MORE than 450 people signed a petition opposing cuts to emergency services over the weekend.
London Mayor Boris Johnson plans to close the front counters at Brentford and Feltham police stations to save money and get more officers on the street.
Meanwhile, London Ambulance Service is in the process of slashing its budget by nearly a fifth by 2015/16 and cuts to services at hospitals across north west London are expected to increase demand at West Middlesex Hospital, in Isleworth.
Labour politicians, including Councillor Ruth Cadbury and Feltham and Heston MP Seema Malhotra, took to the streets of Hounslow and Feltham on Saturday where they collected more than 450 signatures for a petition opposing the cuts.
Ms Malhotra said: I have recently spoken out in parliament against these damaging cuts and
will continue to make sure the medical and emergency needs of families across Feltham and Heston are addressed and central to any change in services.