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You can: Get 2GB more data allowance than if you took out a Pay As You Go package Surf the web for around 200 hrs 15 A MONTH FOR 5GB NO TIES5GB A MONTH TOO Dongleonly 9.99 THREE.CO.UK/LITEUSB OR VISIT A 3 STORE Fertility problems have doubled in the past decade Jail terms extended MORE than 50 criminals had their sentences increased last year after they were ruled unduly lenient, the Attorney Generals office said today. The Appeal Court ruled in four-fifths of the 71 cases referred to it that prison terms handed down by judges were too light. As a result, 52 offenders had their jail terms increased, down from 75 in 200. Attorney General Baroness Scotland, said: Its important that this safeguard is built into the criminal justice system, to enable the court to increase a sentence which is so lenient that public confidence is damaged. by georgina littlejohn Super-inquestfor Camberwellblaze nClare robinson began trying for a baby shortly after marrying husband Christopher and quickly became concerned about their chance of having children. even though Clare, of Tooting, was still in her twenties, she did not want to lose valuable time on the NHS waiting list. Helped by her parents, the couple paid 3,000 for private IVF treatment. It was successful and Clare, 36, is now mum to louis, four, and Oliver, one. Blaze victim: Catherine read1,ooosofpubandrestaurant reviewsandbookonlineat Eattonight ...24-hourgrub Bar ItalIa Like many of the best italian places, this traditional bar and caf has been trading for ages -- well, since 1923 to be exact. Sat in the heart of Soho, where theres a never-ending supply of hungry punters at all hours, Bar italia is something of an institution. Whats more, the place is clean, alluring and rather chic, unlike other round- the-clock establishments, which seem to think that grime is part and parcel of getting a late-night snack. A parma ham and mozzarella panini is 5.50. 22 Frith Street, W1 (020 7437 4520) SomInE THiS cheap and cheerful Turkish restaurant is much loved by Dalstons partygoers, clubbers, late- night workers and early risers. With a menu that changes on a daily basis, you never know what to expect -- but whatever theyre serving up is sure to satisfy those late-night/ early-morning munchies. Given the bright lighting and sparse dcor, its probably not the best place to take a date unless under the aforementioned circumstances. Manti (pastry with lamb mince, salad and bread) is 5. 31 Kingsland High Street, E8 (020 7254 7384) Kelly armstrong baby panicof the career women in their twenties IVF success story: Clare Robinson with her four-year- old son Louis a uNIque super- inquest is being considered for victims of the Camberwell fire, Harriet Harman has revealed. The Commons leader is in talks with ministers to speed up verdicts into the tragic deaths of six residents at a council tower block last month. a three-week-old baby, children of six and seven and a woman in her thirties were among the dead at lakanal House, Camberwell. Ms Harman wants the inquests hurried up, both to give explanations to bereaved families and to show if residents of a neighbouring and almost identical block, Marie Curie House, are safe from a blaze hazard. The idea was welcomed by the father of victim Catherine Hickman. Phillip Hickman, 63, said the inquest could provide his family with answers and closure. EIGHT in ten London women in their twenties and thirties are panicking that they will be unable to have a baby, it was revealed today. A massive 77 per cent are con- cerned about infertility, above the UK average of 70 per cent. The survey, commissioned by RED Magazine, said a third of British women experience fertil- ity problems, up from an esti- mated 14 per cent a decade ago. It also showed that women in the capital are more reliant on their parents to help fund fertil- ity treatment than anywhere else in the country. Almost one in three trying to get pregnant receives financial help from would-be grandparents, compared with a national aver- age of just 13 per cent. In London, women will pay more than 16,500 for fertility treatment. The UK average is under 15,400. UK couples are now spending 2.9bn on fertility treatment, up from 1.8bn in 2007. REDs Sam Baker said: Britain may be in the middle of the worst economic crisis any of us can remember, but the fertility industry appears to be crunch proof. What other sector can claim a rise of 1bn in revenue in two years? University of Utah anthropolo- gist Professor Elizabeth Cashdan claimed stress from working long hours can lead to lower oestrogen levels and an increase in andro- gens like testosterone, reducing the chance of conceiving. 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