London Grenfell Tower people killed by cheap flammable cladding


This video from Britain says about itself:

Grenfell Tower: Cladding Corp Removes Evidence

15 June 2017

Grenfell Tower fire is ‘corporate manslaughter’ and arrests must be made, says [Labour] MP David Lammy.

Tory [Conservative] MPs Who Voted AGAINST making properties “fit for human habitation”: here.

Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:

Among the British people, anger is rising about reports that the insulation material on the outer walls of the Grenfell Tower in London was of a cheap and flammable type. Both The Guardian and The Times write today about the material used.

So, even Rupert Murdoch’s Times now has to admit that for a tiny moment, they have to stop their incessant propaganda for all what big corporations, Conservative minsters and Conservative local councils like in Kensington where the Grenfell Tower disaster is, do.

The material used was 2 pounds sterling per square meter cheaper than a similar, better and less inflammable type. If 5,000 pounds more would have been spent, then the fire would not have had such fatal consequences.

The company that did the facade cladding confirms that the cheaper type of material was used.

Grenfell Tower fire: Cladding used on block ‘was banned in US’: here.

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