London Lite Monday, 17 August 2009 Inbrief BBQ summer is back (briefly) LONDON saw temperatures of up to 25C at the weekend -- and it is predicted that the much heralded barbecue summer is back for another three days. The Met Office said the capital and the South-East will enjoy a hot spell, soaring to 29C on Wednesday, before a band of rain brings temperatures back down again on Thursday. Girl, 10, feared drowned in sea THE search resumed today for a 10-year-old girl feared drowned in the sea. The girl got into difficulty yesterday while swimming with a friend, also 10, only yards from the shore at Clacton, Essex. A man swam out to help them and saved the friend but could not find the other girl, who is said to be from Buckinghamshire. She was visiting the beach with her friends family. Tweed: Im not getting evicted JACK TWEED today denied he was being kicked out of his house after reports that his landlady has had enough of his wild parties. The owner of Tweeds Essex flat apparently stormed in and found several girls, beer bottles and rubbish. Jade Goodys 22-year-old widower was reportedly given eviction papers but his agent said there had not been a problem. Albanian killer hidingincapital A SUSPECTED Albanian gangster wanted for two attempted murders has been arrested in London. His brother, who was convicted of a double murder in Albania, is said to be on the run in the city. Admir Doda, 33, was seized by officers from Scotland Yards extradition unit in Kingsbury, north London. His brother Gentian, 31, is still at large. Liverpool St Trinian Stationdanceforschoolgirlswhovegoneofftherails by GeorGina littlejohn Rising star: Sarah on station escalator Are you sure its Aloud? passengers at Liverpool Street station yesterday may have ended up as extras in the St Trinians film as Sarah Harding (left) filmed a mass dance on the concourse ITS not a sight day trippers would expect to see as they arrive for a Sunday out in London. Hundreds of uniform-clad schoolgirls danced and sang their way across Liverpool Street station yesterday, led on by a mischievous-looking pop star. Girls Alouds Sarah Harding grinned for the cameras as she and her fellow cast mem- bers strutted their stuff across the concourse for the new St Trinians film. Wearing leather hot- pants, a low-cut white blouse and a school tie slung casually around her neck, Harding, 27, led the girls in a routine reminiscent of a recent TV advert for T-Mobile, which saw hundreds of people break into an impromptu dance routine at the station. Harding and actresses Tamsin Egerton and Talulah Riley were shooting a scene for St Trinians II: The Legend of Frittons Gold, in which Harding appears as a pupil called Roxy. 2 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.html