Thursday, 9 July 2009 London Lite H For the full detailed forecast for your area, call: 0905 168 0619 Calls cost 50p per minute at all times from a BT landline (Mobile costs may vary) weatherweather TONIGHT TOMORROW EUROPE c-cloudy dr-drizzle f-fair fg-fog h-hail m-mist r-rain s-sunny sl-sleet sn-snow sh-showers th-thunder Low 8-11C (46-52F) Dry with largely clear skies and little cloud. A moderate wind. AirQuality NitrogenDioxide Yesterday61ppb Forecast-Low. Calculatedonpartsperbillion.Less than150-Low,150-299-Moderate, 300+-High FineParticles Yesterday16ug/m3 Forecast-Low. Calculatedonmicrogramspercubic metre.Lessthan50-Low,50-74 -Moderate,75+-High Lights High 19-22C (66-72F) Five-day London forecast Dry with some sun. Cloudy at times. Moderate winds. TOMORROW 22 Fair SATURDAY 22 Fair SUNDAY 22 Showers MONDAY 21 Fair TUESDAY 22 Showers Tomorrow 20 20 19 20 19 22 21 20 10 9 10 9 11 10 11 10 Under 5 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-30 Over 30 Under 41 41-48 50-57 59-66 68-75 77-86 Over 86 C F 13 Edinburgh 19C c Manchester 18C f Birmingham 19C fCardiff 19C f Bergen 19C s Oslo 18C sh Riga 22C f Warsaw 21C shBerlin 19C sh Prague 19C f Munich 19C f Zurich 20C f Geneva 22C f Marseille 29C s Rome 28C s Palermo 29C sTunis 31C s Cagliari 31C s Ajaccio 26C s Barcelona 26C f Madrid 35C s Malaga 29C s Tangier 27C s Faro 27C s Lisbon 28C s Funchal 25C s Tenerife 30C s Palma 27C f Bordeaux 23C f Bonn 18C cBrussels 18C sh Paris 21C f Vienna 19C sh Budapest 22C f Sarajevo 24C f Athens 33C s Stockholm 19C sh Gothenburg 17C sh Copenhagen 18C sh Amsterdam 17C r London 22C f Penzance 18C f Belfast 18C c Dublin 18C c Sunsetand lighting-uptimes 9.15pm,rises4.56am Moonrise 10.16pm,sets6.54am TODAYONAPAGE Hopes of climate change deal fadingPHOPES of a global deal on climate change were receding today after China and India attacked the G8 for not setting interim targets to cut emissions. Gordon Brown hailed as historic an agreement last night that the worlds richest countries would cut their carbon output by 80 per cent by 2050. The Prime Minister has proposed a $100bn global fund to ease the path to a deal of helping developing countries with tackling the climate challenge. However, there is still no agreement. As US President Barack Obama tried to hammer out a deal with non-G8 nations alongside the summit today, developing countries were refusing to sign up to a pact without concrete pledges for interim 2020 cuts and more cash to help poorer countries improve energy efficiency. The scramble to get a worldwide deal comes five months before a new UN climate agreement to replace the Kyoto treaty is due to be agreed in Copenhagen. The problems over green policy came as it emerged that the G8 leaders have not agreed a concerted strategy to boost the global economy. German chancellor Angela Merkel wanted the talks to focus on an exit strategy to unwind the huge fiscal stimulus used to combat the recession. But other leaders including Mr Brown said such talk was premature when the world still faced a possible double-dip downturn.Underfire:BarackObama Obamaplanfor nuclearsummit PLEASE RECYCLE YOUR COPY OF LITE RESPONSIBLY FirstladiesofstyleattheG8summit ...Maliassign CND CAMPAIGNErS said today they were delighted the Presidents 11-year-old daughter Malia was pictured endorsing the Ban The Bomb campaign. She was snapped leaving a rome ice cream parlour wearing a T-shirt with the instantly recognisable symbol. PBArACK OBAMA is to call a summit on nuclear security in Washington next March. The US president revealed the initiative as G8 leaders at the summit in Italy issued a statement reaffirming they were deeply concerned by Irans nuclear programme. Mr Obama and his fellow leaders also condemned North Koreas recent nuclear test and missile launches. The G8 -- Britain, the US, Germany, France, Italy, Canada, Japan and russia -- also warned Iran that arrests of foreigners and journalists were unacceptable in the wake of the unrest which followed last months disputed presidential elections. They dont let me take it to dinner. It can be an addiction -- Actress PenelOPe CrUz, right, sAys her fAmily And pAls bAn her blAckberry becAuse she is AlwAys using it The guards call her Bambi. Maybe its got something to do with her big eyes and her innocence -- AmAndA knoxs mother edda reveAls the prison nicknAme for her dAughter, on triAl in itAly for the murder of student meredith kercher Ive noticed how people tend to back away when I sneeze -- hArry potter stAr rUPert Grint After recovering from A bout of swine flu diStriBUtiOn HelPline: If you have any comments about the distribution of London Lite, ring 020 7651 5276, or email On the Tube JOURNEY PLANNER For the easiest way to get around london visit uk and click on Journey Planner london travel information call 020 7222 1234 24-hours textphone 020 7918 3015 travel alerts receive free real-time travel info on your mobile or email, subscribe at uk/travelalerts for more information on oyster, visit lU Customer services for inquiries, call 0845 330 9880 between 8am and 8pm daily Congestion charging for payment details call 0845 900 1234 or visit cclondon. com london travelwatch call 020 7505 9000 or visit londontravel Roadwatch Woolwich Ferry: one boat service, expect delays. Hampton Court road, east Molesey: delays expected for hampton court flower show. dalston lane, Hackney: closures and diversions at junction of graham road. Victoria embankment, Holborn: restrictions between northumberland Avenue and temple place. York road, Bermondsey: lane closure northbound between Addington street and chicheley street. Victoria: various restrictions on all approach roads to stations for upgrade works. Kennington lane, Kennington: temporary lights between durham street and farnham royal. By using mobile services in Lite you may receive occasional SMS/email messages from Lite and other DMGT Plc companies. You will not be charged for these messages and may opt out by texting STOP to the originating number. QUOTESOFTHEDAY THE FAR SIDE BY GarY larSOn FinSBUrY ParK StatiOn: ticket office closed until friday, 17 July. WanStead StatiOn: closed until sunday, 30 August. HeatHrOW terMinalS 1,2,3: reduced escalator service. BanK/MOnUMent StatiOnS: limited interchange. tHree of the G8 summits most glamorous women show their style on a rome visit. Michelle Obama, left, chose canary yellow. Swedish premiers wife Filippa reinfeldt, centre, and Mara Carfagna, an italian minister and ex-topless model, wore black. 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