London Lite Wednesday, 28 October 2009 21 oneills.co.uk Quality food, Simply Cooked At ONeills were proud of the food we serve. Take our Irish Beef Burger from our great value Taste of Ireland range, or one of our simply cooked grill dishes. Whatever you choose, sit back and enjoy our Irish hospitality. Pricing may vary by region. London ONeills offer Taste of Ireland dishes from 3.49/3.99 and grill dishes from 5.99, excluding Carnaby Street which is priced from 4.89 and 6.99 respectively. This offer is not available at London Drury Lane ONeills or Stansted Airport. Please see menu in outlet for full details. OCT/3 GRILLS At ONeills w Take our Irish Taste of Irel cooked gril 3.99FROM 5.99FROM Firebrigade tochargefee forliftrescueOwnersofstuckelevatorswillpay THE comic rapped by the BBC for mocking Rebecca Adlington has done it again. Frankie Boyle insulted the double Olympic gold swimmer on BBC2s Mock The Week last year, saying she looked like someone looking at them- selves in the back of a spoon. Now Boyle, 37, who has quit the show, has compared her to a beagle and blamed the producers for asking the panel to comment on the Olympics. He said: Two wars, swine flu and the economy down the toilet. And what do they send us? A photo of Rebecca Adlington. What are you going to write, apart from the fact she looks like a beagle? The BBC Trust ruled his first gag offensive. Boyles beagle jibe at golden Rebecca PLEAS for firefighters to rescue people trapped in lifts are growing at such a rate that the owners of buildings are to be slapped with a new call-out charge. Brian Coleman, chairman of the London Fire And Emergency Planning Authority, said the fee will apply to those who make persistent, non-emergency requests. Firefighters will always attend genuine emergencies where people are shut in lifts and other means of rescue are not available, he added. However, it doesnt make sense for us to waste firefighters time and public resources releasing people where there has not been an emergency. Sometimes we are called repeatedly to release people from the same building. Lift owners need to make proper provisions. Lift engineers are able to sort out the problem in many cases. Londons firefighters were called out 14,000 times in the last year to rescue people trapped in lifts, at a cost of 4.1m. One in 10 calls was for help in opening faulty lift doors. There were 122 properties attended more than 10 times in the year -- some more than 30 times. A charge of 260 will now be made on and after the 10th lift release at the same building in a 12-month period. Mr Coleman said: Each call takes up the time of a fire engine and crew, and the knock-on effect is a reduction in attending emergencies. Olympic winner: Rebecca Adlington by kevin widdop 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.html44.html45.html46.html47.html