by Felicity Collier
VICTIMS of the Grenfell Tower disaster warned yesterday they would boycott the public inquiry unless the scope of the investigation was widened and did not just examine the cause of the fire.
Residents are being consulted until July 20, when...
Monday 3rd Jul 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
DAVID LOWRY finds an old speech by former Tory housing minister Bob Neill rather ominous
posted by Morning Star in Features
Borough chief steps down after silencing a public meeting
Saturday 1st Jul 2017
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
LONDON tenants demanded they be involved in future decisions about their homes yesterday following the Grenfell Tower inferno.
The London Tenants Federation warned that social tenants have been left increasingly isolated and unable to get their collective voices heard, leading to...
JEREMY CORBYN demanded a broadening of the “narrow” inquiry into the Grenfell inquiry yesterday so that residents’ voices can be heard.
In a letter to Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday, the Labour leader suggested conducting a two-part inquiry that analyses the...
After the recent disaster in London, ROGER DOMENEGHETTI looks at some of the horrific tragedies in football and how they all relate to a philosophy which means that all too often the disenfranchised pay with their lives so the wealthy can profit
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Housing activists fear whitewash after ‘social cleansing’ judge appointed to lead inquiry
Friday 30th Jun 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Councillors finally hold meeting about disaster – in private
BRITAIN’S biggest trade union Unite demanded yesterday an urgent radical overhaul of building regulations following the Grenfell Tower fire.
Unite, which merged with construction union Ucatt earlier this year, said the overhaul should place safety before profit at its core, ban...
Corbyn puts Grenfell fire firmly in its context, Tories outraged
Thursday 29th Jun 2017