go back in, it was said to be too late to save Helen Udoaka, 34, her three-week-old daughter Michelle, a n d D a y a n a Francisquini, 26, her son Filipe, three, and daughter Thais, six, who were trapped in a bathroom. The s i x t h v i c t i m , Catherine Hickman, 31, was in the flat ne x t do or. But Ron Dobson, Londons Fire Commissioner, responded to the claims by saying: I make no apol- ogy for ensuring the safety of firefighters sent to rescue people from fires, but I can confirm that crews w e r e n o t ordered back from the fire because of a burst gas main and suggestions made that firefighters couldnt rescue people because of health and safety rules are totally unacceptable. Communities Secretary John Denham yesterday told MPs he had ordered an urgent report into the fire, which is believed to have started on the towers ninth floor. Police asked for anyone who filmed or took photographs at the t i me t o g e t i n t ouch w i t h them on 020 8721 4906. 14 Wednesday, 8 July 2009 London Lite Inbrief Sugar hopefuls Facebook ban APPRENTICE candidates must sign contracts for next years show which ban them from discussing the series on Facebook and criticising Sir Alan Sugar. Leaked paperwork from makers TalkbackThames also states hopefuls must give up full control of how they are portrayed. Health risk for inferior friends KEEPING up with the Joneses could be as bad for your health as your bank balance, new Chicago University research reveals. It shows people who feel their lifestyle is inferior to that of friends and neighbours may be more likely to suffer heart disease, diabetes, ulcers and high blood pressure. Gallery show for Twiggy at 60 FORMER supermodel Twiggy is to celebrate her 60th birthday with a book and exhibition of pictures taken of her throughout her life. The book, Twiggy: A Life In Photographs, will be released in September, when the exhibition will also open at the National Portrait Gallery. LonDonS fire chief has hit back at claims that firefighters were pulled out of the Camberwell tower block for health and safety reasons during Fridays blaze which killed six people. It was reported today that rescue crews had been ordered to withdraw from the building amid fears a gas main might explode. A Fire Brigade source said crews were about to rescue the group of trapped residents on the 11th floor of the 14- storey tower when the order came. When it was finally deemed safe to by georgina littlejohn Inferno: an explosion blasts through the tower block in Camberwell, south London Danger: a firefighter at the scene on Friday Victims: Thais, six, and three-year-old Filipe H Fire chief: We did not stop rescue of the blaze flat victims LondoncommiSSionerdenieS999creWWerepuLLedouT index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html