Fifty people had to be rescued following a fire in block of flats in north Kensington.Read the full story ›
Around 60 firefighters are currently dealing with a fire on the fourth floor of a block in Kensington.
Crews were called earlier this morning to the building on Appleford Road.
The Fire Brigade tweeted that one flat on the fourth floor was alight.
This story will be updated as we get more details.
Eight fire engines are currently dealing with a fire in a block of flats in north Kensington.
London Fire Brigade tweeted a short time ago that it was dealing with a fire on Appleford Road.
This story will be updated when we have more details.
London Fire Brigade pulled out all the stops to rescue a horse that fell into a ditch a day before the Grand National.
Firefighters said the horse, called Cody, was distressed by the accident but didn't seem to have any injuries.
They were called just before 1.30pm this afternoon to Anderson Way in Belvedere, and it took an hour and a half to pull Cody out, who by then was covered head to hoof in mud.
Cody is now back with his owners and being checked over by a vet - but definitely won't be joining in the race tomorrow.
London Fire Brigade is warning landlords of high rise buildings in the capital they must do more to protect their tenants from fire.
New figures reveal there are on average nearly two fires a day in purpose built flats in London, while half of high rise residents are still likely to make potentially lethal decisions in the event of a fire in their block.
The Brigade has produced a new video as part of the Know the Plan campaign.
It was launched following a recommendation to increase public awareness of fire safety for people living in high rise buildings, after the 2009 Lakanal tower block fire in Camberwell, in which six people died.
The Government has been accused of refusing to negotiate with firefighters ahead of a fresh strike over pensions.
Members of the Fire Brigades Union will walk out for 24 hours from 7am tomorrow, forcing brigades across the country to put contingency plans in place.
The union says improvements have been made in Wales, Scotland and Ireland but not England.
London Fire Brigade has released new figures for the buildings with the worst record for false alarm call outs from automatic systems.Read the full story ›
Ten fire engines and around 70 firefighters and officers were called to a blaze at an industrial estate on Orwell Close in Rainham just after 9pm yesterday.
The fire badly damaged a range of single-storey industrial buildings, including units used for glass manufacturing. No one was injured.
A cordon was put in place because a number of gas cylinders were involved in the fire. Crews cooled them down as some cylinders can explode when exposed to heat.
Fire engines from Romford, Hornchurch, Dagenham, Ilford, Barking, East Ham, Wennington and Harold Hill fire stations were at the scene.
The fire was under control by 3.11am today. The cause is being investigated.
Parents are being warned after a toy car caught fire because it was being charged with the wrong equipment.Read the full story ›
Part of a school's ceiling has collapsed in Chelsea. The school on Manresa Road is thought to be the private GEMS Hampshire School. No one was trapped by the debris. London Fire Brigade and London Ambulance Service attended the scene.