London Lite Friday, 11 September 2009 Parents who regularly ferry groups of children on behalf of sports or social clubs will have to undergo criminal record checks, or face fines of up to 5,000, it was revealed today. they will fall under the scope of the Governments new Vetting and Barring scheme, which is aimed at stopping paedophiles getting access to children. according to todays Independent newspaper, the scheme could cost the British public 170m and failure to register with the Independent safeguarding authority could lead to criminal prosecution. the clubs themselves also face a 5,000 fine if they use volunteers who have not been cleared. a total of 11.3m people in england, Wales and northern Ireland are expected to register with the Isa. school governors, doctors, nurses, teachers, dentists and prison officers will also have to register to work with children. E Continued from Page 1 DvD releases the boat that rocked RichaRd cuRtiss latest film is a chirpy but overindulgent tale of pirate radio in the sixties, featuring a top cast of comic talent, including Nick Frost and Rhys ifans. (universal, 19.99, cert 15) POST YOUR iBLOG REVIEWS AT thisislondon.co.uk/lite TOP 10 RENTALDVDs sound&Lite fermats room MiNdblowiNg spanish thriller about some mathematicians who are brought together to solve tricky puzzles but discover the price of failure is deadly. (Revolver, 14.99, cert 15) To order any DVD reviewed, please call London Lite DVD service on 01634 832789. All prices include P&P. faq about time travel ENtERtaiNiNg british comedy about a group of blokes who find a door into the future in their local pub. stars anna Faris and the it crowds chris odowd. (lions gate, 15.99, cert 15) PAUL JOSEPH 50 dead men walking this thriller tells the true story of a young Northern irish man who infiltrates the iRa in the late Eighties as an undercover agent for the british police. (Metrodome, 15.99, cert 15) 1 The Boat That Rocked (15) 2 The Damned United (15) 3 Traitor (15) 4 Outlander (15) 5 I Love You, Man (15) 6 Knowing (15) 7 In The Loop (15) 8 The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button (12) 9 Gran Torino (15) 10 17 Again (12) source: lovefilm.com Mumanddadtaxismusthavecriminalrecordchecks cHiLd rEmOvEd AftEr POLicE rEvEALEd tErrOriSt LinkS said would have caused carnage on an unprecedented scale. When officers raided Alis house during his arrest they found extremist lit- erature, including a book by Abdul- lah Azzam, a key mentor of Osama bin Laden, hidden in a babys cot. Haringey might have even unwittingly supplied Ali with an element of camou- flage for the plot -- and risked the child being murdered. According to evi- dence at the trial, Ali and his conspirators discussed taking chil- dren on board the flights to allay the suspicions of security staff. It is not clear whether the Haringey foster child was among the children he proposed to use. Alis 26-year-old wife, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has also been charged under anti-terror laws for allegedly failing to inform authorities of the plot. However, she strongly asserts her innocence. Other members of Alis extended family have also been investigated or had their assets frozen. One source said: A desperate shortage of Muslim foster families may have been a factor. Muslim children can only be placed with peo- ple of the same faith and the need to find foster parents could mean that corners were cut in the vetting process. Haringey council said: The placement here was made after checks and before anyone was made aware of any terrorist activity in the extended family network. The place- ment ended immediately when the police were in touch and the arrests were made. The family no longer fosters for Haringey. Last year, Haringeys director of childrens services, Sharon Shoesmith, was sacked after a catalogue of failures by social workers allowed the murder of two-year-old Baby P, real name Peter Connolly. In 2000 eight-year-old Victoria Climbi was killed after blindingly incompetent care by Haringey social services. Failures: Baby P was killed Evidence: bomb-making equipment found in a flat that Ali used in Walthamstow Convicted: Ali in a martyrdom video He plotted to use kids ascoveron bomb jets H 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.html48.html49.html50.html51.html