Wednesday, 12 August 2009 London Lite Fast talkAninstant interview with... MICHELLE WILLIAMS The Destinys Child singer and actress, 29, lives near Chicago but is currently based in east London while shes starring in the musical Chicago. Spice Girls or Girls Aloud? The Spice Girls were such great role models for Destinys Child. We loved that they were a strong, female group that became a megastar brand. Black cab or Tube? Ive not yet been on the Tube, so I must. Im loving those black cabs though. Broadway or the West End? Theyre different experiences. Broadway is close to home, but Im learning a lot here. London or New York? London, because Im here now and loving the people and the place. Champagne or a cup of char? My favourite drink is ginger and lemon tea. David Beckham or A-Rod? David is so handsome and has a great sense of style. Beyonc or Kelly Rowland? Thats so mean. I would never choose one over the other. If this were a life or death question Id have to die. Piers Morgan or Simon Cowell? Id love to have lunch with Simon (right) and pick his brains about the music business to find out what he really thinks. Michelle Williams is playing Roxie Hart in Chicago at the Cambridge Theatre until 22 August. See chicago themusical. com for more details. Julie Cross Jokebox.........Shaylerto beevicted FORMER MI5 whistleblower David Shayler has been ordered to leave the National Trust property in which he is squatting. Shayler, who now dresses as a woman, calls himself Dolores and claims on his website that he is the Messiah, joined other squatters at the Surrey farmhouse earlier this year. A judge at Guildford County Court said he would make an order for Hackhurst Farmhouse, Abinger, to be possessed after stating that the squatters were trespassing on the property. by KAREN ATTWOOD Disaster: last months fire at Lakanal House Camberwell fire: another 3 blocks are deathtraps Southwark to make a string of changes to three council blocks, including the neighbouring block to Lakanal House, the site of the devastating fire that killed six people, including Catherine Hickman, 31, and three children, last month. The council has been told the buildings do not comply with regulations and it must now reassess fire doors, escape routes and fire-resistant materials. Southwark has allegedly failed to pro- vide a document showing it carried out an adequate statutory fire risk assess- ment for Lakanal House itself, a claim that will put huge political pressure on the authority for a public inquiry. Cabinet minister and local MP Harriet Harman has backed calls for a probe. The council refused to comment on the Lakanal House assessment while the police probe into the fire continues. All council tenants in the block, who have had to leave, will receive 4,700 compensa- tion each, while home owners will get the value of their property plus 10 per cent. Victim: Catherine Hickman SOUTHWARK Council has been ordered to install better fire safety measures in three blocks of flats in the wake of the fatal Camberwell blaze. The London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority has secretly served enforcement notices around the borough, after it found the blocks breached fire safety rules. The legal orders call on 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.html