This 26 July 2017 video from Britain says about itself:
Grenfell Tower cladding firm records huge profits
By Marcus Barnett in Britain:
Friday, May 17, 2019
FBU general secretary Matt Wrack criticised politicians for “endlessly” delaying investigations into Grenfell, telling delegates at the union’s Blackpool conference: “We need to point the finger where it belongs – at the Westminster politicians who have overseen decades of deregulation that have created the conditions that has allowed Grenfell to happen.
“We need to remind politicians and the public that the people who lived in Grenfell tower were not responsible for what happened.
“We need to call the managers and the owners of the building to account.
“We want to make sure those construction firms and their owners who did the work at Grenfell tower, those who sold and manufactured and installed the cladding, and the rest of the refurbishment, they need to face justice for their part in this tragedy.
“We need to start thinking about taking direct action against those firms.
“We need to ensure that those who died at Grenfell did not die in vain.”
London delegate Steve White praised the union for ensuring that firefighters who answered police inquiries had formal union representation, saying: “Lots of questions are being aimed at firefighters.
“In that two-year period, we’re seeing no questions aimed towards the people responsible for putting flammable material on a high-rise residential building, or the people who created the climate to make that happen.
“We’re looking after members with 50 injuries, 30 psychological issues, 400 near misses.
“The mental health impact on our members is just as significant as it was then.”
Mr White reminded delegates that one in three Grenfell residents are still displaced, and that an estimated 20,000 people across the country are still living in high-rise buildings with unsafe cladding on the outside.