Tuesday, 21 July 2009 London Lite Free phone Free voicemail 300 free 3-to-3 mins Free Windows Live Messenger Free Skype-to-Skype calls in the UK & to anywhere in the world The network designed & built for the Mobile Internet Inbrief Dealers 150m laundering ring POLICE on the Costa del Sol have smashed a massive money laundering operation involving a string of Bureau de Change outlets. They estimate British drug dealers laundered more than 150m through offices in the resort of Fuengirola over the past four years. Police have arrested 10 Bureau de Change owners and confiscated property. Further arrests are expected to be made. An Abbey day for Beatles fans HundrEdS of Beatles fans are to walk over the Abbey road zebra crossing to mark the 40th anniversary of the famous album cover. They will start crossing at 11.35am on 8 August, exactly four decades to the minute after the Fab Four began the photo shoot that created one of pop historys most celebrated images. The walk in St Johns Wood will be the centre of a day of celebrations. confusion over Access to speciAlist tAmiflu clinic chaos as patients snub pig flu rules opened in Tower Hamlets -- the worst affected area -- confusion is mounting over who is allowed access to it. Patients must phone their doctors before arriving at the specialist clinic, near Mile End Hospital. But many are unaware of the advice. A website and phone line, manned by non-medical staff, will be set up to take pressure off GPs by the end of the week. But patients using the Tower Hamlets centre said they are bypassing doctors. Local Ash Inam, 27, said: You call GPs and they say come after four days. So I went to a walk-in centre, and they said go to the distribution centre. A spokesman for the Department of Health said: The Government has a stockpile of antivirals sufficient to treat all those who would become ill, so private stockpiling is unnecessary. Chief medical officer Liam Donaldson said today that pregnant women and people with weakened immune systems could be advised to stay away from crowds for a few weeks should the flu reach big numbers in the autumn. It comes as the World Health Organisation today said the H1N1 virus has killed more than 700 worldwide since April, and that affected countries should consider closing schools to slow its spread. Meanwhile, London schoolboy Matthew Barnet, 14, was still in swine flu quarantine at a Beijing hospital today. Two fellow pupils from Central Foundation Boys School in Islington have been released from the hospital, while the rest of their class, at the nearby Yanxiang Hotel with another group of children, were told they were free to continue their visit to China. E Continued from Page 1 Masked: British students quarantined at Chinese hotel 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.html