Firefighters who have been on the frontline of the fight against Coronavirus in the longest sustained operation London Fire Brigade has seen since the Blitz are to be recognised for their work.
Today we've committed our Mobile Shelters to help doctors get Covid vaccines to Londoners. They will be used in densely populated areas where residents have limited access to transport routes.
The Health and Safety Executive has appointed Peter Baker as the new Chief Inspector of Buildings
“Don’t take your eyes off the ‘flipping’ pan” warn firefighters as cooking fires fall by around 33 per cent
Brigade responds to latest HMICFRS report
The Adventures of Frankie the Fire Dog children's book created for caseworkers in every fire and rescue service
On International Day of Women and Girls in Science, the Brigade proudly introduces #firesciencefive
The Brigade's priority has always been the safety of Londoners and anything which speeds up the remediation of fire safety issues in the built environment is a step in the right direction.
The mum of a firefighter has been praised for her quick actions to alert neighbours to a fire which officers said could easily have been fatal.
One of our firefighters was attacked while attending a fire at a block of flats in Thornton Heath overnight.