Denty and his brother Clifford, who was paralysed in a shooting, ran a major drug ring. They feared Cliffords carer, Curtis Smith, might report them to the police. Denty, of Southwark, was convicted of murder last month for shooting Smith in the back of the head in a Limehouse nightclub. The judge said the evidence against Denty was overwhelming, and described Mr Smith as an innocent man. minimum term of 35 years but told Denty: You are an immensely dangerous individual -- any decision to allow your release after 35 years will be a heavy responsibility. Behind his job as a carer, A CARER for the handicapped who gunned down his disabled brothers carer with a Mach-10 machinegun was jailed for life at the Old Bailey today and told he may never be released. Andrew Denty, 30, was described by Judge Richard Hone as a cold-blooded, arrogant and remorseless killer who carried out a public execution. The judge imposed a ings of 2007. There was a 322 per cent rise in the number of black people searched and 277 per cent for Asians, compared with a 185 per cent rise for white people. London Lite Friday, 17 July 2009 ADVERTISEMENT Union 88-90 George Street Marylebone London W1U 8PA WIND your way down Baker Street, turn on to George Street and youll find Union, almost hidden away and looking somewhat unassuming. Dont let appearances fool you - this funky gastro bar offers great food, an excellent drinks menu and friendly, attentive service in a relaxed atmosphere. The welcoming venue is tastefully decorated and the jewel in its crown is undoubtedly the pool table downstairs in the basement. Play a few games while sipping on Savanna! Already popular with the young professional crowd, Union is perfect for after work drinks and business lunches. Dont underestimate its great roasts and brunches on weekends either. www.theyoungvictoria.co.uk 2008 GK Films, LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. BushBritsells storyfor25k Carer jailed for nightclub machine-gun execution BUSH survivor Jamie Neale has signed an Australian TV deal for his story worth 25,000. The gap year student, 19, from Muswell Hill, north London, today left hospital in the Blue Mountains in New South Wales where he has made a rapid recovery. He was rescued on Wednesday after 12 days lost in the outback and says he will donate the cash to his rescuers. by GeorGina littlejohn Deadly:Denty, nearright,and CurtisSmith High-risk locations: an officer searches a commuter Drinktonight ...inVauxhall Royal Vauxhall TaVeRn Vauxhall is emerging as a new nightlife hotspot, with superclubs towards the river and interesting things in the areas pubs. Not least here at the RVT, especially with any number of comedy and cabaret events to look forward to in their august festival. Glass of house white is 3.50. 372 Kennington Lane, SW11 (020 7820 1222) Chris Beanland FiRe FoR ages this was known as much as a gay pick-up joint as anything else. Dont get us wrong, you can still find sharp- dressed boys on a mission there -- but theyre widening the remit, too. No less than Ibiza superclub Space is dropping in for what promises to be a night of unbridled party joy on Saturday 25 July. a bottle of lager costs 3.40. 39 Parry St, SW8 (020 7582 9890) Met cuts back on anti-terror stop-searchesTHE Met is to curb its use of anti-terrorist stop-and-search powers in an attempt to address concerns police have been using them on too many innocent Londoners. From Monday, the force will only carry out the searches around high-risk loca- tions such as prominent buildings or crowded places that could be vulnerable to attack. The new strategy ends previous blanket use of the searches introduced under Section 44 of the Terrorism Act of 2000. Unlike any other search power, it allows officers to frisk people even if they have no grounds for suspicion. The Met said the Section 44 search powers were still seen as an important means of preventing possible attacks, but a more targeted approach was being adopted. A spokesman said: They will be used in sites of key strategic impor- tance and crowded places, rather than across whole boroughs. We have listened to what communities have said. More than 150,000 Section 44 searches have been carried out in London since October 2007. The Governments anti- terror law watchdog, Lord Carlile of Berriew, said the searches should be used only when genuinely justified by a clear risk of terrorism. Politicians and community leaders had said the powers were being used excessively, particularly on ethnic minority groups. Ministry of Justice figures revealed a sharp rise in the number the searches since the failed Haymarket and Glasgow bomb- 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