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Saturday, 25 July 2020

A peaceful protest is to be held tomorrow afternoon outside St Helier hospital against the closure of their acute services units.


These services, including A&E and critical care, are set to be moved to a new site in Belmont.

Campaigners plan to wear masks with red crosses to symbolise what they believe are valid concerns about moving critical services away from local hospitals.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Surrey police are appealing for witnesses after a nineteen-year-old male cyclist was found unconscious in Weybridge.

It is believed that the car that was involved in the collision last night did not stop.

The man was taken to hospital and is now conscious, but his condition remains critical.

Officers have arrested an eighteen year-old man from Chertsey, and would like to speak to anyone who may have seen the incident.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A law centre in Croydon has won a coveted award for its work in helping people to get justice.

The South West Law Centre has been handed The Legal Aid Lawyers of the Year award.

The move has been supported by David Challen from Claygate.

He successfully campaigned for the release of his mother Sally who was jailed for life for the murder of her husband in 2010.

She was freed last year after her sentence was commuted to manslaughter on the grounds he was abusive.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Surrey’s Police and Crime Commissioner is welcoming a Government review of his role.

David Munro says improving accountability and scrutiny will improve public service.

The first stage of the PCC review will start in the next few weeks.

The second stage will take place next year after elections in May and will focus on longer-term reform.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

There are calls for the government to ensure the Windrush Generation get their full state pension.

Many people who left the country have had their money “frozen” at the level it was when they retired or left the country.

Streatham’s MP Bell-Ribeiro Addy is calling on the government to review the “immoral policy”.

The Home Office says “this issue of pensions is completely unrelated to issues experienced by the Windrush Generation.”

The statement goes on to say “We are determined to right the wrongs of the Windrush Generation.”

A Government spokesperson said:

“This issue of pensions is completely unrelated to issues experienced by the Windrush Generation. When someone moves abroad, this can affect their pension. The Government continues to uprate state pensions overseas where there is a legal requirement to do so, for example, in countries where there is a reciprocal agreement that allows for uprating.

“We are determined to right the wrongs of the Windrush Generation, which is why the Home Secretary is driving change to implement the findings of the Lessons Learned review to ensure nothing like this will happen again.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Young people in care are being urged to have their say on the quality of services they receive via a new task group.

The “No Wrong Door Task Group” has been created by Surrey County Council.

It’ll look at means to better support “looked-after children”, children at risk of entering care and care leavers.

A new model is also being proposed which would help prevent some young people from needing to go into care at all.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Boris Johnson has admitted the Government could have handled the coronavirus outbreak "differently."

In an interview with the BBC, the Prime Minister also said there were gaps in the understanding about the virus during the early stages.

Sir Ed Davey, acting leader of the Liberal Democrats and MP for Kingston and Surbiton, says the PM is just admitting what we have all known for some time.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:15 pm  

Pride in Surrey has announced it’s taking a tour of all 11 districts of Surrey in a Pride themed vehicle on 8th August

In April, Pride in Surrey was forced to cancel its main event due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The organisation is encouraging people to clap and take pictures of the vehicle using the hashtag #PrideOnTheRoad as it travels through Surrey.

Last month, Pride in Surrey became one of many regional and national LGBT+ organisations to be involved with Global Pride.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 pm  

Young people in care are being urged to have their say on the quality of services they receive via a new task group

The "No Wrong Door Task Group" has been created by Surrey County Council.

It'll look at means to better support "looked-after children", children at risk of entering care and care leavers.

A new model is also being proposed which who help prevent some young people from needing to go into care at all.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:43 am  

A man has been jailed for killing another man after spending the day drinking together in Weybridge

60-year-old Ralph Carter was found guilty of the manslaughter of 52-year-old Glen Hopgood in January.

Surrey Police said Carter acted in self-defence after Mr Hopgood attacked him.

Carter has been jailed for nine years following a trial at Isleworth Crown Court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:18 am  

Kingston Community School will close next week after just five years

The Government announced the news due to the “adverse financial situations” of the school and of the trust running it.

Chapel St Community Schools Trust in Merton Parks says it "creates inspirational schools founded on a radically relational model".

Kingston Council says pupils have been offered alternative school places.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:39 am  

Richmond Park’s MP says she’s determined to secure funding to get work on Hammersmith Bridge completed

It’s after Transport for London published a revise budget showing repairs are ‘Contingent on Additional Funding’.

TfL’s finances have been badly affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.

Bosses will continue to make the case for repairs and seek opportunities for additional funding to enable them to progress.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 am  

Police have arrested two men following a 20-minute-high speed pursuit in Cobham late last night

Officers spotted a black Honda Civic, that had previously failed to stop for police in Seven Hills Road and authorised a pursuit after it didn’t stop on request for a second time.

The vehicle was followed through Weybridge, Walton on Thames, over Hampton Court bridge at around 23:20, and eventually came to a stop at 23:40 in Dunboe Place, Shepperton.

The 18-year-old driver, along with one of the passengers, were arrested.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

Friday, 24 July 2020

Two Sainsbury’s across Richmond won’t be selling alcohol after 9pm until the end of August.

It’s a move to tackle late-night gatherings, and problems of public urination, littering and noise.

Council leader Gareth Roberts calls it a “very welcome step”.

He’s calling on other retailers to follow suit.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

40 arrests have been made in two weeks, during a crackdown in drink and drug driving in Surrey.

Police are urging people to plan ahead before a night out, to book a taxi, or get a lift with somebody sober.

237 vehicles were stopped, with 24 people taken into custody for a positive drug wipe, 15 for a breath test, and one for both.

People caught for driving under the influence risk a minimum year-long ban, an unlimited fine, and a criminal record.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A lack of space for cycling and walking is the top traffic concern for people in Hounslow.

The council has announced the results of its public consultation on its ongoing Streetspace programme.

There were 4,000 contributions from nearly 900 residents.

High traffic speeds and air quality issues also topped the agenda.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Investigations are continuing after an armed robbery in New Malden.

Police were called to a commercial premises in Leigh Close, just off Kingston road, at 10am on Monday.

The suspects fled with a quantity of cash but there were no reported injuries and no arrests have been made.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Kew Gardens is inviting us to travel the world in one day

Visitors to the world-famous gardens can now view plants and flowers from ten countries on six continents.

These include the Mediterranean, a Japanese tea garden, South African mountaintops and the forests of California

Closing the gardens during the pandemic has cost Kew an estimated £15 million.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Sadiq Khan has bought himself an e-bike to help him get around town

London’s Mayor has spent lockdown working from home in Tooting.

However, he’s used his new purchase to encourage people to get around the capital by bike.

He wants public transport reserved for those who have to use it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:13 pm  

No-shows at Kew Gardens are levelling out at around 20%

Once lockdown restrictions eased, visitors had been asked to book slots in advance to help with social distancing at the site.

But bosses now say the no shows mean they are having to increase capacity for visitors showing up on the day to accommodate for the loss.

Closing the world-famous gardens during the pandemic is estimated to have lost Kew £15 million.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:14 pm  

Two police officers have been praised, after saving a man from possibly drowning in the pond in Wandsworth Common

PCs Amy Bale and Red Haddouch were called last Thursday, and the man was floating and not responding to their calls.

They ran into the water and pulled him out to the side.

He was then taken to hospital.

Sergeant James O’Conner says they selflessly put the public first, and played it down as just another day at work.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:12 pm  

Kingston Council releases more Covid grants for smaller businesses

Portfolio holder for Business and Leisure, Councillor John Sweeney, tells us about the news that Kingston Council has a limited number of grants available to help small independent businesses across the borough.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:52 pm  

The army will be offering Covid-19 tests in Wandsworth on Sunday

Anyone experiencing symptoms can take a test; you don’t have to be a key worker.

The location of the pop-up centre will only be revealed once an appointment has been booked via the council website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:51 pm  

Part of Kingston town centre is now under a Police “dispersal zone”

Anyone who fails to comply to direction given by officers, or surrender items when requested, will be committing an offence.

The Met says it’s made the decision based on previous disorder.

It will be in place until 2pm on Sunday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Over 1,600 people have signed a petition against new restrictions in Ewell Village

There are plans for a temporary “bus gate”, that would mean cars aren’t allowed to drive through the high street.

It’s due to be in place for three months, to reduce traffic and allow greater social distancing on the narrow pavements in the area.

The petition highlights concerns about rat-running on residential streets.

You can find the petition here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

A burglar who has been on the run for a year has been caught in Wandsworth

25-year-old Miley Connors escaped from prison in Devon last April.

He was caught when two off-duty officers stopped at a crash on the A3 in March.

Connors was first given an eight and a half year jail sentence, and has been sentenced to a further 15 months.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

Another person has stepped in to try and fight job cuts at Heathrow

Feltham and Heston MP Seema Malhotra has spoken out about the potential redundancies of 459 workers, who handed out face masks and managed social distancing.

She says two-thirds of the staff are women, and many from ethnic minority backgrounds.

She says this group are hit harder both health-wise and economically from COVID-19.

Passenger numbers have plummeted since countries around the world started lockdowns, and the airport says they’re exploring options to avoid job losses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:11 pm  

A man has been jailed for 9 years after being found guilty of manslaughter in Weybridge

60 year old Ralph Carter killed 52-year-old Glen Hopgood at a house in Old Palace Road in the early hours of January.

The court heard that the two men had been socialising and drinking together during the day.

However, police received a 999 call from Carter’s mobile phone reporting that he had killed someone.

Carter claimed Mr Hopgood had attacked him and that he was only acting in self-defence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:39 am  

Drugs, a “Rambo” style knife and £60,000 in cash have been found at a house in Tooting

It’s after police intercepted what appeared to be a drug deal taking place between two men at around 8.30 on Wednesday night.

When searched, one man was found to be in possession of cannabis while the other had a text on his phone relating to drug supply.

He was arrested for being concerned in the supply of class A drugs and taken to police custody, where he remains.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 am  

Thursday, 23 July 2020

It looks like Wimbledon Police Station is safe for the foreseeable future

Lib Dem Councillor Paul Kohler says he’s been told the site is to be used as a combined emergency response unit for Merton and Wandsworth.

He says although it’s not a guarantee the station won’t fall victim to cost cutting measures in the future, it’s a, “positive sign.”

Wimbledon’s 24-hour front desk will also remain open.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

UV cleaning robots are being put to use at Heathrow

The airport says the machines use Ultraviolet rays to kill viruses and bacteria at night.

UV technology is also being used to continuously disinfect moving handrails and coat public surfaces.

Some staff have also been re-trained in extra hygiene measures.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Investigations are continuing after a man “staggered” into hospital after being stabbed in Mitcham

Police are now appealing for witnesses, after the incident on Monday evening on Upper Green East.

When the force arrived, everyone involved had fled.

The fight took place on a busy road, near a parade of shops, and they’re looking for anyone with mobile phone or dashcam footage.

There have been no arrests.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

This Sunday will mark one year since the murder of a man in Chessington

Police are re-issuing appeals for witnesses, saying they believe there are still people who haven’t come forward.

25 year old Liam Dent was deliberately struck by a Ford S-MAX in Moor Lane and dragged for half a mile.

There have so far been 10 arrests.

New CCTV footage of events leading up to Liam’s murder have also been released.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A house has been gutted by fire in Morden

Part of the roof, ground and first floor of the terraced property in Abbotsbury Road were damaged.

The blaze broke out just after 10 o'clock this morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Police have issued a fresh appeal to find a man from Walton wanted on recall to prison

42 year old Lee Douglas Wall was last seen in the town on 27th May.

He is wanted for breaching the terms of his court harassment order and for recall to prison.

He is described as a white male, of athletic build, 5’6” tall with black hair and brown eyes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:10 pm  

A man has been charged, after two police officers were injured near Crystal Palace’s football ground

36-year-old Alec Lemard is from Preston in Lancashire, and is accused of GBH, and making threats to kill.

Police were called to Clifton Road in South Norwood on Monday, where a man was threatening people inside a house.

He’s appearing in court today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:51 pm  

Hounslow Council has delivered Brompton folding bikes to a number of NHS staff in the borough

The aim is to allow them to commute to work without having to use public transport if they don’t want to.

Cycle proficiency schemes are also available to those who are a bit nervous or new to cycling.

The bikes can also be folded and put into car boots for those who work at NHS sites outside of the borough and want to cycle part of the way.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Thousands of square metres of land have been burnt in a fire near Wisley

Crews received 47 calls to a stretch of land on the A3 northbound between Ripley and Wisley.

The cause is unknown.

Surrey Fire and Rescue gave thanks to all involved, saying “great by all in locating the fire and bringing it under control quickly”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

A 250-foot skyscraper is due to be built in Hammersmith

The 23-storey hotel has been given planning permission, despite opposition from residents and the area’s MP.

It’ll be built on the Magistrate’s Court, near the flyover.

147 residents opposed it, on the grounds that it was too tall, and the borough already has 180 hotels.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Months’ worth of PPE are going to be paid for by Surrey County Council

Providers gained equipment from three sources, the government, business donations, and the council.

While the council intended for their service to be used as a last resort, many providers used it as their main or only source of supply.

They’re now waiving the fee for any PPE bought from them before the 13th of July.

The cost going forward will be based on the price Surrey has paid for the stock with no profit sought.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:11 am  

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says it was very special to lift the Premier League trophy in the Kop end at Anfield.

With no fans allowed in due to coronavirus, seats were removed and a podium built ahead of the 5-3 win over Chelsea.

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard says, despite the defeat, a good result is “in their hands” and he’s looking forward to the final game of the season.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:17 am  

Pilots working for British Airways are being urged to accept a range of measures, including pay cuts, to avoid more job losses

The union Balpa says the package includes part-time working and slashing salaries initially by a fifth, with pay recovering over the next few years.

Pilots are being balloted on the deal, which also involves around 270 compulsory redundancies.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:02 am  

Wednesday, 22 July 2020

Gunshots heard in Mitcham are being investigated by police.

They were called Monday evening after the gunfire was heard on Fairfield Close.

It’s believed shots were fired towards a group of men, but nobody is believed to be injured and everyone ran off before the force arrived.

However, damage was caused to a nearby property.

No arrests have been made.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

One of the founders of youth charity Mentivity has joined police officers out on patrol in Croydon.

The charity provides support for young people, schools and parents to encourage greater educational engagement.

After the walkabout, Leon Wright confessed he had no idea how “complex and difficult” the job of policing is.

He also says he had no idea of the often limited information that officers are required to respond to.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

County Cricket is back this weekend.

The game will return to the Surrey county ground, The Oval, on Sunday.

The government named Surrey County Cricket Club as one of three pilot events for the return of spectators to elite sports venues.

Members are being invited to attend the fixture between Surrey and Middlesex on Sunday and Monday.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

The Championship season will draw to a close tonight with plenty of eyes on the top.

Brentford, West Brom or Fulham will join Leeds United in being promoted to the Premier league.

Leeds have already been confirmed as champions ending 16 year of endeavour at Elland Road.

The battle for the play-offs is also a close one with four teams set for another opportunity to be promoted to England’s Top Tier.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

The Beckmead Trust will run Richmond’s newest free school.

The council says it is “delighted” by the announcement.

Beckmead was chosen following a rigorous and competitive application and interview process.

Currently, the Trust runs the Beckmead Family of Schools in Croydon, which are rated Outstanding by Ofsted.

It has just taken on an alternative provision academy in Essex, the Beckmead Moundwood Academy.

Richmond’s new school is expected to open in 2023 at the Barnes Hospital site.

It will eventually accommodate up to 90 pupils aged seven to 19.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

One of the founders of youth charity Mentivity has joined police officers out on patrol in Croydon.

The charity provides support for young people, schools and parents to encourage greater educational engagement.

After the walkabout, Leon Wright confessed he had no idea how “complex and difficult” the job of policing is.

He also says he had no idea of the often limited information that officers are required to respond to.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Musical theatre legend Elaine Page is hoping her voice will raise thousands of pounds for charity.

She’s released her version of the classic single “Sing a Rainbow.”

The money will go to Tadworth based Children’s Trust, where Elaine has been an ambassador for nearly 40 years.

The charity supports children with acquired brain injury or neuro-disability and their families.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Richmond Park’s MP says she’s seen an increase in the amount of constituents writing to her about “an enormous rise in traffic.”

Lib Dem Sarah Olney is encouraging people to think about how they can introduce walking into their daily commute.

Over 50% of car journeys made are under 2 miles.

The increase in traffic over the last few weeks has been exacerbated by roadworks required to facilitate social distancing.

The main travel hotspots are around Kingston and Richmond Bridges which have seen vehicle lanes reduced from two to one.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:06 pm  

The M20 in Kent has been rated England's worst motorway.

Research looked at things like surface quality and journey times.

The M11 between Cambridge and London came out on top - while the A66 across the Pennines scored highly in its own category.

The M25 was in 12th place, with 75%, and the A3 came sixth with 84%.

Lee Rowbotham from the group behind the study, Transport Focus, says it's important to look into satisfaction because unhappy drivers can be dangerous.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

A PhD student at Roehampton is helping amputees keep active during lockdown

People with lower limb amputation usually need training in a clinic with special equipment, and direct observation.

Miranda Asher is now holding video sessions with her clients that include exercises they can do while seated, and give advice to help them walk.

She says “everyone needs activity to support health, and the key is working within their current abilities and building upon them”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:07 pm  

A 26 year-old man has been charged in connection with an assault at Thorpe Park on Saturday afternoon

Two groups of people were involved in an altercation on the bridge close to the exit.

A 26 year-old man was subsequently treated for an injury to his stomach and is recovering at home.

Craig Harakh has been charged with causing GBH with intent and possession of an offensive weapon and will appear in court via video-link this morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 am  

Merton Council is to ask the government for an independent review into the decision to create a new “super hospital” in Sutton

Under the proposals, supported by the NHS, services including A&E and maternity, will be moved to a site next to the Royal Marsden.

The decision to write to the health secretary was made at a meeting last night.

The council is challenging the decision on the grounds it would mean moving vital health services away from deprived areas.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:11 am  

Microplastics in the Thames are being eaten by wildlife, and exist in high quantities

That’s according to research from Royal Holloway University in Egham, the Natural History Museum, and the Zoological Society of London.

They looked at 135 crabs, and removed 874 pieces of plastic from them.

They found that at peak ebb tides, 94,000 microplastics flow down the Thames per second, in some areas.

Researcher Katherine McCoy says it shows greater regulations are needed for labelling and disposal of wet wipes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 am  

Kingston Council has announced its education provider for a new school for youngsters on the Autism spectrum.

“Ambitious about Autism Schools Trust” was selected after a rigorous selection process.

The Trust currently runs The Rise School in Hounslow.

The new school, which will accommodate 90 pupils aged 4-19, should open in Chessington in 2022 or 2023.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

Tuesday, 21 July 2020

The RNLI is once again urging Londoners to “Respect the Water”

The capital is home to the UK’s two busiest lifeboat stations; Tower and Chiswick.

Tim James is one of the founding crew members of Teddington station.

He says people don’t realise the dangers of swimming in the Thames:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Three teenagers have been detained after trying to flee police on patrol in Wandsworth

Officers who searched the trio found individually packaged quantities of suspected class B drugs.

An eight-inch bladed kitchen knife was also found in a nearby hedge following a tip off from a member of the public.

A 16 year-old boy from Croydon was arrested on suspicion of supplying drugs and possession of an offensive weapon.

He will appear at Wimbledon Youth Court next month.

Two 16 year-old boys, also arrested, were released under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Four people are in hospital following a collision in Shepperton

It happened in Gaston Bridge Road just before 2pm.

The cars involved included a Ford Focus, a Jaguar and a Peugeot.

Police are appealing for witnesses or drivers with dash-cam footage to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:34 pm  

Kingston Hospital is looking at modernising its bicycle facilities

It’s in response to a spate of bike thefts at Newcastle’s Royal Victoria Infirmary.

Police investigating there have made 12 arrests.

Kingston says it’s vital there are “safe, secure and modern storage facilities” to help staff cycling to work during the pandemic.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:20 pm  

Air ambulance called to New Malden

The air ambulance was called to New Malden earlier.

Its after a person was found injured inside a house in Thetford Road.

Ambulance crews were called just before 4.30pm.

There are no further details at this stage.

A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said:

"We were called at 4.19pm today to reports of a person injured at a residential address in Thetford Road in New Malden.”

“We dispatched two ambulance crews and an incident response officer, with the first of our medics arriving within four minutes. We also dispatched London’s Air Ambulance.”

“We are working at the scene and the incident is ongoing.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:17 pm  

Police are on the hunt for the “doorstep dumper,” who was caught on CCTV defecating outside a house in Parson’s Green worth over £800,000

The Mail has shown a picture of the muscly man, in shorts and a vest, looking into the camera just before the incident last Friday evening.

Sophie Penn, who first shared the pictures, called it, “absolutely disgusting behaviour.”

There have been no arrests.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:10 pm  

People are being urged not to use the Thames and its tributaries as a dumping ground

It’s after some residents living near the Hogsmill in Worcester Park claim fly-tipping is having a detrimental effect on wildlife.

Graham Jones is the Vice Chairman of the Cuddington Residents Association; he explains the type of problem they’re seeing:



The Environment Agency is urging anyone who witnesses fly-tipping to report it to either them or Crimestoppers anonymously.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:46 pm  

Police have charged a fifth man in connection to a multi-million pound raid in Fulham

£5.1 million was discovered in cash at an address and seized by officers.

The men have been remanded in custody pending further court hearings.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:04 pm  

Merseyside Police are urging Liverpool fans to stay away from Anfield when they lift the Premier League trophy tomorrow night.


The force says it will take action to ensure people stick to social distancing rules.

Club captain Jordan Henderson will get his hands on the silverware following their match with Chelsea.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:58 pm  

Richmond Council is to continue hosting virtual seminars on the Coronavirus crisis

The sessions are led by Shannnon Katiyo, who is the borough’s Director of Public Health.

The meetings provide updates on the on the latest Covid19 guidance, with the council saying the threat of the virus “hasn’t gone away.”

The next session, aimed at the volutary sector, will take place on August 18th at 2pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm  

Two people have been arrested in West London on suspicion of funding terrorism

A 53-year-old woman and a 41-year-old man were detained early this morning.

They’ve been taken into custody at a police station in South London.

A police search is on-going at an address in west London.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Police say reports of rat poison on the street in Richmond is false

The force says they investigated the alleged incident near Stanmore Road, and found it to be an animal-safe dog repellent.

The owners of the property say it was because of frequent urination and defecation by dogs.

The Met are reminding people to clear up after their dogs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

A Conservative MP is being accused of inappropriate behaviour, after allegedly asking an intern to “fool around with him”

That’s according to BBC Wales.

Rob Roberts also admitted to asking out a Commons employee, but recognises that “was inappropriate”.

Kingston MP and acting leader of the Lib Dems, Sir Ed Davey, says “we must make sure women are safe at work”.

He’s among those calling for the whip to be removed from Mr Roberts during investigations.

A Tory spokesperson says they take all allegations extremely seriously, and have processes in place to investigate complaints.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:06 pm  

A report into Russian interference in UK politics has confirmed the Kremlin did try to influence the 2014 Scottish independence referendum

But it says it's very difficult to prove that Moscow meddled in the Brexit vote, two years later.

The long-awaited findings come from the Commons intelligence and security committee.

Epsom MP and former Transport secretary Chris Grayling was reportedly the government favourite to chair the committee, but was kept out of the job when Dr Julian Lewis put himself forward instead.

The report says "Russian influence is the new normal".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

A recycling centre in Kew is bringing in new measures to ease the queues

Residents trying to access Townmead Road Recycling Centre now have to book an appointment.

The waiting times reach two hours on a near daily basis, and make it difficult for people to access Mortlake Crematorium.

Slots are currently fully booked up to the weekend, but a new online booking system has launched to help ease a backlog.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:07 am  

It’s the time of year when Londoners flock to the banks of the Thames to enjoy the hot weather

It’s also a time when the RNLI appeals to people to adhere to its key messages “respect the water” and “float to live.”

Tim James is one of the founding crew members of Teddington station, which launched in 2002.

He says many don’t realise what cold shock can do to a person, and how staying calm could save your life.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:58 am  

A man is in a critical condition in hospital, following an assault in Mitcham

Reports say the man in his early 30s “staggered” into hospital, with multiple stab wounds.

Police say they were called at 5.30 yesterday evening to Upper Green East to an assault, but they couldn’t find a victim.

There have been no arrests.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:01 am  

Five people from across Hounslow have been charged on suspicion of drug dealing.

Police have just released details about the arrest in Staines last Monday evening.

A Hyundai was stopped and the force recovered multiple phones, suspected class A and B drugs, and cash.

They’ll appear at Kingston Crown Court next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Monday, 20 July 2020

A new youth survey has been launched looking at the health and wellbeing of children and young people during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Kingston and Richmond Youth Council is working with a variety of organisations to look at ways in which services can be improved for young people.

If you have any ideas or thoughts then you can email them at [email protected]
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Nearly 500 people have applied for a bar job at a pub in Wimbledon.

General Manager at the Alexandra, Mick Dore, says he usually receives around a dozen replies.

He also says people from 13 miles away in West Ham were applying.

Jobs site CV Library says there was a 62% drop in vacancies between March and June.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

GlaxoSmithKline's backing what it describes as a "cutting edge" player in the race to develop a Covid-19 vaccine.

The Brentford-based drug giant's putting 130-million pounds into German company CureVac for 10-percent of the business.

The treatment involves getting the immune system to produce a protein to fight the virus.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

There’s been an armed robbery in New Malden.

Police were called to a commercial premises in Leigh Close, just off Kingston road, at 10am.

The suspects fled with a quantity of cash but there were no reported injuries and no arrests have been made.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

A team of firefighters have been congratulated on a “quacking job”, after rescuing some ducklings in Hammersmith

They’d fallen from a roof into an underground car park on Rainville Road, and were trapped inside a ventilation system.

Firefighter Malena Orlando says they had to use an electric cutter and saw to gain access to the vent.

The ducklings were reunited with their mother, checked over, then swam away up the river.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:49 pm  

Police are still on the hunt for a man from Wandsworth, two years since he escaped from court

32 year old Ashley Mitchell was sentenced to four years in prison for possession with intent to supply crack cocaine and heroin.

He left the court that day and has not been seen since.

He has connections to Lambeth, Thornton Heath and Croydon.

He is also wanted by The Metropolitan Police for numerous other offences.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:10 pm  

The Foreign Secretary's confirmed rising tensions with China have prompted changes to the UK's extradition arrangements with Hong Kong

The Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab has made the announcement in the House of Commons:



It comes after Beijing imposed a controversial national security law on the former British colony, introducing new crimes with severe penalties.

China has accused the UK of "meddling" in its affairs.

Mr Raab says the UK Government "will always protect our vital interests."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:55 pm  

Mental health patients at St George’s Hospital in Tooting, are allegedly having to wait in areas designed for people with COVID-19

One anonymous worker says he was treating somebody “a few feet away” from a person receiving end-of-life treatment for the disease.

St George’s says they have, “strict infection prevention and control measures”.

They also say that the assessment room inside the “red zone” is completely separate, despite shared toilets, access and exit points.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

A 26 year old man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after an assault at Thorpe Park on Saturday afternoon

Two groups of people were involved in an altercation on the bridge close to the exit at around 5pm.

A 26 year-old man was subsequently treated for an injury to his stomach and is recovering in hospital.

Two men, both aged 26, who were arrested on Saturday night have been bailed pending further enquiries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:10 pm  

A petition to save animal hospitals in London is nearing 10,000 signatures, and a crowdfunder has raised over £4,000

The RSPCA says a severe drop in donations means that centres including Putney Animal Hospital might have to close.

The centre treats over 7,500 animals each year, and is the only 24-hour animal hospital in London.

Putney MP Fleur Anderson is speaking to the RSPCA today, and presenting her separate petition to them.


Links

Fleur Anderson's petition.

Fundraiser.

Change.org petition.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Chelsea will play Arsenal next month in the final of this season's FA Cup

Frank Lampard's side were comfortable 3-1 winners over Manchester United at Wembley last night.

Arsenal secured their place with a 2-nil win over Manchester City on Saturday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 am  

The warders at the Tower of London, known as Beefeaters, are facing redundancies for the first time in 500 years

A drop in tourism due to the coronavirus lockdown has led to a £100m black hole in the Tower's finances.

It’s run by Historic Royal Palaces, who also manage landmarks including Hampton Court.

HRP chief executive John Barnes said the organisation had "simply had no choice" but to make the cuts.

"Historic Royal Palaces is a self-funded charity. We depend on visitors for 80% of our income," he said.

"The closure of our six sites for almost four months has dealt a devastating blow to our finances, which we expect to continue for the rest of the financial year and to be compounded by the slow recovery of international tourism.

"We have taken every possible measure to secure our financial position, but we need to do more to survive in the long term.

"We simply have no choice but to reduce our payroll costs."

Mr Barnes added that the Beefeaters remained a valued part of the Tower of London and would "continue to be part of the Tower's story in the years to come".

"We are heartbroken that it has come to this," he said.

HRP added that there would still be "sufficient staff" to run the site.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:25 am  

People are saying that it breaks their heart, that a sign has been put up that the Royal Parks are not toilets or rubbish bins

The #BeKindToYourParks campaign is aiming to raise awareness of littering.

It’s after a video emerged of a deer with plastic tubing wrapped round its antlers in Richmond Park.

A nature photographer used the hashtag to say “would you still like my captures if they looked like that?”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

A hospice in Cheam is hoping to raise funds by holding a virtual online quiz tomorrow featuring some celebrity guests

St Rapheal’s has experienced a 75% funding shortfall which amounts to £1.6m pounds since lockdown.

It has continued to provide end of life care and palliative care for people in Merton and Sutton.

It has been reliant on donations and community support including homemade PPE to help it continue its vital services.

Emily Kaniecki us tells about their celebrity guests

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:15 am  

Two sisters from King Athelstan Primary School in Kingston are celebrating this week, after the results of this year’s National Skipping Challenge were announced

This year’s winner is 10-year old Molly Irwin, with second place being awarded to Molly’s younger sister, 8-year-old Jess.

Since the competition started in 2002, over 5000 children from 600 different schools have taken part.

Previous winners of the school’s cup include pupils from Merton and Richmond.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 am  

Sunday, 19 July 2020

Thousands of Sutton residents are being sked how they’d like to help spend the borough’ neighbourhoods fund.

The money flows into the council from developers under section 106 agreements, in which they promise to help enhance community facilities in return for permission to build.

Ideas could include planting trees, installing play equipment or renovating community centres.

The consultation lasts till October 4th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:48 pm  

A study into breast cancer that’s taken over ten years by scientists in Sutton has yielded its results.

The Institute of Cancer Research was part of a study that found that fewer, larger doses of radiotherapy is as safe as more, smaller doses.

Fewer session benefit patients at low risk of relapse, who can’t tolerate daily radiation due to underlying conditions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:08 pm  

A licenced taxi driver has been reported after police found they only had a provisional driving licence.

The driver was waiting at Heathrow to pick up a friend.

The vehicle was picked up the by the hire company.

A further 28 taxis were checked, and three were dealt with for issues such as no badge being displayed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:11 pm  

Surrey police say they’ve had more than 20 reports this month of calls from scammers claiming, falsely, to work for Amazon Prime

Surrey police say they’ve had more than 20 reports this month of calls from scammers claiming, falsely, to work for Amazon Prime.

Potential victims are told they’ll be charged a subscription, usually £79.99 unless they provide their bank details and install an app on their phones to stop the payments

The scammers are then able to the money from their accounts.

Police are warning people to be wary of calls about subscriptions and never hand over their bank details. They say victims in other parts of the UK have lost devastating sums.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:28 am  

A proposed shake-up of local government could lead to some councils disappearing in Surrey and others being merged

A proposed shake-up of local government could lead to some councils disappearing in Surrey and others being merged.

Ministers are hoping to replace the two-tier system of county and district councils with more unitary authorities, meaning Surrey County Council could itself disappear.

Local political parties are looking into the various options for drawing the local government map including the size of councils, and maintaining local identity.

We hear from Nick Derby from the Surrey Residents Association.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:26 am  

Warning over litter upsurge in Richmond Park and Bushy Park

The easing of lockdown has brought an upsurge of litter to London’s Royal Parks.

The authorities say they can’t remember the problem being so acute in the ten open spaces, which include Richmond Park and Bushy Park.

They’re warning the deluge of waste is spoiling the environment and threatening wildlife, and they’re asking visitors to take it home or find a bin.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:25 am  

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a stabbing at Thorpe Park

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a stabbing at Thorpe Park.

A man in his 20s suffered knife wounds across his stomach after an altercation on Saturday afternoon t the theme park near Chertsey.

Police say he's in a serious condition in hospital.

[Total 00:15]
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 am  

United Airlines is to introduce the ‘first touchless check in experience at Heathrow Airport.’

United Airlines is to introduce the ‘first touchless check in experience at Heathrow Airport.’

With airlines looking to reduce touchpoints United says the new experience will allow people to check in without touching the kiosk.

Passengers will be able to check in online and then scan their boarding passes on their mobile.
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