London Lite Monday, 2 November 2009 TheCircuscrossing BON JOVI have upset fans by charging almost 1,300 for the best seats at their Docklands residency. The band is set to play 10 dates at The O2 in June and tickets range from 45 for seats at the back and in upper tiers to 200 for floor seats in the front block. But tickets for the front row of Pit 1, almost within touching distance of the stage, cost 1,275.03 each. Angry fans said they felt betrayed by frontman Jon Bon Jovis band, who last night performed their new single, We Werent Born To Follow, on The X Factor. Writing on Bon Jovis official website, one said she had been a fan of the Livin On A Prayer rockers for 24 years. Have they not heard of the recession? she added. Another said: The prices are ludicrous. You let us down, guys. by georgina littlejohn OxfordStreetopensfirstDIAGONALpedestriansystem Inbrief Fiery Jordansa hotbonfiredate KATIE PRICE will be burnt at the stake at a bonfire party on Saturday. A papier mch effigy of the 31- year-old glamour model, who is also known as Jordan, is set to go up in flames in Kent, after the Edenbridge Bonfire Society hinted at the name of this years victim. Jonathan Ross and Saddam Hussein effigies have been burnt in the past. Williams first royal trip to Oz PRINCE WILLIAM will visit Australia and New Zealand early next year for his first official overseas trip. The prince will be representing the Queen for a week as he steps up his royal duties. The 27-year-old will be in Auckland and Wellington from 17 to 19 January before travelling to Australia for a three-day visit to Sydney and Melbourne. Card that means comfy train trip SOUTHERN has become the first rail company in Britain to ensure disabled or pregnant passengers get a seat by launching a priority card. Specially designated priority seats can be used by anyone at any time but passengers must give up their seats to those carrying the card. Customers have to apply for the card and anyone who qualifies can use it on any Southern service. Gay MP: Illwed in the Commons EUROPE Minister Chris Bryant plans to be the first MP to have a gay wedding in the House of Commons. The former trainee vicar and his partner Jared Cranney hope to have a civil partnership ceremony in the Speakers House next March. Speaker John Bercow is keen but is looking into the legal and practical problems. Walk this way: shoppers and commuters trying revamped Oxford Circus today. Shop worker Lisa Ekwurtzel, left, said: The streets are wider, it can only be a good thing 1,300aticket?Wehaventaprayer,sayBonJovifans Cym-bolic: Mayor Boris today SHOPPERS were the first to try Oxford Streets revolutionary Oxford Cir-cross today -- a junc- tion that really is a traffic-stopper. Westminster council has renovated Oxford Circus based on the scramble crossing design of Shibuya in Tokyo, which stops vehicles in all directions to let pedestrians cross. Mayor Boris Johnson unveiled the diagonal crossing by striking a huge cymbal. Barriers and other street furniture have been ripped out and remodelled, making the junction capable of handling double the present number of 200m shoppers and workers every year. Half a kilo- metre of both Regent Street and Oxford Street is also being rede- signed, with wider pavements and new lighting. York stone has been used on the pavements, coated with a chemical to help make removing chewing gum easier. The redesign has increased pavement space by 69 per cent. The Mayor said: We have brought one of the worlds greatest crossroads into the 21st century. Lisa Ekwurtzel, 18, a shop assist- ant from Marble Arch, said: I can see why people would think theres more chance of getting hit by traffic, but I dont think it will be more dangerous than before. The streets are wider, which can only be a good thing. But not many people are going across the middle. 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.html