuss Brexit, as one of your Liberal Democrat colleagues on Merton Council will testify. This came after one of your local Liberal Democrat activists incorrectly tweeted that I do not meet constituents in this way.

Furthermore, my website is one of the most regularly and comprehensively updated out of all Members of Parliament with my views and news on Brexit, this content is highlighted on social media and via my community email and I always welcome and invite comments on this. That is to ensure my constituents are always fully informed of my work and views. All this information is found at https://www.stephenhammond.net/Brexit

There can be no argument that my position on Brexit is not public and that I do not engage with my constituents on the matter. Therefore I do not see what a debate, which in reality is aimed at raising the profile of local Liberal Democrats, would achieve.

You state that your motivation to request such a debate is so that I can have a “bold and open conversation” with my constituents. This is exactly what I do week in, week out and is what will continue to do.

Finally, I do not agree with you that my position on a “hard-Brexit” has changed since the election, as I pointed out in my letter to you prior to Christmas. One only needs to read my January Brexit update in which I advocate “a Single Market and Customs Union style solution” to see that.

With best wishes,

Yours sincerely,
Stephen Hammond MP
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:39 am  

The rail regulator has fined Govia Thameslink £5-million over the introduction of a new timetable last year.

The Office of Rail and Road says the company failed to provide accurate and timely information to passengers.

It also blamed internal communication, which left station staff struggling to help.

The company runs Southern trains.

Passengers using the likes of Croydon, Sutton and Epsom stations faced weeks of disruption.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:09 am  

81% of people in Sutton who have taken part in a new scheme say it helped them change their travel behaviour.

327 people signed up to the council sponsored project between July and December last year in a bid to reduce car use and improve air quality.

The scheme offered rewards for walking, cycling, and running, taking the bus or even scooting

People walked a total of 16,000 miles and half of those who took part said they would alter their travel arrangements forever.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:35 am  

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has labelled his Europa League opponent’s pitch a “disaster”.

The Blues take on Dynamo Kiev in the second-leg last-16 match in Ukraine this evening.

Sarri has said the pitch at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev is dangerous and it will be hard to play good football on.

The West London side go into the match with a 3-0 lead from the first game.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Police are appealing for help finding a missing girl with links to Hounslow.


16 year old Sha’re Phillips was last seen in Horley last Thursday afternoon.

But the police say the teenager is likely to be travelling by foot or train.

She was last seen wearing a grey top and black jeggings, and you can see a photo of her below.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

F1 team McLaren have paid tribute to Charlie Whiting.

The head of Formula 1’s governing body FIA has died aged 66.

The Briton passed away after suffering a pulmonary embolism on Wednesday morning in Melbourne.

He was due to start and referee the season opening race in Australia this weekend.

Woking based McLaren have said he will be remembered as “one of the giants of the sport”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 am  

QPR were beaten 2-1 by Rotherham after conceding a goal in injury time.

Semi Ajayi scored a brace for the Millers to earn them their first away win of the season at Loftus Road.

The Hoops thought they had rescued a point when Bright Osayi-Samuel grabbed an equaliser in the 85th minute.

But Steve McClaren’s team couldn’t hold out.

QPR now lie in 18th, 7 points above the drop zone.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

Wednesday, 13 March 2019

8 year old from Woking raises over £100 for charity

An eight year old girl from Woking raised over £100 in last Sunday’s Surrey Half Marathon.

Poppy Richards was running for genetic research charity Harrison’s Fund, which funds the search for a cure for Duchenne.

She says “it was really good fun taking part” and that she wants to run for the RSPCA in the future.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder in Battersea

It’s after a woman’s body was found in a flat on Este Road last Thursday evening.

Police have identified her as 52 year old Antoinette Donnegan.

The 41 year old man was arrested today and taken to a south London police station where he remains in custody.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 pm  

People in Richmond can now ensure their bikes are secure on their own street

In a bid to encourage cycling, the council is allowing people to store them safely in bike hangars, which can fit up to six inside.

The first one has been installed in St George’s Road.

It is important to note you do have to pay £72 a year to the Cyclehoop scheme.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 pm  

A man has been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of the murder of a woman from Kew

He was detained at an address in the north of the country at around midday today.

He’s currently being held in a police station there prior to extradition.

Laureline Garcia-Bertaux was found in a shallow grave at her home last Wednesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:16 pm  

A team of residents from Norbiton are going to be given the keys to the pedestrian gates of Kingston Cemetery

The gates will be unlocked in the morning and evening so the cemetery can remain open longer.

It will provide an important shortcut to and from King Althelstan school making up for the lack of cycle lanes in the area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:11 pm  

A man from Dorking has been jailed for more than 2 years, following a review of his sentence by the Court of Appeal

21 year old James Quinn robbed 2 girls aged 11 and 15 while brandishing a knife in January last year.

He was initially given a two-year suspended sentence after admitting to carrying out the robberies in Leatherhead and possessing a weapon.

Following an appeal he was given a full sentence of 2 years and 10 months, after his initial one was apparently too short.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:04 pm  

Louise Redknapp is returning to the cast of the 9 to 5 musical.

The 44-year-old from Oxshott temporarily left the show after fracturing her wrist and suffering a cut to her chin in a fall.

But she's now fit to return and will be back on stage later this month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:03 pm  

The MP for Carshalton and Wallington has described the situation in Parliament to Radio Jackie.

Tom Brake, MP for Carshalton has described the current vibe in Parliament to Jackie's Iona Stewart-Richardson

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:40 am  

A high Court judge has approved Richmond Council’s request for a firmer approach to unauthorised encampments in the borough.

There have been a number of reports in recent months of traveller camps on council owned land.

A temporary 3 month preventative injunction has been granted which will protect all parks, open spaces and highways.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 am  

Esher, Leatherhead and Woking are among the top 5 places with the biggest fall in asking prices over the past year.

That’s according to a survey by Right Move.

Esher and Leatherhead both saw an average year on decrease by over 6%.

Meanwhile the average asking price for properties in Woking is £490,000 which is a 5% fall.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:19 am  

A new trial for rush hour traffic in Wandsworth

A new trial scheme is underway to tackle rush-hour rat-running across the West Hill area in Wandsworth.

For a minimum six-month period, early morning traffic will not be permitted to turn left from Wimbledon Park Road into Withycombe Road.

It comes as research has shown at many peak times motorists from outside the borough are using the nearby residential roads.

The trial will take place between 7am and 10am and cover the busiest time for commuters.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:20 am  

Chancellor Philip Hammond to announce statement

The Chancellor Philip Hammond will announce his spring statement later.

The MP for Runnymede and Weybridge will make clear that a no deal will force him to revise his plans for investment into public services.

He is expected to advise that the only way to find money to end austerity is if the UK leaves only with a deal.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:35 am  

Tuesday, 12 March 2019

Former police inspector jailed for travelling to meet child for sex

A former police inspector from Kent has been jailed today after arranging to meet a child with the intention of committing sexual offences.

Glenn Jones was sentenced to three years’ and six months at Guildford Crown Court, after travelling to Sussex to abuse a young child in September 2018.

The 56 year old travelled 50-miles from his home to a shopping centre in Shoreham, but was greeted by officers from the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit upon his arrival and subsequently arrested.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 pm  

Max Clifford’s daughter is continuing to challenge his conviction – more than a year after his death.

Louise told an appeals court that he always denied sexually assaulting a young woman.

The disgraced publicist from Hersham died while serving an eight year sentence, but won a right to appeal before his death.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Whilst knife crime offences remain low in Surrey, the police force will be supporting a national campaign to crack down on the issue.

Authorities will be working to prevent the threat of “county lines,” which use vulnerable people to spread their drug supply network.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Brentford goalkeeper Dan Bentley could miss tonight’s match at Sheffield United.

It’s because of a shoulder injury he suffered at Middlesbrough.

Icelandic teenager Patrik Gunnarsson could deputise.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:49 pm  

Authorities fighting Heathrow expansion are back at the High Court today.

The likes of Richmond and Wandsworth councils are joining forces with Greenpeace and the Mayor of London’s office.

They say no amount of money can replace the schools or homes that would be flattened if a third runway goes ahead.

Twickenham resident Neil Spurrier is another of the claimants in the judicial review challenge.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

A team of residents from Norbiton are going to be given the keys to the pedestrian gates of Kingston Cemetery.

The gates will be unlocked in the morning and evening so the cemetery can remain open longer.

It will provide an important shortcut to and from King Althelstan school making up for the lack of cycle lanes in the area.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:06 pm  

Three men have been sentenced to a combined total of 43 years for killing a man on an island near Sunbury Lock.

Two brothers Shane and Lenny Crawt and their cousin 24 year old Charlie Smith were all convicted.

The trio brutally attacked 48-year-old Scott Wilkinson on Donkey Island in 2016.

Scott was found in the water the day after the attack, four days after he initially arrived on the island for a fishing trip.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:42 pm  

MPs will once again vote on Theresa May’s EU withdrawal plans later.

Meanwhile, Wimbledon’s Conservative MP Stephen Hammond is being urged to support his constituents over Brexit.

Merton’s Lib Dems says he should be backing the majority who supported remain rather than the Prime Minister.

The group’s deputy leader is Carl Quilliam.



Mr Hammond has sent this reply.

Dear Carl,

Thank you for your email of Thursday 7th March regarding a debate on Brexit. This is the first time you have written to me direct to request this.

I have a constant dialogue with my constituents about Brexit, be it through responding to hundreds of emails and letters each week, or through my regular street stalls. I also meet with constituents individually to discuss Brexit, as one of your Liberal Democrat colleagues on Merton Council will testify. This came after one of your local Liberal Democrat activists incorrectly tweeted that I do not meet constituents in this way.

Furthermore, my website is one of the most regularly and comprehensively updated out of all Members of Parliament with my views and news on Brexit, this content is highlighted on social media and via my community email and I always welcome and invite comments on this. That is to ensure my constituents are always fully informed of my work and views. All this information is found at https://www.stephenhammond.net/Brexit

There can be no argument that my position on Brexit is not public and that I do not engage with my constituents on the matter. Therefore I do not see what a debate, which in reality is aimed at raising the profile of local Liberal Democrats, would achieve.

You state that your motivation to request such a debate is so that I can have a “bold and open conversation” with my constituents. This is exactly what I do week in, week out and is what will continue to do.

Finally, I do not agree with you that my position on a “hard-Brexit” has changed since the election, as I pointed out in my letter to you prior to Christmas. One only needs to read my January Brexit update in which I advocate “a Single Market and Customs Union style solution” to see that.

With best wishes,

Yours sincerely,

Stephen Hammond MP
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

A group calling itself the IRA is claiming it sent five parcel bombs to Glasgow and London last week.

Police say a media outlet in Northern Ireland received the claim by a recognised code word yesterday.

Last week a parcel was sent to Glasgow University.

Three similar packages were left at transport hubs in London including Heathrow’s head office.

A fifth claimed to have been left, is unaccounted for.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:10 pm  

Police are no closer to discovering who killed a man in New Malden, 12 months after his death.



Police are no closer to discovering who killed a man in New Malden, 12 months after his death.

Russian businessman Nikolai Glushkov was found dead at his home in Clarence Avenue a year ago today.

He died from compression to the neck.

Officers are still appealing for anyone with information to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:43 am  

The texts concerning the possible future of the backstop have been released.

Luke Williams has more details.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:49 am  

Let’s take a look on Twitter and see how some of our MPs are planning to vote tonight.

Steve Reed Croydon North MP says; "her deal is exactly the same as when it was defeated in January. It’s a disaster for our country. I will vote against it again today."

Stephen Hammond the MP for Wimbledon says;

"No Deal would be bad for Britain . So I urge all colleagues to back the Deal and let’s start to look to the future."

Tooting’s MP Rosena Allin-Khan has told us why she will be voting against it.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:22 am  

A man from Woking has been found with life threatening injuries.

A man from Woking has been found with life threatening injuries.

The 30 year old was discovered at around 5am on Friday lying at the side of the road on Forge End just off Victoria way.

He remains in a critical condition in hospital.

Officers are keen to speak to anyone who may have seen what happened to him or saw him in the area earlier that morning.

He is described as Nepalese, 5ft 8, with short black hair. He was possibly wearing a green beanie hat and wearing dark clothing.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:11 am  

Some of us would probably love the opportunity to tango with a strictly star but don’t have the talent.

Some of us would probably love the opportunity to tango with a strictly star but don’t have the talent.

Brendan Cole told Jackie's Iona Stewart-Richardson he used to believe everyone can dance, but something changed his mind…



He was also asked what advice he would give someone who never danced before

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:36 am  

Authorities fighting Heathrow expansion will return to the High Court today for day two of their legal action.

The likes of Richmond and Wandsworth councils are joining forces with Greenpeace and the Mayor of London’s office.

They say no amount of money can replace the schools or homes that would be flattened if a third runway goes ahead.

Twickenham resident Neil Spurrier is another of the claimants in the judicial review challenge.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:33 am  

The MP for Tooting and Labour front bencher told Radio Jackie what she predicts

Theresa May insists she's got "legally binding" changes to her Brexit deal that MPs demanded.

The PM insists three new documents ensure the Irish backstop, designed to avoid a hard border, could not trap the UK in a customs union.

But critics say the text of the agreement itself hasn't changed, so it’s not enough.

Labour Frontbencher and Tooting's MP Rosena Allin-Khan told Radio Jackie's Iona Stewart-Richardson what she predicts.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:19 am  

Wimbledon's MP told to make his views on Brexit clear ahead of vote

MPs will once again vote on Theresa May’s EU withdrawal plans later.

Meanwhile, Wimbledon’s Conservative MP Stephen Hammond is being urged to support his constituents over Brexit.

Merton’s Lib Dems says he should be backing the majority who supported remain rather than the Prime Minister.

The group’s deputy leader is Carl Quilliam.



We're still awaiting a statement from Mr Hammond.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

A manager at a nursery school in Teddington who participated in a child pornography chatroom has been spared jail

None of 44 year old Allison Whateley’s offences involved children at her school.

She initially claimed that she participated in the chats to catch paedophiles, but she later retracted that.

She’s been spared jail, but given a five year sexual harm prevention order and barred from working with children again.

A spokesman for the nursery told the Daily Mail "We are saddened by the events and welcome the conclusion of the National Crime Agency's investigation".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:31 am  

Monday, 11 March 2019

Kingston’s getting a new free school for children with special educational needs.

The school, which is due to open in September 2022, will be based in Moore Lane in Chessington subject to further approval.

It will provide 90 places for children and young people aged 5 to 19 who have Autistic Spectrum Disorders.

Moor Lane currently hosts some services for children with disabilities, but it’s not clear if any of them will need to be relocated.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 pm  

A Chinese artist has offered to buy 30 tonnes of buttons from a 104 year old factory in Croydon.

Ai Weiwei has made the offer to Brown & Co Buttons which is shutting up shop due to poor sales.

The factory was left with over £1 million worth of buttons which it had feared it would have to dump.

But Ai Weiwei has tweeted to say he’d like to save them from landfill.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

England will be without Maro Itoje for Saturday's final rugby union Six Nations match with Scotland.

The second row hasn't played since their opening win over Ireland due to knee trouble.

Team-mate Billy Vunipola's also had his own injury problems in recent times.

Speaking to Sky Sports News, he's tipping Itoje to bounce back from the disappointment of missing out at Twickenham.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Officers have released CCTV images following the theft of an £8,000 saxophone on board a Croydon-bound train.



The incident happened on the evening of Friday, February the 1st.

A woman is reported to have taken the saxophone from the overhead luggage rack and left the station at East Croydon.

Officers believe the woman in the image may have information that could help their on-going investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

The daughter of a man murdered in New Malden has issued a fresh appeal for information on the eve of the anniversary of his death.

Tomorrow marks one year since Russian businessman Nikolai Glushkov was found dead at his home in Clarence Avenue.

Natalia has issued this appeal.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Hundreds of people have been completing their own Marsden Marches after the event was cancelled.



The 15 mile annual walk between the Marsden’s two hospitals in Chelsea and Sutton was due to take place yesterday.

But the gale force winds meant it had to be abandoned.

Since then, walkers have been completing their own 15 miles to raise money for the cancer charity.

The Marsden says;

"We would like to thank our supporters for their understanding in light of the cancellation of The Banham Marsden March. It was an incredibly difficult decision, but we really believe it was the right decision in the circumstances, to keep all our walkers and volunteers safe. We have been very touched by all the messages of support we have been sent.

We are now working hard and consulting with the five local authorities and over 100 suppliers involved in putting on the event to see if we can find an alternative date. As soon as we have more information we will let you know.

In the meantime, please hold on to your walker pack, including your t-shirt and walker number. We know many of you have questions about the money you’ve raised, but please bear with us while we try to find an alternative date.

If you completed your own walk yesterday or plan to do so in the next few weeks, please email [email protected] and we can send you your Banham Marsden March medal.

Thank you again for your understanding and incredible support."

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

The Mayor of Wandsworth has hosted an afternoon tea with a group of apprentices to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week.



The annual event, held last week, commends apprenticeships and the positive impact they have on individuals and businesses.

This year’s group was invited to meet Piers McCausland in the Mayor’s Parlour to chat about the type of work they’ve been undertaking.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

A man’s been jailed for 14 years by a judge at Isleworth Crown Court for multiple historical sexual offences.



69 year old Michael Shaw was found guilty of a number of offences including three counts of sexual activity with a child under 16.

The court heard that at in the early 2000s, he would meet his female victim, who was known to him, at an address in west London.

The abuse started when Shaw would tickle the victim, who was in her early teens at the time of the assaults, before sexually assaulting her.

The victim reported the abuse to police in June 2017.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Tudor Williams in New Malden has thanked loyal customers for their support following the news it’s to close after 100 years.

The department store will shut its doors for good at the end of June.

Tudor Williams came to New Malden from Wales and set up, what was then a millinery shop, in 1913.

Here's his great grand-daughter Daisy.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

A couple has spoken of the moment their lives “flashed before their eyes” after scaffolding collapsed in yesterday’s high winds.

Nicole Brown and her girlfriend Layla Galvin from Chelsea had just stepped out of a cab in Kensington Road when they heard a “crackling noise.”

The scaffolding, attached to a nearby house, then collapsed to the ground damaging a number of cars.

Nicole told MailOnline: 'It was terrifying. You don't really think about it, you're speechless, it takes your breath away.'

Winds hit 65mph in some places yesterday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:35 pm  

Kensington and Chelsea’s town hall was evacuated this morning following a "bomb threat."

All staff left the site for around two hours after the threat was received at around 9.30.

Police were called to investigate and services were up and running again by 11.30.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:41 pm  

Councils, campaigners and the mayor of London are at the High Court today.



They’ve launched an appeal against the expansion of Heathrow Airport.

They want the government’s Airport National Policy Statement to be quashed.

They say a third runway would make life noisier and unhealthier for millions of people in the south east of England.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:12 pm  

A couple from Croydon whose son saved the lives of two children after his death have been recognised for their campaign work.

Jay and Sina Patel have been named Exceptional Volunteers at the first UK Awards for Excellence in Organ Donation and Transplantation.

The new awards have been launched by NHS Blood and Transplant and the British Transplant Society.

The couple were nominated for their contribution to raising awareness of organ donation in memory of three-year-old Aari, who died in 2016.

By agreeing to donate his organs, including his heart, the family saved the lives of two children.

They have since lent their support to several campaigns, events and initiatives aimed at encouraging people to talk about organ donation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:33 am  

A number of councils fighting expansion at Heathrow will head to the high Court today to seek a judicial review of the decision.

A number of councils fighting expansion at Heathrow will head to the high Court today to seek a judicial review of the decision.

Lucy Mayer reports.




Ahead of the first day of the case against the Government’s National Policy Statement on Heathrow, which runs at the High Court from the 11th to the 22nd of March, Geraldine Nicholson of Stop Heathrow Expansion, said:

“This is a big day in the fight to save our community from being flattened. No amount of money can replace schools, places of worships and homes which some residents have lived in all of their lives.

“We’re strongly supporting those taking legal action and have every confidence that once the evidence is presented, the case for Heathrow will unravel before the eyes of the judges”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:21 am  

Heathrow considers digital shields for rogue drones

It’s being reported that Heathrow airport is in talks with a German company to produce giant virtual domes to protect its runways from rogue drones.

According to the Evening Standard, introducing the multi-million pound, 30-mile high digital shields is being considered.

It’s in response to a series of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that breached the airspace and disrupted flights at Heathrow and Gatwick around Christmas and the New Year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 am  

Chelsea remain on course for top four

Chelsea boss Mauricio Sarri is unhappy with his team’s inability to break down stubborn opponents.

Eden Hazard rescued a point for the Blues scoring a late equaliser in a 1-all draw with Wolves at Stamford Bridge.

But Sarri says they need to be far more decisive.



Arsenal hold the advantage in the race for the final spot in the league's top four.

They're two points ahead of Manchester United in the Champions League places after beating them 2-nil in north London.

Liverpool kept the pressure on leaders Manchester City with a 4-2 victory over Burnley at Anfield.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:06 am  

Sunday, 10 March 2019

Gloucester defeat Harlequins with a bonus-point win in Twickenham


Today’s memorial game at The Twickenham Stoop for Seb Adeniran-Olule was set to be a fierce contest as 3rd met 4th in the Premiership table. Harlequins welcomed Gloucester Rugby.

Going into round 16, the Quartered Men had a run of five back-to-back wins in the Premiership.

In a blustery day, which caused damage to come areas of the Twickenham Stoop, Harlequins started the same way they ended last week’s game away at Bath – fast paced and with desire to cross the whitewash. Earle broke through the defence on the far wing before the ball was recycled back inside to the centres. An attempted interception from Gloucester gave Quins a kick to touch followed by a successful line-out.

Driving for the line, however, and the hosts knocked on. The Cherry and Whites, today wearing Grey and White, used the scrum to clear their lines, finding touch back in home territory.


Gloucester put on a run of accurate passing with Marshall feeding Woodward, then offloading to captain Heinz. The visitors were making strides after Quins failed to gather a high-ball and knocked-on.

With momentum, Gloucester raced along the near wing. Brown failed to complete a tackle on try-scorer Woodward. Despite the strong winds, and the need for a player to hold the ball in place, the conversion was added: Harlequins 0 – 7 Gloucester Rugby (9 minutes).

No sooner had play resumed than the visitors were once again on the attack. Thorley broke through the home defence and sent a long pass to Marshall who continued the run, Ackermann crossing the whitewash: Harlequins 0 – 14 Gloucester Rugby – the ball slowly but surely reaching and dropping between the posts for the conversion (13 minutes).

Harlequins, looking somewhat shell-shocked from this quick-fire start from the opposition, secured line-out ball and Dombrandt burst through the defensive line. The ball reached the arms of co-captain Robshaw before Gloucester’s Marshall was shown yellow for a deliberate knock-on.

Quins kicked for the corner, secured the set piece, and formed a maul before passing to the centre. Lang failed to catch a pass from Saili and knocked-on at a crucial time.

The hosts tried a different tactic and started kicking. With the wind behind them, however, the ball ran dead and the visitors were handed territory and a scrum. Once again, the Cherry and Whites broke through with pace and attacked the near wing. Only a knock-on prevented their forward momentum.

The Harlequins crowd were stunned into silence with questions being raised ‘is this the same team we saw beat Bath last week?’ – a question looming large in the minds of many supporters.

Quins overpowered the scrum and won a penalty but Lang failed to find touch with his kick. Gloucester simply ran the ball back. The hosts won turnover ball and placed a tidy kick along the far wing, which strolled into touch just outside the opposition 22.

In the first sign of inaccuracy in the visiting play, Gloucester sent the ball out on the full. They repeated the action a few phases later.

The failings of Gloucester went unpunished as Harlequins were full of errors today, not getting their basics right with Dombrandt knocking-on.

Then came a period of penalties given away by the hosts. These were basic errors, with Quins being penalised for failing to release a tackled player.

The visitors kicked for a line-out on the 22 but Quins stole possession – Lang, however, again failed to find touch. Gloucester did not make the same mistake, and forced Quins into a defensive line-out.

In panicked play, Quins retained possession but kicked the ball away, aiming for territory, but straight into the arms of Gloucester’s Morgan. A good follow-up chase from Quins forced Gloucester to knock-on under tackle.

‘Come on you Quins’ started to sound in the stadium – not in applause of the action seen but in an attempt to spur on their team. Again, basics let them down and a pass was thrown forward ending an attacking period of play for the hosts.

The rain came down and Gloucester accelerated, breaking through the home defensive line. They sent a grubber kick over the try-line for a chase, Earle touching down first for Harlequins.

When play resumed, Quins attempted a cross-field kick but it went out on the full. All ground gained was handed back to Gloucester. The weather switched from rain to hail and a penalty was awarded to the visitors in front of the posts: Harlequins 0 – 17 Gloucester Rugby (36 minutes).

Tempers started to fray and referee Wayne Barnes spoke to Horwill and Brown in an attempt to calm the situation.

Half-Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 0 – 17 Gloucester Rugby

The Twickenham Stoop faithful cheered out their team for the second half, hoping their voices would be the 16th man Harlequins so desperately needed.

Head of Rugby for Harlequins, Paul Gustard, made changes to the on-field team at the break with Marler and Smith replacing Boyce and Lang.

As Gloucester pushed for the try-line once again, the replacement fly-half Smith stole possession and broke away, making an instant impact on the game. Gloucester were pushed back into their own half and opted to box-kick. Chisholm gathered well under the challenging high ball for the hosts.

A suspected high-tackle caused the fans to yell in anger but play continued and Gloucester achieved turnover ball. Their possession was short-lived as they knocked-on at half-way.

The scrum was set and Dombrandt released the ball to Lewis, and onto Earle who made strides along the near wing. He was tackled into touch. The Twickenham Stoop were back to full vocal singing voice. Gloucester secured line-out ball and Quins were able to prevent the maul from gaining ground, forcing the Cherry and Reds to kick.

The clock stopped as Horwill was down requiring treatment. He was able to get back on his feet and a scrum was set; Gloucester with possession.

As Harlequins were able to gain dominance in the scrum, Gloucester released the ball with Twelvetrees making strides through the defence. Quins obtained turnover ball and Dombrandt ran through one tackle before another seemingly high tackle stopped him in his tracks. Dombrandt and Lewis were then replaced by James Chisholm and Saunders (49 minutes).

Gloucester secured line-out ball at half-way and Thorley ran along the wing; a high tackle saw Marchant sin-binned and a penalty awarded to the visitors (41 minutes).

More changes for the hosts as Saili was replaced by Alofa Alofa.

Gloucester kicked for the corner and an attacking line-out. They secured possession, formed a maul then Heinz released the ball. It sped quickly to the far wing with Marshall crossing the whitewash for the visitor’s third try. The wind prevented the conversion: Harlequins 0 – 22 Gloucester Rugby (53 minutes).

Within moments of the restart, Harlequins found themselves with a line-out in their own 22. The maul made strides along the far wing. The ball was then released but ended in touch.

Gloucester overthrew in their line-out in the home 22. They maintained possession but an act of obstruction handed Quins the penalty; they cleared their lines.

Quins secured line-out ball but lost the ball under tackle. Scrum to Gloucester just outside the host 22.

Gloucester again worked the far wing but an interception from the hosts prevented any further advantage. Once again, however, the basics failed and Quins lost the ball. Gloucester accelerated back but a penalty awarded to the hosts following an early engage in the scrum.

Elia Elia was replaced by Ward on 63 Minutes for Harlequins. Marchant also returned to the pitch after seeing out his yellow card.

Smith failed to find touch and Gloucester simply gathered the ball and came again. They earned a 5-metre scrum. Quick hands saw Heinz pass to Cipriani who crossed the whitewash for the try bonus-point.

Twelvetrees again lined up the posts and this time he was able to curve the ball between the posts (67 minutes).

Quins wasted no time in making strides back into opposition territory. Swainston replaced Collier for the hosts (68 minutes).

Gloucester stole possession and found touch, still inside their own half.

Penalty to Quins as Gloucester failed to roll away after tackling. Smith found touch with his kick and Quins secured line-out ball. They earned another penalty and went for the corner. They formed a maul before recycling the ball.

Another penalty awarded and Quins opted for the scrum. They released the ball but Gloucester won a penalty of their own. The visiotrs cleared their lines and secured line-out ball. They did knock-on just inside the halfway line as the remaining Quins fans tried to find the funny side to a poor performance ‘you’ve got them on the ropes’ came the calls.

Quins recycled the ball well with Earle making a break along the wing, kicking for a chase. He touched down over the try-line, Smith converted: Harlequins 7 – 29 Gloucester Rugby (76 minutes).

The hosts gathered the high-ball well and ran with ball in hand. Twelvetrees tackled high and was penalised. Smith found touch and Quins secured line-out ball but spilt under tackle. Gloucester ran up to the Quins try-line but failed to score.

Full-Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 7 -29 Gloucester Rugby

Attendance: 14, 440

Harlequins remain in third place but Gloucester Rugby have closed the gap to just 2 points.

Harlequins
15 Mike Brown, 14 Nathan Earle, 13 Joe Marchant, 12 Francis Saili, 11 Ross Chisholm, 10 James Lang, 9 Dave Lewis

1 Lewis Boyce, 2 Elia Elia, 3 Will Collier, 4 Matt Symons, 5 James Horwill (cc), 6 Jack Clifford, 7 Chris Robshaw (cc), 8 Alex Dombrandt

Game Changers
16 Dave Ward, 17 Joe Marler, 18 Phil Swainston, 19 George Merrick, 20 James Chisholm, 21 Niall Saunders, 22 Marcus Smith, 23 Alofa Alofa

Gloucester Rugby
15 Jason Woodward, 14 Tom Marshall, 13 Billy Twelevetrees, 12 Mark Atkinson, 11 Ollie Thorley, 10 Danny Cipriani, 9 Willi Heinz ©

1 Josh Hohneck, 2 James Hanson , 3 Fraser Balmain, 4 Ed Slater, 5 Franco Mostert, 6 Ruan Ackermann, 7 Jaco Kriel, 8 Ben Morgan

Replacements
16 Franco Marais, 17 Kyle Traynor, 18 Gareth Denman, 19 Freddie Clarke, 20 Lewis Ludlow, 21 Callum Braley, 22 Owen Williams, 23 Matt Banahan
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:55 pm  

Eden Hazard came to the rescue for Chelsea to keep them in the hunt for a top four Premier League finish

He scored an injury time equaliser in their 1-all draw with Wolves at Stamford Bridge.

Hazard says while they'd have liked a win, they'll take the result.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:28 pm  

Met authorise stop and search in Hammersmith and Chelsea

A stop and search was authorised by the Met in areas of Hammersmith and Chelsea last night.

The section 60 order was enacted until 3am this morning, as part of the ongoing battle against knife crime.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:01 pm  

A residents group in Wimbledon has been granted £25,000 to improve a neglected park space

The area on the corner of Gap Road and Durnsford Road has been described as a “very polluted, unattractive, pedestrian unfriendly junction”.

The Wimbledon Park Community Group wants to create a calm space by planting more trees and grassing over some areas.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:57 pm  

Appeals for information have been renewed following the death of a 50-year-old motorcyclist in Hounslow

Police were called to a collision between a van and a bike on the A312 near junction 3 with the M4 on Monday evening.

The driver of the van has not been arrested and is assisting police with their enquiries.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 am  

Royal Marsden Cancer Charity say those walking The Marsden March will receive their medals, even though the event was cancelled

The annual Marsden March from the Sutton hospital to the Chelsea hospital was cancelled due to high winds and a yellow weather warning by the Met Office.

However, people are now taking to treadmills and alternative routes to still raise money for the charity.

They are “strongly advising” against people arriving at the planned 15 or 5 mile route, as there won’t be any signage or infrastructure.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:55 am  

Chelsea's boss will look to make some changes ahead of today's game

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri will make significant changes to his team for today's Premier League game against Wolves.

The fixture comes three days after their Europa League success against Dynamo Kiev.

Sarri says he needs to keep things fresh.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:58 am  

Hayes and Harlington MP pledges a cut on energy bills

The Shadow Chancellor's pledging a future Labour government would cut energy bills.

The MP for Hayes and Harlington John McDonnell says shareholders in gas and electricity companies in Scotland have received dividends worth £1,700 per household.

He says the figures "expose the rip-off which is the privatised energy market" in the country.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:46 am  

MP for Runnymede and Weybridge to reveal plan for major investment into scientific research.

The Chancellor will reveal plans for two hundred million pound investment in scientific research.

Phillip Hammond who is the MP for Runnymede and Weybridge will make this his focal point as he delivers his spring statement on Wednesday.

He says the money "will keep the UK in pole position" after leaving the EU.

The money will be spent across the country on projects such as developing laser technology and national superfast computer.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:15 am  

Detectives name victim of murder in Kew



Detectives investigating the murder of a woman in Kew have named the victim as 34 year old Laureline Garcia-Bertaux

Laureline was a French national but had been living in the UK for many years and in Kew since last April.

She was reported missing in March after she did not arrive for work.

On Wednesday, the 6th of March, officers located a body in a shallow grave in the garden at the victim’s home address in Darrell Road.

A post mortem revealed that she had been strangled.

A forensic crime scene remains in place.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:53 am  

England keep dreams alive of 6 Nations glory after running 8 tries past Italy at Twickenham




It was a fast start to the game as Italy were looking to capitalise on their improving performances over recent weeks. England made strides to the visiting whitewash as ‘Swing Low, Sweet Chariot’ resonated around Twickenham Stadium. A knock-on from Tom Curry, however, ended the movement.

The Azzurri were pinned down in their own 22 and were forced to box-kick.

Joe Cokanasiga offloaded to Ben Youngs, gaining further ground. Cokanasiga ran for the line but was tackled just short. The ball was recycled out to the wing but a forward pass from Brad Shields handed Italy a 5-metre defensive scrum.

Italy’s tight-head prop Simone Ferrari was penalised in the scrum and England went for the corner. They formed a maul from the line-out and powered over.; Jamie George the try-scorer (8 minutes).

Captain Owen Farrell added the conversion: England 7 – 0 Italy.

Following the re-start, Italy pushed up to England’s 22 before play was slowed. They kept possession and a superbly timed tackle from Farrell sent the Azzurri stumbling backwards. The men in Blue reformed and their fly-half Tommaso Allan received the ball on the near wing to cross the whitewash; Youngs unable to complete the tackle and Cokanasiga arriving too late to make a difference. He converted his own try, levelling the scores: England 7 – 7 Italy (13 minutes).

In a response Eddie Jones would have been proud of, England replied with an immediate try. Elliot Daly broke through the defence before offloading to Jonny May to finish off the piece. Farrell converted: England 14 – 7 Italy (16 minutes).

Italy were very much up for this game and forced their way back into England’s 22. They were penalised, however, allowing the hosts to kick for half-way and secure line-out ball.

In a scrappy period of play, the hosts were not passing with accuracy. They lost possession though a knock-on advantage and were pushed back to the half-way line. Here the hosts regained the ball and Manu Tuilagi slipped through the tackles to score a superb individual try. Farrell again added the extra 2 points: England 21 – 7 Italy (21 minutes).

The Azzurri were penalised again in their own 22 and Farrell lined up the posts – his kicking back on form. England 24 – 7 Italy (25 minutes).

Scrum to the Azzurri at half-way. England defended quickly and interceptions were agonisingly close as Italy attempted long passes. Without any forward motion, the Blues were forced to box-kick. England were then penalised for going off their feet at the ruck. Too far away for a shot at goal, the visitors opted for a line-out in the 22.

England were being warned about changing their line in defence of the Italian maul, but when they tackled accurately, England were awarded a scrum.

Youngs fed the ball; advantage was being played as Italy collapsed the scrum. The hosts pushed up to half-way when advantage was over. Farrell executed a cross-field kick to keep the game alive and Brad Shields crossed for a try. The bonus-point secured after 32 minutes. Farrell again converting: England 31 – 7 Italy.

Italy were forced into making a switch with Ian McKinley on for Tommasco Castello, who had to be helped from the field to a supporting round of applause showing appreciation for his game.

Italy kicked long on the re-start. Youngs was forced to box-kick; the ball landing comfortably in the waiting arms of Italian captain Sergio Parisse. The ball was kicked back to England who called the mark and cleared their lines.

Line-out to Italy just inside the half-way line. The Blues secured the ball and fast-passing meant a knock-on . Tuilagi, with his keen eye, gathered the ball and made territory before being tackled. The referee Nic Berry took play back for a scrum.

Youngs fed and the Italian scrum-half Tito Tebaldi was being warned by Berry to stay on-side as he encroached ever further. A knock-on from the hosts just outside the 22 handed a scrum to the visitors.

Half-Time at Twickenham Stadium: England 31 – 7 Italy

Italy kick long to start the second half and England uncharacteristically for them, knocked-on; the set-piece taking shape just outside the host’s 22.

Italy pushed on, sending the ball out to the far wing but progress was slow and so the ball came back to the centres. Curry darted out early from the defensive line but the gap he left was not utilised. The Azzuri again attacked the far wing and although they got within 10 metres, England secured turnover ball and kicked to safety. A foot-race ensued and the Blues won the race, forming a ruck and box-kicking away.

‘Swing Low, Sweet Chariot’ again resonated as May attempted to keep the ball in play with his footballing skill. Alas, it strayed into touch with a 10-metre line-out to the visitors.

The Hooker Luca Bigi delivered the ball. England challenged but were unable to steal possession. The scrum-half Tebaldi found touch with his box-kick but England took a quick line-out.

Tuilagi was able to cross the whitewash after receiving an accurate long-pass from Jamie George; Cokanasiga originally breaking the defensive line before being brought down just metres from the line himself.

No conversion: England 36 – 7 Italy (48 minutes)

Italy started to make changes with Luca Bigi, Simone Ferrari, Dean Budd, and Sebastian Negri making way for Leonardo Ghiraldini, Tiziano Pasquali, David Sis and Jake Polledri.

England’s George Kruis blocked a box-kick from the Italy scrum-half but the referee was playing advantage. Scrum to Italy just inside the host’s territory.

They came away with the ball and found pace, passing the ball to the far wing. It was then kicked on for a chase but easily gathered and cleared by the hosts.

Italy powered up to the 5-metre line following their line-out. Tackles were coming in thick and fast. They drew Cokanasiga out of his defensive position, opening up a gap which Luca Morisi, on the receiving end of a well-placed pass, was able to convert for points. Allan converted: England 36 – 14 Italy (55 minutes).

England changes: Kyle Sinckler and Tom Curry made way for Dan Cole and Mark Wilson.

Farrell got play underway again with a deep kick which was returned by the Azzurri into touch.

May passed to Farrell who lost the ball under tackle. The hosts regained possession and pushed for the try-line. Again, the Azzurri stripped the ball

England changes: Ellis Genge and Jamie George off for Ben Moon and Luke Cowan-Dickie (58 minutes).

Fresh on the field and loose-head prop Ben Moon went down on his knee for England handing a penalty to Italy. They were able to clear their lines, pushing play back outside their 22.

Italy retained possession and formed a maul before sending the ball long and high. England gathered easily and pushed back into opposition territory. Daly saw an opportunity and kicked behind the defensive line however he sent it out on the full, bringing play back.

Changes for England: Ben Youngs, Owen Farrell and Manu Tuilagi off for Dan Robson, George Ford and Henry Slade.

Italy’s Guglielmo Palazzani on for Luca Morisi and Cherif Traore on for Sergio Parisse (61 minutes).

The hosts were again penalised for not releasing in the Italian half. The Azzurri kicked long into the waiting arms of Daly who sent the ball back. An aerial battle ensued until miscommunication from the Blues meant nobody caught the ball and England’s Ben Te’o took full advantage, securing possession for the hosts. Italy, however, overturned on the far wing. George Kruis blocked a clearance kick, gathered the ball and crossed for a try. George Ford converted: England 43 – 14 Italy (64 minute).

Italy were now looking forlorn as they walked back to the half-way line. They kicked long; England gathered and Ford found distance on his clearance kick, taking play back to the half-way line.

Final change for England: Joe Launchbury off for Nathan Hughes. (65 minute).

Italy tried to run with ball in hand but could not break through. They were forced to kick, and England re-gathered and came again, A dream start for Dan Robson, replacement scrum-half, who scored after Daly offloaded to Cokanasiga, who in turn passed to Robson. Converted: England 50 – 14 Italy.

May gathered well under the high-ball and held firm when tackled. England box-kicked out. Italy were pushed further back as the host’s defence was quick on the challenge.

England won a penalty as the Italian tight-head prop Tiziano Pasquali did not engage.

The hosts pushed up to the 22 but lost possession; Italy running the wing but without enough pace could not complete the movement.

Penalty to Italy following a high tackle just outside the England 22 by Nathan Hughes. The Azzurri kicked for a line-out and secured possession under pressure. They formed a maul but the scrum-half Palazzani was told to use the ball as the maul was static.

The ball was released to the centres. Penalty to England. Daly kicked for a chase which rolled into touch just shy of the try-line. It was still a strong position which the hosts could – and did – take advantage of with Brad Shields going over for a brace.

Full-Time at Twickenham Stadium: England 57 – 14 Italy

82,022 attendance.

Man Of The Match: Joe Cockanasiga
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