Grenfell inquiry: Theresa May backs down over calls for more experts
The Prime Minister has agreed to two experts sitting with Judge Sir Martin Moore-Bick for phase two of the investigation into the Grenfell Tower disaster. She had previously rejected calls for additional panel members.
Bereaved Grenfell petition organiser reacts to developments
Karim Mussilhy, whose uncle died in the Grenfell Tower fire, was one of the individuals who started the petition calling on the Prime Minister to take action to build public trust in the inquiry. I asked him how he felt following the developments.
Bereaved relative of Grenfell victim: ‘We need the public inquiry to uncover the truth’
Survivor Antonio Roncolato and bereaved relative Karim Mussilhy discuss the Grenfell tragedy six months on.
Grenfell six months on: multi-faith memorial service remembers the victims
Six months to the day from the Grenfell Tower fire, survivors and the 71 victims have been remembered at a memorial service in St Paul’s Cathedral. It was a moment to recall the community spirit that was so evident as ordinary Londoners stepped in to help the survivors, but also to acknowledge their deep and…
Grenfell solicitor Martin Howe: decision makers must be ‘publicly held to account’
Louise Christian, a human rights lawyer who represented victims of the Ladbroke Grove rail crash, which killed 31 people in 1999, and Martin Howe, the solicitor acting on behalf of over 40 of the Grenfell Tower fire survivors and bereaved families, discuss the public inquiry opening tomorrow.
Grenfell inquiry to open three months after fire
The Grenfell public inquiry opens tomorrow, exactly three months on from the fire which took at least 80 lives. The judge heading it, its remit, its powers and the time it will take, all have been sources of controversy. So how can it succeed? Or is it doomed to failure?