A fire was started at Bronzefield women's prison in Ashford on Tuesday morning (November 24). Four north Surrey fire crews attended the incident at Her Majesty's Prison and Young Offender's Institute Bronzefield at around 8.45am. The fire was put out within an hour and was believed to have been started in a bin by one of the inmates. A spokesman for Surrey Fire and Rescue Service said: "Four of our appliances attended the scene from Staines, Sunbury, Egham and Chertsey.
Prime Minister David Cameron assessed the groundwater flooding of Staines from a resident's living room during a visit to the flood-hit town this week. Member of Parliament for Spelthorne, Kwasi Kwarteng, told Get Surrey the Prime Minister’s visit to Staines was a “very practical way” to view the flooding situation . Mr Cameron visited houses on Guildford Street in Staines on Tuesday (February 11). Mr Kwarteng said: “It was really great and good to see him with residents on Guildford Street.
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Selecting a term
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