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TOMORROW 22 Fair SATURDAY 22 Rain SUNDAY 21 Fair MONDAY 20 Showers TUESDAY 22 Fair Tomorrow 20 19 20 20 20 22 20 21 8 9 9 9 9 9 12 10 Under 5 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-30 Over 30 Under 41 41-48 50-57 59-66 68-75 77-86 Over 86 C F 11 Edinburgh 17C r Manchester 18C f Birmingham 19C cCardiff 18C c Bergen 14C sh Oslo 18C sh Riga 22C r Warsaw 24C fBerlin 23C s Prague 22C f Munich 23C f Zurich 24C f Geneva 27C s Marseille 31C s Rome 31C s Palermo 31C sTunis 34C s Cagliari 32C s Ajaccio 28C s Barcelona 29C s Madrid 37C s Malaga 30C s Tangier 32C s Faro 28C s Lisbon 28C s Funchal 27C s Tenerife 35C s Palma 32C s Bordeaux 29C s Bonn 23C fBrussels 22C f Paris 25C f Vienna 26C f Budapest 31C f Sarajevo 30C s Athens 34C s Stockholm 19C r Gothenburg 18C sh Copenhagen 21C sh Amsterdam 22C s London 22C f Penzance 17C c Belfast 16C r Dublin 16C r Sunsetand lighting-uptimes 8.51pm,rises5.23am Moonrise 4.22pm,sets11.56pm TODAYONAPAGE PTONY BLAIR and Gordon Brown will be grilled on live television by the official probe into the Iraq war, it was revealed today. The former Prime Minister will be the key witness, said chairman Sir John Chilcot. Mr Brown will also be called, and the Iraq inquirys five-strong panel will question all key decision-makers in the different phases of the Iraq affair. Sir John also said he would welcome evidence from whistleblowers, offering anonymity to officials, diplomats and military figures who only dare speak in secret. He said the key question was whether the war was legal or not, and promised that the report will not shrink from criticising individuals, in defiance of the Prime Ministers original announcement that the inquiry would be in private and not apportion blame. He said: If we find that mistakes were made, that there were issues which could have been dealt with better, we will say so frankly. Public hearings, broadcast live on TV and online, will begin in the autumn with veterans groups and bereaved families invited to have their say. It is the first time that such an inquiry has set out to question senior figures on live TV. The decision is a blow to Mr Blair, who was said to be against a public inquiry, fearing it would turn into a show trial of himself and other protagonists. Key witness: Tony Blair Minister:Weblunderedonsoldierpayouts PLEASE RECYCLE YOUR COPY OF LITE RESPONSIBLY P CROWDS turned out today for the funeral service of First World War veteran and the worlds oldest man, Henry Allingham. A full military service was held for Mr Allingham, who died in his sleep aged 113 on 18 July in East Sussex.Honoured: Draped coffin today for Mr Allingham, right Farewellto heroHenry Mayorswarning onCrossrailcashPBORIS JOHNSON today challenged Tory leader David Cameron to deliver funding for Crossrail as he announced plans to raise 4bn from London businesses for the high-speed route. There are fears that an incoming Conservative government would be unable to bankroll its 5bn share of the 16billion scheme because of the dire state of the public finances. Today the Mayor said 41,000 firms would pay a levy on their business rates from next April. A source said: Any cutting of Crossrail would be economic madness and self-defeating. PDEFENCE Secretary Bob Ainsworth today admitted that military chiefs blundered with legal action to cut compensation for injured troops. He went on BBC radio after the Ministry of Defence sparked outrage with the Court of Appeal case. Asked whether this was a mistake, Mr Ainsworth said: In isolation it possibly was. He broke off his holiday in France yesterday after the uproar over the move to limit compensation for two soldiers, including Corporal Anthony Duncan, who is back on the front line in Afghanistan. Families of injured soldiers welcomed Mr Ainsworths announcement that a review of the Armed Forces compensation scheme would be speeded up -- but Cpl Duncans father Andy said: What gets me is that the penpushers in London are counting numbers while my son is dodging bullets in Afghanistan. Mr Ainsworth said there had been terrible injuries in recent battles with the Taliban: Im determined that we honour that duty of care. The bodies of three more British servicemen were repatriated today.Ainsworth: U-turn Do you know the feeling of your heart being so terribly broken you feel the blood dripping out? --Singer LADy GAGA, left, on her devaStation over the break-up with her model boyfriend Whoever sits in the car, it will not be Michael Schumacher. 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