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The museum will include a glass partition allowing visitors to see inside the working fire station next door
We are urging Londoners to #Call999BeforeYouFilm after seeing an increase in people filming emergency incidents rather than calling 999.
This year alone, we have attended 57 fires in schools in the capital and new figures released by the Brigade show that not a single school had an automatic fire suppression system fitted.
A new building safety regulatory system needs to be designed to prevent tragedies rather than reacting to them, warn London Fire Brigade today
Some of London Fire Brigade’s fittest firefighters headed to Hertfordshire this weekend to compete in the British Firefighter Challenge.
People are at risk from slow action to improve building safety
Three people drown in the capital on Tuesday. Stay out open water during the heatwave.
Firefighters have joined families of the victims of the Dudgeon’s Wharf disaster to mark the 50th anniversary of the tragedy
One act of foolishness can have devastating consequences – that’s the serious reminder from firefighters on the first anniversary of London’s biggest ever grass fire
A care home where a resident died after a fire in his room had already been warned by London Fire Brigade about fire safety failings.