London Lite Tuesday, 25 August 2009 11 Prices correct at time of going to print & valid for a limited time only. Offers subject to availability. Not available from stores in N.I & R.O.I. All sizes & measurements may vary. Colours & models may vary. 24p49p Each 50p1.78 Per kg 50p98p Each 50p1.24 Per kg 64p1.29 Per Pack 50p1Per Pack Available in-store now! Baking Potatoes Loose Mixed Peppers 3 Pack Cos Lettuce Green Beans 500g 10p/100g Corn on the Cob Loose Vine Tomatoes Loose French taxis may take on the black cab Peugeot bid after court ruling Football acedies insmash how they compare Investigate forensics at this months free adults-only evening. Tomorrow from 18.45 traditional london cab International TX4 model (Hackney Carriage) Engine: 2.5-litre diesel Miles per gallon: 36.2 CO2 emissions (g/km): 211 Number of passengers: Five Cost: From 26,995 french cab Peugeot E7 Engine: 2-litre diesel Miles per gallon: 37.7 CO2 emissions (g/km): 198 Number of passengers: Seven Cost: From 24,995 A PROMISING footballer was one of three teenagers killed when the car they were travelling in ploughed into a lamppost. Jamal Campbell, 18, who had been on a trial with Luton Town FC, died with his pals Conrad Ryan, 17, and Craig Charles, 18, in Watford in the early hours of Friday. All three were from Neasden, north- west London. The 17- year-old driver was the only survivor of the crash. He was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving. BLACK cabs could soon have a French rival on the streets of the capital following a landmark legal ruling. The Peugeot E7 people carrier is barred from use as a taxi in London because its turning circle fails to meet guidelines. But Allied Vehicles, which sells the car in Britain, has won a court battle against the restric- tions and is calling on London transport bosses to allow it to introduce the vehicles. The Peugeot, unlike the Hackney Carriage, cannot turn between pavements 28ft apart, a condition cabs must meet to prove they can manoeuvre in narrow streets. Its failure to do this meant London and Liverpool refused to license it. Allied Vehicles challenged Liverpool city councils decision, claiming it con- tradicted EU free trade laws. The High Court ordered the council to reconsider licensing the Peugeot for taxi use. Allied Vehicles says the judg- ment should also cover London. A spokesman for the company said: The High Court judgment now looks set to sweep away the turning circle require- ment for good. Transport for London said it could not make a decision until it had received the High Courts judg- ment in writing, expected next week. A TfL spokesman said: Due to the nature of Londons narrow streets, the small turning circle of Londons black cabs is a vital requirement which helps road users by preventing unnecessary hold-ups. Gerry Facenna, of Allied Vehicles, said: All we are seeking is the right to compete on a level playing field. by GEORGINA LITTLEJOHN Rival: the Peugeot E7 people carrier 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