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More than a THIRD of London’s fire engines were out of action on Christmas Day due to lack of staff


More than a THIRD of London’s 142 fire engines were out of action on Christmas Day due to lack of staff as union blames Covid, a recruitment freeze and government cuts

  • 50 out of 142 vehicles were unable to run during the day shift on December 25
  • The need for fire and rescue generally increases between Bonfire Night and NYE
  • As a result, many fear the shortage could have a ‘serious impact’ on the capital 










More than a third of London’s fire engines were out of action on Christmas Day due to a lack of staff. 

There were 50 fire engines out of 142 (35 per cent) that were not able to run during the day shift on December 25, according to the Fire Brigades Union (FBU).

The union blames a combination of…



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