This 8 July 2017 video from England says about itself:
By Conrad Landin in Britain:
Monday 10th July 2017
“That night they did, deliberately and consciously, risk their lives to save those of others,” Mr Wrack said.
“In those circumstances firefighters simply could not apply the normal practices and procedures,” he added, describing how rescue workers re-entered the building repeatedly against safety regulations.
He said it was a “miracle” that large numbers of his union’s ranks had not perished.
And he argued that a catalogue of government policies, from the underfunding and denigration of social housing to anti-health and safety rhetoric and cuts to fire inspections were to blame.
“This was no act of God,” he added.
“No higher power ordained this could or should happen.
“This is a country that can send remote-controlled guided missiles [in foreign wars] but we can’t keep people safe in their own homes.”
Prison Officers’ Association leader Steve Gillan stormed: “Health and safety isn’t the red tape the media and the Tories would have us believe. Health and safety saves lives.”
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn paid tribute to the emergency service workers who dealt with the disaster.
He condemned the “crocodile tears” of Conservative MPs who praised workers before declining to lift the 1 per cent public-sector pay cap that suppresses wages in real terms.
Mr Corbyn continued: “A Labour government will invest not in luxury homes in the London suburbs. We’ll invest in good-quality housing for those who need it.”
The spread of the fire that was sparked by an appliance at around 1am on June 14 was exacerbated by the combustible panels and cladding on the exterior of the newly refurbished tower owned by [Conservative] Kensington and Chelsea council.