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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