British Labour MP David Lammy has called on the prime minister and London’s Metropolitan Police to immediately seize all relevant Grenfell Tower documents.
“The prime minister needs to act immediately to ensure that all evidence is protected so that everyone culpable for what happened at Grenfell Tower is held to account and feels the full force of the law.
A Home Office spokesman said on Saturday: “We made contact with Mr Alhajali’s family yesterday and assisted them in making arrangements for their travel to the UK in these terribly sad circumstances.” Eve Allison, a Conservative who sits on Kensington and Chelsea Borough Council, said it would have been “ideal” if refurbishments to Grenfell Tower had looked at both the outside and the inside of the building.
“It is on our watch, it’s our responsibility, we do have a duty of care to all our residents and whatever findings and failings come out, they have to come out soon because all the community, the victims, the families, people need answers.
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