London Fire Brigade
Fire and Rescue service in London
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The London Fire Brigade (LFB) is the fire and rescue service for London, the capital of the United Kingdom. It was formed by the Metropolitan Fire Brigade Act 1865, under the leadership of superintendent Eyre Massey Shaw. It has 5,992 staff, including 5,096 operational firefighters and officers based at 102 fire stations.
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'Toxic culture' of London Fire Brigade revealed - with abuse disguised as 'banter'A damning report has exposed the "toxic culture" within the London Fire Brigade - with pornographic videos, helmets filled with urine and racist bullying among the abuse staff have endured.
London Fire Brigade 'institutionally misogynist and racist'The London Fire Brigade is "institutionally misogynist and racist" with a "toxic culture that allows bullying and abuse", an independent review has found.
Jade Konkel: Scotland and Harlequins back row to train as firefighterScotland and Harlequins number eight Jade Konkel is "taking some time away from rugby" to train with London Fire Brigade.
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