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Saturday, 12 September 2020

A man and woman have been convicted for holding and transporting a gun and ammunition following a trial at Croydon Crown Court.


A man and woman have been convicted for holding and transporting a gun and ammunition following a trial at Croydon Crown Court.

26-year-old Bekki Dean from Carshalton, and 39-year-old Bradley Clancy, 39 of no fixed address, were found guilty of firearms offences following a nine-day trial.

In August last year specialist firearms officers, stopped a black Volkswagen Polo on Peterborough Road in Carshalton where a gun and ammunition was discovered in a bag.

The pair are due to be sentenced in October.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:45 pm  

Kingston-born British designer Sir Terence Conran has died at the age of 88.

He was born in 1931 and his achievements include founding Habitat and the Design Museum. 

His family have described him in a statement as a “visionary who revolutionised the way we live in Britain”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:41 pm  

A serious collision took place this morning in Ashford involving a single vehicle and a bus shelter.

The driver was in a silver Ford Fiesta on Church Road at 9.30 and collided with a pedestrian and bus-stop.

The pedestrian has serious injuries and has been taken to hospital. The police are asking for witnesses or for those with dashcam footage to come forward.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:27 pm  

Spelthorne Council has been granted a final injunction against a fencing company

Spelthorne Council has been granted a final injunction against a fencing company.

The case against Heathrow Fencing Ltd has been ongoing since 2014.

It began when the council advised the company it was operating without planning permission on lane in Stanwell.

Two enforcement notices followed before the authority took its case to the High Court.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 am  

People are going to be given the chance to have a football stadium named after them.

Hampton and Richmond Borough Football Club has celebrated its 99th birthday, but is facing an uncertain future due to the pandemic.

It’s offering people £10 for a raffle ticket where the first prize is the Beveree Stadium named after you, your company, or a charity for the upcoming season.

Other prizes include joining the first team as a non-player for a day, and match sponsorship.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:07 am  

Runnymede Council are facing an £800,000 “black hole” in their finances, after their investments didn’t do as well as hoped

 

Councils across England have been heavily investing in property since 2015 as a way to make money.

The Taxpayers Alliance has been looking at nine councils, and Spelthorne Council was the only one that saw returns match up with forecasts.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:10 am  

It looks like St Helier and Carshalton are two of a number of London postcodes where homebuyers could make 50% savings

It looks like St Helier and Carshalton are two of a number of London postcodes where homebuyers could make 50% savings.

That’s according to research carried out by London property agents Benham and Reeves.

The team says the current stamp duty holiday is advantageous for properties in lower price ranges.

But it comes with a warning that before investing in a property project, projected costs should be thoroughly evaluated.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:13 am  

People across Richmond and Wandsworth are being urged to join a webinar with the boroughs’ sexual health teams.

Although the focus of this year’s Sexual Health Week is on young people, the webinar is open to all as a broad range of related topics.

 Those discussed will be relevant to parents, teachers, health professionals, youth workers and volunteers.

 The free webinar will run from 3 till 4pm next Thursday and be hosted via Zoom.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 am  

A vulnerable woman from Chertsey is receiving repeated calls from a person trying to find out details about her.

Police are investigating the “persistent” activity.

In addition to asking about her circumstances, the person is also trying to convince her of an upcoming home move and preparations.

Anyone with information is asking to contact police on 101, or Crimestoppers to remain anonymous.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

West Brom boss Slaven Bilic is confident of signing former Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic.

 The Serbian international,  who can play at full-back or centre-back, is a free agent after leaving Russian side Zenit St Petersburg in the summer.

Bilic says Ivanovic is the type of player that would benefit them on their return to the Premier League.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Friday, 11 September 2020

Fulham have further-strengthened their squad ahead of their opening game back in the Premier League.

Nigerian international right-back Ola Aina joins on a season-long loan from Italian side Torino.

Scott Parker's team start their top flight campaign at home to Arsenal tomorrow lunchtime.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

The Pizza Hut in Croydon is to be among 29 stores to close.

Around 450 jobs are to go in the restructuring.

The chain employs more than 5,000 people in Britain.

Rival Pizza Express is also restructuring, with 73 closures and 1,100 job losses.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A rise in domestic abuse has prompted a charity to raise public awareness to spot the signs and to speak up.

The UN has described the increase as a “shadow pandemic” alongside Covid-19.

“You Are not Powerless” is launching a new campaign across Surrey which has seen a 70% increase in abuse.

It has a team of professionals who can collate reports anonymously before passing them onto police to investigate.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Detectives investigating a robbery on-board a train between Waterloo and Isleworth have released CCTV images of two suspects.
The two men boarded the service at Clapham Junction on the 27th of August at around 4.30pm.

The men approached the victim sitting in another section of the train.

One of the men threatened the victim with a hammer concealed in his sleeve, and demanded the victim hands over his watch.

After taking the watch, the two men remained on the train and alighted when the train arrived at Isleworth station.

Officers believe the men in the CCTV images may have information which could help the investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

A number of high value bikes have been stolen from a shed in West Ewell
The suspects gained entry to the property in Riverview Road back in July.

Police have only just released details.

Two mountain bikes and two motorbikes were taken and officers want people with dashcam footage to come forward.





posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:05 pm  

A mother has been charged with the murder of her five-year-old daughter in Mitcham
Sayagi Sivanantham died in hospital in June after being found critically injured at a property.

35 year old Sutha Sivanantham appeared by video-link at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court.

She was remanded in custody to appear at the Old Bailey on Tuesday.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:10 pm  

Covid-19 is on the rise in some areas of Surrey
Areas of Spelthorne, including Staines, Ashford and Stanwell, are seeing the most cases.

The figures have been released by Surrey County Council.

Surrey’s Director of Public Health, Ruth Hutchinson, says the county is “a long way away from a lockdown,” people cannot be complacent.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:20 pm  

Lambeth Council are going to drop fines against footballers who were forced to urinate on Clapham Common due to the closure of toilets


The Sunday Southern Football League had written to the authority, saying the public facilities were closed and the portaloos chained up.

Wanderers Women Football Club also wrote an open letter, saying the officers were “prowling the area” to “make some quick cash for the council”.

Lambeth have now responded, saying all facilities will be open this weekend, and credits issued to all teams who played.

It’s says “the council is sincerely sorry for the situation last weekend and the way this issue has escalated”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:49 pm  

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard believes Liverpool and Manchester City will still be the teams to catch in the Premier League title race

The Londoners have brought in a number of big names, including Timo Werner, Thiago Silva and Ben Chilwell, in an effort to bridge the gap.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Concerns have been raised in parliament about crowds returning to Twickenham Stadium

The area’s Lib Dem MP, Munira Wilson, is calling for reassurance that there’s a low risk for a local spike in infections.

Up to 44,000 people are to travel to the area on the 24th and 25th of October for the autumn fixtures.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock says the plan is under review, and the results will be announced shortly.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:55 am  

Fulham boss Scott Parker is confident his side are ready for their first season back in the Premier League

They get the new campaign started at home to Arsenal tomorrow lunchtime, just over a month after beating Brentford in the Championship play-off final.

The Londoners were relegated at the first attempt when they were last in the top flight.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 am  

Some boats will be allowed to pass under Hammersmith Bridge today

Certain vessels have been granted special permission from Hammersmith and Fulham Council.

One off, 5-minute time slots are being handed out to enable those who have been forced to moor elsewhere, back again. 

The Grade II listed bridge was closed off completely in July after further safety issues were discovered within the structure. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Spelthorne Council are calling for a full inquiry into the death of a boy from Chertsey in 2014

Zane Gbangbola died during a flood, and while an inquest ruled that his death was due to a petrol-based pump in the house, his family maintain is was due to gas from a landfill site.

Spelthorne Council have now passed a motion saying crucial evidence has been ignored.

Councillor Ian Beardsmore told the meeting that high levels of hydrogen cyanide were found the day he died, but the report was not accepted by the coroner.

They’ll now be writing to the Home Secretary and demanding a “Hillsborough level” investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:11 am  

Thursday, 10 September 2020

Epsom and St Helier hospital trust will host its annual meeting via zoom tomorrow

 The agenda will include a financial review of the year and details of the trust’s new equality and ant-racism pledge.

 There will also be an update COVID and on the £500 million Government investment.

 The building of the new Specialist Emergency Care Hospital at Sutton will also be discussed.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:10 pm  

A student from Croydon has landed a seven-figure book deal

 Faridah Abike-Iyimide’s debut novel, titled ‘Ace of Spades’ will be published in the UK through Usborne Publishing in June next year.

Described as Gossip Girl meets Get Out the story takes place at an elite private school and Abike-Iyimide hopes to show black children they deserve a happy ending.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 pm  

Michy Batshuayi has returned to Crystal Palace on a season long loan deal from Chelsea.
The Belgium striker scored 6 goals in 13 games for the club in his last spell at Selhurst Park
Batshuayi found the net twice in a 5-1 win over Iceland while on international duty on Tuesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:33 pm  

A new, revamped Kingston Heritage Festival is back for ten days from tomorrow

A series of Open House and Heritage Open Days will reveal the borough’s 1,000-year history.

Four churches will be open to view including the Jacobean Church of St John The Baptist in New Malden.

A series of river walks and bike trails have also been compiled.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 pm  

A new online lottery in Richmond will be launched tonight at the Exchange in Twickenham

The “Get Lucky Local” will enable ticket buyers to contribute to charities of their own choice.

Charities, cultural and sports groups and community groups will benefit from the funds raised.

MP Munira Wilson is one of the supporters.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

Parents across Richmond are being asked to make sure their children have had the MMR vaccine before they return to school

The immunisation protects against Measles, Mumps and Rubella.

It’s given via two doses; when a child reaches 1 year old and again at 3½ years old, but it’s thought many miss the second dose.  

Complications of Measles include lung, eye and ear infections.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Spelthorne Council is saying “no rubbish excuses”

That’s its campaign to tackle littering in the borough, saying the reasons given are akin to “my dog ate my homework”.

They’re asking people to take their litter home with them if the bins are full, and to alert the council.

There’s been a rise in antisocial behaviour and rubbish left on the ground since lockdown began.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:34 pm  

Frequent flyers should be taxed more - and woodlands restored to help the UK meet its climate change targets by 2050

They're among the recommendations from the country's new citizen assembly, made up of people around the UK.

They also suggest labels on food to show how much carbon dioxide was produced to make it.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:48 pm  

Spelthorne Council will hold a special meeting today to discuss the death of 7-year-old Zane Gbangbola in Chertsey in 2014

It was concluded that poisonous gases from a pump used to divert flood water away from the house caused his death. 

Since then however, evidence has emerged that the dumping of potential toxic waste adjacent to his house could be to blame. 

 Zane’s parents are asking the council to support an Independent Panel Inquiry into their son’s death.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:08 pm  

The owner of Heathrow-based British Airways has announced it's cutting flights due to coronavirus travel restrictions and quarantine measures

IAG predicts it will operate at 60-percent less capacity between October and December - compared with the same period last year.

The company expects it will take until at least 2023 for passenger demand to recover to levels seen before the pandemic.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

One of the children involved in a collision in Earlsfield on Tuesday is in a stable condition after sustaining serious leg injuries

A car had mounted the pavement outside Beatrix Potter Primary School and collided with a number of children and adults.

The driver of the car stopped at the scene, neither they, nor the two children also in the car, were injured.

No arrests were made and enquiries continue.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

A government taskforce has been set up to reopen Hammersmith Bridge

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps says he’s calling in “specialist engineers to deliver rapid solutions”.

He criticised a “lack of leadership in London”.

It’s believed it could cost £46m to reopen it to just cyclists and pedestrians, and £141m altogether.

Hammersmith and Fulham Council are welcoming the announcement.

However, they say only the government has the money to fix the bridge, and “ministers must urgently commit to funding the necessary repairs”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:29 am  

Heathrow's boss is urging the government to fast track a coronavirus test which gives results in 20 seconds

Chief executive John Holland-Kaye says the new Virolens test, which launched on Wednesday after a three-week trial at the airport, is "quicker" than the government's preferred lab tests, and "potentially more accurate".

Scientists are criticising apparent government plans for mass coronavirus testing in the UK which could cost 100 billion pounds a year.

Leaked documents seen by the British Medical Journal show reported proposals for up to ten million tests a day, to help life return to normal.

Rising numbers of cases mean that in England from Monday, no more than 6 people can meet.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:48 am  

Parking charges in Richmond and Bushy parks could soon become a reality

Royal Parks has launched a public consultation on the matter; currently car park fees are voluntary.

Richmond Council is already voicing its concern saying the move could increase traffic congestion on nearby roads.

It’s hoped charges would discourage commuters and help raise funds for maintenance.

A cross-party campaign to stop the last proposal for the introduction of charges proved successful in 2010.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:23 am  

Environmentalists are urging residents across Surrey to watch their waste

The county’s Environmental Partnership has published a guide to help people question what they’re throwing away and whether it should really be in the bin.

The group say they’re pleased to have seen an increase in recycling since the Pandemic.

They’re suggesting that children could take on the role of “Binterrogator” as a fun way to learn more about the environment.

That’s as today, figures have been released showing wildlife populations have fallen two thirds since 1970.

WWF is calling for “swift action” against waste.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:01 am  

Wednesday, 9 September 2020

An education charity in Hounslow is renewing calls for donations of computers and laptops

The National Federation for Educational Research says 28% of pupils have limited home access to IT.

Hounslow’s Promise collect equipment to make sure children who are unable to attend school don’t fall behind.

Donations can be made via hounslowspromise.org
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A man in his 50s is in a serious condition in hospital after being attacked in Streatham

Police were called at around 2.45 yesterday afternoon to Sunnyhill Road, where the man was found unconscious.

No arrests have been made.

If you have any information, contact police on 101, or Crimestoppers to remain anonymous.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:40 pm  

A conman has been sentenced for fleecing a businessman out of £1,500 with the promise of two tickets for Wimbledon tennis championships

John Clugston offered his victim two discounted corporate tickets claiming they normally would cost £20,000 and would also include a dinner with Boris Becker.

The 74-year-old previously admitted fraud by false representation and was given a 12-month suspended jail sentence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Parents in Richmond are being urged to check their children are protected against measles.

It’s as figures recently released show an increase in cases.

Many children starting school for the first time or moving up to secondary school can be vulnerable to catching infectious diseases if they are not fully immunised.

If your child has not received the MMR vaccine, this can be provided by your local GP free on the NHS. The Richmond School Age Immunisation Team are also able to offer the MMR vaccine.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:20 pm  

A letter condemning the alleged oppression of the Uighur people has been sent to the Chinese ambassador

Mitcham MP Siobhain McDonagh’s letter is signed by 130 MPs and Lords.

There have been reports of the Chinese Government forcing abortions on the ethnic muslim minority, and taking them to camps.

Mrs McDonagh is calling for the UK to condemn these actions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 pm  

Surrey Police are asking for your help in to find a wanted man, Joseph Brazil from Epsom.

He is wanted in relation to an ongoing investigation and on recall to prison.

He’s described as having brown hair and brown eyes, around 5 feet 8” and has connections around Epsom and Ewell.

You can find a picture of him here:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:14 pm  

A teenage cancer charity has introduced a committee of young people who have been diagnosed with cancer themselves, called the “committeens”

Teens Unite works to support young people fighting the disease, with social actives and workshops.

23-year-old Mikhaila Corbett Hassit from Wimbledon says “you need to need find the silver linings in bad situations.”

She says she found her support network and best friends through the charity, and is now part of the Committee.

It will aim to improve the service and champion its work.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:26 pm  

The MP for Carshalton and Wallington has asked the Prime Minister to intervene in Sutton’s “SEND schools crisis.”

Elliot Colburn was referencing a BBC Panorama programme which aired on Monday night.

It focused on Sutton council's SEND services, Cognus Ltd.



Cognus has previously been under scrutiny by both parents and Ofsted.

In 2018, it was found to have denied around 700 children for an assessment for extra support.

A spokesperson for Sutton Council said;

“We are proud of the strength of our partnerships with schools, parents and carers, and of the quality of service we provide to our children and young people, particularly those who are vulnerable or have additional needs.

Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission inspected SEND services in the borough earlier this year and commended the quality of support offered at both the Council and Cognus.

This was also acknowledged by Vicky Ford MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children and Families.

In a letter from July 2020 she states; ‘I was particularly encouraged by the joint working now taking place in Sutton across education, health and care - and by the impact this is having on children’s confidence; the quality of Education, Health and Care plans and feedback from parents.’

We put the greatest possible importance on listening to parents and carers, especially those who receive SEND provision; we have set up forums, meetings and review opportunities to ensure that the voices of parents and carers are heard.

For parents and carers, the education of children with SEND is an emotional as well as a practical issue.

All professionals engaged seek to make the best accommodation between the wishes of parents and the independent assessment of need.

We have been in extensive communication with Mrs Harding consistently over the past two years and she has had access to review and complaint processes, including meetings with senior professionals, councillors and the independent expert.

The vast majority of parents and carers of the 1,931 children with EHCPs in Sutton are positive about the service they receive.

The Council continues to work with all of them to maintain and improve those services.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:53 pm  

Today marks the first anniversary of a fire in Worcester Park

The blaze at The Hamptons estate destroyed 23 homes.

Berkeley Group was served with an enforcement notice by London Fire Brigade to undertake remedial work at the development.

A spokesman for the Berkley Group said "all properties were independently signed off as building control compliant."

Former resident Sheila Majid claims she raised safety concerns with the developer almost a decade ago:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:36 pm  

Hammersmith saw nearly 230,000 meals being claimed during Eat Out to Help Out, the most in South West London and North Surrey

However, at just under £5.50, the constituency also saw a low average discount for London.

Croydon North is in second place with 161,000 meals being claimed, with an even lower average discount.

51m meals were claimed nationwide, with £296m subsidised by the government.

You can find full figures here:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:10 pm  

Over 20 businesses in Richmond have been found to be flouting covid-19 safety rules

The council says there are growing reports of barbers, in particular, not sticking to guidelines.

Lack of correct PPE and not keeping a record of customer details for test and trace are two of the biggest issues.

Government guidelines advise that barbers should be wearing both a facemask and visor, and customers should also be wearing face covering.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Mitcham and Morden's MP talks to Jackie News about her campaign to help China's Uighur people.

A letter condemning the alleged oppression of the Uighur people has been sent to the Chinese ambassador.

Mitcham MP Siobhain McDonagh’s letter is signed by 130 MPs and Lords.

There have been reports of the Chinese Government forcing abortions on the ethnic muslim minority, and taking them to camps.

Mrs McDonagh is calling for the UK to condemn these actions.

She's told Jackie's Luke Williams how.



Ms McDonagh raised the issue at PMQs earlier.

Here is the Prime Minister's reply.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:32 pm  

Specially trained staff will be at Beatrix Potter School in Earlsfield today, after a number of injuries during a collision yesterday

Seven children and four adults were hit by a car just after 3pm yesterday, during hometime.

Two children are believed to have serious injuries.

No arrests have been made, and enquiries are continuing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:04 pm  

There's a warning of “unprecedented cuts” in Merton, due to a funding shortfall of £23m

The Labour council is calling on the government to fund the cost of frontline services.

So far, figures suggest it’s cost the borough £26m more than the government has given to the borough.

An MHCLG spokesperson said:

“We’re giving councils unprecedented support during the pandemic to tackle the pressures they have told us they’re facing. This includes £4.3 billion across both un-ringfenced funding and the Infection Control Fund, compensation for irrecoverable income losses and a scheme allowing them to spread their tax deficits.

“Merton Council has received over £13 million of this funding and their Core Spending Power increased by £8.5 million, an increase of 6%, in this financial year even before emergency funding was announced.

“In total Merton has received nearly £90 million from across government to support the council, communities and businesses in the area.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:23 am  

“Heathrow chiefs must not pass ill-fated third runway costs onto passengers.”

That’s the view of Wandsworth’s Council leader Ravi Govindia who says it’s up to them to pay their own bills.

Reports have surfaced claiming Heathrow’s owners have handed a £500m bill to airlines to recover some of the costs of expansion.

The Court of Appeal ruled against expansion in February.

It said the Government hadn’t taken environmental agreements into account in its Airports’ National Policy Statement which supported expansion.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:49 am  

A scheme to target traffic in Richmond Park may have to be amended if it starts to cause problems for people living nearby

Manager Royal Parks launched a 6 month trial to reduce the volume of through-traffic last month.

But Richmond Council says if the scheme proves detrimental to the surrounding areas, it’ll need to be amended or abandoned.

Problems could include a decline in road safety, extra congestion and poor air quality in residential streets.

The Council has agreed to carry out a number of traffic counts in key locations including park entrances.

The Council has also asked that TfL carry out similar study work along their roads e.g. Upper Richmond Road West.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:22 am  

Mitcham’s Labour MP has this morning sent a letter to the Chinese Ambassador condemning the “treatment” of the Uighur people

Siobhain McDonagh’s letter is signed by 130 MPs from all parties.

The Uighurs are considered to be one of China's 55 officially recognized ethnic minorities.

But the Chinese Government is facing growing criticism over its alleged persecution of some Muslim minority groups.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 am  

Tuesday, 8 September 2020

Heathrow is welcoming proposals to shorten the quarantine period for people flying into the UK.

Yesterday, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said he’s asked officials to draw up plans for a system for testing airline passengers.

However, he says that the system can’t compromise public health of reduce the availability of tests.

A Heathrow Spokesperson says the changes would “show the government understands how critical the restoration of air travel is to this country’s economic recovery”.

A Heathrow spokesperson said:

“We welcome the Transport Secretary’s announcement that testing to shorten quarantine is under active consideration by the Government and that air bridges to islands will now be instated where appropriate.

If introduced, these vital policy changes would show the Government understands how critical the restoration of air travel is to this country’s economic recovery.

The Government needs to build on these developments and show global leadership to establish Common International Standards for testing before flight.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:43 pm  

Police in Epsom have launched an investigation after a man climbed over a woman’s fence and threatened to kill her.

She confronted him during the incident in the evening on the 9th of August.

An E-Fit has been released, which you can find on our Twitter feed, just search for Jackie News.

He’s described as white, young, with freckles and braces.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:41 pm  

Barbers are being warned not to cut corners, after 20 of them in Richmond were found to be flouting rules.

The government suggests that people should wear both a face mask and visor due to the very close contact.

Customer records should also be kept for Test and Trace, but both of these regulations were seen to be disregarded in some establishments in the borough.

Councillor Richard Baker says they understand it can be a big expense, but it’s necessary to keep people safe.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:38 pm  

There's a warning of “unprecedented cuts” in Merton, due to a funding shortfall of £23m.

There's a warning of “unprecedented cuts” in Merton, due to a funding shortfall of £23m.

The Labour council is calling on the government to fund the cost of frontline services.

So far, figures suggest it’s cost the borough £26m more than the government has given to the borough.

A spokesman for the Ministry of Housing says it’s giving “unprecedented” support to tackle pressured faced by councils.

An MHCLG spokesperson said:

“We’re giving councils unprecedented support during the pandemic to tackle the pressures they have told us they’re facing. This includes £4.3 billion across both un-ringfenced funding and the Infection Control Fund, compensation for irrecoverable income losses and a scheme allowing them to spread their tax deficits.

“Merton Council has received over £13 million of this funding and their Core Spending Power increased by £8.5 million, an increase of 6%, in this financial year even before emergency funding was announced.

“In total Merton has received nearly £90 million from across government to support the council, communities and businesses in the area.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:37 pm  

A man has been arrested after being seen with a machete in Earlsfield.

He was chased down by police after he was allegedly threatening people with the blade.

When he was detained, cannabis and around £4,000 in cash were seized.

The 19-year-old remains in custody.

A woman has also been arrested on suspicion of affray.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:34 pm  

A man has been arrested after being seen with a machete in Earlsfield.

He was chased down by police after he was allegedly threatening people with the blade.

When he was detained, cannabis and around £4,000 in cash were seized.

The 19-year-old remains in custody.

A woman has also been arrested on suspicion of affray.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 pm  

Investigations are continuing after two teenagers were stabbed in Croydon.

Emergency services were called to a fight in Purley Way on Friday just before 6pm.

Two 17 year old were taken to hospital with minor injuries and a dog was also injured in the incident.

No arrests have been made.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 pm  

Work to install a new fitness rig in Fairfield Recreation Ground in Kingston starts today.

The new equipment should be ready to use by the end of the week and will be available free of charge for visitors to the park.

It’s hoped it will help people who don’t feel ready to go back to indoor gyms keep healthy.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:45 pm  

Student housing developers have mistakenly cut down a memorial tree to murdered TV presenter Jill Dando

The Acer was planted outside the former BBC office in Devon.

Exeter City Council said it was "not clearly marked" and a walnut tree was instead identified as the one that needed saving instead.

Ms Dando was shot dead on her doorstep in Fulham in 1999.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

A car has mounted the pavement in Earlsfield, injuring a number of children

Police are on scene near a school in Openview.

We’re told the injuries are non-life threatening but one child may have a broken leg.

The driver of the car stopped at the scene and was not arrested.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A biker has collided with a car in North Cheam

Police were called to Cheam Common Road at the junction with London Road at lunchtime.

The rider was taken to hospital with “life-changing” injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:38 pm  

People in Thornton Heath are being asked their views on the future of the borough

Croydon Council has created an online survey asking people about their priorities and what they like about the area.

The authority is looking to renovate areas around the station, High Street, and Brigstock road.

It’ll be open for four weeks, and you can find a link to it here:
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

The National Archives in Kew wants your “Letters of Lockdown”

The collection, documenting people’s experiences of life during Coronavirus, will eventually feature in an exhibition. 

They’ll also be logged in the online records for future generations. 

Suggested themes for letters are separation, kindness and strength.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:44 pm  

Youngsters with rare forms of cancer who re-lapse, can now access new personalised treatments.

The Royal Marsden in Sutton is leading the trial of the Stratified Medicine Paediatrics Programme.

It’s used in combination with ESMART, which matches molecular information of tumours to treatments.

It means sequencing of genetic tumour codes can now be supported with the targeting of specific features with precision medicines.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:11 pm  

A teenager has been jailed, after sexually attacking a pregnant woman in Feltham.

She asked the 17-year-old for directions while he sat a bus stop, and afterwards realised he was following her.

After the attack, he stole her phone, walked her to her house and threatened to shoot her if she didn’t give him money.

She called the police on a different phone while he waited outside and he was arrested.

He’s been sentenced to eight and a half years in prison.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:56 pm  

Ashford Park Primary School is among the schools in Surrey which has reported a case of COVID-19

A letter to parents says they are monitoring the situation and working closely with Public Health England.

It’s not confirmed whether it was a pupil or staff member who tested positive.

Other schools in Surrey with confirmed cases include Royal Kent in Oxshott and the Winston Churchill school in Woking.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

A fire at two houses in Malden Manor yesterday is believed to have been an accident

Investigators say the exact cause is underdetermined, however.

Crews were called at around 2.15 yesterday afternoon to Southwood Drive, where a row of terraced houses were alight.

Two roofs were damaged, but there are no reports of any injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Police in Egham are investigating after a man without a ticket refused to leave a train

The force was called at 9.30 this morning, but the man had already left the station.

It caused disruption on the rails, but the delays have now ended.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

A teenager from New Malden has had her photographic skills recognised by animal welfare charity the RSPCA

13 year old Elizabeth Lee has won the charity’s Young Photographer Award in the ‘Instagram Photo Category.’

She entered the competition with a photo of her dog, Lucky, surrounded by a field of purple heather.

Elizabeth faced fierce competition from the other four shortlisted images to be crowned winner.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:44 am  

Merton Council is relaxing the rules on families visiting loved ones in its care homes

Only those essential to the resident have been allowed in since March due to Covid-19 safety measures.

But now, following a risk assessment in the borough, care home managers will start to allow family and friends in.

It will be at their own discretion and focus on the needs of the individual residents.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:17 am  

A bus driver has been attacked while taking a break near the Oaklands Estate



The 43-year-old needed treatment for an eye injury, after the incident on the 20th of July.

Police found that a motorcyclist had earlier been involved in an altercation with the man at a set of traffic lights.

If you have any information, contact the RTPC on 101, or Crimestoppers to remain anonymous.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:46 am  

Police officers across Wandsworth and Lambeth have reportedly been pulled off duty after a number of coronavirus cases.

Some officers who attended Extinction Rebellion protests returned positive tests.

An insider told the Daily Mail that many more are self-isolating.

More than 300 protesters have been arrested during large-scale demonstrations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Monday, 7 September 2020

A consultation into Heathrow expansion has recommended charging airlines for lost money.

The hub had spent £500m before the Court of Appeal disallowed it on climate grounds.

A spokesperson for IAG, the parent company of British Airways, told The Telegraph that the plan would damage UK aviation.

A Heathrow spokesperson says an approach to costs was established “some time ago” which was approved by airlines including IAG.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Carshalton and Wallington’s MP says the government’s kick-start scheme has the potential to create thousands of local jobs.

Elliott Colburn is urging businesses to claim some of the £2 billion on offer to fund apprenticeships for young people aged between 16 and 24.

Under the scheme the government pays the national minimum wage plus all pension and national insurance contributions for six months.

Ministers are hoping it’ll help the economy to climb out of the post-virus doldrums and avoid long-term unemployment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A tennis player who was denied a wildcard to Wimbledon in 2004 is in another row with the All-England club.

38-year-old Ian Flanagan spoke angrily about the decision at the time.

Now, the Telegraph reports that he’s accused of breaking club rules by selling on tickets to last year’s competition.

He’s being sued for £15,000 after allegedly selling on a champagne and tennis hospitality package.

Flanagan says he intends to defend himself “robustly” but cannot comment further.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Parking charges may be introduced at Richmond and Bushy Parks.

Royal Parks are consulting on the idea, which would see a maximum stay of six hours.

It’s currently free, but the group wants to encourage more sustainable ways of visiting the green spaces.

Blue Badge holders and motorcycles would be exempt from the charges, but subject to the maximum stay limit.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

The MP for Tooting has been named as one of this year’s “movers and shakers”

Dr Rosena Allin-Khan made the Elle List for working as an A&E Doctor at St George’s while holding down her job as a shadow minister.

Also on the list is Marcus Rashford for his campaign to get the government to continue free school meals for children through the summer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Police have closed part of New Malden after a car crashed onto the pavement

It’s not known if there are any injuries.

Jackie’s Lucy Mayer is at the scene:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:52 pm  

Two houses have caught fire in New Malden

6 fire engines and 40 firefighters attended the blaze in Southwood Drive in Malden Manor.

They received the call that part of the roof of 2 terraced houses was alight at around 2:15pm this afternoon.

There are no reports of any injuries and the cause of the fire is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:32 pm  

Firefighters have taken 20 calls to a house fire in Hanwell

Crews were called Saturday afternoon to Kennedy Road, where the ground floor of the house was damaged, and a number of garden sheds destroyed.

One man was assessed at the scene but not taken to hospital.

It’s believed to have been accidental and caused by a candle.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:56 pm  

A drunk Aston Martin DB7 driver has been arrested after crashing in Chertsey



He went through a fence after failing to notice a T junction and destroyed a children’s climbing frame.

Nobody was in the garden at the time.

Pictures show the car was destroyed in the crash.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Pizza Express's plans to permanently shut 73 restaurants has been approved by its creditors

That includes the outlets in Earls Court, Fulham Palace Road, East Molesey, and Staines.

The restructuring will put 1,100 jobs at risk.

Its arrangement, which was backed by the majority of the chain's landlords, will also see it secure rent reductions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Two sisters from Claygate whose parents were killed in the alps eight years ago are to be interviewed again by police

A gunman near Lake Annecy killed four people in the attack, when the sisters were just seven and four.

Until now, they have been judged as too traumatised to give more information, but authorities have given permission for them to speak again.

The gunman has never been found.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

Brentford boss Thomas Frank insists they've put the disappointment of last season behind them

The Championship play-off finalists won their first competitive game at their new stadium - beating Wycombe on penalties to progress to the second round of the League Cup.

Frank says they're relishing what's to come.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:29 am  

Richmond Park’s MP is asking London’s Mayor to refuse planning permission for the old Homebase site in North Sheen

Lib Dem Sarah Olney says she considers the plans to be highly detrimental to the area.

She’s cited a number of reasons including its height, with it being so close to Kew Gardens which has protected views, mass and scale.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan will make the final decision after Richmond council refused developer Avanton’s planning application.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:25 am  

People living in a private road in New Malden are trying to prevent drivers using it as a rat-run

Warren Road links Coombe Lane West to Kingston Hill and the estate is home to a number of schools, a golf club and a hotel.

However, the residents’ association is looking for a security guard to operate the electric barrier that sits at its entrance.

Unauthorised vehicles will be turned away.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 am  

Sunday, 6 September 2020

People in Wandsworth are being given the chance to get rid of their rubbish in massive “mega skips.”

They’ll be place at several locations across the borough on one day only - the 12th of September, between 10am and 2pm.

Residents can throw out any of their large household waste items as part of Keep Britain Tidy’s 'Great British September Spring Clean'.

There’s usually a charge to dump bulky items at Wandsworth’s recycling centres.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 pm  

Thirty thousand pounds’ worth of jewellery’s been stolen from a house in Tadworth and Surrey police are asking for help tracing it.

Burglars broke through patio doors at the home in Woodlands Way, Kingswood - last month.

A limited-edition Tiffany Great Gatsby locket was among the items taken, along with a silver Sofia necklace and child’s ladybird bracelet.

Detectives are keen to hear from dealers who may have been offered the items - said to be of great sentimental value to the owner.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:08 pm  

People across Kingston and Richmond are calling for the use of e-scooters to be re-addressed in Parliament.

A year-long trial has begun to assess how the new mode of transport can be incorporated into current infrastructure designs.

Ministers hope they will help get people back to work without having to use public transport and also help cut carbon emissions.

But some listeners are voicing their concerns about the speed at which they travel, their use on pavements, and the fact they are silent.

Richmond Park MP Sarah Olney has issued a statement:

She says; “As we come out of lockdown, e-bikes and e-scooters could be a very low emission and efficient way for people to get around. I will be looking very closely at the results of the current trial to see how some of these concerns can be addressed."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 pm  

Chelsea have made an unbeaten start to the defence of their Women's Super League title.

The champions were held 1-1 at Manchester United.

Jill Roord scored a hat-trick for Arsenal as they thrashed Reading 6-1.

Everton were 4-nil winners at Bristol City, while Tottenham were held 1-1 at home to West Ham.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:33 pm  

It’s been revealed that 54 thousand meals were claimed in Carshalton and Wallington under the government’s eat Out to Help Out scheme.

The area’s MP, Conservative Elliott Colburn, claims the scheme, where bills were part-paid by government on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, saved some local restaurants from going under.

Over 100 million meals were claimed nationwide.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:42 pm  

Leaders of the environmental campaign group Extinction rebellion are facing fines of £10,000 over London protests last week.

One of the protests being considered is the ‘Lightship Greta procession – which made a stop in Surbiton.

The met says 20 people are being looked at for possible fixed penalty notices.

The fines would be levied under new coronavirus legislation, which outlaws more than 30 people gathering in an outdoor public place.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:34 pm  

An artist from Kingston is contributing to an exhibition to mark the 80th anniversary of The Blitz.

Amy-Kate Woolf, an illustrator who studied at Kingston University, is among 33 artists commissioned by the genealogy firm, Ancestry, to create the collection.

Inspired by stories discovered among war records, the artists have created one piece for every year since the air-raids began in September 1940.

Amy-Kate tells Jackie's Emily Dexter about her involvement in the collection.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:23 pm  

Parents across Surrey are being urged to keep a check on their children’s mental health as they return to school.

Surrey and Borders NHS Trust say going back can be daunting anyway, not to mention the current Covid-19 situation.

They say parents, carers and teachers, who will also be adjusting, must pay attention to their own mental health needs too.

The trust wants people to check its website for help, which includes link to charities such as Mind Matters NHS and free workshops.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:18 pm  

A dispersal order has been issued in Kingston after people clashed with police at an unlicensed music event.

Officers were apparently met with hostility when they tried to break up the party in Fairfield Park and arrests were made.

The ‘section 35 order’ is used to stop people gathering in a specified area – this one, in Kingston Town Centre is in place until at least 3am.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Brentford have won the first game at their new Community Stadium on Lionel Road!

They needed penalties to beat Wycombe Wanderers in the EFL Cup after drawing 1-1.

Marcus Forss scored the winning spot-kick to make it 4-2 on pens to the Bees.

Brentford's reward is an away tie at Premier League Southampton in the next stage of the competition.

Crystal Palace will face Manchester City in the 3rd round, if they can beat Bournemouth in the 2nd.

And there's an all-top flight clash between Arsenal and Leicester.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:36 pm  

A sixth man has been arrested in connection with the murder of 20 year old Salem Koudou in Brixton last month.

The victim died in hospital from stab wounds after he was found when police were called to reports of a fight in Overton Road on August 20th.

The 18 year-old has been released on bail. Two men have been charged with Salem’s murder and police say they’re still appealing for witnesses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:11 pm  

London’s first new flower market for 150 years is counting its first day’s takings in Chiswick.

An array of stalls, stretched along Chiswick High Road, is the result of a partnership between locals and Hounslow Council.

A range of flowers, plants, bedding and bouquets are on offer, complete with cycle delivery service for those who need it.

The council plans to hold the market, with social distancing and anti-covid measures, on the first Sunday of every month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:05 pm  

Brentford have scored the first goal in the new Community Stadium on Lionel Road!

Ethan Rupert Pinnock – the unlikely scorer in their EFL Cup game against Wycombe Wanderers.

Remember the name for any future Brentford FC-based pub quizzes.

A lovely headed goal from a set piece; the centre-back found himself free at the far post and curled a header past the Wycombe keeper, Ryan Allsop.

We’ve had the first red card too – Dominic Gape sent off for a horror tackle at the beginning of the first half.
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