CONFIDENTIAL files and photos of suspected London child abuse victims have been found in a second- hand desk. The Islington council documents, dated last year, were discovered when the new owners of the desk, who had bought it from a furniture shop in Enfield, forced open a locked drawer. The papers contained information on up to four children aged about five, and in some of the cases included details of the abuse they suffered. The council said it was investigating the matter. Abuse files left in old desk London Lite Thursday, 13 August 2009 by Kevin widdop Get over to east London where Macmillans Brick Lane takeover has been in full swing since midday. Until midnight, 30 acts in seven venues will raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. the line-up includes Noel Fielding, above, doing his DJ stuff, Dan Le Sac and Scroobius Pip -- all for just 20. tickets from Must... see 30 acts and support charity tonight! Madge and Rob in X Factor roles MADONNA and Robbie Williams will appear on the new series of the X Factor. the revelation came from show choreographer Brian Friedman, 32, who said they will mentor the contestants, while Kate Moss will appear as a guest judge. Lost woman is safe in hospital tHe search for a woman thought to have fallen into a roadside hole was called off today after she walked into a hospital in telford. tracy Gough, 29, was confused and not sure where she has been but in good health, police said. Nightclub flooded by boozed-up student,20A sTuDENT caused 150,000 of damage to a nightclub in an alcohol-fuelled act of buffoonery, a court heard today. Jonathan stepien, 20, was trying to beat his friend in a pull-up contest using the pipe of a sprinkler system at the Tiger Tiger nightclub in Haymarket at about 3am on 10 February. But the pipe split in half as the City university student built up momentum, sending him crashing to the floor and water cascading out, southwark Crown Court heard. The water could still be seen and heard pouring down the stairs across three floors of the club when police arrived up to 10 minutes later. stepien, of Cambridge, pleaded guilty to criminal damage last month and was being sentenced later today. It was thought likely he would be fined. Jacques Howell, prosecuting, said: The act comes as a result of what can best be described as an alcohol-fuelled act of buffoonery. The defendant managed to build up momentum by way of some pendulum motion. As he swung, the pipe gave way, splitting in half, causing the defendant to fall to the floor and water to come rushing out. Mr Howell said the club had to spend 150,000 replacing wooden flooring in two bars, a restaurant and a lounge, as well as a ceiling in the cloakroom and the sprinkler pipework, which was covered by the clubs insurance. He said stepien, who was detained by door staff at the club, told police: I am an idiot. I am so sorry. He reportedly made full and frank admissions and asked officers if there was anything he could do as a goodwill gesture. HER face says it all... Abi is truly proud to have delivered the first lion cubs to be born at London Zoo in 10 years. The brother and sister, 10 weeks old, made their first public appearance today. There are fewer than 300 Asian lions in the wild and they are classified as endangered. Abi herself was the last cub to be born at London Zoo, in 1999. Keeper Madeleine Gordon said: Were thrilled about the cubs arrival. Mothersprideinrarelioncubs H Just lion around: Abi with her twin cubs today 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