Firefighters in England and Wales have staged another strike in their row over pensions with the Government.
Fire Brigades Union members walked out for two hours at 6am this morning - their third round of action in recent weeks.
Some brigades, including London, hired contractors to provide cover while others relied on part-time and retained staff.
The dispute is over pension age changes which will see fireighters' retirement age increased from 55 to 60.
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