Baring her sole: Alesha Dixons shoes still had the price tag on at the Ts For The Trust charity party in Oxford Street last night London Lite Thursday, 12 November 2009 21 WWW.HARRYBROWNTHEMOVIE.COM 18CONTAINSVERYSTRONGLANGUAGE,STRONG VIOLENCE,HARDDRUGUSEANDSEX ONE MAN WILL TAKE A STAND IN CINEMAS NOW HARRYBROWN MICHAEL CAINE IS BRILLIANTTHE SUN AMUST-SEELOADED EVERYONESHOULDSEEIT... MASTERFULPERFORMANCE DYLAN JONES, LIVE - MAIL ON SUNDAY GQ TRULYAWESOMEFRONT Empty Eurostar terminal costs taxpayer 13m HERES the proof that Alesha Dixon is not quite as well-heeled as we thought. The Strictly Come Dancing judge left the price tag on the sole of one of her high heels at an event last night. But far from being glamorous Christian Louboutins, the tag revealed they were a rather more modestly priced pair at 79.99. The 31-year-old singer was at the River Island Ts For The Trust party in Oxford Street, in aid of the Princes Trust, and she said she is now loving her time on the Strictly judging panel. She added: The first episode was like going to war. It was awful. But now everyone is like family and I am absolutely loving it and everyone has been supportive. I get a lot of positive emails and people writing in. I want to carry on judging into next year and for as long as I can. by kevin widdop Ghost trains: the disused Waterloo International station, costing 2m a year TAXPAYERS are being hit with a 2m-a-year bill to keep the defunct Waterloo International station mothballed. The cost for the ghost Eurostar terminal is set to total up to 13m by the time it reopens. MPs were stunned by the bill, which is far higher than estimated. Millions of commuters will despair at why money is being spent on keeping these platforms empty instead of improving their daily travel to work, said shadow London minister Justine Greening. The 135m terminal closed after Eurostar services moved to St Pancras two years ago. But the platforms are not due to be used again before 2013/14, when it is planned that domestic services will move in. Network Rail wants 54m to convert it. By then the bill for security, main- tenance and general operations since the terminals closure will come to between 10m and 13m. Ms Greening urged Transport Secretary Lord Adonis to bring the terminal back into use for local services more swiftly, to tackle overcrowding and delays suffered by the 300,000 daily passengers who use Waterloo. Its bad enough that these plat- forms are not being used, but fork- ing out 2m a year to keep them unused is a huge waste, Ms Greening added. A Transport Department spokes- man said ways to integrate Waterloo International with domestic use were being discussed. He added: The British Rail Board is required to keep the facility safe, secure and serviceable in the interim. StrictlyAleshaputsa priceonlookinggood 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.html48.html49.html50.html51.html52.html53.html54.html55.html56.html57.html58.html59.html