London Lite Tuesday, 28 July 2009 gatwickairport.com Subjecttotermsandconditionswhichcanbefoundonwww.gatwickairport.com doc wants cops to arrest him as right-to-die martyr Formergppaid forapatient to commit suicide Defoethreatenstosuepolicefor five-hour ordeal in station cell Fire!callthe999robots casual cannabis risks psychosis OCCASIONAL cannabis users risk mental illness as much as those with a long-term habit, research has found. Scientists at Kings College London say healthy subjects had an acute psychotic reaction to THC, the drugs main chemical. 10k ofdesigner fakesareseized MORE than 10,000 of fake designer goods have been seized from a market in Harrow. Trading standards officers found copies of watches and handbags from Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Rolex. Three men are being questioned over fraud. BOMB detonation robots deployed by the Army in Afghanistan will put out fires in London. Three robots are available from today, using high-pressure hoses and thermal-imaging cameras. The firebots have been adapted to deal with blazes too dangerous for firefighters. QinetiQ, the operating firm, says the robots can be ferried anywhere within the M25 in three hours. which has resisted attempts for assisted suicide to become legal in the UK. It comes as Britains highest court prepares to rule this Thursday on the rights of relatives to travel to the Dignitas clinic in Zurich to help termi- nally ill patients die. At least 115 Britons have killed them- selves at the Swiss clinic, watched by friends and family. It is not thought that anyone has been prosecuted. Dr Irwin, from Surrey, is being inves- tigated over the death of Mr Cutkelvin, 58, from Hackney, who killed himself at the Dignitas clinic in 2007. Scotland Yard confirmed that officers will interview the GP this Friday. He said he intended to hand over details of his involvement in the case. He will also give police his diary, which provides full details of the trip to the Zurich clinic. He also said he intends to help a man in his eighties end his life at the clinic in the next six months. Last week, police arrested Mr Cutkelvins partner of 28 years, Alan Cutkelvin Rees, 57, who accompanied his terminally ill lover and Dr Irwin to the Dignitas clinic. He was taken in for questioning after he revealed he had watched Mr Cutkelvin die. Officers released him on police bail until September. Dr Irwin has twice before been investigated over his alleged involvement in helping Britons to die abroad. by felix allen Plea: Dr Irwin wants to be prosecuted SPURS and England football star Jermain Defoe will meet lawyers as soon as he returns from Tottenhams tour of Asia to discuss suing police who falsely imprisoned him, his solicitor said today. The striker is extremely upset after being wrongly locked in a cell overnight on suspicion of driving while disqualified, even though he has appealed his conviction. Defoe, 26, was stopped driving in Essex in the early hours of yesterday and not released until after 9am, as a result of a computer records error. He almost missed his flight to China with the Spurs squad. His lawyer Nick Freeman has told the star he has a strong case. He said: Mr Defoe is staying professional and dignified but hes extremely upset. As soon as he comes back next week we will discuss how to take this forward. On the face of it, it was clearly wrongful arrest and false imprisonment. Upset: star Defoe A DOCTOR who helped to pay for a London businessman to commit suicide today called on police to arrest him. Michael Irwin, 77, said he wants to become a martyr to highlight the plight of those who face 14 years in jail for helping a relative kill themselves. The retired GP says he has evidence for the police that includes a cheque book counterfoil showing he paid 1,500 towards the cost of funding Raymond Cutkelvins death. Such a payment is a criminal offence under British law. Ive done this before and I would do it again if someone is terminally ill, he said. Its so wrong that people have to travel abroad to die. I say to the police: arrest me. Dr Irwins bid to be prosecuted will increase pressure on the Government, Furore: Mr Cutkelvin, left, with Alan Rees Firebot: used in battle 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