This 8 March 2019 video from Britain says about itself:
Grenfell: The Deadly Cladding No One is Removing
After the Grenfell fire killed 72 people, many promises were made. Politicians vowed they would never let such a tragedy happen again. But survivors say lessons are not being learned fast enough. 21 months after the fire, 354 buildings in England still have flammable cladding on them. In London, at least 176 high-rise buildings are yet to remove their Grenfell-style cladding.
Residents living at Northpoint in Bromley say they are facing bankruptcy and have been “abandoned” by the government. It comes as police say criminal charges over the Grenfell Tower fire won’t be considered until the end of 2021. Survivors group Grenfell United say they feel “frustrated and disheartened” by the lack of progress.
Another video from Britain used to say about itself:
Krishnan Guru-Murthy Challenges Former Tory [Conservative] Minister Over 74 Falsified Building Fire Inspections
26 June 2017
Former Tory Party Housing and Fire Minister Brandon Lewis is challenged by Krishnan Guru-Murthy over his record with at least 74 tower buildings failing safety standards that were passed as safe when he was minister.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
Inhabitants of flat in Wuppertal moved out due to flammable façade cladding
After the fire in the tower block, which killed at least 79 people, all apartment buildings in Germany are being checked. The evacuation in Wuppertal is the first result of this.