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Apollo Theatre: Almost half fire stations that sent engines set to close

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Three of the eight fire stations that sent engines to the Apollo Theatre last night are set to close in less than three weeks. Westminster, Knightsbridge and Southwark fire stations, whose teams attended the Apollo Theatre ceiling collapse last night, will now close on 9 January 2014 under proposals from
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LABOUR COUNCILS IN BID TO SAVE WESTMINSTER FIRE STATION FROM CLOSURE

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A group of London Labour councils is making a last-ditch appeal to the Secretary of State to halt cuts to 10 Fire Stations, including Westminster Fire Station inGreycoat Place. The Mayor of London decided earlier this month that 10 fire stations will be closed, together with the loss of 14
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LABOUR CAMPAIGNS TO SAVE WESTMINSTER FIRE STATION

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Local Labour activists are continuing to campaign against the Tory Mayor’s plans to close Westminster Fire Station at Greycoat Place SW1. The closure of Westminster’s fire station is part of an overall cuts package across London of 12 fire station closures with a reduction of 18 fire engines and 520firefighters.
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Residents in six Westminster wards will have to wait for more than 6 minutes for a fire engine if Mayor’s Fire Station closures go ahead

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The London Fire Brigade has released details of increased response times for local wards in London, including Westminster, revealing that 6 wards in Westminster will now fall outside of the target response time, due to the Mayor’s decision to cut 12 fire stations (including Westminster Fire Station in Greycoat Place),
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CAMPAIGN FOR WESTMINSTER FIRE STATION

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On 11 January 2013, the London Fire Brigade issued a proposal to close Westminster Fire Station, at Greycoat Place (just off Victoria Street): http://www.london-fire.gov.uk/news/LatestNewsReleases_LSPsavingsproposals-110113.asp We are calling on Westminster City Council to urge the Mayor to keep the station open, particularly in light of concerns that this will result in a
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