I've just finished listening to Brian Coleman's extraordinary encounter with James O'Brien on LBC this morning.
You can listen to it from about 90 minutes in here, but if you haven't got the time the Standard's Ross Lydall has an excellent summary.
The interview exposes the fact that Coleman is indeed considering plans to cut fire engines despite the categorical denials given by both Boris Johnson and Coleman at last week's Mayor's Questions:
Ross Lydall also reveals the details of an off-air exchange in which Coleman disloyally accuses Boris of "hanging [him] out to dry."
Coleman also apparently tried to smear O'Brien's mental health but I guess that kind of thing is to be expected from Coleman unfortunately.
But all of that aside the key point is that the man Boris has entrusted to look after London's fire service is a confirmed and disloyal liar.