London Lite Tuesday, 10 November 2009 Inbrief Retire at 60 and you feel like 50 RETIRING makes you feel 10 years younger, a study claims. Swedish and French researchers say people giving up work feel healthier because mental pressures and the risk of conditions such as backache and neck pain decline. Retiring early helps -- the benefits last up to 10 years but diminish if you work past your mid-sixties, the study says. Christmas Tube strike signalled THE threat of Christmas Tube strikes increased dramatically today after peace talks at conciliation service Acas broke up in acrimony, with the TSSA, the only union to have accepted a two- year pay and conditions deal, accusing London Underground of reneging on the offer. The RMT and Unite unions have already announced strike ballots. Dream shop for Marmite lovers BRITAINS first shop devoted to Marmite has opened in Regent Street. The three-floor store will be open over Christmas into the new year selling more than 100 gifts, all themed on the spread with the slogan Love it or hate it. A caf will sell just Marmite toast or crumpets and tea and there will be events such as Vegemite vs Marmite taste-offs for fans. Hammers star denies assault WEST HAM defender Calum Davenport today pleaded not guilty to the charge of assaulting his sister in an incident which saw him later stabbed in both legs. Davenport, 26, of Bedford, is accused of causing actual bodily harm to Cara Davenport, 28, in August. His case was adjourned until 12 January. His sisters boyfriend, Worrell Whitehurst, 25, is charged with attacking him. We thought 45m call wastosay:Youre fired E Continued from Page 1 in before we got on the phone to Camelot. The following day the couple celebrated their Euromillions win by having lunch with Mrs Scaddings mother in a local restaurant. Mr Scadding, who has three grown-up children from his first marriage, said: We ordered a couple of bottles of champagne and just had a quiet chat about it all, and tried to let it all sink in. He is a qualified mechanic and had been looking for temporary driving contracts. His wife runs her own marketing company from home. One of its slogans is working as little or as often as you need. She said: Ive been working 12-hour days recently. This win means I can take my foot off the pedal and relax a bit. Mr Scadding revealed he is lucky to be alive after beating cancer five years ago -- and plans to enjoy every minute of their winnings. He said his first purchase will probably be a Range Rover Sport to replace his Citroen C5. The couple plan to move to a bigger house, but say they may well stay in South Wales. They also want to buy a holiday home a n d a r e p l a n n i n g a b r e a k i n Barbados. Meanwhile, a group of Liverpool IT workers known as the Magnificent Seven were celebrating winning 45,570,835.50, the rest of the share of the UKs biggest ever Lottery prize. Syndicate leader John Walsh, 57, said that when he phoned his fellow mem- bers to tell them about the win, they thought he was calling to break the news that they had lost their jobs. He said: I couldnt sleep on Sunday morning, so ended up checking the numbers on Teletext at 3am. But when I called everyone, I didnt quite get the response I expected. Everyone has been worried about their jobs, so they thought I was calling to say they had been made redundant. Thankfully I got to tell them some good news instead. The other six syndicate members, who work for Hewlett Packard, are James Bennett, 28, Sean Connor, 32, Alex Parry, 19, Emma Cartwright, 23, Ceri Scullion, 35, and Donna Rhodes, 39, who each bank 6.5m. As news of their windfall spread, workers were seen tossing 20 notes from a third-floor window while one waved a placard which read: Im minted. An eighth member had pulled out of the group days before the win because he was too broke to pay for the ticket. The Magnificent Seven: a syndicate of Liverpool IT workers, who will each receive around 6.5m from their win, are unveiled today Covered up: one of the seven winners disguises his identity last night 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