Companies involved in the tower's refurbishment have been accused of prioritising profit over safety.
A former Celotex employee told the Grenfell inquiry that the company had “behaved in a highly unethical way".
”Coming back to this area reminds you of everything. The time they were burning and shouting for help, and we were standing and watching them.”
Nearly a year after the fire that killed at least 71 people, I spent the day with Amanda Fernandez, one of the hundreds displaced by the atrocity.
Cambridge University says it needs "help" to recruit black students, since it's too big a job.
New data obtained by VICE shows fire safety failings across England and Wales.
The biggest mental health response of its kind in Europe means little when two-thirds of survivors are still living in temporary accommodation.
A hundred students registered abuse cases on Cardiff Uni's new reporting system,.
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They've basically reiterated a Grenfell tower fire-related pledge made during the last Budget.
“Eight months on from the tragedy of the Grenfell Tower, the issue is being ignored.”
They read: "71 DEAD", "AND STILL NO ARRESTS?", "HOW COME?"