The public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire is now in its second phase, looking at how the installation of cladding to the tower caused the flames to spread so quickly.
Two disabled people have died and a third person remains seriously ill in hospital.
He’s looking for young “weirdos” and “misfits” with odd skills, warning that if you don’t fit, “I’ll bin you within weeks”.
Police managed to deliver drinking water and other supplies to thousands of people.
Thousands of people have been forced to shelter on beaches as the fires spread.
Leave.EU – the largest pro-Brexit campaign in Britain, set up and run by the millionaire Arron Banks – have been accused of hijacking personal data during the Referendum campaign.
A senior member of the Liberal Democrat campaign team has been suspended – after allegedly forging an email in an effort to back up a legal fight with a journalist.
So far, at least 435 high-rise and publicly owned buildings have been identified as containing Aluminium Composite Cladding, like Grenfell’s.
A life-extending drug for people with cystic fibrosis will become available on NHS England after a deal with the pharma company which makes it. Orkambi improves lung function and reduce breathing difficulties and can be taken by children as young as two. It originally came at a cost of £100,000 a year, but a confidential…
As she concludes an overseas tour of South Africa with her husband, the Duchess of Sussex has launched a legal action against The Mail on Sunday for publishing a handwritten letter she sent to her father.
The millionaire businessman Arron Banks, who spent £8m on the Brexit campaign, has put a controversial South African diamond mine on the market. Mr Banks confirmed to Channel 4 News that the Newlands mine in Barkly West, Northern Cape province is up for sale for ZAR10m – just over £500,000. In a statement Mr Banks told…
Tory MPs are calling him dangerous, an unelected foul-mouthed oaf, a man who isn’t even thought to belong to a political party, who’s been found in contempt of parliament and has never played by any of the rules.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced an extra £1.8 billion to upgrade NHS hospitals across England.
Police in Hong Kong have fired tear gas to break up protests – after one group began throwing bricks and vandalising a police station.
The Metropolitan Police launched a stinging attack on the Electoral Commission.