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Observations this week at the Grenfell Tower Inquiry

Week 1 Resignation of Panel Member Newly appointed member of the Grenfell Tower inquiry panel, Benita Mehra resigned just two days before the resumption of the inquiry.  Lawyers for more... Read More

J4G perspectives on the start of Phase 2 of the Grenfell Inquiry

Monday sees the start of Phase 2 of the Grenfell Inquiry. There is a new venue, two additional panel members and the same terms of reference as phase 1.  So... Read More

Boris Johnson’s pick to help lead Grenfell inquiry linked to cladding firm

Exclusive: Survivors and bereaved call Benita Mehra appointment ‘a slap in the face’ Boris Johnson appointed a key figure to the Grenfell Tower inquiry who has links to the company which made the... Read More

Grenfell is once again in the dangerous hands of the Conservatives, thanks to Sam Gyimah

He stood in the constituency despite having never contributed anything to our community, and split the vote I am still in shock at what happened in Kensington in the early hours... Read More

PRESS STATEMENT ON RESIGNATION OF DANY COTTON, COMMISSIONER OF LONDON FIRE BRIGADE

The early retirement of Dany Cotton,follows pressure for her resignation, when she so crassly suggested, at the Public Inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire that the fire service “would not... Read More

Justice4Grenfell responds to Jacob Rees Mogg interview

This is an appalling statement to make but unsurprisingly symptomatic of Rees Mogg’s ilk. His government failed to implement the recommendations from the Lakanall House Inquiry, leaving the fire service... Read More

J4G Statement on Grenfell Inquiry Phase 1 report publication

QUIS CUSTODIET IPSOS –WHO GUARDS THE GUARDS? The leaking of this report to the media has impacted on the ability of the BSRs and community to have had the time... Read More