A WOMAN beaten by three thugs has won a campaign to have CCTV installed at the scene of the attack. Lorretta Paterson was dragged from her BMW in Temple Fortune, Barnet, on Halloween and bashed by three youths who stole her jewellery, bag, phone, car and her dog Minnie, who was later found in Harlesden. Ms Paterson, 50, who runs a gift shop in Finchley Road, this week won her campaign against Barnet Council to make the area safer for others, after collecting a 1,000-strong petition demanding better security. THE entire network of wireless CCTV traffic cameras in central London will be shut down because of a ruling over pixellation. The cameras will be switched off for three weeks next month, raising fears that motorists will get away with parking illegally. Westminster council has been told to upgrade its 15m digital net- work after Department for Transport regulations came into force on 1 April. The council could no longer use its 100 wireless cameras to enforce parking restrictions because the broadcast images use 704 x 576 pixels rather than 720 x 576. Despite the ruling, the network -- less than a year old and making up about half the councils CCTV stock -- has still been used to moni- tor moving traffic contraventions and for community protection and city management. The cameras are in the West End, Belgravia, Trafalgar Square, Knightsbridge, Oxford Street and on central Londons main bridges. The council tried to avoid the upgrade, but appeals to the DfT were rejected and it now faces a 825,000 works bill. The cameras will be removed on 3 August. It was feared that the shut- down would last three months, but the council says the work can be done in three weeks. It wants to ensure it is able to issue an expected 736,000 parking tickets in 2009-10 and will employ extra attendants to do so. A report by Westminsters parking service warns that all archived video footage will be lost during the process, meaning video evidence of some ongoing parking appeals could disappear. REACHING the heights of fame is clearly not enough for Angelina Jolie. The actress, 34 -- partner of Fight Club star Brad Pitt -- was seen taking off in her single-engine Cirrus SR-22 at Californias Bob Hope airport yesterday. Jolie is trying to qualify for her jet licence. London Lite Friday, 10 July 2009 CCTV cover is switched off in the capital Angelina signsupfor FlightClub Attack victims safety win Camerasshutfor825kupgrade ....inaxxxxxx MostWanted This weeks fastest selling tickets... 1 Muse, The O2 (12-13 Nov) 2 Pearl Jam, The O2 (18 Aug) 3 Taylor Swift, Wembley Arena (23 Nov) 4 Backstreet Boys, The O2 (10 Nov) 5 Lady GaGa, Brixton Academy (14 Jul) 6 Green Day, The O2 (23-24 Oct) 7 Ne-Yo, The O2 (tomorrow-19 Jul) 8 Jonas Brothers, Wembley Arena (20-21 Nov) 9 La Roux, right, Scala (10 Sep) 10 U2, Wembley Stadium (14-15 Aug) Chart compiled by Seatwave Mile-high club: Jolie practises taking off by mark blunden Crusade: Ms Paterson Skys thelimit: Jolieatthe controls H 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.html40.html41.html42.html43.html