Wednesday, 9 September 2009 London Lite 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 6-9C (43-48F) Dry, partly cloudy with skies clearing overnight. Gentle winds. AirQuality NitrogenDioxide Yesterday195ppb Forecast-Low. Calculatedonpartsperbillion.Less than150-Low,150-299-Moderate, 300+-High FineParticles Yesterday37ug/m3 Forecast-Low. Calculatedonmicrogramspercubic metre.Lessthan50-Low,50-74 -Moderate,75+-High Lights High 18-21C (64-70F) Five-day London forecast Dry with long sunny spells. Light to moder- ate winds. TOMORROW 21 Sunny FRIDAY 20 Fair SATURDAY 19 Fair SUNDAY 18 Rain MONDAY 19 Showers Tomorrow 18 20 19 19 19 21 20 20 9 6 6 9 11 9 9 10 Under 5 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-30 Over 30 Under 41 41-48 50-57 59-66 68-75 77-86 Over 86 C F 13 Edinburgh 19C f Manchester 19C f Birmingham 19C sCardiff 18C s Bergen 14C sh Oslo 20C s Riga 18C f Warsaw 24C fBerlin 22C c Prague 24C f Munich 23C s Zurich 24C s Geneva 24C s Marseille 28C s Rome 27C s Palermo 24C thTunis 26C sh Cagliari 27C f Ajaccio 27C s Barcelona 28C s Madrid 34C s Malaga 28C s Tangier 29C s Faro 28C s Lisbon 29C s Funchal 25C f Tenerife 27C f Palma 29C s Bordeaux 31C s Bonn 20C cBrussels 20C f Paris 23C f Vienna 24C f Budapest 27C f Sarajevo 20C sh Athens 27C f Stockholm 20C s Gothenburg 19C s Copenhagen 19C s Amsterdam 20C s London 21C s Penzance 18C s Belfast 17C f Dublin 18C s Sunsetand lighting-uptimes 7.28pm,rises6.28am Moonrise 8.43pm,sets12.17pm TODAYONAPAGE Climate adviser warns on Heathrow PPLANS for a third runway at Heathrow came under fresh assault today as the Governments own climate change adviser called for deep cuts in Britains carbon dioxide emission levels. The Committee on Climate Change proposed a global cap on aviation emissions and warned that households and industry would have to slash their carbon output if flights were to be protected. Its report came as leading Labour backbencher Jon Cruddas also urged Prime Minister Gordon Brown to abandon his plans for the third runway at Heathrow, a move that puts marginal seats in west London at risk. Mr Cruddas, who told the London School of Economics that Mr Brown was heading for defeat at the next election, said it made environmental and political sense to halt the new runway before it was too late. The Tories are firmly against it. The committee, which was created by the Climate Change Act last year, said Britain may have to cut emissions of greenhouse gases by 90 per cent by 2050 so the aviation sector can continue to grow. David Kennedy, the committees chief executive, said for the first time that the new runway could be included in its review of the issue. He questioned whether it was plausible to double demand in air travel. We could take it upon ourselves to talk about Heathrow in our aviation review, he said. Runway critic: Cruddas Railbosspleafortalksoverweek-longstrike PLEASE RECYCLE YOUR COPY OF LITE RESPONSIBLY PPROTESTERS smashed windows and smeared fake blood on a finance company HQ in demonstrations against City firms they accuse of involvement in the arms trade. Sixty activists protesting against the Defence Systems and Equipment International Arms Fair at the Excel centre targeted several firms, and broke glass at the HQ of Axa Investment Management. Smashed: windows at the Axa HQ. Left, a masked protester Armsprotesters targetCityfirms Mosqueslinkto airlinebombplot A LONDON mosque was named today as having a 20-year history as a recruiting ground for extremists. Walthamstows Queens Road mosque was frequented by the leader of the airline gang convicted on Monday of attempting to blow up seven flights. Abdulla Ahmed Ali used the mosque, controlled by the orthodox Tablighi Jamaat sect, to meet associates. Two decades ago, the mosque hosted talks by followers of Omar Bakri Mohammed. PRAIL bosses today demanded urgent talks with union leaders to prevent a week-long strike on National Express East Anglia. The strike by 800 train drivers, due to run from 21-26 September, will cripple services to and from Liverpool Street. The 150,000 passengers who use NXEA services daily suffered 48-hour strikes last month in a dispute over pay and conditions. NXEA increased a pay offer but Aslef, which represents drivers and is the principal union involved, turned it down. Andrew Chivers, NXEA managing director, said the union had rejected an offer which amounts to a salary increase of at least four per cent within a year. He said: We will be asking Aslef for urgent talks to avert any further strike action. Elsewhere, First Capital Connect warned of disruption on Monday with a 24-hour RMT strike on the Bedford to Brighton Thameslink route. 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