Banker:Ididshove my wife, but I did not murder her London Lite Friday, 2 October 2009 Itsjustnotfairwiththebacklogs Facebookpaedophile may demand a new identity Nursery paedophile Vanessa George could seek a new identity at taxpayers expense when she is released from jail, according to lawyers. It would be to protect her from vigilante attacks, after threats of revenge if she is allowed to return to the streets. The Ministry of Justice, which would make a decision close to the time of her release, would only be likely to agree to a new identity if it concluded that there was a serious threat to public order if she were released under her real name. George, 39, who was a classroom assistant at Little Teds nursery in Plymouth, sent photos of herself abusing children in her care via email and text message to fellow paedophiles Angela Allen, 39, and Colin Blanchard, 38. The trio met on Facebook. At Bristol Crown Court yesterday, they admitted charges including sex assaults on children and distributing and making indecent images of children. Police today tried again to persuade George to confess the names of the infants she abused. Detectives hope she will finally tell them following a plea by the judge for her to ease the suffering of families who could be affected. Police have narrowed down the number of potential victims to boys and girls from 30 families. by georgina littlejohn E From Page 1 WE all love a cover. Tonight, Sean Rowley, right, and Christian Laing will join guest DJ Bob Stanley from St Etienne to cover themselves in glory, playing reworked masterpieces all night long. Cover To Cover, Queen Of Hoxton, 1 Curtain Road EC2, 9pm-2am, 7 Must... get under the covers tonight! Victim: Kate Ellerbeck was killed last November The usual arguments: Ellerbeck ....inaxxxxxx MostWanted This weeks fastest selling tickets... 1 Cliff Richard (below) & The Shadows, Wembley Arena, 22 & 23 Oct 2 Paramore, Wembley Arena, 18 Dec 3 Muse, The O2, 12 & 13 Nov 4 New England Patriots vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Wembley Stadium, 25 Oct 5 Beyonc, The O2, 14 & 16 Nov 6 Taylor Swift, Wembley Arena, 23 Nov 7 Pink The O2, 8 & 10 Dec 8 Kelly Clarkson, Wembley Arena, 19 Feb 9 Florence + The Machine, Brixton Academy, 13 & 14 Dec 10 Green Day, Wembley Arena, 1 Nov Chart compiled by Seatwave THe City banker accused of strangling his wife to death admitted he had given her a decent shove, the Old Bailey heard today. Neil ellerbeck, 46, told police after his arrest that he had struggled with his wife Kate after arguing at their home in enfield, but insisted he had only been defending himself. she was very violent and very, very strong surprisingly, he said, admitting he had used a bear hug and a judo throw to subdue her. He said she had a bloody lip and marks on her face and was very pale but was still alive when he left the house to pick up their daughter after an exam. He said he dropped his child off again at school, made some calls, bought a Lottery ticket then went home again, where he found his wife slumped on the floor and called 999. ellerbeck, the chief investment manager for HsBC at Canary Wharf, is said to have killed his wife when afraid that a divorce would cost him half his fortune. The court has heard that she was having an affair with their childrens tennis coach and her husband was also in a relationship with another woman. ellerbeck said today that on the day she died they had the usual argu- ments which escalated into a strug- gle in which Mrs ellerbeck lunged forward and lashed out at him. He said he went downstairs and she attacked him again and he put her to the ground a bit like judo as she was seething and gritting her teeth. ellerbeck has pleaded not g u i l t y t o mu rde r i n November last year. the three posties left their carts outside the premises for 15 minutes yesterday before emerging and heading off in different directions. Burim Bytyqi, 43, a local artist, said: I think people were pretty shocked at what was going on. Its not fair that there are huge backlogs of mail and these three are just spending their time in betting shops. Royal Mail today said it would investigate and that mail trolleys should not be left unattended without being locked up. A spokesman said: We will be investigating any breach of security. It is not clear if the men were on duty or whether their trolleys contained any mail. A series of strikes over pay and conditions has left letters piling up in sorting offices across the city and the Communication Workers Union warned that Royal Mail has to resolve the industrial action if the Christmas post is to get through. The union is balloting its 121,000 members for a proposed national strike at the end of this month or at the start of November. The result is due next week. 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