DEREGULATION and privatisation are to blame for the Grenfell Tower inferno and justice must be served for the victims and survivors, Diane Abbott said at the Labour conference yesterday.
The shadow home secretary insisted the fire, which was fuelled by combustible cladding installed on...
Monday 25th Sep 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
457 fire survivors and witnesses in need of ‘urgent’ treatment for PTSD
Saturday 23rd Sep 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Coppers consider criminal charges over fire
Wednesday 20th Sep 2017
Inquiry chief walks out on residents’ lawyer in ‘cold and clinical’ launch of fire probe
Friday 15th Sep 2017
posted by Will Stone in Britain
Three months to the day after the worst fire in England for over half a century, ANN CZERNIK questions how such
dangerous materials were ever installed on Grenfell Tower
Thursday 14th Sep 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
by Felicity Collier
A COMMUNITY justice group filed an urgent application for a judicial review of the official Grenfell fire inquiry yesterday.
BME Lawyers 4 Grenfell, which is made up of black minority ethnic legal specialists, community groups and survivors, has...
Wednesday 13th Sep 2017
Spoken-word artist POTENT WHISPER talks to Bethany Rielly about the disaster that exposed the deep and dangerous divisions splitting Britain down the middle
posted by Morning Star in Arts
A ONE-YEAR immigration amnesty offered to undocumented residents of the Grenfell Tower have been given an extra three months to come forward, the Home Office announced yesterday.
Those who survived the west London tower block blaze and had been living in the country without official...
Saturday 2nd Sep 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
THE family of a Grenfell Tower resident who was con- firmed dead yesterday said they have been left with a “gaping hole in our hearts that can never be filled.”
Denis Murphy, 56, is believed to have become trapped on the 14th floor of the burning block when the fi re broke...
Thursday 31st Aug 2017
Years of cuts have left the Scottish fire and rescue service dangerously understaffed, with over 700 front-line firefighters’ jobs lost since 2013, says DENISE CHRISTIE
Tuesday 29th Aug 2017