• 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.

  • 7 Jul 2017

    Trust: there’s not a lot of it around in a community which feels forgotten, abandoned and unheard. And last night, there were heckles and jeers as the Grenfell inquiry chair Sir Martin Moore-Bick faced angry residents at a meeting in West London. There was disquiet over the inquiry’s timescale and terms of reference, as Sir…

  • 5 Jul 2017

    Conservative MP Kevin Hollinrake, who used to sit on the communities and local government select committee, Joe Delaney, from the Grenfell Action Group, and shadow housing minister Melanie Onn discuss the Grenfell disaster.

  • 4 Jul 2017

    Communities Secretary Sajid Javid says Grenfell would have overwhelmed any council, but “the reaction on the ground was lacking” in North Kensington. He says a judge is needed to head the inquiry into the disaster because he can compel people to come forward, and accuses Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn of treating the issue like a…

  • 4 Jul 2017

    Three weeks after Grenfell, and all of the questions that surround that disaster have reverberated around local councils and regeneration schemes. Now council tenants in Haringey have protested over their local authority’s plans, which would see £2 billion worth of land transferred to a private company. That company would be jointly owned by the council…

  • 4 Jul 2017

    Three weeks ago tonight, the Grenfell Tower burned. This evening a private meeting between the survivors and relatives, the police and the coroner has taken place – in a bid to answer some of the many, many questions that this tragedy has provoked. As it was confirmed that 190 high rise blocks in England have…

  • 3 Jul 2017

    Eleanor Kelly, chief executive of Southwark Council and the spokesperson of the Grenfell Fire Response Team, says the Wednesday deadline for survivors to be rehoused in temporary accommodation will be met.

  • 3 Jul 2017

    The Government says those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire will be offered proper temporary accommodation by this Wednesday, promising that they won’t be forced to live anywhere they don’t want to live. But many residents are still frustrated with the speed of the Government’s response and the confusion over who’s taking charge on the…

  • 1 Jul 2017

    Discussing the Grenfell disaster, austerity and why Labour hasn’t committed to ending the freeze on working aid benefits.