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CITYMATTERS.LONDON<br />

News <strong>Matters</strong><br />

Reframe the Night<br />

campaign launched<br />

RESIDENTS, visitors and late-night<br />

businesses in the <strong>City</strong> of London and<br />

Hackney are being encouraged to “Reframe<br />

the Night” as part of a collaborative poster<br />

and social media campaign to prevent<br />

harassment on nights out during the festive<br />

season.<br />

The Reframe the Night campaign, led by<br />

the <strong>City</strong> of London Corporation, Hackney<br />

Council and Good Night Out, challenges<br />

some of the common myths about<br />

harassment in night-time spaces.<br />

The scheme sees posters displayed in<br />

pubs, clubs, bars, and cafés, promoting<br />

a safer and more inclusive night-time<br />

environment, and including information<br />

on how to report harassment and to seek<br />

support if you have been affected.<br />

Good Night Out, an independent<br />

organisation which works with bars,<br />

clubs and student unions to help them<br />

better understand and respond to sexual<br />

harassment in their venues, has developed<br />

the messaging - drawing from their<br />

extensive research and experience in<br />

tackling sexual harassment in night-time<br />

spaces.<br />

In one example, the messaging ensures<br />

the onus is on the perpetrator and tackles<br />

the damage culture of victim-blaming.<br />

Alongside the campaign, training has<br />

been funded through the Late-Night Levy to<br />

be delivered by Good Night Out Campaign.<br />

It will be offered to licensed venues signed<br />

up to the <strong>City</strong> Corporation’s Safety Thirst<br />

Scheme and will run in February 2020,<br />

raising awareness of how licensed venues<br />

should respond to sexual harassment, and<br />

ensuring victims receive appropriate care<br />

and support.<br />

“ISSUE PROBABLY OCCUPYING MOST AIRTIME TO FORCE”<br />

Audit report critical of<br />

custody suite delays<br />

“A HUGELY critical” audit found that an<br />

appraisal of a suitable site for a new specialist<br />

police custody suite and accommodation<br />

costing £30million to £45m failed to realise it<br />

did not meet strict government requirements<br />

and saw projected costs soar to £139m, writes<br />

Julia Gregory, Local Democracy Reporter.<br />

The hunt by the <strong>City</strong> of London Corporation<br />

and the police force for possible new sites in<br />

the <strong>City</strong> started back in 2012.<br />

They looked at using space at Guildhall<br />

Yard East, where the police force has a base,<br />

Walbrook Wharf and the police HQ at Wood<br />

Street.<br />

Investing<br />

It was estimated to cost £30m to £45m and<br />

would have been partly funded by selling off<br />

the former police hostel at Bernard Morgan<br />

House, Bishopsgate and Snow Hill.<br />

Other options included investing in the<br />

existing custody suites.<br />

Eventually by 2015 estimated costs soared<br />

to £139m before a decision was made to build<br />

a combined court and custody suite at Fleet<br />

Street.<br />

The police force is independently funded<br />

and regulated by the Home Office.<br />

The <strong>City</strong> of London’s performance and<br />

management committee of the Police<br />

Authority Board considered the saga at their<br />

meeting on Friday (Nov 15).<br />

Lay member Kenneth Ludlam said: “It’s<br />

been a major failure in project management so<br />

far and the corporation and police and could<br />

have wasted money all along the line. It seems<br />

to me that we need to keep the pressure on it.”<br />

Acting commander Dave Evans said the<br />

issue “is probably occupying most airtime<br />

to the force.” But he said the current custody<br />

accommodation was “not fit for purpose”<br />

External consultants were paid £43,000 to<br />

look at the options in 2012. Two years later a<br />

£2.4m contract was given to create a specialist<br />

design team to draw up designs for the options.<br />

However, an internal audit for the <strong>City</strong><br />

of London Police and the Police Authority<br />

published this month, said “the <strong>City</strong> Police<br />

failed to provide robust challenge to the<br />

options pursued” in the police accommodation<br />

programme.<br />

It said a tender document drawn up in<br />

2014 “failed to set of (sic) the <strong>City</strong>’s detailed<br />

requirements in relation to producing detailed<br />

designs for the police accommodation<br />

programme.”<br />

And the internal audit report highlighted<br />

a failure to take into account “the<br />

security requirements required for the<br />

accommodation.”<br />

It pointed out that the proposed sites “are<br />

on main thoroughfares which make them<br />

vulnerable to terrorist attacks and impossible<br />

to secure the perimeter.”<br />

The report said there was “no evidence that<br />

consideration was given to obvious security<br />

issues prior to committing resources to this<br />

option.” However, it said the <strong>City</strong> of London<br />

Police force had looked at the security issue<br />

“and did not consider that they posed a major<br />

obstacle”.<br />

But the report said that the proposed site at<br />

Walbrook Wharf in Upper Thames Street did<br />

not meet Home Office criteria which bans<br />

custody suites close to rivers or bridges “due<br />

to suicide”.<br />

The internal audit concluded that if more<br />

money was spent on “more robust feasibility<br />

studies” Walbrook Wharf would have been<br />

ruled out sooner.<br />

By 2015 the <strong>City</strong> Surveyor’s department<br />

drew up options for refurbishing Guildhall<br />

Yard East and building a new tower and filling<br />

in the courtyard at police HQ at Wood Street<br />

– a scheme which got the green light from<br />

councillors.<br />

Disposing<br />

It was estimated it was likely to cost £95m<br />

but would be partly funded by £65m from<br />

disposing of buildings.<br />

However the report said there was a problem<br />

at the Grade II listed Wood Street site,<br />

which did not have “the requisite bomb blast<br />

resistance in the event of a terror attack” which<br />

should have ruled it out.<br />

By October 2017 costs had increased to<br />

£139m – less £71m expected from selling<br />

assets.<br />

Finally a feasibility study was done for the<br />

new build at Fleet Street. This £278m project –<br />

less £97m for selling off police assets – sees the<br />

<strong>City</strong> and Police join forces with the Courts and<br />

Tribunals Service for a purpose built court and<br />

custody suites.<br />

Drug dealer caught with £10k<br />

of crystal meth behind bars<br />

A DEALER caught with over £10,000 worth of<br />

drugs commonly supplied for the purposes of<br />

chemsex, has been jailed.<br />

Dariusz Jakubik, 39, of Felixstowe Court,<br />

London (E16), pleaded guilty to 17 charges<br />

of drug possession, including with intent to<br />

supply, and one charge of possession of criminal<br />

property.<br />

He was sentenced to nine years in prison on<br />

29 November at Blackfriars Crown Court.<br />

On 24 April 2017, Jakubik’s vehicle was<br />

stopped and searched by police in the <strong>City</strong> of<br />

London.<br />

A holdall bag was found on the rear passenger<br />

seat of the vehicle containing large quantities of<br />

class A, B and C drugs.<br />

This included MDMA, crystal meth, cocaine,<br />

ketamine and GBL. These drugs are often sold<br />

together for the purposes of chemsex.<br />

Also recovered from the holdall were<br />

diazepam tablets and Viagra, again, often<br />

supplied within the chemsex scene. Other drugs<br />

in Jakubik’s possession, which were prepared<br />

and packaged for onward supply, included<br />

cocaine, cannabis and speed.<br />

Drug experts have estimated the total street<br />

value of the drugs found in Jakubik’s vehicle to<br />

be up to £13,665.<br />

Jakubik was arrested on suspicion of<br />

possession with intent to supply a class A drugs<br />

and later released on bail.<br />

On 28 February 2019, while on bail, officers<br />

from the Metropolitan Police executed a search<br />

warrant at Jakubik’s home in Islington. A<br />

large quantity of class A, B and C drugs were<br />

found in the property alongside other drug<br />

paraphernalia. Officers also found a large<br />

amount of cash in Jakubik’s car.<br />

He was arrested on suspicion of possession<br />

with intent to supply and taken into custody<br />

before being charged in March.<br />

An investigation also found Whatsapp<br />

messages on Jakubik’s phone offering to supply<br />

drugs and deliver them to addresses across<br />

London.<br />

Detective Oliver Gent, from the <strong>City</strong> of<br />

London Police, said: “The <strong>City</strong> of London Police<br />

will not tolerate the sale of drugs. Our officers<br />

will not hesitate to stop and search those acting<br />

suspiciously in the Square Mile to prevent such<br />

crimes from occurring.<br />

“The drugs that were being supplied by<br />

Jakubik are extremely dangerous and in some<br />

cases lethal. The public should feel reassured<br />

that such a large quantity of these drugs are now<br />

off our streets.”


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CITYMATTERS.LONDON<br />

Christmas magic at<br />

Leadenhall this December<br />

Live music, daily ‘snow’ flurries and<br />

on Saturday 21st a Harry Potter<br />

festive celebration!<br />

For full details visit www.leadenhallmarket.co.uk


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Your weekly puzzle challenge<br />

CROSS CODE<br />

2 8 1 19 7 20 15 24 8<br />

23 20 24 14 14 17 11 15 14 19<br />

15 18 20 5 22 14 16 20 19<br />

23 14 23 24 5 11 18 1 6 24<br />

13 5 16 1 17 12 16 15 1<br />

25 20 1 11 20 15 22 1 15 15 14 11<br />

10 24 15 12 12 12<br />

1 11 11 1 22 3 7 5 14 21 20 24<br />

8 12 6 12 3 20 24 20 4<br />

12 25 22 26 3 25 20 19 7 6<br />

14 14 22 13 5 12 24 11 14<br />

9 13 12 11 6 1 22 5 1 16<br />

24 24 9 13 20 5 22 26 19<br />

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ<br />

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10<br />

14 15 16 17 18 19<br />

Each number in our Cross Code grid represents a different letter<br />

of the alphabet. You have three letters in the control grid to start<br />

you off. Enter them in the appropriate squares in the main grid,<br />

then use your knowledge of words to work out which letters<br />

should go in the missing squares.<br />

As you get the letters, fill in other squares with the same number<br />

in the main grid and control grid. Check off the alphabetical list of<br />

letters as you identify them.<br />

MAGIC SQUARE<br />

MOVE OVER TALL RAMP<br />

Using all 16 letters of the phrase above, form<br />

four words each of four letters which will fit in the<br />

grid to form a magic square in which the words<br />

can be read both horizontally and vertically.<br />

SUDOKU<br />

Easy<br />

20 21 22 23<br />

E<br />

4 6 8 1<br />

7 3 1 8<br />

8 5 3<br />

8 7<br />

9 6 4 2<br />

4 3 9 6<br />

9 4 3 1 2<br />

7 4<br />

5 8 4 3<br />

11 12 13<br />

T<br />

24 25 26<br />

S<br />

NONAGRAM<br />

A R K<br />

E B H<br />

D A N<br />

How many words of four<br />

letters or more can you<br />

make from this<br />

Nonagram? Each word<br />

must use the central letter,<br />

and each letter may be<br />

used only once. At least<br />

one word using all nine<br />

letters can be found.<br />

Guidelines:<br />

22 Good; 26 Very Good;<br />

30 Excellent.<br />

Any word found in the Concise<br />

Oxford Dictionary (Tenth Edition) is<br />

eligible with the following<br />

exceptions: proper nouns; plural<br />

nouns, pronouns and possessives;<br />

third person singular verbs;<br />

hyphenated words; contractions<br />

and abbreviations; vulgar slang<br />

words; variant spellings of the<br />

same word (where another variant<br />

is also eligible).<br />

Each row and each column must contain the numbers 1 to 9, and so must each 3 x 3 box.<br />

Quiz Challenge<br />

1. The mining engineer Peter<br />

Nissen is most famous for<br />

which invention?<br />

2. Comedian Sarah Millican was<br />

born In which coastal town?<br />

3. In which war did the volunteers<br />

known as the International<br />

Brigade sign up to fight<br />

Fascism?<br />

4. To which bird family does the<br />

jackdaw belong?<br />

5. What is the cricketing term for<br />

a ball pitched to land under the<br />

bat?<br />

WORD PYRAMID<br />

Spell out a 15-letter word or<br />

phrase by moving from one<br />

chamber to another within<br />

the pyramid. You may<br />

only enter each of the<br />

chambers once and<br />

may only proceed<br />

through openings<br />

in the walls. The<br />

first letter may<br />

appear in any<br />

chamber.<br />

FIVE ALIVE<br />

9 1<br />

8 2<br />

5 8 4 7<br />

8 1 3 6<br />

9 3<br />

2 1<br />

5<br />

7 4 3 5 9<br />

2 7 5<br />

6. What name is given to the<br />

Scottish exams equivalent to<br />

English A-levels?<br />

7. What was a bayadère, as seen<br />

in the ballet La Bayadère?<br />

8. In which TV show has Ian<br />

Hislop appeared in every<br />

episode?<br />

9. Which island is separated from<br />

mainland England by the<br />

Solent and Spithead?<br />

10. Which supermarket empire<br />

began as a market stall in<br />

London’s East End run by Jack<br />

Cohen?<br />

SE TP LH IA YC<br />

UN OI AE<br />

NC OU CK EO DA<br />

KU EA SR<br />

IS PN DL UI ET<br />

Hard<br />

B<br />

R<br />

O<br />

Y K O<br />

O C O H<br />

K O R B Y<br />

Here are two<br />

miniature fivesquare<br />

crosswords<br />

using the same<br />

grid – but the<br />

letters have<br />

been mixed up.<br />

You have to<br />

work out which<br />

letters belong<br />

to which<br />

crossword.<br />

EQUALISER<br />

7 6<br />

6 2 1<br />

5 3<br />

6 4 4<br />

4 4<br />

Place the four signs (add,<br />

subtract, multiply, divide)<br />

one in each circle so that<br />

the total of each across<br />

and down line is the same.<br />

Perform the first calculation in each<br />

line first and ignore the mathematical<br />

law which says you should always<br />

perform division and multiplication<br />

before addition and subtraction.<br />

This puzzle page is supplied by<br />

Sirius Media Services Ltd.<br />

To try our new puzzle,<br />

Zygolex, go to<br />

www.zygolex.com<br />

© Sirius Media Services Ltd<br />

CRYPTIC CROSSWORD<br />

1<br />

8<br />

9<br />

11<br />

16<br />

20<br />

22<br />

10<br />

ACROSS<br />

2<br />

12<br />

11<br />

17<br />

21<br />

1. One with constructive<br />

ideas (9)<br />

6. Quantity of money backed<br />

first three musicians (3)<br />

8. Private hospital fixed up on<br />

a return journey? (8,5)<br />

9. Speaker takes a stand on<br />

this (5)<br />

10. Band will move round the<br />

square (7)<br />

11. Concerned with history of<br />

meal (6)<br />

13. Among maids performing<br />

before tea, say (6)<br />

16. Organised parties with<br />

foreign currency (7)<br />

18. Nurse right in fashion (5)<br />

20. Said the cape was not in<br />

first with frankness (13)<br />

22. Service return from a great<br />

distance (3)<br />

23. Providing a coat of 12<br />

Down (9)<br />

1<br />

8<br />

12<br />

18<br />

26<br />

29<br />

21<br />

2<br />

16<br />

19<br />

13<br />

3<br />

17<br />

23<br />

3<br />

11<br />

20<br />

28<br />

15<br />

9<br />

4<br />

10<br />

15<br />

QUICK CROSSWORD<br />

21 25<br />

13<br />

13<br />

16<br />

DOWN<br />

5<br />

14<br />

18<br />

6<br />

19<br />

7<br />

21<br />

1. Be quiet under a tree (3)<br />

2. Arrived with nothing but a<br />

small gem (5)<br />

3. Where fashionable patients<br />

go? (7)<br />

4. May leave broken machinery<br />

to improve the quality (6)<br />

5. Tribe wandering through<br />

Rome (5)<br />

6. Mean to have left one in the<br />

group (7)<br />

7. Negotiated about time, it was<br />

thought (9)<br />

9. Cannot be made light of (9)<br />

12. Dressing to cover the<br />

wall (7)<br />

14. Meet in a new show (7)<br />

15. Involuntary movement in a<br />

short coat (6)<br />

17. Come to the point but only<br />

gradually (5)<br />

19. Resin some of the clientele<br />

misused (5)<br />

21. Most of the pudding will go<br />

down (3)<br />

4<br />

8<br />

10<br />

14<br />

17<br />

22<br />

22<br />

27<br />

30<br />

5<br />

23<br />

15<br />

6<br />

24 26<br />

7<br />

25<br />

SOLUTIONS<br />

31<br />

32<br />

NONAGRAM:<br />

abed; abrade; baaed; bade; bake;<br />

baked; baker; band; bander; bandh;<br />

bane; bank; banked; banker; bard;<br />

bare; bared; bark; barked; barn;<br />

bead; beak; bean; bear; beard; bend;<br />

berk; brad; brae; brake; braked; bran;<br />

brand; brane; bread; break; bred;<br />

debar; debark; drab; HANDBRAKE;<br />

herb; kerb.<br />

Across – Splay; Cocoa; Split.<br />

Down – Sucks; Local; Yeast.<br />

Across – Ethic; Nuked; Indue.<br />

Down – Ennui; Hiked; Cadre.<br />

(2)<br />

FIVE ALIVE:<br />

(1)<br />

QUICK CROSSWORD:<br />

Across – 1 Damask; 4 Stream; 8 Senior; 10 Litter; 11 Papal; 12<br />

Grocer; 14 Cereal; 16 Wade; 17 Edam; 19 Cost; 22 Step; 26 Creepy;<br />

27 Arnica; 28 Arena; 29 Allure; 30 Supine; 31 Larder; 32 Manger.<br />

Down – 1 Design; 2 Minnow; 3 Sloped; 5 Toiled; 6 Esteem; 7<br />

Morale; 9 Rare; 10 Lace; 13 Canoe; 15 Raven; 18 Scrawl; 19 Cellar;<br />

20 Sparse; 21 Tyre; 22 Sans; 23 Trauma; 24 Piping; 25 Career.<br />

CRYPTIC CROSSWORD:<br />

Across – 1 Architect; 6 Sum; 8 Homeward bound; 9 Floor; 10<br />

Circlet; 11 Repast; 13 Amidst; 16 Piastre; 18 Trend; 20<br />

Outspokenness; 22 Far; 23 Rendering.<br />

Down – 1 Ash; 2 Cameo; 3 Inwards; 4 Enrich; 5 Tiber; 6 Squalid;<br />

7 Meditated; 9 Fireproof; 12 Plaster; 14 Matinee; 15 Jerkin; 17<br />

Taper; 19 Elemi; 21 Sag.<br />

H<br />

U<br />

EQUALISER:<br />

Clockwise from top<br />

left – add; divide;<br />

multiply; subtract.<br />

Total: 8.<br />

WORD PYRAMID:<br />

By hook or by crook.<br />

MAGIC SQUARE:<br />

prom; rave; oval;<br />

melt.<br />

26<br />

13<br />

N<br />

I<br />

25<br />

12<br />

S<br />

T<br />

24<br />

11<br />

P<br />

J<br />

23<br />

10<br />

2 7 9 1 5 6 8 4 3<br />

3 1 4 9 8 7 5 2 6<br />

5 8 6 4 2 3 9 1 7<br />

8 9 1 3 6 2 4 7 5<br />

4 5 2 7 9 1 3 6 8<br />

6 3 7 5 4 8 2 9 1<br />

9 6 5 8 7 4 1 3 2<br />

7 4 3 2 1 5 6 8 9<br />

1 2 8 6 3 9 7 5 4<br />

C<br />

Q<br />

22<br />

9<br />

V<br />

B<br />

21<br />

8<br />

E<br />

G<br />

20<br />

7<br />

D<br />

Y<br />

19<br />

6<br />

W<br />

L<br />

18<br />

5<br />

2 4 9 6 3 8 1 7 5<br />

7 6 3 1 9 5 4 2 8<br />

8 5 1 4 7 2 3 6 9<br />

5 2 8 9 6 3 7 4 1<br />

1 9 6 5 4 7 2 8 3<br />

4 3 7 8 2 1 5 9 6<br />

9 7 4 3 5 6 8 1 2<br />

3 8 2 7 1 9 6 5 4<br />

6 1 5 2 8 4 9 3 7<br />

EASY SUDOKU HARD SUDOKU<br />

X<br />

F<br />

17<br />

4<br />

M<br />

K<br />

16<br />

R<br />

Z<br />

15<br />

O<br />

A<br />

14<br />

CROSS CODE<br />

1 2 3<br />

QUIZ CHALLENGE: 1 The Nissen hut; 2 South Shields; 3 The Spanish Civil War; 4 The crow family; 5 A yorker; 6 Highers; 7 A Hindu dancing<br />

girl; 8 Have I Got News For You; 9 The Isle of Wight; 10 Tesco.<br />

ACROSS<br />

1. Patterned linen (6)<br />

4. Brook (6)<br />

8. Elder (6)<br />

10. Rubbish (6)<br />

11. Of the pope (5)<br />

12. Food supplier (6)<br />

14. Edible grain (6)<br />

16. Walk through<br />

water (4)<br />

17. Dutch cheese (4)<br />

19. Price (4)<br />

22. Pace (4)<br />

26. Scary (6)<br />

27. Medicinal plant (6)<br />

28. Stadium (5)<br />

29. Charm (6)<br />

30. Lying face<br />

upward (6)<br />

31. Pantry (6)<br />

32. Stable place (6)<br />

DOWN<br />

1. Scheme (6)<br />

2. Small fish (6)<br />

3. Inclined (6)<br />

5. Laboured (6)<br />

6. Regard (6)<br />

7. Team spirit (6)<br />

9. Uncommon (4)<br />

10. Shoe fastener (4)<br />

13. Small boat (5)<br />

15. Large bird (5)<br />

18. Write untidily (6)<br />

19. Wine store (6)<br />

20. Thinly spread (6)<br />

21. Wheel<br />

covering (4)<br />

22. Without (4)<br />

23. Emotional<br />

shock (6)<br />

24. Upholstery<br />

trim (6)<br />

25. Vocation (6)


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