The next steps after the tragic events at Grenfell Tower Members of the emergency services work inside burnt out remains of Grenfell Tower.
Eastern Eye Staff
by Sailesh Mehta FROM LAW TO POLICY AND SAFETY, INQUIRY WILL HAVE LESSONS FOR ALL The Government has acted surprisingly quickly in announcing a full Public Inquiry into the fire at Grenfell Tower in London. There was no other political option available: as the death toll mounts and local anger and public disquiet threaten to further damage a weakened Government. An apology (made in Parliament on Wednesday) and an Inquiry were necessary. Sir Martin Moore-Bick appointed chair of the Grenfell Tower inquiry. Sir Martin Moore-Bick has been appointed Chair of the Inquiry. The appointment has led to a chorus of…
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