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London Fire Brigade reiterates that it is essential to have working smoke detectors in your home
Sexist firefighter stereotypes on television and in the media are effecting women's career choices.
The major fire at Shepherds Court in west London in August 2016 was caused by a tumble dryer and destroyed five homes
London Fire Brigade has written to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) regarding the ban on combustible materials being used on building exteriors
The first strategy for the Office for Product Safety and Standards (OPSS), published today, covers key areas the Brigade has spent years lobbying for as part of its Total Recalls campaign.
Our submission outlined the numerous ways that building regulations and fire safety system is currently broken
We're campaigning for sprinklers in schools. There were a total of 90 fires in preschools, nurseries, primary schools and secondary schools in 2017, up from 67 in 2016
London Fire Commissioner, Dany Cotton has written to all London councils requesting a temporary BBQ ban in public parks
There was a delay calling 999 in 2 out of 5 house and flat fires in the capital according to the latest Fire Facts report by London Fire Brigade.
Tower Hamlets Borough Commander Steve Dudeney began his career aged 14 making tea for crews at Poplar Fire Station