London Lite Monday, 21 September 2009 Inbrief Planeliquidlimit will be relaxed AIR passengers face two years of confusion over how much liquid they can carry in hand luggage. Restrictions limiting passengers to 100ml or smaller containers will be lifted at large airports including Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted in 2012, but not at smaller airports such as Edinburgh, Liverpool and East Midlands until 2014. Arnie gets 2012 Games invite ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER has been invited to be a special guest at the London 2012 Olympics. Sir Robin Wales, Mayor of Newham has written to the California Governor, who trained at the late bodybuilder Wag Bennetts gym in Forest Gate in the Sixties. Sir Robin describes the Terminator star as a long-time friend of our borough in his invitation letter. Tandoori hit by roach trouble A RESTAURANT in Kings Cross is being prosecuted after a cockroach infestation that an inspector said was the worst he had seen in 25 years. Environmental health officers shut the Kings Cross Tandoori, on Grays Inn Road, after being covered in the insects during the inspection on 1 September. It has now reopened after passing hygiene checks. Virus targets online bankers A HIGHLY sophisticated Trojan virus has been developed by cyber criminals to steal online banking details. The Clampi virus, which is spreading rapidly across hundreds of thousands of computers in Britain and the United States, infects computers when users visit a range of websites that host a malicious code. BBC backs AleshaBossesdefyviewerscallforhertogo BBC bosses have backed Alesha Dixon despite a huge public back- lash against the new Strictly Come Dancing judge. Thousands of viewers voiced their anger over the 30-year-old pop star replacing former judge Arlene Phillips, 66, on the celebrity dance show. Fans took to internet forums to criticise Dixons debut on Friday, saying she was out of her depth, pointless and lacked technical knowledge. However, the corporation today said it was 100 per cent behind Dixon, describing her debut as fantastic. A spokeswoman said: We are delighted with Aleshas performance. She did fantastically well. Anyone in the studio would vouch for that. Fellow judge Craig Revel Horwood also rallied round Dixon, today blasting the horrendous backlash directed at her. The 44-year-old choreographer insisted it had taken him, and the other judges, time to perfect their comments of performances. He said: To get good constructive criticism in 10 seconds is not easy and it takes time. Alesha has got to be given a chance. Dixon today said she has no plans to step down from Strictly despite viewers calling for her resignation. The BBC show went head-to-head against ITVs X Factor for the first time on Saturday, but pulled in 7.7m viewers, two million fewer than its rival. Despite the lag, BBC bosses said theyve no plans to move Strictly. by GEORGINA LITTLEJOHN Heres something you dont see very often -- Chris Martin and his wife together in public. The Coldplay frontman and Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow were snapped as they left Zuma restaurant in Knightsbridge last night. The pair had dined with Barbra streisand and her husband James Brolin and tried to avoid any attention by sneaking out of the back door. When that didnt work, mother-of-two Paltrow pulled a blue blanket over herself as Martin drove her away. Martin, 32, and his band had played Wembley stadium on the final leg of their world tour. Paltrow, 36, was there on Friday night to cheer her husband on. NoneedtobeashamedGwyneth,hesyourhusband Now you see her ... Paltrow hides under a blanket as Martin drives Im no quitter: Alesha Dixon cOLdpLAy REvIEw: p30 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.html