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On April Fool's Day, the Brigade is asking people to use a little bit of common sense to help avoid unnecessary calls
Bedroom blazes are at the highest level for five years - fit smoke alarms in bedrooms it could save your life
Assistant Commissioners Richard Mills and Andy Roe have been named as the new Deputy Commissioners
The Mayor of London visited Dockhead Fire Station on 20th March to see a showcase of some of our new equipment, including our new uniforms, fire escape hoods, WASP devices, drones and fire investigation dogs.
The London Fire Brigade Pop-up Museum has been nominated for 'Best in Learning' in the Hoop Awards 2019.
New figures show 71 people have died and more than 700 people have been injured as a result of fires caused by smoking in London in the last five years.
The Met Office is predicting gusts of up to 50mph in the capital
London Fire Brigade has outlined how the Government can make buildings safer in its response to the post Grenfell Tower fire consultation on Approved Document B (ADB) of the building regulations
Two-thirds (66%) of Londoners say they would feel unsafe living in a high rise block of fats that didn’t have sprinklers a new YouGov poll released today shows.
An off duty firefighter has been commended by Royal Humane Award for saving the life of a holiday maker.