For the full detailed forecast for your area, call: 0905 168 0619 Calls cost 50p per minute at all times from a BT landline (Mobile costs may vary) weatherweather TONIGHT TOMORROW EUROPE c-cloudy dr-drizzle f-fair fg-fog h-hail m-mist r-rain s-sunny sl-sleet sn-snow sh-showers th-thunder Low 12-15C (54-59F) Dry with clear spells and glimpses of the moon. A light wind. AirQuality NitrogenDioxide Yesterday44ppb Forecast-Low. Calculatedonpartsperbillion.Less than150-Low,150-299-Moderate, 300+-High FineParticles Yesterday12ug/m3 Forecast-Low. Calculatedonmicrogramspercubic metre.Lessthan50-Low,50-74 -Moderate,75+-High Lights High 22-25C (72-77F) Five-day London forecast A warm, humid day with sunny spells. Moderate winds. 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THE FAR SIDE BY GARY LARSON TODAYONAPAGE Grassroots Tories want Duncan axed PCONSERVATIVE activists today demanded Alan Duncan be sacked, as party leader David Cameron tried to get back on the front foot over the MPs expenses row. A poll by the ConservativeHome website found that 90 per cent of members wanted the shadow Commons leader to be removed from his post. Mr Duncan, who sparked a furore by claiming MPs were being forced to live on rations, was also under fresh pressure as his constituency chairman admitted not all local members were supporting him. When asked whether the MP had the backing of the Rutland and Melton Conservative Association, chairman Michael Rook replied: Yes and no. The online poll found that 65 per cent want Mr Duncan to resign, 55 per cent want him sacked, and 90 per cent say he should be moved in a pre-election reshuffle. In response to anger over the expenses affair, Mr Cameron has drafted plans for cuts in ministerial pay under a Tory government. Under one option, Cabinet ministers would see their salaries slashed by 25 per cent. The party faced a further headache after MP Anne Main won the overwhelming support of her local party last night in a deselection vote prompted by the expenses scandal. The St Albans MP had allowed her grown-up daughter to live rent-free in a taxpayer-funded flat. Pressure: Alan Duncan Cash crisis is threat to breast cancer scans PLEASE RECYCLE YOUR COPY OF LITE RESPONSIBLY ARSENAL has applied to put up eight huge murals around the Emirates Stadium. They would feature 32 Arsenal players painted on 45ft-tall billboards around the Holloway ground. If planning permission is granted, it is hoped the murals will be up in time for the first home games of the season. Big ideas: how the billboards would look at the Emirates Arsenalsign 45ftplayers Londonsburglary hotspotsrevealed PLONDONERS are among the most likely to be victims of burglary. Five of the top 20 postcode districts in which people have made home insurance claims for theft in the past five years are in the capital. The worst area for theft in London is Clapham, where just over a third of homes claimed insurance after a break-in. In Hornsey 28 per cent of households reported a burglary over the past five years, and 24 per cent in Walthamstow, Fulham and Forest Hill, according to PMISSED targets on breast cancer screening are putting womens lives at risk, a leading doctor said today. Cancer specialist Professor Kefah Mokbel said a worsening NHS cash crisis was to blame for patients facing delays. Women between 50 and 70 should be checked for breast cancer every three years under a government pledge, but patients in London face a postcode lottery over breast X-rays, with some cancer units missing the 36-month target. In north London, only 22 per cent of eligible women get a breast X-ray every three years -- only Brighton has a worse record. The City and east London also lag behind, at just over 75 per cent. Yet west London units see 98 per cent of women within 36 months and in south-east London 92 per cent are screened every three years. Professor Mokbel said: It is going to get worse over the next year or so because of cuts in the budget. Even a three-year interval remains very long. Women should really be seen every 12-18 months.Crisis: Dr Mokbel Sometimes I get curvy in the wrong places too much -- bootylicious singer BEYONC, left, reveals insecurities about her shapely figure I prefer the whistle to the lisp... -- ex-world champ boxer ChRiS EuBANk is happy about dental work to fix his famous speech impediment, even though he now speaks with a whistle They come in like little peacocks in their high heels. 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