Tuesday, 20 October 2009 London Lite Handsets subject to availability. Based on information available at time of going to press. Terms and conditions apply. great 3G phones, great 3G network Do more on the move with an exclusive range of multimedia devices on the UKs biggest 3G network, covering more people than any other. HTC Hero GraphiteSamsung i8910HD Motorola DEXT find out more at orange.co.uk/3G Drinktonight ...inruralstyle The Marlborough Enjoy a relaxing evenings drinking in what could feel like a shire town if you squint. just a stones throw from the beautiful, unspoilt heathland of Richmond Park, The Marlborough has a garden and conservatory and a country pub feel. El Coto Rioja Blanco is 3.90 a glass, theres decent gastropub fare and a BBQ, too. 46 Friars Stile Road, TW10 (0208 940 8513) Chris Beanland Read1,ooosofpubandrestaurant reviewsandbookonlineat thisislondon.co.uk/lite The spaniarDs inn HaMPsTEads old coaching inn is perched up on the heath -- and the amount of trees and open space around here makes you feel as if youre 50 miles from London. Incredibly, though, youre actually on the Camden borough boundary. drink real ales like Brains, Harveys and Landlord (3.10 to 3.70) and chat about the historic figures, such as dick Turpin, who have popped in. Spaniards Road, Hampstead Heath, NW3 (020 8731 8406) weB leak names 11,000 alleged far-right extremists Gay MPs given green light to tie knot in House of Commons medicsand soldiers on BnP list of members CIVIL partnership ceremonies will be allowed to take place in the House of Commons after Speaker John Bercow signalled today he is to give permission. In a groundbreaking symbol of equality, he plans to open the doors of Westminster to same-sex partnership ceremonies for MPs. The move by the new Speaker, who is determined to bring in reforms to show Parliament is modern and inclusive, would provide gay couples with an equivalent to the traditional right of MPs and peers to marry in the ancient crypt chapel under the Commons. One potential venue is Speakers House, one of Britains grandest private apartments. However, security issues could rule it out and other possible stately rooms are being looked at. Gordon Brown today made a separate call for civil partnerships to be held within the Palace of Westminster for the same reasons, without specifying a venue. by kevin widdop Private: Mr Griffin will be on Question Time this week A DOCUMENT apparently listing thousands of British National Party members was posted on the internet today. They include former senior members of the military, doctors and professors, according to the spreadsheet posted on the WikiLeaks website. The document gives details of 11,811 apparent members, includ- ing names, addresses, and tele- phone numbers. A BNP spokesman said he could not confirm that the list was genuine, adding that mem- bership was a private matter. He accused the media of trying to derail the BNP, saying: The timing of it, just before Question Time, is suspicious. If the document is authentic, it will be the second time the partys membership data has been made public in a year. The apparent leak also came as former military heavyweights joined forces to warn that the Armed Forces were in danger of being hijacked by far-Right groups. The alleged BNP membership list includes retired majors and at least one former senior Royal Navy officer. But James Bethell, director of anti-BNP campaign Nothing British, said there were no more than a few dozen Armed Forces veterans in the party. The military do a good job of keeping the BNP out of the serv- ing forces, he said. Meanwhile the BBCs govern- ing body is to review the decision to allow BNP leader Nick Griffin to appear on Question Time. He was invited on Thursdays show. 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.html