Details released of proposed fire service cutbacks
London Fire Brigade is facing massive cuts as it works out how to save over £65 million from its budget.
It has produced various plans, one of which would see a quarter of the capital's fire stations closing and 800 firefighters losing their jobs.
Paul Embery of the Fire Brigades Union said if it was felt cutbacks were jeopardising safety, union members would be mobilised.
Labour London Assembly Member Fiona Twycross, a member of the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority, said: "It's far too much and far too quickly."
There is flash photography from the start of this report from BBC London's political correspondent Karl Mercer.