• 19 Jul 2017

    North Kensington resident, Tomassina Hessel, and Justice for Grenfell campaigner, Moira Samuels, discuss Kensington and Chelsea Council’s response to the tower block fire.

  • 19 Jul 2017

    The council at the heart of the Grenfell Tower disaster is meeting tonight. On the agenda: formally approving a new leader and chief executive. But they’ll also debate a petition signed by more than 1,500 people calling for the entire council leadership to resign, claiming there’s no confidence in their ability to manage public buildings.

  • 19 Jul 2017

    As Kensington and Chelsea Council try to appoint a new leadership, Grenfell Tower residents tell the whole lot to resign.  

  • 14 Jul 2017

    A month after the Grenfell Tower disaster, another funeral: this time five year old Isaac, one of the youngest victims, who lived with his family on the 13th floor. But new documents dating back to 2012 show that architects originally wanted to use more expensive, fire-resistant cladding around the building.

  • 14 Jul 2017

    Abdurahman Sayed, from the Al-Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre, says there is a “communication gap” between Grenfell residents and the authorities that needs to be addressed, while it is vital that local people are involved in the public inquiry into the fire.

  • 13 Jul 2017

    One of the consequences of this horrific fire has been to expose what residents say is the huge gulf between the people who live in this part of the borough and the people who run it. An accusation which gained added weight when the new leader of the council admitted she had never been in…

  • 13 Jul 2017

    We speak to Sajad Jamalvatan, a student who lived on the third floor of the block who was at the meeting last night.

  • 13 Jul 2017

    We spoke to Labour MP Clive Betts who is the newly elected chair of the local government select committee in the Commons. We began by asking him if he had been shocked by some of the revelations coming to light in the wake of the Grenfell fire?

  • 13 Jul 2017

    This week Channel 4 News has exclusively revealed details of combustible materials that were used in the cladding at Grenfell Tower when it was renovated last year. Now a new question: Did the refurbishment create air spaces between the new windows and the building’s original walls that increased the fire’s ability to spread rapidly?

  • 11 Jul 2017

    Survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire are to be given an extra two weeks to make their case about which issues the forthcoming public inquiry should consider. It comes as 29-year-old Berkti Haftom and 26-year-old Gloria Trevisan were officially identified as victims of the fire. And tonight we have more news on the type of…

  • 11 Jul 2017

    One woman who was there at the Grenfell Tower fire from the early hours was London Fire Brigade’s new Commissioner Dany Cotton. In an exclusive interview a month on from the disaster, Commissioner Cotton tells Jackie Long she had “sufficient resources” and that the brigade’s “stay put policy” is usually the best one.

  • 10 Jul 2017

    The Grenfell Tower fire triggered the largest review of building safety in the UK since the Second World War, and in particular the cladding systems put on many of the country’s tower blocks. Two major insulation components have been identified as part of the investigation into how the fire spread. Tonight this programme can reveal…

  • 10 Jul 2017

    Revealed: a new element in the cladding on the Grenfell Tower identified for the first time, but has it been searched for in other high-rise towers?

  • 7 Jul 2017

    Melyvn Akins, a resident of the West Lancaster Estate, West London resident and volunteer, MzB, and Lord Falconer, a QC and former Lord Chancellor, discuss the inquiry into the Grenfell fire.

  • 7 Jul 2017

    Theresa May says she was right to call an election and will pursue a “bold” strategy. After criticism of her initial response to the Grenfell fire, she says she listened to residents and ensured the emergency services received the support they needed.