The Grenfell Tower Inquiry’s first report will not be published until October – months after survivors expected its release.
The publication of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry’s first report has been delayed until October.
Taxpayers should not fund the replacement of Grenfell-style cladding from private tower blocks, a Conservative peer said as the Government announced that it would pay an estimated £200 million to ensure tenants’ safety.
Unsafe Grenfell Tower-style cladding on private residential high-rise blocks will be replaced at the cost of around £200 million funded by the Government, the Ministry of Housing has announced.
Grenfell families have hit out at the “amnesia fix” of corporations during the public inquiry, and called the delay in bringing in urgent fire safety recommendations a farce.
A man accused of filming a burning model of Grenfell Tower that provoked outrage when it was shared online has pleaded not guilty to two charges.
People who live in high-rise flats are being asked to give their views in a public consultation on strengthening fire safety in the buildings.
A 46-year-old man has been charged after a video showing an effigy of the Grenfell Tower being burned was posted online.
A senior Metropolitan Police officer commended for her work helping families affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster has denied failing to report her sister over an alleged child abuse video shared on WhatsApp.
A likely two-year wait for any charges in the criminal investigation into the Grenfell Tower fire has been described as “extremely frustrating and disheartening”.
No charges are likely to be brought in the criminal investigation into the Grenfell Tower fire for at least the next two years.