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Saturday, 9 October 2021

Croydon Council is proposing to close the leisure centre in Purley

According to the council the facility has been losing money and is in need of repairs which will cost more than 3-million pounds.

The leisure centre was losing money before the pandemic and has been shut since the first lockdown in March 2020.

A council report going to this month’s cabinet meeting recommends that the centre remain closed permanently.

 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:48 pm  

There was an exciting seven goal thriller at Gander Green Lane where Sutton came from behind to secure a 4-3 win over port Vale in their League Two encounter

 In the National League Woking went down 1-nil at home to Grimsby.

Hampton and Richmond Borough registered a 4-2 win over Chelmsford at the Beveree Stadium in the National League South Division.

Kingstonian stay top of the Isthmian League after a hard fought 1 nil win at Bowers and Pitsea.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:51 pm  

Surrey Police is reminding motorists and members of the public that catalytic converter thieves are still operating in the county

Some of the warning signs to look out for, are a car jacked up on one side.

Someone lying underneath it, and the sound of metal being cut from underneath.

If something doesn’t seem right, then don’t hesitate to call 999.

 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:26 pm  

Kingstonian host a charity event at the King Georges Field in Tolworth tomorrow

The K’s are supporting The Chris Donovan and Emily Ash Trusts.

The Chris Donovan Trust charity was set up by Ray & Vi Donovan after their son Christopher was beaten to death on the Ewell Bypass 20 years ago in an unprovoked attack.

The Emily Ash Trust supports families that have a child diagnosed with Cancer.

There are lots of activities for children and the whole family.

A feature of the day will be a football match featuring K’s legends and ex-professional players.

It all starts AT 11am.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:05 pm  

Surrey Fire and Rescue Service has launched a recruitment drive to find control room officers

Surrey’s emergency room also covers West Sussex and is due to take over operations for East Sussex later this year.

Control centre operators deal with 999 calls as well as mobilising engines and crews.

Bosses say the role requires someone” with an impeccable telephone manner, quick thinking and a good level of commitment.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:25 pm  

An octagon-shaped house off Fulham Road in Chelsea has long sparked curiosity among locals.

The Times has now revealed the owner of the £18m property is a Tory donor accused of benefiting from a major fraud.

Viktor Fedotov is a Russian-born tycoon and former oil executive.

He's been accused of benefiting from an alleged $143m contracting fraud in Russia.

This comes from the leaked document database known as the Pandora Papers. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

People in areas including Epsom, Ewell, and Mole Valley are being asked what landmarks in Surrey they would like officially protected.

The County has been chosen to be part of the 'Local Heritage List Project'.

It will receive Government funding to produce new and updated heritage asset lists.

Residents in six Surrey boroughs are being urged to take part with nominations made via the Surrey County Council website.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:15 am  

Osterley Underground Station is now step free from street to platform.

Two new lifts have been installed at the Piccadilly line station.

Jim Foy, from the National Trusts, says they're working hard towards improving accessibility at Osterley Park and House.

He says this will allow more people to discover the "nature, beauty and history" of the attraction.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 am  

Kingston Council’s leader has conceded that families may have to move out of the borough to find appropriate housing.

 Caroline Kerr says the housing target set for Kingston by the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan means there’s no land to build family homes.

Kingston has been instructed to build 10,000 homes over the next decade, many of which are coming in the form of blocks of flats.


We've contacted the Mayor of London's office for comment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:22 am  

The RSPCA had to rehome more than 1,700 animals in Greater London last year.

The charity says a surge in people buying pets while they were in lockdown contributed to the problem.

October marks "Adoptober" which urges to "adopt rather than shop".

The charity has published advice online on how to spot changes in animal wellbeing now the return to work has begun.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:38 am  

A 21 year old Chelsea football supporter has pleaded guilty to seven counts of sending offensive messages.

Nathan Blagg posted anti-Semitic tweets aimed at Tottenham fans.

The posts were made between September last year and February this year.

He’ll be sentenced early next month.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Friday, 8 October 2021

Two men have been found guilty of the murder of an 18 year old in Dulwich.

22 year old Kieran Robinson from Streatham and 27 year old Sean Robinson from Penge will be sentenced at a later date. 

Police were called to a row of shops on the Kingswood Estate in July.

They found an 18-year-old Donnell Rhule with stab injuries; he died a short time later. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A unique piece of art is being unveiled at a fundraising event in Fulham today.

A new portrait of Stormzy, which is said to reveal a snapshot of the rappers’s life so far, is going to be auctioned off at St Dionis Church.

The painting, by artist Metin Salih, is part of a collection of his work in the “Painting Brighter Futures” auction.

All money raised will be donated to Fulham Boy’s School and Lady Margaret’s school art departments.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Officials investigating the possible contamination of tap water with E. coli are now looking at thousands of homes in Kent and Surrey.

Tests show 443 postcodes could be affected by the potentially deadly bacteria.

Residents in Oxted, Redhill and Sevenoaks are among those affected - and are being advised to boil their drinking water.

SES Water is investigating.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Baroness Casey of Blackstock will lead a review into the culture and standards at the Metropolitan Police following the murder of Sarah Everard in Clapham.

She was abducted and killed by serving police officer, Wayne Couzens.

Baroness Casey will look at the force's leadership, vetting and training.

The review is expected to last around six months.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

A professional cyclist has been attacked by four machete wielding men on motorbikes in Richmond Park.

Alexander Richardson has posted images of his injuries following the attack yesterday on Instagram.

He says the men wanted to take his bike and rode into him at speed before forcing him to hand it over.

It’s believed to be worth thousands of pounds. 

Royal Parks  Police has issued an appeal on Twitter, confirming officers attended the scene near Roehampton Gate. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Police have found two loaded guns in Streatham.



Officers were patrolling the area when they came across a number of abandoned vehicles.

They forced entry into them and found a loaded Skorpion sub-machine gun, a pistol-style revolver and shotgun cartridges.

Both weapons were taken to the lab after initial examination suggested both were viable firearms.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

There will be no formal firework display by Hammersmith and Fulham Council this Bonfire Night.

The authority says staging its annual event in Ravenscourt Park safely would mean only a reduced number of tickets could be sold.

But bosses say this would make the event much more expensive which goes against its aim of being “ruthlessly financially efficient.”

London Fire Brigade has suggested alternative ways to celebrate including making your own Guy Fawkes and purchasing glow sticks.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

An urgent appeal for family homes is going out in Epsom and Ewell.

The Council is asking landlords if they have any vacant or soon to be vacant homes that could house Afghan refugee families. 

Three or four bedroomed properties are most in need. 

In return, the council will offer a package to landlords which includes rent in advance and a deposit.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

We’re being warned to check our children’s Halloween costumes are fire-safe.

Surrey Fire and Rescue and Trading Standards, tested a number of items, and found some caught alight “within a few seconds”.

Ian Smith, from Trading Standards, says the label must have a UKCA or CE on it.

He also recommends that children wear clothes under their costumes for added protection.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 pm  

A turreted mansion in Weybridge has gone on sale via Savills for £9.25m

Deauville includes a smoking room, and an indoor pool lit by three bespoke made chandeliers.

Just off of the principal bedroom is a special dressing room, which leads into an ensuite bathroom.

The approach via the driveway features a centre water fountain feature.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:05 pm  

QPR is to move its training ground to Heston

The club acquired the 27-acre site in December, and have now started work on the pitch.

The design firm behind it worked on facilities for three previous Olympic games.

CEO Lee Hoos says it shows how the owners are here for the long term, as they’re personally covering a “significant portion” of the cost.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:11 pm  

A British cycling pro has had his bike stolen from him in Richmond Park by four men on motorbikes

Alexandar Richardson was training yesterday, when they rode one of the bikes into him at nearly 40mph.

After he came off the bike, they pulled out a machete and took the bike.

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

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:09 am  

People on low incomes in Sutton can now use a new type of supermarket for their weekly shop

The Sutton Foodshop has been set up through the Council’s Covid Recovery Fund.

It relies on donated foods from supermarkets which are still within best before dates and use by dates.

But Mark Tomlinson, Director of Sutton Community Works, explains why it’s different to a foodbank.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:31 am  

Croydon will be run by a Mayor directly elected by residents

That’s the result of a referendum in the borough yesterday.

The vote only had a 21% turnout, but the Mayor model won by an 80-20 margin.

Current council leader Hamida Ali says when she became leader, she promised to give residents a stronger voice.

In May next year, an election will be held to choose the next leader. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:14 am  

British Airways is putting on more flights after the red travel list was reduced to just 7 countries

Sean Doyle, boss of the Heathrow-based airline, says they look forward to “reigniting transatlantic businesses and reuniting families who have been separated for the best part of two years.”

47 were taken off the red list yesterday, meaning people arriving in the UK from those places won't need to quarantine in a hotel.

Rules are also being relaxed for 37 other places, with the government now recognising their vaccines.

Travel expert Paul Charles says it's great news for the industry, but thinks the removal of PCR tests for fully-vaccinated arrivals will be the real game-changer.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:21 am  

Thursday, 7 October 2021

Andy Murray says he's "in the bad books" after losing his wedding ring.

Britain's three-time Grand Slam champion, who lives in Oxshott, has revealed it was stolen in the build-up to the Indian Wells Open in the US.

Murray's explained on Instagram how the disappearance of his smelly tennis shoes got him into trouble.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:52 pm  

People in Wandsworth are being given the option of having bulky waste collected from their doorsteps to avoid the ULEZ charge.

The £12.50 fee comes into force on October the 25th when the Ultra Low Emission Zone is expanded to parts of the borough.

The Smugglers Way Recycling Centre will be included in the new zone meaning some residents will have to pay extra to use it.   

Wandsworth Council says residents can instead book a doorstep collection for “ a modest fee.”


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:03 pm  

Outdoor dining on the streets of Kensington and Chelsea is to stay for another year.

270 pavement licences for bars and restaurants have been renewed by the council. 

It’s after the government extended legislation to allow more outdoor seating to be provided until the end of next summer.

400 businesses in the borough decided to take advantage of the option during lockdown when indoor dining was restricted.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:01 pm  

A man from Mitcham who made more than £29,000 through the sale of fake train tickets has avoided jail.

34-year-old Muhammed Sufi pleaded guilty to fraud by false representation.

He was sentenced to nine months suspended for two years and 100 hours unpaid work. 

Sufi manufactured fake complimentary LNER tickets, which allowed the holder first class travel, before selling them on e-bay.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:13 pm  

People living in Oxted are being encouraged to boil their tap water, over an E-Coli risk.

Routine tests have shown some supplies may have been affected by the bacteria.

SES Water has put the full list of postcode areas on its website. 

https://seswater.co.uk/your-account 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:55 pm  

Police have named a man murdered in New Haw as Gary Hopkins.

The 42-year-old died following an assault on Heathervale Road on Monday evening. 

His family have described him as “having a heart of gold and someone who would do anything for anyone.” 

Four men have been arrested on suspicion of murder and since been release under investigation. 

A 31-year-old man has also been arrested and remains in custody.  


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Hampton Court’s Tudor Beasts are being unleashed by The Royal Mint.

There will be ten coins to collect over the space of 5 years marking the reign of Henry VIII.

The first beast featured on its very own coin is the Seymour Panther.

The stone panther can be seen guarding the moat bridge at the front of Hampton Court Palace. 

Daniel Jackson is curator of historic buildings at the site.   

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

The competition watchdog has closed its investigation into air travel refunds during the coronavirus pandemic.

Heathrow-based British Airways and Ryanair offered vouchers or rebookings, which went against rules stating customers should be offered full reimbursements.

The Competition and Markets Authority says a full investigation would take long and be too expensive for the taxpayer.

Both airlines have welcomed the announcement.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:01 pm  

Leading figures from the energy sector are calling for 'urgent action' following warnings the UK's electricity supply's set to be tighter this winter than last.

The National Grid's putting that down to rising demand and capacity constraints, as prices continue to rise.

But in another report, it insists there shouldn't be any disruption to supply.

Business Secretary and MP for Spelthorne Kwasi Kwarteng's been addressing the situation at Energy UK's annual conference.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

There are fears stink bugs could become a problem for homes and gardens after one was found at RHS Garden Wisley

The insect, which is native to Asia, lets out foul smells when it's threatened and can grow to be nearly 2cm long.

Experts are concerned because the pests rot fruit and vegetables, and can cause stains to curtains and carpets.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:14 pm  

Tens of thousands of people have signed a petition calling for the night tube to return, to help women get home safely

The service used to be on select lines, including the Northern Line to Morden and the Piccadilly to Heathrow.

26-year-old Ella Watson says the decision to keep it closed this winter impacts people on low incomes, as they have to take taxis home instead.

TfL says they’re looking to reopen it as soon as possible and that the safety of women and girls is an absolute priority.

You can find the petition here.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Polling stations have opened in Croydon, as part of a referendum on whether residents want a mayor or the current council system

Under the current system, the leader is chosen by the councillors.

However, under a Mayoral system, residents would directly elect the leader themselves.

Under each system, the head of the council would choose the cabinet, but a Mayor can theoretically be an independent or an opposition member, or give them voices.

However, a mayor only needs one third of the council to agree to their policies to get them through, and doesn’t have to resign if they lose a no-confidence vote.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:48 am  

Parents across Merton who are worried whether their child should take the COVID vaccine, are being urged to attend a webinar tonight

All youngsters aged 12 to 15 are being offered one dose of the Pfizer vaccine through their schools. 

Tonight’s virtual Q&A will include a panel made up of members of Merton’s School Immunisation team, GPs and pharmacists. 

To register for the event at 7 o’clock, go to Merton Councils’ website. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:35 am  

Three London marathon runners have raised over £6,000 for the Royal Star & Garter

Carolyn Eastwood, Clare Holman and Andy Helliwell were among the thousands who took part in the 26.2-mile challenge on Sunday.

The charity, which has homes in Surbiton, High Wycombe and Solihull cares for veterans living with disability or dementia.

The money will be used to further the care provided.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 am  

Wednesday, 6 October 2021

Royal Parks is reminding us that walking is a great way to experience Autumn and look out for new birdlife.

Bushy Park has five self-guided walks to show off the mixture of woods, gardens, ponds and grasslands.

Bird spotter sheets are available to help identify exotic and migrant birds on migration.

The Royal Parks has many events across all the Royal Parks including the 7-mile Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Walk.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

It seems the region most affected by Insulate Britain protests is also the most in favour of them.

A YouGov poll shows that London is the most supportive, although the rest of the south is the most damning.

The group have been blocking the M25, as well as Wandsworth Bridge and the Port of Dover.

Overall, the public’s attitude was “very unfavourable”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:59 pm  

Thousands of pounds worth of donations have been stolen from the Children’s Trust storage base in Stoneleigh

Multiple bags full of clothing, books and electricals have been taken from the charity’s garage in multiple raids over the last three weeks.

Security cameras have also been destroyed resulting in a further cost to the charity to replace and install new equipment.

Donations fund vital equipment and therapy sessions to help children re-learn skills they have lost after a life changing brain injury.

Anyone with information is asked to get in touch via [email protected].

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Police say that there’ll be “an increased presence” in a part of Addlestone, during a murder investigation.

Five men have been arrested after the 42-year-old was killed in New Haw on Monday evening.

It’s believed the victim and suspects were known to each other, and there’s no risk to the wider public.

Four suspects remain in custody, three of whom come from New Haw and one of no fixed abode.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Cancer Testing South will be at Shepperton Fire station on Saturday.

The charity wants to raise awareness of the importance of men having a Prostate-Specific Antigen test.

A raised PSA level in the blood may be a sign of prostate cancer and early detection can save lives.

Chairman and trustee of the charity Roger MacDivitt explains why some men don’t get the free test done.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Trust says it is making contingency plans around possible ongoing fuel shortages.

Although bosses have confirmed NHS supplies are still arriving its sites, some appointment cancellations may be “necessary.”

Patients are still being urged to attend appointments with staff saying they’re “working hard” to reach the hospitals and community sites.

The news comes as retailers say petrol supplies are still not getting to London and south-east England.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

The Chelsea Pensioners have started receiving their COVID-19 booster jabs.

Around 300 army veterans live at the Royal Hospital, including those who have served in Korea, Northern Ireland and World War II. 

Nurses from Chelsea and Westminster Hospital have spent the last few days administering the Pfizer booster to residents. 

The Chelsea Pensioners join more than one million people who have already booked in for their top-up dose of the vaccine.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

A man has been arrested following two reports of indecent exposure in Hampton

He’s suspected of incidents on the 22nd of July, and has been bailed to a date later this month.

Richmond Police say that when they issued an appeal, they received “numerous comments” that led them to believe it’s an “under-reported” crime.

They’re urging anyone who’s been a victim to report it to them, so they can offer support and build a picture of offending in the area.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:43 pm  

There’s been a spate of catalytic converter thefts in Kingston and New Malden.

The easily accessible devices, which reduce pollutant emissions, contain precious metals and can sell for hundreds of pounds.

The borough’s police team says dedicated officers are conducting regular visible patrols at known hotspots. 

Residents are being urged to call 999 if they see a theft taking place. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

The Prime Minister says he wants to reshape the British economy - but has warned there will be difficult moments.

He's given a speech to Conservative Party members at their annual conference.

Boris Johnson said he wants to see higher wages, defended increasing National Insurance and urged people to get back into workplaces.

Business secretary and MP for Spelthorne Kwasi Kwarteng says the PM's looking forward:


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm  

There’s a warning that the fire brigade “may not be about to deal with every incident” due to cuts.

The Norbiton-based Fire Brigades Union says numbers have reached a new low since the beginning of austerity in 2010.

General Secretary Matt Wrack says “households deserve to feel protected” and the cuts are “weakening the day-to-day work” of the service.

A London Fire Brigade spokesperson says the Mayor has committed to safeguarding their budget.

A Home Office Spokesperson says the government has “consistently” given them the resources they need, including £2.3bn last year.

Full statements:

A London Fire Brigade spokesperson said: “Our fire cover is planned on a London-wide basis and we use careful modelling data to ensure we maintain our robust operational resilience to respond to fires of all scales and to a large range of other types of incidents across the capital. The Mayor has committed to safeguarding LFB’s budget and prioritising frontline services.

“If staff or fire engines at a particular station are unavailable for any reason, we allocate resources from elsewhere to provide cover based on staff numbers. This happens daily while crews are dealing with an emergency, carrying out community safety work or training away from their station.”

A Home Office spokesperson said: “Firefighters work tirelessly every day to protect our communities and the government has consistently given them the resources they need to keep people safe.

“In the last year, nearly 3,000 new firefighters have been recruited across the country and the Government has invested £2.3bn to support their lifesaving work.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Passengers arriving at Heathrow are being forced to wait in long queues or are being held on planes.

The airport says it's due to a problem with self-service passport gates.

It's apologised and says it's working with Border Force to resolve the issue.

There were similar issues there last month.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

£175,000 is to be spent on making the area around the Basingstoke Canal safer for women after a number of indecent exposures.

The waterway crosses Hampshire and Surrey.

There have been a number of exposures and suspicious incidents since July 2019, especially in the Woking area. 

The money will go towards installing extra CCTV cameras and signage along the canal footpath and the removal of foliage. 

It is part of the Home Office’s Safer Streets funding which has seen around £23.5million shared across England and Wales. 

It follows previous Safer Streets project to reduce anti-social behaviour in Stanwell.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:17 pm  

Opposition parties believe an independent inquiry into the "systematic failures" which contributed to a serving police officer murdering Sarah Everard in Clapham isn't "robust" enough

Home secretary Priti Patel announced the two part review yesterday, but Labour and the SNP say it lacks legal power.

The non-statutory inquiry will look at Wayne Couzens' behaviour, as well as wider issues across policing.

These women in London have welcomed it.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:15 pm  

Transport for London has apologised to drivers after part of the A3 was closed off for more than 7 hours yesterday

The southbound stretch between Kingston Vale and the Coombe Lane Flyover was shut following heavy rain overnight. 

But some questioned why it was still closed well into the evening rush hour after the flooding had subsided. 

A TfL spokesman says they worked hard with borough councils to clear excess water and open roads as quickly as possible. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:25 pm  

Police are investigating a series of indecent exposures on Wandsworth Common over the past six months

Police say anyone who’s victim to one should call 999 immediately, as it means there’s a greater chance of catching the person.

A 34-year-old man from Wandsworth has been arrested, and a 38-year-old man from Chigwell has been interviewed.

The force says they’re stepping up patrols in the area, both in plain clothes and uniform.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 am  

Sport England says Kingston Council has overruled its objection to demolish the Kingfisher Leisure Centre

The sporting body was concerned that the site’s indefinite closure would mean a lack of swimming opportunities in the borough.

But Kingston Council’s leader Caroline Kerr has told Radio Jackie’s Lucy Mayer that objections from Sport England won’t halt the redevelopment.


A spokesperson for Sport England says; 

“Sport England’s role as a non-statutory consultee for planning issues is to protect community access to sport and leisure facilities, so an objection was made to the demolition of Kingfisher leisure centre. 

However, this has been overruled and the council has approved plans to demolish.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:31 am  

Romelu Lukaku has been tipped to break the 20-goal mark for Chelsea this season

The Belgian international returned to Stamford Bridge from Inter Milan for a club-record fee in the summer and has helped the side to the top of the Premier League.

Former Chelsea boss Avram Grant says he'll deliver if he gets the right service.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:22 am  

A management consultant from Chelsea who admitted posting naked photos of her former partner online will be sentenced later today

46 year-old Philippa Coppleston-Warren also hijacked an Alexa device belonging to the Lincolnshire businessman, and used it to scare his new girlfriend.

Southwark Crown Court was told that she’d hacked into the device to flash the house lights.

She’d also used the voice facility to tell the woman to leave her boyfriend’s home.

Coppleston-Warren, of Paulton’s Square in Chelsea was granted bail while waiting to be sentenced, on condition she didn’t contact the man or visit his home.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:03 am  

A man has been fined for urinating on a mosque in Croydon.

He has to pay £90 for racial criminal damage against the centre on London Road.

Checks were carried out on the vehicle he was driving at the time that allowed him to be located.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Tuesday, 5 October 2021

Coronavirus rates in Surrey are beginning to stabilise, although at a higher level than a month ago.

Elmbridge is showing the highest rate, at 433 per 100,000, although Spelthorne is showing the biggest increase, at over a third.

Around 20% of people over 16 in the county still have not had a first dose of vaccine.

While the average case rate across Surrey is lower than the national average, it’s still higher than the average across the South East.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Work to reduce queues at Surbiton station has begun.

Four new staircases, ticket gates, and a footbridge extension are due to be finished by the end of next May.

Currently, at peak times, the congestion on the stairs means some trains don’t leave on time.

Engineers will begin by removing part of the station building on platforms three and four, but people will have full access to the footbridge and lifts.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A social media community group set up by students at Kingston University has been shortlisted for a hat-trick of awards.

The #KeephoLDNon project is featuring in categories at the Nursing Times and Royal College of Nursing Awards to name just two.  

Students created a series of “community films” aimed at inspiring learning disability nursing students. 

The films featured actor and learning disability activist Sally Phillips and Line of Duty star Tommy Jessop, who has Downs Syndrome.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A distressing video has emerged of a stag surrounded by photographers in Bushy Park.

The Royal Parks, which manages the site, says the animal was so disturbed, that it eventually moved away.

The charity is pleading with visitors, as it has done for many months, to keep a 50-metre distance from deer. 

Stags can weigh upwards of 25 stone and travel up to 30mph, so getting hit by one is the equivalent of being hit by a motorbike.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Hundreds of police officers will be added to London's streets with the aim of making women and girls feel safer.

The Metropolitan force says 650 staff will be put in place across the capital over the next six months, starting with Hounslow and Kingston town centres.

It's part of a drive to cut down on violent crime following the murder of Sarah Everard in Clapham by serving police officer Wayne Couzens.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

A Black couple who escaped slavery in America and fled to Britain have been honoured with a blue plaque.

Ellen and William campaigned for abolition when they arrived in 1848, and set up the London Emancipation Society.

The plaque has now been placed outside their two-storey brick row house in Hammersmith.

Their great-great granddaughter, Julia-Ellen, says they had no choice but to flee.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Calling all budding young journalists.

The Newsquest Young Reporter Scheme is in its thirteenth year and students aged 14 to 18  are being invited to sign up before the end of October.

They will be required to submit one article a month which will be published online with a monthly readership of almost 30 million people.

Successful applicants will get to interview a Radio Jackie presenter as part of their training. 

The scheme can be part of DofE and will a valuable addition to a CV or UCAS application.

To apply, email [email protected] before the end of October. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:17 pm  

A road in South Wimbledon has been closed due to a suspected unexploded WWII device being found.

Police were called to an old commercial property on Kingston Road just before 14:30pm this afternoon.

The area has been cordoned off as a precaution and the publics being advised to avoid the area.

Specialist officers have been called to the scene to examine the ordnance. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Wandsworth Council is spending half a million pounds refurbishing its parks and open spaces.

Work is currently underway on Wandsworth Common where potholes and nearly 700 metres of railings are being repaired.

Improvements will then be carried out at 16 other locations including Tooting Common and Latchmere Rec.

In total, more than 8,200 metres of railings will be repaired and repainted; the equivalent of more than five miles.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:04 pm  

The home secretary says she hopes an independent inquiry into the murder of Sarah Everard in Clapham will ensure something like it never happens again.

Priti Patel is setting it up to look into the killing in March by a serving police officer.

One part of the inquiry will be about the murderer, Wayne Couzens, and his career in the Metropolitan force.

Reporter Kate McCann explains what the second strand will examine:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

More than 100 Insulate Britain protesters have been served with an injunction against road-blocking demonstrations.

They've caused problems on busy routes including Wandsworth Bridge and the M25 over the past few weeks, despite previous legal action.

A hearing at London's High Court's been adjourned until next week so all three injunctions issued can be discussed together.

The environmental group's apologised for the disruption caused - but spokesperson Tim Gough's admitted more could be on the way.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

An independent inquiry's going to look at the failures in policing which led to the murder of Sarah Everard in Clapham by a serving officer.

The home secretary's made the announcement saying the public has a right to answers.

The 33 year-old's killing sparked a wider conversation about approaches to violence against women and girls.

The Prime Minister says he's "totally fed up" with the UK's low rate of prosecutions for rape.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:05 pm  

Ministers are promising to get tougher on protesters who get in the way of our everyday lives

The home secretary's to increase the minimum penalty for disrupting a motorway and allow courts to stop some people from travelling to get to demonstrations.

Insulate Britain has been blocking roads, including Wandsworth Bridge and junctions of the M25, to try to get the government to make our homes greener.

Policing minister Kit Malthouse says he's heard some distressing stories about the impact that’s having:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:37 pm  

Home Secretary Priti Patel has launched an inquiry to investigate the issues raised by the conviction of Wayne Couzens.

Statement from the Home Secretary to today's Conservative Party Conference;

The Home Secretary shares the public’s concern at the appalling circumstances of the abduction, rape and murder of Sarah Everard as she was walking home through Clapham, and that the abuse of power by a serving Metropolitan Police officer risks undermining public confidence in the police. She is determined to do everything in her power to deliver improvements within policing and across the criminal justice system.

The inquiry will be made up of two parts. The first part will examine Wayne Couzens’ previous behaviour and will establish a definitive account of his conduct leading up to his conviction, as well as any opportunities missed, drawing on the Independent Office for Police Conduct’s (IOPC) investigations, once concluded.

The second part will look at any specific issues raised by the first part of the inquiry, which could include wider issues across policing – including vetting practices, professional standards and discipline, and workplace behaviour.

Additionally, the Home Secretary will write to the independent police inspectorate HMICFRS to commission a thematic inspection of vetting and counter-corruption procedures in policing across England and Wales – including forces’ ability to detect and deal with misogynistic and predatory behaviour. She has asked for initial findings by the end of 2021, and these will be used to inform the inquiry into Couzens.

The inquiry will also draw on the conclusions of current investigations by the IOPC into various allegations and incidents throughout Couzens’ career. 

Given the need to provide assurance as swiftly as possible, this will be established as a non-statutory inquiry, but can be converted to a statutory inquiry if required. 

The Chair and Terms of Reference for the inquiry will be confirmed in due course.

The Inquiry is as important for the brave, dedicated, and hard-working men and women in our police service, as it is for the public at large. They rightly want, and expect, their colleagues in policing across the country to uphold the same standards and values that they do – and this inquiry therefore seeks to deliver for them as well as the public.

In addition, the Prime Minister will launch a Home Secretary-chaired taskforce to drive cross-government action on tackling violence against women and girls to help maintain public confidence in policing. It will consider recommendations from the Inspectorate’s review of the police’s response to Violence Against Women and Girls, led by Zoe Billingham, as well as the Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy, the End-to-End Rape Review, and the forthcoming Domestic Abuse Strategy.

It will also look at how the police currently assess risk, threat and harm to the general public when responding to and investigating non-contact sexual offences (e.g. flashing), which we know may lead to more serious or repeat offending.

The new group will report into the Crime and Justice Taskforce chaired by the Prime Minister. Minister for Crime and Policing, Kit Malthouse, and Maggie Blyth, the newly appointed top cop for Violence Against Women and Girls, will also attend. It will meet for the first time in the autumn. 

Home Secretary Priti Patel said:

“Recent tragic events have exposed unimaginable failures in policing.

“It is abhorrent that a serving police officer was able to abuse his position of power, authority and trust to commit such a horrific crime. 

“The public have a right to know what failures enabled his continued employment as a police officer and an inquiry will give the independent oversight needed to ensure something like this can never happen again.” 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:29 pm  

A charity at a prison in Sutton has been praised by the new Justice Secretary

The Clink at Highdown trains prisoners in a kitchen so they can get a job in the industry when they leave.

It’s expanded to eight prisons since its inception.

Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab says he’s now extending the scheme to another 17 prisons.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:07 am  

The head of the Metropolitan Police says a review into her force's leadership and culture will take six months at least, as she promises to rebuild the public's trust

Dame Cressida Dick insists it'll be transparent, and will root out predatory officers.

It's in response to the conviction of officer Wayne Couzens, for the murder of Sarah Everard in Clapham.

The commissioner says investigations are already under way - including by the watchdog.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:42 am  

A “Move the Mast” campaign has been launched in Ewell following the erection of a 5G phone mast

Planning permission for the 20 metre structure behind the parade of shops in Kingston Road was obtained by EE.

But residents in Timbercroft claim it was put up without consultation, which is something Epsom and Ewell Borough council denies.

Homeowner Diane Cassell says it will devalue many properties and they will take legal action if it’s not moved. 


An EE spokesperson said:

“We always work closely with local planning authorities and follow all planning procedures when building or upgrading masts. This mast has been built in an approved location and will significantly boost mobile connectivity in the area, providing a better mobile experience for local residents, businesses and visitors.”

Mark Rouson Epsom and Ewell BC

“The mast has planning permission having been assessed against Council and national planning policy. Consultation was undertaken in accordance with the Council's adopted Statement of Community Involvement and statutory requirements. The council has confirmed that the mast has been erected in accordance with the approved plans.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 am  

Levels of air pollution have dropped in Richmond by as much as 21% in the 18 months since a 20mph speed limit was introduced

An assessment was carried out at three locations before and after the scheme was introduced to measure nitrogen dioxide levels.

The council says the evidence provides encouraging early signs that lower speed limits may contribute to lower pollution levels.

But it also says the impact of COVID, where people used their cars less, may also be a factor. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:21 am  

Four men have been arrested on suspicion of murder, after a stabbing in New Haw

Police were called to Heathervale Way at around 7.30 yesterday evening.

The air ambulance was called but the man was pronounced dead at the scene.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Surrey Police, or Crimestoppers to remain anonymous.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:01 am  

Townmead Recycling Centre in Mortlake is operating at a reduced capacity, due to fire damage to its shed.

The site in Mortlake was hit by a large fire in June, with crews on scene through the night.

Richmond Council leader Gareth Roberts says it “wiped out the dust suppression system”, which is legally required.

That’s mean that large quantities of waste can’t be stored there, and so it’s being moved to other places.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Monday, 4 October 2021

Army tanker drivers have taken to the roads to help ease the remaining fuel crisis at some petrol stations.

Around 200 military personnel are involved, half of them drivers.

They'll initially be concentrated in London and south east England.

Craig Wellstead is the Head of Operations at the Wimbledon Dons Local Action Group, and says it's been very difficult.


Fuel supplies are much better in the Midlands, the North and Scotland.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A man has been charged with being involved in “one of the main heroin and crack distribution lines in Kingston and Merton”.

He was driving a BMW in Mitcham, but resisted arrest when asked to stop.

He was found to have over 160 wraps of Class A drugs in his underwear.

A search of his home found more drugs, £3,000 in cash, and high value items of clothing.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Epsom & Ewell Councillors have offered to participate in the Afghan Locally Employed Staff resettlement scheme.

It will accommodate up to 5 households sourced through the Epsom & Ewell Refugee Network.

Councillor Alex Coley said “These Afghan families have put themselves at risk for the UK, now it’s the UK’s turn to help them resettle”.

It’s asking private landlords with vacant, or soon-to-be vacant homes for rent, to contact the Epsom & Ewell Refugee Network on [email protected] 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

The head of the Metropolitan Police has resisted calls to resign, to say her job is to rebuild trust in her force.

Dame Cressida Dick's explained how she intends to do that, after the rape and murder of Sarah Everard by a serving officer.

She says that person will be appointed within a week - admitting the Met is 'far from perfect'.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

The chancellor says it's inevitable some people will lose their jobs with furlough ending, but is promising extra help to support anyone who does.

He's spending half a billion pounds over the next three years to help people find new posts following the pandemic.

Lord Norman Lamont was Kingston’s MP for many years, as well as a Chancellor of the Exchequer.

He says the government had to “bite the bullet” and raise national insurance, following the amount they spent during the pandemic.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

A suspected drug dealer who circled around Richmond for “around three hours” has been arrested.

Police were waiting and tracking him in St Margaret’s, waiting for him to enter the borough so they could search him.

They seized multiple wraps of Class A drugs hiding in the roof lining and under the handbrake cover.

He was also found to be carrying £1,500 in cash and a “very busy drug phone”.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

38 people have been arrested during environmental protests by Insulate Britain.

Demonstrations have taken place at four locations including the Blackwall Tunnel and Wandsworth Bridge.

The group has also been responsible for a number of protests on the M25 in Surrey over the last month. 

Surrey’s head of policing, Lisa Townsend, feels they are damaging their own cause. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Britain's most senior police officer has resisted calls to resign after Wayne Couzens was jailed for the rape and murder of Sarah Everard.

He was serving with the Metropolitan Police at the time.

Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick says she's calling in an independent reviewer to look at the culture and standards in the force and root out predators.

Former Metroplitan Police Chief Superintendent Del Babu says he hopes Dame Cressida is the right person to solve this.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

A man from Harlesden has been jailed after being found with Class A drugs in a car in Banstead.

Just before Christmas in 2019, 22-year-old Nathan Ramsey was stopped after his vehicle was found to not be insured.

He was found with drugs and two phones, both of which had drug-related messages on them.

He’s been sentenced to 30 months behind bars.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

The head of the Metropolitan Police says a 'high profile' figure will be brought in within the week to review the 'culture' within her force - and root out predatory officers.

Dame Cressida Dick's resisted calls to resign, after serving officer Wayne Couzens raped and murdered Sarah Everard in Clapham in March.

She says a review will 'challenge leadership' on corruption and sexual misconduct.

Natalie Collins is from women's safety charity, the Women's Liberation Collective.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

A moped rider is in hospital after a collision in Clapham this morning.

Emergency crews were called at around 5.30 to Balham Hill.

The car driver stopped at the scene.

No arrests have been made and police are asking anyone with information or dashcam footage to contact them on 101.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Boris Johnson thinks there needs to be a change in the "culture of policing" following the murder of Sarah Everard in Clapham, by a serving officer.

The Prime Minister says it's clear there’s a massive job of work to be done to give women the confidence they need.

The Metropolitan force in particular has been under pressure to do more.

Vice-chair of the Conservative Party for Women, Nickie Aiken, says it's an issue the whole of society needs to think about:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:09 pm  

38 people have been arrested, following protests by Insulate Britain across London

Climate demonstrations took place at Wandsworth Bridge, as well as three other major locations.

Yesterday, the government announced those who block traffic could face up to six months in prison or an unlimited fine.

That hasn't deterred Paul, who's been campaigning for weeks.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

A man from Hounslow has been charged with being involved in a conspiracy to smuggle 17 people into the UK in a van

Romanian national Vasile Costache, aged 53, was arrested as he was about to board a flight to Bucharest from Luton.

It’s part of an investigation dating back to 2019, when a van was found to have people hidden in wooden compartments, including five children.

Four other people have been charged over the incident, with the trial provisionally listed for January 2023.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:11 pm  

Around 70 people were evacuated from a fire at a row of terraced houses in Thornton Heath

A ruptured gas main caused the blaze on Friday on London Road, with fires involving fuse boxes also causing a power outage.

There were no reports of any injuries.

It’s believed the fire was accidental and caused by a fault in a neutral supply cable.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

Brentford boss Thomas Frank says they are pleased and proud with their points tally after seven games in the Premier League

They go into the international break in seventh place after grabbing a 2-1 win at West Ham.

Frank says his players' hard work is paying off.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:17 am  

A litter picking campaign in Epsom and Ewell is looking to sign up its 1,000th volunteer

Keep Epsom and Ewell Tidy has regular meetings with the Council to identify litter hot spots and get them cleared. 

Lerryn Reynoldson created the group after her 4-year-old daughter Kate queried the amount of litter on their walk to school.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:32 am  

A man who was shot dead in Croydon on Saturday has been named as 35-year-old Leroy Mitchell

Police were called just before 5am to reports of a man shot in a car park in Birdhurst Road.

Leroy was at a house party in the area that night, which was believed to be a silent disco, and police are asking people who were there to contact them.

Detective Chief Inspector Katherine Goodwin says “even if you do not think you saw or heard anything significant, please contact police”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:02 am  

Sunday, 3 October 2021

A march is taking place in Epsom and Ewell’s Nonsuch Park later.

Its being organised by Reclaim these streets and war on woman to make a stand against gender-based violence.

It is also in response to a sexual assault on a woman in the park four weeks ago.

We caught up with Kiera who is supporting the event.


The march takes place at 5.30pm
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:17 pm  

Two men have been stabbed after a fight in Putney.

Police and ambulance services were called just before 2am last night to upper Richmond Road close to Putney Hill Road. 

The two men one in his 20s and the other in his 30s were taken with stab injuries to hospital with non life threatening injuries.

One of the men has been arrested in connection with the incident.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:28 pm  

A man has died in a car collision in Coulsdon.

Police and emergency services were called at approximately 7am on Friday to reports of a car colliding with a wall. 

It is believed that driver lost control, overturned but no reports of any other cars involved.

The driver a 29-year-old man was taken to St Georges Hospital in a life-threatening condition, but he was later pronounced dead.

Police are investigating. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:32 pm  

13 MPs have written to the new Health Secretary demanding a halt to the reconfiguration of maternity services in South London.

Under the current plans, services like maternity, are due to be moved out of St Helier and Epsom hospitals.

They’ll be relocated at a new emergency care hospital in Belmont, with work due to start next year. 

Mitcham and Morden’s MP, Siobhain McDonagh, is the lead signatory on the letter. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:23 am  

With temperatures set to dip over the next few weeks, Surrey is preparing for the arrival of a number of new gritting machines.

The vehicles are part of a two year roll out of state of the art gritters across the country.

Surrey, Sussex and Kent are to receive 36 which will be shared between the three counties.

The new vehicles are equipped with technology which allows gritting routes to be uploaded directly into the vehicle.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:19 am  

Kingston Hospital has been handed the prestigious Baby Friendly Award by UNICEF UK.

Staff are being recognised for their commitment to increasing breastfeeding rates.

The Baby Friendly Initiative is a global programme which aims to transform healthcare for infants and their mothers. 

The award is given to hospitals after an assessment by a UNICEF UK team has shown recognised best practice standards are in place.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 am  

Hammersmith and Fulham Council has welcomed its third Afghan refugee family.

It comes as the children of the first family welcomed last month have started at primary school. 

The authority says a fourth family is due to arrive next week. 

Council bosses are continuing to urge residents and businesses interested in volunteering with the welcome effort to get in contact. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 am  

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