London Lite Thursday, 27 August 2009 7 EX-ATOMIC KITTEN IN ALLEGED ASSAULT ON HER ACCOUNTANT Abrickthroughthewindow istheBritishmethod,not firebombing BNP group leader Pat Richardson Fat switch cell to stop obesity SCIENTISTS have discovered a fat switch molecule which could stop the body making fat. The journal Chemistry And Biology reports the fatostatin cell helped prevent obesity in mice, and might have a similar effect in humans. Councillors save historic market PLANS to demolish historic Greenwich Market have been unexpectedly thrown out by councillors. Greenwichs planning board voted unanimously to reject a scheme which would have seen the Victorian market torn down. Kerrys bailed after night in police cells Epping Forest. Today he said he feared he was about to be murdered when one of the kidnappers said: Lets do it here. Then they told him: We dont want the Islamic group in Loughton. Mr Ramjanally, 35, has received hate mail threatening his family since he started regular Friday prayer sessions in a community hall in March. Last month his home was firebombed. The British National Party, which has four councillors in the area, has been accused of whipping up racial tensions after it issued an inflammatory leaflet attacking Mr Ramjanallys Islamic group for hiring the local Murray Hall. The BNP believes the meetings are a precursor to a mosque. Pat Richardson, BNP group leader in Epping Forest, denied the party was behind the attacks. He said: Firebombing is not a British method. A brick through the window is a British method, but firebombing is not a way of showing displeasure. Police are treating the kidnapping as a hate crime. Mr Ramjanally, a married father of one, was at home alone at 12.15pm on Monday when his doorbell rang. He said: When I opened the door, two white men just grabbed me by my wrists and pulled me outside. They put a knife on my stomach and said, Do what you are told or you will get hurt. I was scared. They drove me to Epping Forest and one said, Do it here. I thought my life was over. He added: They said, We dont want the Islamic group in Loughton. If you dont stop, well come back. Then they disappeared. The men did not say anything about the BNP. But it is only the BNP who want my Islamic group out of Loughton. I believe the BNP campaign inspired the violence. his doorbell rang. He openedIWhensaid: menwhitetwodoor,the mybymegrabbedjust mepulledandwrists knifeaputTheyoutside. said,andstomachmyon ortoldareyouwhatDo wasIhurt.getwillyouHatred: the anti-mosque leaflet Continued from Page 1 TROUBLED star Kerry Katona was bailed today after spending last night in a police cell on suspicion of assault- ing her accountant The former Atomic Kitten singer, 28, was arrested after she allegedly punched David McHugh in the face, threw a cup of tea over him and damaged equipment at his office. Katona has seen her fortune shrink in recent months and is said to be on the brink of financial meltdown. After the alleged attack yesterday at 3.50pm at the Hawthorne Business Park near Manchester, Katona jumped into her black BMW and drove away from Mr McHughs office. He immediately lodged a complaint with police, claiming that the star had assaulted him. Four police officers arrived at Katonas 1m home in Wilmslow, Cheshire, at 5.45pm and were let in by her husband, Mark Croft. Half an hour later they took the star away for questioning. The mother-of-four then spent the night in a Runcorn custody suite. She was arrested on suspicion of committing assault, criminal damage and a public order offence, and was bailed until 12 October, police sources said. A spokesman for Cheshire Police confirmed: A 28-year-old woman from Wilmslow has been released and granted police bail until 12 October at 9am, pending further investigation. The alleged fracas comes in the wake of the former pop singers cocaine scandal. She was cautioned by police two days ago over video appearing to show her snorting the drug with a rolled- up 20 note. She had also been dropped from her 250,000-a-year deal as the face of Iceland supermarkets soon after the video emerged. BY KEVIN WIDDOP Trouble: hubbie Mark at the police station Accused: Katona at her home yesterday 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.html40.html41.html42.html43.html