Monthly Archives: December 2017

Further Thoughts On The Grenfell Inquiry Panel

Arguably the most dramatic moment in the Grenfell Inquiry procedural hearings  on 11th and 12th December, occurred right at the end of the second day, when Sir Martin Moore-Bick invited any last representations from counsel. Nobody who had witnessed the … Continue reading

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Prime Minister Refuses Petition for Panel-led Grenfell Inquiry

Yesterday, 22nd December, the Prime Minister refused a petition organised by some of the bereaved of the Grenfell Fire for a panel-led public inquiry into the disaster that claimed 72 innocent lives at Grenfell Tower last June. At time of … Continue reading

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Grenfell Inquiry Petition – More Signatures Needed!

Karim Mussilhy lost his beloved uncle Hashem in the Grenfell Fire. Yesterday he asked for help with the Petition. More than 22,000 signatures today and the government were supposed to respond after we reached 10,000. It’s been 13 days and … Continue reading

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Grenfell Fire Public Inquiry Petition

A delegation of local residents impacted  directly by the Grenfell Tower Fire delivered a petition to 10 Downing Street yesterday. Hopefully the Prime Minister will now listen to the community and appoint additional panel members with decision making powers to … Continue reading

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