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Friday, 16 September 2022

SW London and Surrey's News roundup outside of the official mourning for HM, The Queen.

Conservative peer Zac Goldsmith has been sacked from his position as Animal Welfare minister. 

Baron Goldsmith of Richmond Park was given the role after losing his Richmond Park seat in 2019, then being made a life peer by Boris Johnson. 

However, he still works as Minister for the Pacific and International Environment, a job which has “animal welfare” listed as a responsibility. 

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Police believe they know the identity of a man seen with a knife in Mitcham. 

Emergency crews were called at around 3.30pm on Wednesday to Gaston Road, but couldn’t find the person. 

There have been no arrests or reports of any injuries.

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Two people have been seen having sex at a park in Brentford. 

Police were called at around 9.40am to Carville Park South on Wednesday. 

A report on Nextdoor website claims it happened near the basketball court, and one of the people fled on a bike. 

When police arrived, the suspects had gone, and there have been no arrests. 

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The boss of Leeds United has been fined £10,000 and a touchline ban, after “improper language and conduct” during their match against Brentford. 

Jesse Marsch was given a red card after penalty appeals by Crysencio Summerville weren’t given. 

The Bees won the match 5-2.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:10 pm  

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