London Lite Wednesday, 29 July 2009 Fast talkAn instant interviewwith... DaviD Boreanaz the 40-year-old star of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off Angel lives in LA with wife Jaime Bergman and son Jaden Rayne. Boreanaz is now in the police drama series Bones on thursday at 9pm on Sky 1. London or New York? London is fabulous, but New York has an amazing energy, its the best city in the world. Im a Yankees fan too. Champagne or sparkling water? Champagne -- come on, why not? Everyone in London drinks champagne and women seem to love it. Bubbles, yeah! Buffy or Angel? Angel was my show, so its special to me. The Sopranos or West Wing? It has to be The Sopranos. Im Italian on my fathers side. I love to cook and I love the lifestyle. McDonalds or sushi? McDonalds? No way. Sushi, every time. Angelina Jolie or Jennifer Aniston? Angelina is one classy dame. Theres only one other girl that can beat her and thats Charlize Theron. Now she makes me go weak at the knees. Glastonbury or Wimbledon? What is Glastonbury? I like tennis, but I love music more. Im into Led Zeppelin and the Rolling Stones. Adele, she has an awesome voice. Sarah Michelle Gellar (left) or Bones co- star Emily Deschanel? They represent different but amazing times in my life. Theyre both charming. Blonde or brunette? Blonde. My wifes blonde. Julie Cross Yard lifts ban onunionFlag badge after cops revolt by georginA littlejohn The head of Scotland Yard today lifted a ban on his officers wearing Union Flag badges in support of British troops. Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson stepped into a row over the blanket ruling that stopped officers wearing any kind of tie-pin badge. Chiefs had ordered that the one-inch emblems be removed after complaints they were offending the public. But about 70 junior officers, many of whom have been in the services or have rela- tives fighting in Afghanistan, were said to be in open revolt. An online petition was launched on the Downing Street website demanding the ban be revoked. The badges cost 1 and are sold to raise funds for the charities help For heroes and the Royal British Legion. The row started last month when 200 officers at heathrow were told that the badges were in breach of the Mets dress code. The order was believed to have come after a member of the public com- plained the symbol was offensive. Despite warnings of disciplinary action, many officers ignored the direc- tive. Peter Smyth, of the Metropolitan Police Federation, which represents rank-and-file officers, said staff in the royalty and diplomatic protection group, the CO19 firearms squad and dog units had joined the revolt. In a statement on the Met Police Federation website, Mr Smyth said: The decision to forbid police officers showing support for those who are fighting for their country is nothing less than shame- ful. These orders are legal and must be obeyed. They are, however, also completely crass. A spokesman for Sir Paul said he felt the ban should be overturned because of exceptional circumstances. Fury: police officers were defying the ban and wearing the badge, left, to support British troops NURSERIES and schools have been ordered not to let children share cuddly toys in an attempt to try to contain the spread of swine flu. The Department for Children, Schools and Families says communal teddy bears and soft dolls cannot be cleaned properly and should be removed. It also advises against school assemblies and children sharing crayons and colouring pencils. The guidelines say: Encourage the cleaning of hands and objects when passing round objects like musical instruments or toys... Do not allow children to share wind instruments. Nick Seaton, from the Campaign for Real Education, said: I would have thought that watching out for coughing and sneezing and wiping surfaces was much more sensible than taking soft toys off young children. Meanwhile, the Department of Health is looking into reports that fraudsters are cheating the NHS swine flu website to obtain Tamiflu to sell at boot fairs. A caller to BBC Radio 2s Jeremy Vine show said they submitted several applications with false identities. Nurseriesremoveteddybears topreventspreadofswineflu by felix Allen H2 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