This video from England says about itself:
29 June 2017
Interview with Joe Delaney from the Grenfell Action Group on judge Sir Martin Moore-Bick‘s appointment to lead the Grenfell Tower fire inquiry. “As local residents have said, if we joined the DUP we’d be listened to more because it seems that Theresa May‘s attention is only focused on things that will keep Theresa May in Downing Street, she spent 1 and a half billion to keep her home; they were unwilling to spend £5,000 to ensure ours didn’t burn down”.
Speaking after the meeting with Sir Martin, Joe Delaney, from the Grenfell Action Group, said he “seems a genuine guy” but “seems to want to keep the scope very narrow… while we are more looking at why was it started in the first place, why were residents ignored?”
By Lamiat Sabin in Britain:
Wednesday 20th September 2017
Coppers consider criminal charges over fire
Detective Chief Inspector Matt Bonner told reporters that the investigation would deal with “whatever offences come to light.”
“The kind of stuff I would envisage we may come across would involve offences perhaps of fraud, misconduct offences, health and safety breaches, breaches of fire safety regulations and of course offences of manslaughter, whether that be on a corporate or an individual level.”
Police have seized 31 million documents and 2,500 exhibits as part of their investigation so far. They have identified 2,400 individuals to question and taken more than 1,000 statements.
Some 336 organisations have been identified as having “varying degrees of involvement” in the construction, refurbishment and management parts of the investigation.
Commander Stuart Cundy said 60 of the estimated 80 people killed by the June 14 fire have been formally identified, adding that the exact number would be uncertain until the investigation was complete.
Detective Superintendent Fiona McCormack said a lot of the remains are “very fragmented,” with only “a small piece of bone or tissue” being used to identify victims.
Forensic examination of the tower will run into the new year, followed by lab testing.
The TUC is publishing new fire safety guidance for trade union representatives today.
It sets out the law, explains what is required from a thorough fire safety assessment and looks at how to implement fire safety policies in buildings — especially those with flammable cladding and insulation similar to that installed in Grenfell Tower.
TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady said: “We must never see a repeat of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. The government needs to act now and ensure that all high-rise buildings are safe, including those used as workplaces.
“Union reps have a key role to play in pressing employers to make sure that their buildings are safe.”
See also here.
Grenfell Tower fire eyewitnesses: “It’s because of our class—we are the lowest socioeconomic class on the food chain”: here.
Survivors and local residents speak out on Grenfell Tower Inquiry opening: here.