too unwell to move, but his lawyer, Giovanni di Stefano, said: He could be moved next week, but we will have to see what the medical advice is. Biggs will be 80 tomorrow -- 46 years to the day of the infamous robbery, after which he fled to Brazil. His son, Michael, who today said that his father would enjoy a birthday reunion with his Brazilian-born granddaughter, said he was absolutely delighted and described Mr Straws about-turn as a victory for common sense. Mr di Stefano also praised Mr Straws move, although he warned that Biggs, who cannot speak, has to be fed through a tube and was going to die. The decision to free the train robber, part of a 15-strong gang who stole 2.6m from a Buckinghamshire mail train in 1963, was greeted angrily elsewhere, however. Critics high- lighted his lack of repentance and the violence of the raid, in which train driver Jack Mills was hit on the head with an iron bar, leaving him with injuries from which he never recovered. Keith Norman, general secretary of the train driv- ers union Aslef, said: Its ludicrous that a man who was part of a gang that committed a violent crime, and attacked an innocent man and hit him with an iron bar, should deserve clemency. London Lite Friday, 7 August 2009 POLICE today swooped on more than 100 illegal websites selling millions of pounds worth of Premier League tickets. Businesses and crime gangs based in Britain and abroad were behind a huge racket in sales of either fake or non-existent tickets. The majority of the sites are based overseas, but dozens are also believed to be operated within the UK. The action by investigators from the newly established Police Central E-Crime Unit was the first major initiative against fraudulent football ticket websites. Det Supt Charlie McMurdie, the head of the unit, said: Todays operation is the first time any law enforcement agency has shut down this many sites in unison and demonstrates our units commitment to tackling this issue head-on. Officers trawled websites during a seven-month inquiry on the lookout for fraudulent tickets, while a number of buyers also reported sites that had caught them out. Police estimate that half of the 300 websites selling Premier League tickets are doing so fraudulently. Hes going to die: Great Train Robber Ronnie Biggs in hospital in Norwich DvD releases 1 Watchmen (18) 2 Duplicity (12) 3 Gran Torino (15) 4 The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button (12) 5 Marley & Me (PG) 6 The Young Victoria (PG) 7 Slumdog Millionaire (15) 8 The Reader (15) 9 Seven Pounds (12) 10Valkyrie (12) Chart compiled by Knowing Nicolas caGe growls his way through this high-concept sci-fi action thriller about the discovery of a series of numbers that predicts calamitous events. Dumb and not a lot of fun. (contender, 19.99, cert 15) POST YOUR iBLOG REVIEWS AT TOP 10 RENTALDVDs sound&Lite Let the Right one in BrilliaNt swedish vampire film about the relationship between a bullied young boy and a prepubescent blood sucker. a tender, gripping and dark tale with plenty of shocks. (Momentum, 17.99, cert 15) Lesbian VampiRe KiLLeRs laMe comedy in which Mathew Horne and James corden go on a weekend away in a cursed village where all the women are turned into... you guessed it -- lesbian vampires. (Momentum, 17.99, cert 15) To order any DVD reviewed, please call London Lite DVD service on 01634 832789. All prices include P&P. Diagnosis Death cHeeky New Zealand comedy horror about drug-trial patients in a strange hospital who see visions of murder. Bret, Jermaine and rhys from Flight of the conchords star in supporting roles. (revolver, 12.99, cert 15) PAUL JOSEPH GrEAttrAinrObbErrELEASEdOnEvEOfHEiStAnnivErSAry Jail guards quit freed ronnie biggssickbedBY BO WILSOn Fighting fit: fugitive Biggs in Brazil in 1977 RONNIE BIGGS could move to a Barnet nursing home as early as next week to spend his final days near his sons north London home, his lawyer said today. The news comes as officers guarding the Great Train Robber were today being withdrawn as he became a free man. The frail prisoner, who is being treated in hospital for pneumonia, was granted his freedom by Justice Secretary Jack Straw yesterday. Only a month ago Mr Straw rejected a Parole Board recommendation that Biggs should be released, but he overturned his previous decision because Biggs is not expected to recover. The three Prison Service staff who have been guarding Biggs in Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital were set to leave once the licence for his release was finalised. He is currently CopsscoreawinneragainstPremierLeaguetickettouts 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.html36.html37.html38.html39.html