London Lite Wednesday, 9 September 2009 19 HUNDREDS of smart street lights have been installed across the West End to cut energy costs. The lights, in use around Leicester Square and Shaftesbury Avenue, are controlled wirelessly and programmed to switch on only when needed. It is estimated each of the 866 lights could save Westminster council up to 46 a year -- nearly 40,000 in total -- because they use less power than conventional street lights which are left on overnight. Accused: Fearnehough and McKenzie -Saunders Visit or come in store Trade in your old phone with us and well pay you an unbeatable* cash value for it instantly in-store. Plus well make a donation to the Get Connected charity. Open up the benefits of trade-ins at The Carphone Warehouse. The win-win trade-in. Registered charity no. 1081840. *The Carphone Warehouse Price Promise signifies that we wont be beaten on mobile phone Trade-In values. If you find the same mobile phone (identified by handset make, model and condition) at a higher value in any of the retailers listed at www. then, subject to the conditions below, we will refund to you 100% of the difference. Our Trade-In Price Promise remains subject at all times to the following conditions: The mobile phone that you could trade-in at the higher value must be in the same condition and of the same make and model. Proof of the higher value which is acceptable to us is required and will be verified by us, so please visit for details of how to claim. All Price Promises are at our sole discretion and subject to these conditions. The compared value is on trade-in values that do not form any part of a promotion and are for genuine trade-in transactions offered to you without the need to make a purchase. The 100% difference relates to the difference between the trade-in value you received at the above retailers and the trade-in value we offer. Our Price Promise is limited to one per customer and is not transferable. We reserve the right to withdraw the offer or change the terms and conditions at any time. The difference will be refunded by cheque within 28 days from the date we make a final assessment on your trade-in to the account holders address by GeorGina littlejohn Smart move cuts lighting costs THREE men gang-raped a young backpacker after luring her to a secluded spot beside Buckingham Palace, a court was told today. The New Zealander, 20, was returning from a company party when she was befriended by the gang on a night bus and led to St Jamess Park, jurors heard. Her attackers then allegedly queued to have sex with her, often two at once. As she screamed for them to stop, one snarled: Shut up or youll be thrown in the river. Tell anyone and Ill kill you. They stripped her of her rings, iPod, handbag and bank cards and while one stayed to abuse her the others went to a cashpoint to try and raid her account, Southwark Crown Court heard. Terrified and bleeding from grazes the victim managed to escape and raised the alarm with a park security guard and the trio were arrested. Alleged ring leader Ismail Acar, 21, was due to stand trial but admitted all charges and will be sentenced later. Callem Fearnehough and DimitriMcKenzie-Saunders, both 21, remain in the dock and deny raping and robbing the woman. Peter Glenser, prosecuting, said the victim had drunk several vodkas, champagne and other drinks before leaving the Camden party in the early hours of 24 August last year. He said she boarded a bus at the same time as the attackers and remembers one of them befriending her. She is then said to have left the bus with them at Trafalgar Square before the four walked to the park. Once in St Jamess Park, she was taken by the defendants to a location a few yards east of the blue bridge, close to the water on the north bank of the lake, Mr Glenser said. There the defendants subjected her to a series of serious sexual assaults. McKenzie-Saunders and Acar then took her bank cards, said Mr Glenser. But the backpacker gave a fake PIN before escap- ing. She ran to the end of the Mall, where she met a security guard. McKenzie-Saunders allegedly confessed his role to the guard but l at e r re t r ac t e d h i s statement. Acar, of, Finsbury Park, admitted three counts of rape, assault a n d r o b b e r y . F e a r n e h o u g h a n d McKenzie-Saunders, of Holloway, deny the charges. T h e t r i a l continues. Backpackers gang rape by the Palace court told of girls ordeal HH 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.html44.html45.html46.html47.html