Friday, 9 October 2009 London Lite H 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 9-12C (48-54F) Patchy evening rain, then dry with clear spells. Gentle winds. AirQuality NitrogenDioxide Yesterday55mg/m3 Forecast-Low. Calculatedonmicrogramspercubic metre.Lessthan286-Low,287-572 -Moderate,573+-High FineParticles Yesterday14mg/m3 Forecast-Low. Calculatedonmicrogramspercubic metre.Lessthan50-Low,50-74 -Moderate,75+-High Lights High 14-17C (57-63F) Five-day London forecast Mainly dry. Sunny intervals and patchy cloud. Breezy. TOMORROW 17 Fair SUNDAY 17 Rain MONDAY 17 Sunny TUESDAY 17 Cloudy WEDNESDAY 18 Cloudy Tomorrow 15 16 16 15 15 17 17 17 10 10 10 10 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 20 Edinburgh 14C c Manchester 15C c Birmingham 16C cCardiff 15C f Bergen 9C f Oslo 8C f Riga 9C c Warsaw 12C rBerlin 12C r Prague 14C r Munich 17C th Zurich 16C sh Geneva 17C sh Marseille 25C s Rome 22C th Palermo 27C sTunis 27C th Cagliari 25C f Ajaccio 23C sh Barcelona 24C f Madrid 26C s Malaga 26C s Tangier 27C s Faro 25C s Lisbon 24C s Funchal 23C f Tenerife 26C s Palma 25C f Bordeaux 21C sh Bonn 15C shBrussels 15C c Paris 19C f Vienna 21C r Budapest 22C sh Sarajevo 25C s Athens 28C s Stockholm 8C f Gothenburg 10C c Copenhagen 12C dr Amsterdam 15C sh London 17C c Penzance 16C c Belfast 14C c Dublin 15C c Sunsetand lighting-uptimes 6.20pm,rises7.16am Moonrise 9.03pm,sets1.42pm TODAYONAPAGE PLEASE RECYCLE YOUR COPY OF LITE RESPONSIBLY Rules bent on migrant backlog PTHE Home Office was today accused of bending the rules on asylum so it can meet a promise to clear a backlog of 450,000 cases by 2011. A leaked memo said migrants from countries with poor human rights records can be granted leave to remain after being here for a minimum of six years, down from the previous 10 to 12 years. It means 40,000 cases are exempt from deportation. The Home Office says the number is far smaller. Shadow home secretary Chris Grayling said: This looks like double standards. That went down like a pair of knickers... -- Ozzy OsbOurne admits he stole flowers from a grave and gave them to wife sharon, but forgot to remove the in loving memory card Im in Gay Paree -- I swear by the time I leave itll be Hetero Paree or at least Bi Paree -- russell brand, left, on his romantic trip to see new love Katy perry at the french fashion shows I dont like guys my age because they are normally either married or divorced and grumpy, fat and balding -- so thats why MadOnna, 52, dates toyboys 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 Mare Street, Hackney: accident at Victoria Park Road. Oxford Circus: works at Regent St and Oxford St. Finchley Rd, St Johns Wood: works at Queens Grove. Gracechurch Street, City: works at Lombard St. Green Lanes, Finsbury Park: lights out at Myddleton Ave. Hendon Way, Cricklewood: works at Pennine Drive. Brixton Hill, Brixton: works at Effra Rd. Knightsbridge: works at William Street. By using mobile services in Lite you may receive occasional SMS/email messages from Lite and other DMGT Plc companies. You will not be charged for these messages and may opt out by texting STOP to the originating number. QUOTESOFTHEDAY THE FAR SIDE by Gary larsOn PICCadIlly lIne: minor delays due to an earlier faulty train at finsbury park. JubIlee lIne: suspended between wembley park and stanmore due to signal failure. CaMden TOWn: no down escalator until tuesday, access to the platforms by staircase. emmalikedputtingherhairinabun HOUSEHOLDS were told today to brace themselves for the 2,000-a-year energy bill. A major new report by the energy regulator Ofgem claims that the UK will have to spend 200bn over the next decade if the country is to hit greenhouse gas targets and build enough new power stations -- and thousands of wind turbines -- to secure the nations energy supplies. And, Ofgem warns, it is household consumers who will have to pick up the bill. Consumer groups already say current average household energy bills of 1,200 a year are a scandal and at least 100 more than households should be paying. But today Ofgem warned energy prices will rise -- possibly by more than 60 per cent. Chief executive Alistair Buchanan said: Britain faces a tough challenge in maintaining secure supplies while at the same time meeting its climate change targets. These are big challenges. Consumers are already enduring high energy prices. Given the massive levels of investment needed, there is a high likelihood of rising consumer bills. Ofgem says the UK will need to spend the 200bn by 2020 to secure supplies in a volatile global gas market and build new power plants and windfarms to replace dirty coal power stations -- which under EU law have to be decommissioned by 2015. Family energy bills could hit 2,000 at risk: power supplies PRINCE WILLIAM wore military dress for a service of commemoration at St Pauls Cathedral today to mark the end of combat operations in Iraq. Veterans and bereaved families also attended. It came as a British soldier was killed in an explosion in Afghanistan today. Familiestribute totroopsinIraq remembrance: a boy wears his fathers medal at todays service attended by Prince William, right PCHILDRENS Secretary Ed Balls, today insisted he was right to sack Sharon Shoesmith over the Baby P scandal. His QC, James Eadie told the High Court Mr Balls acted for proper, sufficient and obvious reasons and dismissed Ms Shoesmiths claims that he had acted in haste. Mr Balls was responding on the third day of her demand for a judicial review of her sacking on the grounds that the minister, Ofsted and Haringey council acted illegally and unfairly. She was fired as the councils childrens services chief in December after a damning inspectors report on her department in the wake of the death of Peter Connelly at the hands of his mother, her boyfriend and their lodger in August 2007. Mr Eadie said Mr Balls had to act quickly once inspectors reported. A decision was taken against the backdrop of justifiable public concern as to safeguarding arrangements in Haringey and issues of public confidence. The case continues. 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