London Grenfell Tower disaster, will there be arrests?

This video from England says about itself:

27 July 2017


Police investigating the Grenfell Tower fire say there are grounds to suspect corporate manslaughter may have been committed.

In a letter to residents affected by the disaster, the Metropolitan Police said both Kensington and Chelsea Council and the Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation could be prosecuted.

Charlotte Lomas reports.

How about police prosecuting Boris Johnson, now Britain’s Conservative Foreign Secretary, who sacked so many firefighters when he was mayor of London? How about police prosecuting David Cameron, who as Conservative Prime Minister was so proud he was ‘killing safety culture’?

This video from England says about itself:

Matt Wrack, FBU: After the Grenfell disaster we need justice, we need answers. East London People’s Assembly

26 July 2017

George Monbiot, Guardian journalist and campaigner, will join Tower Hamlets residents to discuss how to solve the housing crisis.

We need an alternative to: · Unsafe homes · Unaffordable housing · Privatisation · Deregulation · Profiteering

Join George Monbiot, ex-Grenfell resident Mona Kamal, Rushanara Ali MP (invited), Eileen Short, national Chair of Defend Council Housing (DCH), Matt Wrack, Fire Brigades Union General Secretary, housing campaigners and others.

This video from England shows George Monbiot’s speech at that meeting.

This video from England shows Mona Kamal’s speech at that meeting.

This video from England shows Rushanara Ali’s speech at that meeting.

This video from England shows Eileen Short’s speech at that meeting.

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