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Breaking news. 



More from today’s Heathrow Tunnel protest.






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The Government has issued a clear threat to the House of Lords that it will face calls for abolition unless peers wave through the Brexit bill.


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New data for your area has been published on Police.uk.

Here is a brief summary of the crime information for the past two months:

November 2016 December 2016
All crime 136 196
Anti-social behaviour 32 33
Bicycle theft 1 0
Burglary 16 14
Criminal damage and arson 8 22
Drugs 1 7
Other crime 3 5
Other theft 22 14
Possession of weapons 1 0
Public order 5 3
Robbery 2 0
Shoplifting 0 4
Theft from the person 0 1
Vehicle crime 17 52
Violence and sexual offences 28 41


With thanks to Emma Haslett @ CityA.M.


An appeal against the third runway has been delayed by the High Court.


The coalition of councils, including Hillingdon, Richmond, Wandsworth and Windsor, accused the government of “putting off the inevitable”.


“The government has taken a colossal gamble by delaying this court action for at least a year”, said Ravi Gothindia, leader of Wandsworth Council.


“The country is now going to waste more time developing a scheme that will never pass a simple legal test on air quality”.


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With thanks to Salina Patel @ Get West London.


Outrage as no consultation event in villages set to be wiped out.


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With thanks to Ben Riley-Smith, Assistant Political Editor @ The Telegraph.


Heathrow third runway ‘unlawful’ because locals made life choices after Tory promises, opponents claim in legal bid.


In legal documents seen by this newspaper, four Tory councils challenging the Government are arguing their residents had a “legitimate expectation” the project would not be approved. 


They have identified 19 “broken promises” made by David Cameron, Theresa May and other political figures saying the third runway would be scrapped. 


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Rebuke for Heathrow as residents warned responding to survey could see them excluded from compensation.


86-year old residents within the area earmarked for demolition have been “bombarded” with demands for information, and “harassed” by six-strong teams of door-knockers collecting information


With thanks to Colnbrook Views community website.




Hillingdon is the ‘rat capital’ of London, with Hayes&Harlington the worst affected. Take note Cllr Gardiner – you accused us of being divisive when we raised this on the Gazette letters page months ago

Data from eight councils in west London has revealed the best and worst places for rat sightings
getwestlondon.co.uk|By Alexander Ballinger


More support for Heathrow Villagers as new Hammersmith and Fulham campaign group is set up to fight Heathrow’s third runway plans.


“H&Fnothirdrunway” was formed by concerned local residents Victoria Timberlake and Christina Smyth and will hold its inaugural meeting on January 30.


The meeting takes place at Holy Innocents Church, Paddenswick Road, Hammersmith and begins at 7.30pm.




The experts admit to getting it wrong.

The Bank of England’s chief economist has admitted the Bank’s economic predictions for the UK post-Brexit were confounded by the behaviour of the British consumer.

The Bank had issued dire warnings against a vote to leave the European Union, with governor Mark Carney even saying the country could slip into recession.

Instead, the FTSE 100 closed on a record high for the sixth consecutive time on Thursday, the same day figures were released suggesting Britain was the fastest-growing of the advanced economies last year, with the services sector hitting a 17-month high.



Confirmed by the BBC ;




Updated crime figures for Heathrow Villages – December 2016

Here is a brief summary of the crime information for the past two months:

October 2016 November 2016
All crime 175 136
Anti-social behaviour 50 32
Bicycle theft 1 1
Burglary 21 16
Criminal damage and arson 9 8
Drugs 3 1
Other crime 1 3
Other theft 22 22
Possession of weapons 0 1
Public order 5 5
Robbery 1 2
Shoplifting 3 0
Theft from the person 0 0
Vehicle crime 17 17
Violence and sexual offences 42 28