Friday, 11 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 7-10C (45-50F) Dry with clear spells and vari- able cloud. A moderate wind. AirQuality NitrogenDioxide Yesterday38ppb Forecast-Low. Calculatedonpartsperbillion.Less than150-Low,150-299-Moderate, 300+-High FineParticles Yesterday18ug/m3 Forecast-Low. Calculatedonmicrogramspercubic metre.Lessthan50-Low,50-74 -Moderate,75+-High Lights High 18-21C (64-70F) Five-day London forecast A dry day with lots of sunshine. Mostly light winds. TOMORROW 21 Fair SUNDAY 19 Fair MONDAY 19 Cloudy TUESDAY 19 Fair WEDNESDAY 19 Cloudy Tomorrow 19 19 19 20 19 21 21 20 9 9 8 9 11 10 10 11 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 7 Edinburgh 18C s Manchester 19C s Birmingham 19C sCardiff 18C s Bergen 13C r Oslo 18C f Riga 18C f Warsaw 19C fBerlin 21C f Prague 19C f Munich 19C f Zurich 21C f Geneva 21C s Marseille 27C s Rome 27C s Palermo 27C fTunis 30C f Cagliari 28C s Ajaccio 27C s Barcelona 27C s Madrid 30C s Malaga 28C s Tangier 30C s Faro 26C s Lisbon 27C s Funchal 25C f Tenerife 26C f Palma 29C s Bordeaux 27C s Bonn 21C fBrussels 20C f Paris 23C s Vienna 21C f Budapest 26C f Sarajevo 20C th Athens 26C f Stockholm 18C f Gothenburg 17C s Copenhagen 19C f Amsterdam 19C f London 21C f Penzance 17C f Belfast 18C f Dublin 19C s Sunsetand lighting-uptimes 7.24pm,rises6.31am Moonrise 10.06pm,sets2.47pm TODAYONAPAGE Rover Four face life bans as bossesPTHE four men behind the collapse of car giant MG Rover will be banned from running companies for life, Lord Mandelson said today. The Business Secretary confirmed the Government is compiling evidence for proceedings to stop the so-called Phoenix Four ever again sitting in the boardroom. But in a statement, former Rover directors John Towers, John Edwards, Nick Stephenson and Peter Beale called the report a witch hunt and claim the Government has avoided admitting its role in the fiasco. Lord Mandelsons announcement came as an 850-page independent report into Rovers collapse said investigating MPs were given inaccurate and misleading information by Mr Beale. The report, costing 16m, said their remuneration was unreasonably large but also found questionable briefings were given to the press by Government officials. BMW sold the troubled Midlands-based car firm in 2000. The four men of venture capitalist Phoenix Consortium and chief executive Kevin Howe took over, taking 42m in pay and pensions. Five years later, MG Rover collapsed with the loss of around 6,500 jobs and claims of a 400m financial black hole. Lord Mandelson said: Work has been commissioned to start legal proceedings to seek to declare relevant directors unfit to hold office and disqualify them from management of any company in future. Proceedings: Mandelson Miliband:Kidnapreporterignoredadvice PLEASE RECYCLE YOUR COPY OF LITE RESPONSIBLY P JONATHAN ROSS plays at being a City trader today to raise money for the 9/11 fund. The chat show host traded real cash at Canary Wharf-based BGC, whose parent company Cantor Fitzgerald lost 658 staff in the attacks. The deals were set up by professionals for celebs to close, with Sir Alex Ferguson sealing the biggest: a 1bn currency transaction.Twading up: Jonathan Ross in Canary Wharf today Wossy swaps set for the City Union:Labourdead asPythonsparrot PGORDON BROWN should be replaced by Climate Change Secretary Ed Miliband if he cant pull Labour out of its current polling woes, the boss of Britains biggest union warned today. Derek Simpson, joint general secretary of Unite, said New Labour is as dead as a Monty Python parrot but Mr Brown had failed to reflect voters concerns. Mr Simpson said the answer is to change policies and if necessary the people of the Labour Party. Mr Miliband, 39, has potential to be a lot more progressive, he added. Danger: Mr Miliband Maybe if I was 60 or 70 Id stop doing nude shoots, but then I guess it depends who is asking -- model ClauDia sChiffeR, 39, left, suggests she has no plans to grow old gracefully I will make you see multi- coloured, I will make you forget your own name... -- legendary lothario Russell bRanD tries to convince us talk show host sherri shepherd to give up being celibate We were out of work and bored -- new Zealander Dan MellinG Justifies why he and a mate crossed the treacherous cook strait sea channel in a diy amphibious toyota DisTRibuTiOn helPline: If you have any comments about the distribution of London Lite, ring 020 7651 5276, or email On the Tube JOURNEY PLANNER for the easiest way to get around london visit uk and click on Journey Planner london travel information call 020 7222 1234 24-hours Textphone 020 7918 3015 Travel alerts receive free real-time travel info on your mobile or email, subscribe at uk/travelalerts for more information on oyster, visit lu Customer services for inquiries, call 0845 330 9880 between 8am and 8pm daily Congestion charging for payment details call 0845 900 1234 or visit cclondon. com london Travelwatch call 020 7505 9000 or visit londontravel Roadwatch Victoria embankment, st Jamess: temporary lights for upgrade works. 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Yes... i believe theres a question there in the back Rebecca was overcome with emulsion P FOREIGN SECRETARY David Miliband today acknowledged freed British journalist Stephen Farrell had ignored very strong advice by travelling to Kunduz in Afghanistan where he was kidnapped. The operation to free the New York Times reporter left four people dead, including a British paratrooper. Mr Farrells Afghan interpreter Sultan Munadi, was also among those killed in Wednesdays mission. Mr Miliband told the BBC: (Farrell) was on the one hand very brave and on the other went against very strong advice that it was extremely dangerous to be in that area. The mission to free Mr Farrell has provoked anger among Army officers after he apparently ignored the warnings. The rescue has also prompted criticism amid claims negotiators were close to a breakthrough. But Mr Miliband ruled out an inquiry into the raid. He said: I dont think an inquiry is needed, all the right procedures were followed. 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