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Saturday 10 September 2022

Harlequins started their 2022 rugby union Premiership campaign on a winning note

They registered a 40- 31 victory at Newcastle Falcons.

Defending champions Leicester suffered an opening day defeat as they went down 24-20 away at Exeter.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:07 pm  

Croydon residents and members of the public are invited to Katharine Street, outside the Town Hall, this Sunday for the reading of the Proclamation of the Accession of His Majesty King Charles III

The Proclamation will take place at 2pm - residents are asked to take their places outside the Town Hall steps shortly before the event.

Croydon’s Mayor, Councillor Alisa Flemming will lead the ceremony along with other civic officials.

Councillor Flemming will read the Proclamation of Accession before leading attendees in the national anthem.

Floral tributes will then be laid at the Town Hall flagpole, where members of the public are also invited to lay their own tributes.

The Book of Condolence remains open in Braithwaite Hall.

Katharine Street is closed during the period of mourning.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:03 pm  

Kingston’s councillors have been sharing their royal borough’s most cherished memories of The Queen

They say because of Kingston’s royal connection, they feel her loss “deeply.”

A favourite memory that’s been recalled was when The Queen and Prince Philip visited All Saints Church in 2002.

They were there to unveil a stone commemorating the 1100th anniversary of the coronation of King Edward the Elder.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm  

The unveiling of a coronation stone in Kingston by The Queen is one of the memories residents there have been sharing.

Her Majesty and Prince Philip visited All Saints Church in the royal borough in 2002.

The unveiling was to mark 1,100 years since the coronation of King Edward the Elder.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

The Royal Parks says it’s making sure visitors will be able to pay their respects to The Queen safely.

Mourners have begun laying florals tributes in St James’s, Green and Hyde Parks.

The central London parks will also provide the backdrop for key stages of the state funeral procession.

The charity, which also manages Richmond and Bushy Parks, says its working with the Mayor of London to ensure smooth transport routes.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:32 pm  

Friday 9 September 2022

Epsom and Ewell’s MP, Chris Grayling has paid his tribute to The Queen in the House of Commons.

He has fond memories regarding the Epsom Derby. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

These students at the Royal Russell School in Croydon, which the Queen was patron of, have shared what she meant to them.
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The MP for Chelsea and Fulham, Greg Hands, has recalled his favourite memory of the Queen.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:32 pm  

Surrey County Cricket Club men's test match between England and South Africa is one of the sporting events that’s been cancelled today.

The match was due to be played at The Oval. 

A spokesman for the cricket club said: 

"A further announcement about the continuation of the test match will be made in due course." 

Ticket holders will be issued a full refund automatically.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:24 pm  

The Met Police is sharing its plans for policing London over the next few days as thousands flock to the capital to pay tribute to the Queen.

The Met, British Transport Police and the City of London Police have initiated well-rehearsed policing plans across the capital.

The public will see additional officers posted outside key locations, including transport hubs, Royal Parks and outside Royal residences.

There will also be highly visible patrols across London.

Road closures are being established at a number of locations in Westminster. 

The Met says it recognises these road closures may cause some inconvenience, but they are necessary to ensure public safety.

The Met is working closely with Westminster City Council and TfL to minimise any disruption to residents and businesses. 

Those wishing to travel into London and visit Royal Residences are encouraged to visit for the latest information.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:10 pm  

The Mayor of Richmond upon Thames has expressed her condolences, on behalf of the Council and residents of the borough, following the sad news of the death of our late Sovereign, Queen Elizabeth II.

 In a letter of condolence to the Palace, the Mayor, Councillor Julia Cambridge, has said:  

The Queen has been a constant and reassuring figure in the lives of the British people. Through decades of rule from her accession to the throne in 1952 and throughout her seventy-year rule, the Queen’s lasting presence and commitment to the nation and its people, has provided reassurance for so many.  

"Queen Elizabeth’s devotion to her family and this country has been a true inspiration. Her work as the longest reigning monarch has had a huge impact on the lives of so many. Queen Elizabeth will be remembered for her service, devotion, and dedication to the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth.” 

Councillor Gareth Roberts, Leader of Richmond Council, has said: 

This is an incredibly sad time for our nation and we know people will want to pay their respects and share their memories of Queen Elizabeth. Buckingham Palace has published information about their options for commemoration, but we know that not everyone will be able to travel to central locations. We are therefore offering a location for flowers to be laid at York House in Twickenham and Books of Condolences in a number of locations around the Richmond upon Thames.  

“This is a time for us to come together as a borough and remember the life and work of an extraordinary woman. Buckingham Palace have issued guidance for the period of mourning, between now and the funeral. If you are looking for guidance on how you can ensure you respect the wishes of the Royal Family during this period, I would encourage you to seek that information out.” 

Buckingham Palace have opened a virtual Book of Condolences. This can be accessed at 

While the Council encourages residents to sign the online book, physical books are available at the York House reception and Civic Centre reception in Twickenham and at each of the libraries in the borough.  If support is needed to write a message in the physical book, Council officers are available to help. For residents who are unable to sign the online book or visit one of these locations, messages may be sent by post and the Council will add these to one of the physical books. Please send written messages to Book of Condolence, c/o The Mayor’s Office, York House, Richmond Road, TW1 3AA.  

Once the books are closed, the books will be archived at the Richmond Reference Library. 

Public floral tributes are welcome at the York House main driveway, in Twickenham. Tributes will be kept for up to two weeks following the funeral of the Queen (although any withered or dead flowers will be removed on a regular basis). We ask members of the public to leave flowers only. All endeavours will be made to compost the flowers, so we ask that people please remove any cellophane or other wrapping/packaging before laying. Any cards left alongside floral tributes will be collected and added to the borough’s physical Book of Condolence. Any other forms of tribute that are left (e.g. teddy bears), will be considered for archiving or will be recycled.  

At 10am on Saturday 10 September 2022, St. James’ Palace will make the Proclamation, which is the formal announcement of the new monarch.  

The Proclamation will be made locally by the Mayor of Richmond upon Thames at a short formal ceremony at 2.30pm on Sunday, the 11th of September on the steps of York House in Twickenham.  

Any further details of local events will be published on the Council website as and when details are confirmed. 

In accordance with protocols, the Union Flags that fly above York House and the Civic Centre have been lowered to half-mast. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Statement from the Leader of Mole Valley District Council Councillor Stephen Cooksey

Councillor Stephen Cooksey, Leader of Mole Valley District Council, said: “I am deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Her Majesty The Queen, and I know the people of Mole Valley will join me in sending our thoughts and condolences to the Royal Family at this difficult time.  

"Queen Elizabeth II has represented the nation for as long as most of us can remember, and was a symbol of commitment, determination and stability. She was the longest reigning monarch in the history of England and achieved incredible things throughout her life time. She was recognised around the world for her kind heart and wisdom. I have a great admiration for her devotion, strength and dedication to our country and the Commonwealth.

“The flag at council offices is flying at half-mast, and Dorking Halls will be lit up in purple throughout our period of national mourning.” 

A condolence book for Mole Valley’s residents is available in Pippbrook’s reception until 5pm today (Friday 9 September) and until 7pm from Monday 12 September. An electronic national book of condolence has also been set up for those wishing to offer their sympathies.

“We’ll be updating our residents with more plans regarding the mourning period and the Queen’s funeral once these are confirmed.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:24 pm  

Around the country, people have been gathering at other royal palaces to pay their respects the the Queen on the first of 10 days of public mourning.

People have been laying flowers for the Queen.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:01 pm  

King Charles has been greeted with cheers and shaken people's hands at Buckingham Palace as he spends his first full day as the new monarch.

Among the huge crowds there were also some spontaneous bursts of the national anthem.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:33 pm  

Surrey Police say they will be working with other forces to support the policing requirements for the Queen’s state funeral

Details of the date have yet to be announced. 

In line with protocol, Union flags on police buildings will be raised to full mast for the proclamation of the new monarch. 

They will then be returned to half-mast until after the funeral.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:18 pm  

Some landmarks across South-West London are closing today as a mark of respect

 Historic Royal Palaces has closed each of its six sites today as a mark of respect for The Queen. 

Ticket sales for their buildings including Hampton Court Palace and Kew Palace have also been suspended. 

The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew is closed today, as a mark of respect.

The move has attracted some criticism, with some considering it an “ideal place” to reflect on Her Majesty’s passing.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:44 pm  

All of this weekend's Premier League fixtures have been postponed following the passing of the Queen

That includes the Chelsea vs Fulham West London Derby

Tomorrow's matches in the English Football League are also off. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:07 pm  

The President of The Queen Elizabeth Foundation for Disabled People has paid tribute to Her Majesty

Corinna, Lady Hamilton of Dalzell, says the Leatherhead based charity has been privileged to have a long-standing royal connection. 

The Queen Mother was its Patron from 1953 until her death in March 2002 and the charity bears her name to this day. 

The charity says it mourns with the nation. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:40 am  

Crowds have been gathering outside Windsor Castle to pay their respects to Her Majesty, The Queen.

Resident Jenny has been paying her respects.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:47 am  

Following the announcement of the sad passing of Her Majesty The Queen, the Mayor of Reigate & Banstead, Cllr Frank Kelly, has paid tribute.

The Mayor said: "I and my council colleagues are extremely saddened by the news of Her Majesty The Queen’s sad passing. She will be remembered for her tireless service to our nation over her 70 years on the throne. Her Majesty’s service has been both inspirational and exemplary and her loss will be keenly felt by us all.

"This is a particularly sad time, and our thoughts are with Her Majesty The Queen’s family, friends and all those who grieve her passing.

“I will be sending a letter of condolence to The Palace on behalf of all those who live and work in the Borough of Reigate & Banstead.

“As a mark of respect, the Union Flag at the Town Hall, Reigate is being flown at half-mast during the period of national mourning and The Council will hold a minute silence at its next Council meeting.”

Her Majesty has paid a number of visits to the borough over the years, most recently to the reopening of the modernised East Surrey College, Redhill, in 2011 with His Royal Highness The Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh.

In due course, the Council will share further details and updates on how people can pay their respects locally on our website, and on our social media channels - Twitter at or Facebook at 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:37 am  

Strike action by postal and rail workers has been called off after the death of the Queen

Members of the Wimbledon-based Communication Workers Union at Royal Mail have cancelled the second day of their 48-hour walkout today, out of respect.

Industrial action on the rail network due on Thursday and Saturday next week has also been dropped.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:14 am  

The nation has begun a period of mourning following the death of Queen Elizabeth II

Her Majesty passed away peacefully at the age of 96 at Balmoral yesterday, surrounded by some of her family.

Crowds gathered outside Buckingham Palace overnight - some grieving the death of the Queen, and others celebrating her life.

Jackie’s News Editor Lucy Mayer recalls one of her favourite memories of the Queen from the Diamond Jubilee Tour. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:24 am  

Tributes continue to pour in for The Queen who’s died at the age of 96

Buckingham Palace says she passed away 'peacefully' at Balmoral yesterday afternoon. 

These people in Kingston told us how they received the news.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:52 am  

Thursday 8 September 2022

The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames mourns the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II


Throughout her reign, the Queen has demonstrated an extraordinary sense of public duty and commitment to her nation.

Her Majesty oversaw the United Kingdom through many decades of change, leading us through the post-war years into the modern, inclusive 21st Century nation we are today. 

We fondly recall a number of visits from Her Majesty, memorably in 2002, when she and the Duke of Edinburgh visited All Saints Parish Church to unveil a stone commemorating the 1100th anniversary of the coronation of King Edward the Elder, in Kingston.

Cllr Yogan Yoganathan, Mayor of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, said:

“As a Royal Borough, Kingston upon Thames has always had a strong connection to the Queen and the Royal Family, and we feel her loss deeply. 

“On behalf of both the local authority and the people of Kingston upon Thames, I express great sadness at her passing and offer our sincere condolences to the royal family for their loss.”

As a symbol of our mourning, all flags at the Guildhall are being flown at half mast. Books of Condolence will be opened at the Guildhall building in Kingston, Surbiton Library, New Malden Library and the Hook Centre in Chessington (also known as Hook and Chessington Library) tomorrow, Friday 9 September. We have also set up an eBook of Condolence for the people of the borough to express their grief and gratitude to Her Majesty, and share memories. For more information about both the online and physical Books of Condolence, please visit Kingston Council's community remembrance webpage. These will later be memorialised in Kingston’s treasured archives.

During this difficult period, the Mayor’s programme of events will be amended as a sign of respect. 

This is a period of public grief when all communities should come together to mourn a national icon who has been a powerful and resilient figurehead throughout our lives, and whose loss we all share together.  

Residents wishing to lay floral tributes to mark the Monarch’s passing are welcome to do so, and more information on this can be found on our community remembrance webpage. Residents may want to consider a donation to one of the many charities and patronages that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II supported.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:58 pm  

Tribute from Liberal Democrat leader and Kingston and Surbiton MP, Sir Ed Davey, following the death of The Queen

"We mourn the loss of a great monarch who served our country faithfully all her life. The Queen was an ever-fixed mark in our lives. She represented duty and courage, warmth and compassion. My thoughts and prayers are with the Royal Family, and everyone whose life she touched."

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:37 pm  

Tribute to Her Majesty, The Queen from Epsom and Ewell Borough Council.

The Councillors and staff of Epsom & Ewell Borough Council (EEBC) are deeply saddened at the news of the death of Her Majesty The Queen. Our thoughts are with the Royal Family at this time.

Flags in the Borough are being flown at half-mast and books of condolence are available for everyone to sign at the Town Hall, Bourne Hall and the Wellbeing Centre. An online book of condolence is also available at

The Mayor of EEBC, Councillor Clive Woodbridge, has said, ‘Her Majesty was no stranger to Epsom, rarely missing a Derby. She was a much loved and respected monarch, and I know the vast majority of the residents of this Borough will be profoundly saddened by today’s news. 

‘As well as our sovereign, Her Majesty was also a mother, grandmother and great grandmother; on behalf of the people of Epsom & Ewell, I extend our sympathies to members of the Royal Family on their personal loss.’ 

The Interim Chief Executive of EEBC, Jackie King, has said, ‘As Members attend to the democratic process in the Council Chamber, they do so under a portrait of our late monarch; a poignant reminder of duty and personal commitment.

‘I am very aware of the esteem in which Her Majesty is held by the Council’s staff, and on their behalf, I offer our sympathies to the Royal Family.’

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:34 pm  

The Mayor of Spelthorne, Councillor Susan Doran, has paid tribute to Her Majesty.

Councillors and Officers of Spelthorne Borough Council are deeply saddened at the news of the death of Her Royal Highness, Queen Elizabeth II. Our thoughts are with the Royal Family at this time.

The Mayor said, “We come together following the passing of Her Majesty, the Queen. Our sadness at this time is shared by people across the globe, as we remember with affection and gratitude the lifetime of service given. Her Majesty will be missed throughout the country, her spirit was an inspiration throughout many troubled times and her dedication to duty will ensure she is long remembered.”

There will be a royal period of mourning for one month, beginning immediately. The flag outside the Council offices will be flown at half-mast.

Residents who wish to sign a book of condolence are welcome to do so at Spelthorne Borough Council reception in Knowle Green, Greeno Community Centre in Shepperton, Fordbridge Community Centre in Ashford and at St Mary the Virgin Church in Stanwell. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:26 pm  

Postal strikes called off following death of The Queen

Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, all planned strike action by postal workers tomorrow  has been cancelled.

Wimbledon based CWU General Secretary Dave Ward said: “Following the very sad news of the passing of the Queen, and out of respect for her service to the country and her family, the union has decided to call off tomorrow’s planned strike action.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 pm  

Statement from Munira Wilson, MP for Twickenham, on the death of Queen Elizabeth II

“Today is an incredibly sad day not only for the people of the UK, but across the Commonwealth and, indeed, the world. 

We all mourn the death of Her Majesty the Queen, who will be remembered for the unerring grace, dignity and integrity she showed for over seven decades. I personally admired Her Majesty’s strong faith and unwavering commitment to public service. The overwhelming outpouring of affection we’ve seen is testament to how deeply she was respected. 

Her Majesty’s remarkable 70-year reign spanned 15 prime ministers and traced the arc of modern history. At home, Her Majesty’s patronage of hundreds of charities, and her support of organisations from all parts of society – schools, businesses, the armed services, cultural organisations, our NHS – have been invaluable. Overseas, Her Majesty represented the UK to people and governments all over the world. 

At an age when most of us would have been thinking of enjoying a well-earned retirement, Her Majesty continued her duties with an energy and enthusiasm that remained undimmed. 

As a mark of respect, Parliament will be observing a 10-day mourning period. My thoughts and condolences – and, I know, those of the people of Twickenham – go out to Her Majesty’s loved ones, as we mourn her loss and celebrate her extraordinary legacy.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:31 pm  

Demonstrators have gathered outside a south London police station, chanting the name of a rapper who was shot dead by officers.

They've also held a minute's silence in Chris Kaba's memory.

The police watchdog confirmed the 24 year old was not armed when he was shot in Streatham Hill on Monday.

An investigation's underway.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:04 pm  

The Wimbledon based union behind today's Royal Mail strikes says workers won't back down until they get the pay rise they "deserve".

The Communication Workers Union says members are "in it for the long haul" and won't accept an "imposed" 2%  increase.

General secretary Dave Wards says he's never known workers to be "so angry" towards an employer.

But Royal Mail says the C-W-U's not interested in constructive negotiations.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Prince Charles is at Balmoral with his mother - as the Queen's doctors say they're 'concerned' about her health.

Her Majesty's under medical supervision and is described as being 'comfortable'.

Her other children have also arrived in Aberdeenshire to be with her - as has the Duke of Cambridge.

Liz Truss - who met the Queen just two days ago - says the 'whole country will be deeply concerned by the news'.

Downing Street says there are no plans for the new Prime Minister to travel to Scotland.

The 96 year-old monarch's pulled out of a number of events in recent months due to her health and mobility issues.

Last night she postponed a meeting of her Privy Council.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Merton’s Council is asking the Met Police for answers following a suspected gas explosion in Thornton Heath.

4 year old Sahara Salman died in the incident on August the 8th in Galpin’s Road and hundreds were left homeless. 

As residents have slowly been making their way back into their properties, more concerns have arisen according to Ross Garrod. 

In his open letter, Merton’s Council leader mentions front doors being left open at houses that lie within the inner cordon.

He says some residents have reported that some doors have been left open for days after police have left the scene. 

One resident has also reported that their CCTV camera has been removed without explanation.

We’ve contacted the Met Police for comment.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:31 pm  

Chelsea have appointed Graham Potter as their new head coach.

He's left Brighton to take the job, signing a 5 year contract.

Joe Rawson reports.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:53 pm  

The Queen is under medical supervision at Balmoral - after doctors became 'concerned' about her health.

The Palace says she's 'comfortable'.

 Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have travelled to Balmoral.

 Prince William's also making the journey there - as are Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.

Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle updated MPs in the Commons.

Our deputy political correspondent Sam Coates is in Westminster.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:44 pm  

The Queen is under medical supervision at Balmoral after doctors became 'concerned' about her health.

The Palace says she's 'comfortable'.

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have travelled to Balmoral.

Prince William's also making the journey there as are Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.

Last night Her Majesty cancelled a planned virtual meeting of her Privy Council.

The Prime Minister's tweeted that the 'whole country will be deeply concerned by the news'.

It's only two days since Liz Truss met the Queen to be formally invited to form a new government.

The 96 year-old is Britain's longest-serving monarch and earlier this year became the first to celebrate a platinum jubilee.

The Archbishop of Canterbury says the 'prayers of the nation' are with the Queen.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:44 pm  

Merton’s Council is asking the Met Police for answers following a suspected gas explosion in Thornton Heath.

4 year old Sahara Salman died in the incident on August the 8th in Galpin’s Road and hundreds were left homeless.

 As residents have slowly been making their way back into their properties, more concerns have arisen according to Ross Garrod.

In his open letter, Merton’s Council leader mentions front doors being left open at houses that lie within the inner cordon.

He says some residents have reported that some doors have been left open for days after police have left the scene.

One resident has also reported that their CCTV camera has been removed without explanation.

The Met Police has confirmed a response to the letter was sent yesterday. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:24 pm  

It's understood Chelsea have reached a verbal agreement for Graham Potter to take over as their new head coach

The club's continuing talks with the Brighton boss this morning.

The Englishman is being lined-up as the successor to Thomas Tuchel who was sacked yesterday.

The conversation is continuing about arrangements for backroom staff.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:39 pm  

Hammersmith and Fulham Council is ramping up its Polio vaccine campaign

Children aged 1 to 9 are being offered a dose as there are signs the once globally eradicated disease may be spreading in London. 

Polio is highly infectious and can cause total paralysis in a matter of hours for any age but mainly affects children aged 3 and under. 

The King Street walk-in centre is open seven days a week from 10am to 6pm. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:48 am  

The Mayor of London has met with the police watchdog, after a man was shot in Streatham Hill

Sadiq Khan says a community reference group is being brought together to help with local engagement. 

24-year-old Chris Kaba died after a police pursuit on Monday night. 

The IOPC says that he wasn’t armed and they’re working to “piece together” what happened.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:31 am  

Chelsea will continue their talks with Brighton boss Graham Potter today

They want the Englishman to replace Thomas Tuchel ((Pron Two-cull)).

He was sacked yesterday after losing the confidence of the new ownership, who took over the club in May.

Reporter Rob Dorsett says Potter is very interested in the job.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 am  

The police watchdog says a 24-year-old man shot by armed officers in Streatham Hill was not armed

Chris Kaba died after a police pursuit ended on Monday night.

The Independent Office for Police Conduct says they are working to "piece together" the circumstances.

In a statement released through the charity Inquest, the MOBO-nominated rapper's loved ones say they need answers.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:25 am  

Parking Attendants in Wandsworth are to receive a pay rise of 11.5%

It follows 20 days of strike action since June by members of the GMB Union.

Paul Grafton, from the union, says “this offer shows that the money was there all along”.

A spokesperson from the contractor, NSL, said, “We are pleased that an agreement has been reached with the GMB which will protect our colleagues against on-going economic uncertainty”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:13 am  

Wednesday 7 September 2022

Fire crews say a ruptured gas main in Croydon has been repaired

The brigade was called on Saturday at around midday to Mitcham Road.

A 130-metre cordon was put in place as a precaution, and a number of people were evacuated. 

London Fire Brigade says there are “no further elevated gas readings”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:34 pm  

The Met police has expressed condolences to the loved ones of a rapper shot dead by armed officers on Monday.

Chris Kaba died after a police chase in Streatham ((Pron: Stret-um)) hill after his audi was hemmed in by two police cars.

Commander Alexis Boon said he recognised the "devastating and lasting impact this tragic incident" will have on his family.

The IOPC is carrying out an investigation into the shooting.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 pm  

Chelsea have opened talks with Brighton boss Graham Potter about replacing Thomas Tuchel.

The German, who won three trophies in his 20 months at Stamford Bridge, has been sacked following a poor start to the season.

Hearts defender Alex Cochrane started his career with Brighton and worked under Potter.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Dame Deborah James has been awarded an honorary degree by the Institute of Cancer Research.

The 40 year old teacher from Barnes died from Bowel cancer in June.

Deborah’s mother Heather and father Alistair collected the award on her behalf at London’s Guildhall yesterday. 

The Sutton based ICR recognised Deborah for her “outstanding contributions to raising awareness of living with cancer.”

Her You, Me and The Big C podcast colleagues, Lauren Mahon and Steve Bland also received honorary degrees. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:17 pm  

The new Chancellor has told market leaders that borrowing will need to be higher in the short-term to help households and businesses with soaring energy bills.

It's further evidence that if a price cap freeze goes ahead - as reported - it won't be paid back over the coming years through direct repayments from customers.

Kwasi Kwarteng, who’s also the MP for Spelthorne, says he's committed to taking "decisive action" while pursuing a "pro-growth agenda".

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:07 pm  

A Met Police commander has expressed his “sincere condolences” following the death of a man in Streatham Hill.

The Independent Office for Police Conduct is continuing to investigate the shooting of Chris Kaba on Monday night. 

The 23 year old was shot following a pursuit by police officers. 

Commander Alexis Boon is is also reassuring the community that the Met is cooperating fully with the IOPC investigation.

Commander Alexis Boon, said: "I would like to express my sincere condolences to the family and friends of the man who died and I recognise the devastating and lasting impact this tragic incident will have on them.

"I understand that this incident is extremely concerning and I would like to reassure the community that the Met is co-operating fully with the Independent Office for Police Conduct as they carry out a thorough and independent investigation. I also recognise that the family and community want answers about what happened. I know the IOPC investigators are working hard to establish the facts but also need some time and space to be able to progress their enquiries.

“Myself, along with the local policing commander, have met with key partners and community members, and will continue to actively work together to engage with, and to reassure the public, at this difficult time.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Chelsea have sacked head coach Thomas Tuchel.

The club's new owners say it's "the right time" to make a "transition".

George Alderman reports.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:17 pm  

The London Cancer Hub in Sutton is opening its doors to the public

The site is thought of as Europe’s leading life-science centre specialising in research and treatment of the disease. 

The Institute of Cancer Research, also in Sutton, is opening its doors as well, to give visitors an insight into its world-leading work. 

The events, on the 17th, 18th and 24th, are part of this year’s Open House Festival.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:35 pm  

Two former leaders of Merton Council have been awarded a high honour

Mark Allison, who led the authority through the pandemic, and David Tyrie Williams, were handed the Freedom of the Borough. 

Mr Allison ensured council staff were paid the living wage and introduced bereavement leave for staff who miscarry during his tenure. 

While Mr Williams received an MBE for Political Service in Local Government.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:57 am  

Chelsea have sacked head coach Thomas Tuchel following their shock 1-nil defeat to Dinamo Zagreb in the Champions League

It was their third loss in seven matches this season.

The club's new owners have spent over £250m on transfers this summer.

Speaking last night, Tuchel said his team were "clearly" not where he wanted them to be.

Tuchel led Chelsea to the Champions League title and Club World Cup after succeeding Frank Lampard in January last year.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:11 am  

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel was left angry by his side's performance in their 1-nil defeat to Dinamo Zagreb in their Champions League opener

Mislav Orsic's goal on 13 minutes was enough to secure the hosts the win in Croatia.

It's the first time the Stamford Bridge club have lost three away games in succession under the German coach.

He says he was shocked by their display.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:35 am  

Police are to start patrolling an alleyway in Egham

Officers will incorporate the side route within Ayebridges Avenue into their rounds following reports of substance abuse. 

They also say residents have reported other suspicious activity in the vicinity. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:24 am  

A climate activist who dug himself into a hole in Chertsey has been jailed

48-year-old Scott Breen, also known as Digger, was protesting against Esso’s Southampton to London pipeline. 

A High Court injunction told him to leave his hole within 72 hours, and when he didn’t, he was arrested. 

He’s been sentenced to 112 days in prison.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:08 am  

Tuesday 6 September 2022

There’s been another huge haul of illegal vapes in Kensington and Chelsea.

The latest raid saw Trading Standards teams seize over 3,000 devices worth £24,000. 

One of the devices confiscated was a vape pen with a 16ml tank size capable of 7,000 puffs, which is over eight times the legal UK limit.

Warning letters have been issued to 21 traders; after a second warning retailers still selling illegal vapes will face possible prosecution.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:36 pm  

Detectives investigating a sexual assault on a teenager have released a CCTV image of a man they’d like to speak with.

The victim was at Willesden Junction station on May the 18th at around 9.45pm when she was approached by a man.

He sexually assaulted her and tried to get her to leave the station with him, before following her onto a train.

The man left the train at West Brompton, while the victim called her dad who phoned the police.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:35 pm  

Investigations are continuing after armed police shot a man dead in Streatham Hill.

Officers say they were pursuing a "suspect vehicle" in Kirkstall Gardens just before 10 o’clock last night.

The man is believed to be a celebrated rapper in his 20s and the Met Police has referred itself to the watchdog, the IOPC.

Pastor Lorraine Jones-Burrell is from a charity which helps reduce violent crime.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:31 pm  

A man has had around £900 pickpocketed from him while in the McDonalds in Epsom.

Yesterday, at around 2pm, a chocolate milkshake was thrown over him, and a man helped him clean himself up with tissues.

He then realised his money was gone.

The suspect is described as around five foot tall, with an Eastern European accent, 40-50 years old, and wearing a “security or construction outfit”.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Surrey Police.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A man who was shot dead by police in Streatham Hill last night is understood to be a Mobo-nominated rapper.

Chris Kaba died in hospital just after midnight following a high speed chase.

Pastor Lorraine Jones-Burrell is the CEO of the Dwayne Simpson Foundation which campaigns against violent crime.

The Independent Office for Police Conduct says investigators have been sent to the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:03 pm  

Deadline day signing Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang will make his Chelsea debut when they begin their Champions League group campaign in the next hour.

He'll wear a mask to protect his broken jaw when they take on Dinamo Zagreb in Croatia.

Later, Celtic return to the group stages for the first time since 2017.

They host title holders Real Madrid at Parkhead.

Manchester City start away to Sevilla.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:51 pm  

Tenants and Leaseholders in Croydon are being asked to share their views on the borough’s housing services.

To get involved in the initiative, they can attend virtual or face-to-face workshops this month. 

This scheme is designed to let residents have a say in changes they want to see in the council’s housing service.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Halifax has caused anger in Mitcham, after announcing that it’s closing its branch there.

A spokesperson for the bank says visits there have fallen in recent years, and urged people to visit its Tooting outlet, or the post office.

However, Mitcham and Morden MP Siobhan McDonagh is resisting the move, and has set up a public meeting for next Thursday.

She says that residents are “angered” and is asking representatives from the bank to attend.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Armed police have shot dead a man in his 20s after a car chase ended in Streatham Hill.

Officers say they were pursuing a "suspect vehicle" in the area last night.

Joe McNally lives nearby.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:06 pm  

Chelsea midfielder Mateo Kovacic has tipped deadline day signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to add vital firepower to their forward line

He's expected to make his debut when they face Dinamo Zagreb in their Champions League Group opener this evening.

The striker will wear a face mask after his jaw was broken during an armed robbery at his home last month.

Kovacic hopes Aubameyang will flourish at his new club.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:42 pm  

Boris Johnson's described himself as a "booster rocket" which "fulfilled its function" in his final speech as Prime Minister

He listed his achievements in office, including the conclusion of Brexit and the rollout of Covid vaccines, as he addressed colleagues outside Downing Street.

Mr Johnson also pledged support for his successor, Liz Truss.

Leader of the Liberal Democrats and Kingston MP, Sir Ed Davey, claims he's left the economy in a "mess".

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:24 am  

Tens of thousands of firefighters and control room staff are going to vote on whether to strike, in a row over pay

The Norbiton-based Fire Brigades Union's called a two-percent offer made in June a 'significant real-terms wage cut'.

The ballot's expected to be held in five weeks' time.

Barristers in England and Wales, rail staff and postal workers are among groups already staging walk-outs.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:10 am  

It's predicted Spelthorne MP Kwasi Kwarteng is in line for Chancellor

 Liz Truss formally takes over from Boris Johnson this lunchtime, with speculation about who'll join her top team.

We'll find out more this afternoon, after she's appointed Prime Minister by the Queen at Balmoral Castle.

Some predict Spelthorne MP Kwasi Kwarteng's in line for Chancellor and James Cleverly for Foreign Secretary.

It's understood a 100-billion pound package to freeze energy bills for two years will be among her first big announcements in the job.

She's already pledged to cut taxes - including National Insurance and certain green levies.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says he's looking forward to working with the incoming Prime Minister, Liz Truss - having called Boris Johnson a 'true friend'.

He said she is 'well known' in Ukraine.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:29 am  

People living under the flight path in Richmond and Kingston are being urged to share their experiences of night flights at Heathrow

Richmond Park MP Sarah Olney is ramping up her campaign to get a full ban on scheduled flights between 11pm and 6am. 

The Lib Dem says the government and aviation sector must work together to deliver residents a “quiet night's sleep”. 

She’s asking those affected by overnight noise to contact her. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:37 am  

The Metropolitan Police has referred itself for investigation after a man was shot during a pursuit by specialist officers in Streatham Hill

Officers say a 'suspect' vehicle was stopped on Monday night.

A firearm was discharged and a man, believed to be in his 30s in the car, got a gunshot wound.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:56 am  

Monday 5 September 2022

Reece James says he's "over the moon" to have signed a new five-year contract at Chelsea.

The England full-back has established himself as first-team regular, making 128 appearances since his debut in 2019.

James says he wanted to stay at the club he's supported since he was a child.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A Health Bus is visiting different neighbourhoods around Wandsworth to provide mobile, pop-up advice and support.

Onboard, NHS staff provide guidance and tips for managing health,  offer immunisations, and can signpost residents to local wellbeing services.

The Bus will next be seen on Thursday visiting Ensham House in Tooting.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:56 pm  

It’s believed a fire in Tooting yesterday was caused by a candle.

The brigade was called just after 1pm to Upper Tooting Road to a blaze in a flat above a shop.

There have been no reports of any injuries.

A spokesperson for the brigade suggests swapping fire candles for LED ones, and not to leave them unattended.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 pm  

Lib Dem leader and Kingston MP, Sir Ed Davey, says Liz Truss will be “more of the same crisis and chaos” as Boris Johnson.

He says it's time to scrap the energy price hike then call a general election.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 pm  

Some of the Conservative MPs known to have backed Liz Truss include Kwasi Kwarteng.

The MP for Spelthorne is also the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

He’s now being tipped as the next Chancellor under Ms Truss.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:07 pm  

Justice Secretary, Dominic Raab, has congratulated Liz Truss.

The MP for Esher and Walton had publicly backed her opponent, Rishi Sunak, for the top job.

In a tweet, Mr Raab wrote “now, we must all come together to support the new Prime Minister in delivering for the British people.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 pm  

The Lib Dem’s Spokesperson for Treasury and Business has already criticised the new Prime Minister’s preparedness for task ahead.

Sarah Olney is also the MP for Richmond Park. 

She says over the course of the leadership campaign, Liz Truss has “continually proven” how out of touch she is with the general public.

Ms Olney goes on to say that this is the same administration with a new coat of paint.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 pm  

Young people across Merton are being encouraged to voice their concerns about crime as part of a new targeted campaign.

Merton Council is once again working alongside Fearless, the dedicated arm of charity, Crimestoppers.

It helps youngsters access non-judgmental information and advice about crime and criminal activity. 

The 6-week-long initiative launched today in the borough with the aim of getting young people to come forward with their worries.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:19 pm  

A celebration of clean air is taking place in Hammersmith on Sunday.

Residents and visitors are being encouraged to ditch their cars and rent electric scooters and bikes for the event.  

The party, organised by the council, in King Street will run from 11am until 4pm.

Hammersmith and Fulham is aiming to be net zero carbon by 2030. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Police say they don’t believe the discovery of a body in Roehampton is suspicious.

On Friday, the force was called to Roehampton Lane, after human remains were found in a woodland area.

The person has been identified and efforts have been made to inform the next of kin.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Liz Truss has been confirmed as the UK's next Prime Minister after beating Rishi Sunak in the race to become Tory leader.

Liz Truss has been confirmed as the UK's next Prime Minister after beating Rishi Sunak in the race to become Tory leader.

She won just over 57% of the vote, less than many had predicted.

Afterwards she promised to 'deliver' on rising energy prices, but Labour's accused her of being 'out of touch'.

Anton McGroarty works as a chef at Hummings Café in Esher; he's hopeful she can help with surging bills.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

A person has been left with “non-life changing injuries” after a stabbing in Mitcham.

On Sunday afternoon, police were called to South Lodge Avenue.

A 47-year-old was taken to hospital.

There have been no arrests so far, and anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:05 pm  

Manchester United midfielder Christian Eriksen feels everything's falling into place under new boss Erik ten Hag

A 3-1 win over Arsenal was their fourth successive Premier League victory.

There was concern when they started the season with defeats to Brighton and his old club Brentford.

Eriksen says it naturally took time for everyone to get used to new ideas.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:46 am  

A dog owner has been fined, after two reports of the animal being “dangerously out of control” in Kew

The incidents were reported in June, and one of them resulted in an injury.

The dog must now be fitted with a muzzle, and kept in secure conditions to prevent escape.

The owner received a fine of nearly £1,000, and give around £2,500 in compensation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:18 am  

It was a weekend of decisive victories in the Surrey Cricket League

Surrey Warriors Strikers sealed their spot at the top of the table with a 123 run victory over Ottershaw.

That means Ottershaw seem to have little hope of getting off the bottom of the table this season.

Meanwhile, Spencer Sharks look set to take second place, after beating Wandsworth by 7 wickets.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:37 am  

A Breakfast Club has been launched at St Peter’s Hospital in Chertsey for members of the armed forces

Ashford and St Peter’s is one of the first NHS trusts in the country to sign up to the initiative. 

The free Breakfast Club is held from 10am to 11.30am on the last Friday of every month in the Edu-Kitchen. 

The NHS Trust says the club is its way of thanking and supporting serving military personnel, veterans and their families.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:25 am  

Today’s the final day of consultation on controversial plans for a new fast-food outlet in Staines

Plans for a new KFC in the town’s High Street have split opinion, with some campaigners claiming there are enough takeaways in the area. 

The company wants to take over a unit left empty when clothing retailer Bonmarche moved out. 

Campaigners say it’s close to branches of Nando’s and MacDonald’s. 

The consultation is taking place via Spelthorne Council’s website. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:03 am  

Sunday 4 September 2022

An 8-year-old cancer survivor from Sutton has had their comic book wish come true.

Clark Northfield met with ‘Bunny vs Monkey’ author Jamie Smart for an activities session last month, as part of ‘Make-A-Wish UK’.

Clark was 20 months old when his parents noticed a white reflection in the pupil of his left eye.

Following an ultrasound, he was later diagnosed with retinoblastoma, otherwise known as cancer of the retina and had his eye removed.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:44 pm  

More than 4,000 people have signed a petition calling on London’s Mayor to axe plans to extend the ULEZ to Sutton.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan wants to further roll out his Ultra Low Emission Zone to greater London next year.

It means some drivers will have to pay £12.50 just to take their car out, with opponents saying it’ll make the cost of living crisis worse. 

The petition can be found on the website of MP for Carshalton and Wallington, Elliot Colburn. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:51 pm  

The Transportfest is returning to the Brooklands Museum next month.

Based in Weybridge the London Bus Museum will give enthusiasts and the public a chance to view and ride buses and coaches.

For the past ten years LBM has invited owners and operators to display their buses, cars, taxis, even military vehicles. 

The event which takes place on 23rd October will also feature a Traders Market marquee which will have a array of memorabilia.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:14 pm  

The Kingston Carnival is taking place today.

Its back after a two-year hiatus following the coronavirus pandemic.

The annual event is organised by Kingston race and Equalities Council and celebrates a wide range of music, culture, and food. 

The event is running until 7pm this evening. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:39 pm  

Putney’s MP has issued a warning about the Government’s commitment to reopen Hammersmith Bridge

A pledge was included in the transport deal reached between ministers and Transport for London on Tuesday.

But Fleur Anderson has now launched a petition to keep the bridge free for all to cross.

She’s raised concerns that a time frame or budget has not been agreed and is worried Hammersmith could be turned into a toll bridge.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:39 pm  

Investigations are continuing into an alleged sewage dump in the River Wandle in Putney

Residents have been reporting “rugby sized” lumps floating over the last week.

Research by The Rivers’ Trust found raw sewage was discharged into Putney’s natural environment for a duration of 221 hours last year.

We’ve contacted Thames Water for comment.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:27 am  

Higher fares for many people travelling to and from Heathrow by tube and train come into force today

TFL is abolishing off-peak fares for journeys between the airport and zone one.

They say it’s because demand is always high.

Journeys closer to Heathrow, from stations in Hammersmith or Hounslow, for example, are unaffected.

TFL has been losing money since the pandemic and they’ve been told by the government to balance the books before next March.

The cost of a new oyster card is also rising from £5 to £7.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

Kingston Carnival is back in town today

The annual event is organised by Kingston Race and Equalities Council.

It aims to bring together different communities to experience a range of music, culture and food, in a family-friendly atmosphere.

The procession starts at noon on the High Street.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 am  

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