Wearing a black suit with white shirt, Page called his home an 'irreplaceable treasure', and said: 'My name is Jimmy Page, but that is not important.
I am here to plead that you take all necessary measures to protect the Tower House from the threat of harm it faces from the work proposed.' His intervention led to the decision over granting planning permission to Robbie, who was not at the hearing, to be deferred - a partial victory for the rock star.
Gavin Cox, 57, had filed a lawsuit alleging negligence by David Copperfield and the MGM Grand hotel after saying he suffered brain and body injuries when he fell during one of Copperfield's acts in 2013.
In a series of post-firing tweets, Barr told people not to defend her and claimed she was 'ambien tweeting' when she fired off the comments about Jarrett.
It came after co-stars John Goodman and Sara Gilbert both stepped out looking less than thrilled after learning they had lost their jobs following Barr's earlier Twitter rant.
Shirley, pictured with her father Henry Dennis, right, on her wedding day in 1980, has managed to complete two Open University degrees despite her disability.
The Led Zeppelin guitarist appeared before Kensington councillors personally to object over fears construction work will damage his Grade I listed mansion Tower House in West London.
Pictured: Italian Prime Minister Carlo Cottarelli (left) Luigi Di Maio, (centre), Matteo Salvini (right) and protests in Milan (inset).