Police and fire services in Northamptonshire could merge in one of the most radical overhauls of emergency services in the country.
Northamptonshire's Police and Crime Commissioner is at the forefront of those calling for reform.
But the Fire Brigades Union is against it - saying the Commissioner should concentrate on running the police force.
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Bonfires and firework displays are being held this weekend despite claims that a four day strike by firefighters is leaving many people 'vulnerable'.
Firefighters across the country have walked out from 6pm on Friday until 6pm on Tuesday in a dispute about pensions.
The Fire Brigade Union says government proposals that firefighters should work until they are 60 instead of 55, pay more into their pensions and get less in retirement, are unfair.
But the Fire Service says contingency plans are in place and there is adequate cover.
Firefighters across our region are set to walk out this morning in a row over retirement ages and pensions.
The strike is due to last for seven hours from 10am to 5pm.
It follows a 24-hour strike earlier this month in the long-running dispute between the Fire Brigades Union and the fire service.
The fire service says "robust contingency arrangements" are in place, but people have been urged to take extra care during the strikes.
There's a warning to all of us for vigilance over the weekend, after firefighters began 3 days of strike action, leaving many areas with only basic cover.
It's the latest action in a long-running dispute over retirement age, pensions and a new fitness test. Fire services say emergencies will beattended.
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Firefighters in Essex say they're going to target areas of the county most likely to suffer from a house fire.
Under a new scheme they'll use information from previous incidents to create profiles of the area most likely to be at risk of a fire.
They'll then target those areas with safety advice and home visits
Firefighters across the region are due to take further strike action.
They're expected to walk out between 6 and 10 o'clock this evening, and tomorrow evening. The dispute is over the terms of firefighter pensions.
It's the latest in a series of strikes over the past few months.
Firefighters across the region have staged another strike today, in a long-running dispute over pensions.
Members of the Fire Brigades' Union walked out at 10am this morning, for four hours.
Gary Noble, from Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue, says that the Union are fighting for a pension that is sustainable and affordable for firefighters.