This is Insanity Radio, its Thursday the 24th November

  • Surrey County Council are facing the High Court in a recycling battle.
  • The council imposed charges for the dumping of non-household waste at recycling centres.
  • Facing these charges Surrey residents could take the council to the High Court as they may be illegal.

Elsewhere in Surrey

  • In Frimley, a man has been found guilty of eight counts of child rape and seven counts of child cruelty.
  • After a four week trial at Guilford Crown Court Dean Stuart Talbot-Bailey, 45, has been jailed for 32 years following a multitude of crimes.

In national news

  • Thomas Mair has been jailed for life for murdering MP Jo Cox.
  • Described as an act of terror, Mair shot and stabbed the Labour MP in a violent attack in June before the EU referendum vote.
  • The 53 year old shouted ‘Britain First’ during the attack and Nazi material was found in his home. He has been jailed for life.

In Royal Holloway news

  • The university is currently in talks with The Monkey’s Forehead following the announcement that the pub will be closing in December.
  • The lease for the establishment is becoming available in January 2017 – RHUL is currently discussing purchasing the lease.

In Royal Holloway Sports News

  • The women’s 1st football beat Kingston’s 1st team yesterday 8-0 and are now through to the quarter finals

Finally, today’s weather will see it

  • Cloudy with spots of rain clearing this afternoon with highs of 11 degrees and lows of 6.
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