Andrew Dismore (AM): Let us look at some real incidents. You have referred to the Commissioner's proposals but of course they are within the constraints of the budget you have set for him rather than letting him use his free will, but let us look at some real incidents
Boris Johnson (Mayor of London): No, actually --
Andrew Dismore (AM): Let me ask the question. I have not asked the question yet.
Boris Johnson (Mayor of London): Well I think you need to stop talking rubbish.
Darren Johnson (Deputy Chair): No, let the Assembly Member ask the question and then you can answer it.
Andrew Dismore (AM): Let us look at some real incidents this month. The helicopter crash; first attendance was from Clapham - up for closure. The associated crane incident; first attendance Clerkenwell - up for closure. Chelsea second pump - up for removal. Two days later the Victoria Station fire, Westminster Knightsbridge - both up for closure. Big fire in Bayswater, Chelsea's second pump, Knightsbridge Bow - up for closure. Big fire in Belgravia, Knightsbridge and Westminster, first attendance - fire stations up for closure. Fulham, Chelsea's second pump - up for closure. These are real fires this month where those fires will have a lesser attendance as a result of your cuts, the cuts that you intend to impose. How can that not be jeopardising the people of London?