The firefighting effort to contain a massive blaze on the capital’s streets is facing some serious challenges.
London Fire Brigade says it is working to control the fire, which is threatening the City Centre area.
It is currently the largest fire to hit London in years.
Its growth has been a key factor behind the government’s decision to take on the Fire Brigades’ Association.
The council has announced that it will not be renewing the firefighters’ contract.
Firefighters have been asked to remain in the centre of the city for the duration of the fire.
Residents have been told to stay away from the area, which has seen major traffic disruptions.
Flames are burning near Parliament Square in London on March 28, 2020.
A firefighter stands on a fire engine near Parliament on March 29, 2020, in central Britain.
An aerial view of Parliament Square on March 30, 2020 in central England.
There have been a number of fires in London in recent years, including the massive fire that engulfed London’s Olympic Park in 2013.
In 2017, the number of fire incidents in London hit an all-time high, with more than 600 fires burning across the capital, the BBC reported.
Officials said the number was down on last year, but the government said the increase in fire incidents had been driven by a higher number of arson attacks.
More than 200 people were injured in the blaze, which started in a flat near St James’s Palace and has since spread to the Houses of Parliament and other buildings in the capital.
No one was immediately killed in the fire on Parliament Square.
Last week, fire crews battling the blaze were called to the scene of a blaze on Parliament Street, in the City of London.
Two people died in the incident, which was later confirmed as a “major incident” in the Metropolitan Police.
Three firefighters died when their helicopter crashed near the Houses to Parliament on Monday, the London Fire Brigade said.
Despite the fire’s size, it has been helped by the efforts of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and the British Red Cross.
As the fire continues to grow, it is expected to grow and spread to a number other properties in the city, including a building in the Kensington area.
The fire has prompted the London Ambulance Service to close down the Thames Water, which normally carries a lot of the smoke, but due to the firefighting efforts the service will be able to continue operations.
Earlier in the day, fire officials said it was still “likely” that the blaze would not be extinguished within a week.
At the moment, crews have been working around the clock to try and contain the blaze.
With many of London’s buildings and properties under fire, many residents have opted to stay home from work to help, London Mayor Sadiq Khan said.
“I think a lot more people than usual are thinking about the safety of their family and friends and the safety and security of their homes,” he said.