Rebel members of London's fire authority are set to back down in their battle with Boris Johnson over cuts.
Labour has submitted a motion to the LFEPA (London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority) Urgency Committee meeting now agreeing to obey a mayoral directive.
The Labour amendment says it is not in Londoners' interests to spend financial resources on litigation.
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Kent Police said they believe the driver had been asked to leave the club following an altercation.
Emergency services were called to South Street in Enfield this morning, but the victim was pronounced dead around 30 minutes later.
Scores of flights were cancelled and drivers were warned to take care as the "mini beast from the east" swept in.