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United Kingdom acquires apartments for tenants displaced by tower fire

21 Juin 2017

Last week The Irish News reported how a senior fire safety expert had raised concerns about plans to clad tower blocks in north Belfast, saying it appeared to be contrary to building regulations. "She came in, came up to the mess and had a cup of tea with the watch and then she joined us for the minute's silence". As Prime Minister, I apologize for that failure.

May spoke before Parliament following Queen Elizabeth II's Queen's Speech, a traditional address laying out the government's intentions before a new session of the U.K. Parliament begins.

May conceded Saturday after meeting with some of the survivors at Downing Street that the initial response "was not good enough".

The deadly fire that claimed the lives of 79 people in London last week was fueled by materials installed on the building to comply with the United Kingdom government's green energy rules, according to experts who spoke with the Daily Caller. Wiping away tears, she was said to be overheard asking if anyone needed help. "This was also the case following the Lakanal House fire in London in 2009, in which six people died", he said.

As well as the public inquiry announced by the government, the police have launched a criminal investigation into the blaze.

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A spokesman said: "We can categorically state that that the two cladding systems in use in our tower blocks are not the same as that used in the Grenfell tower block in London". Photographs of show apartments for sale highlight their plush interiors and extensive views over London.

"We will work night and day to get these homes ready".

The government and local authority's response to the Grenfell Tower blaze has been widely criticised, with complaints from bereaved families and people who lost their homes that they were not given any information or support by official agencies.

The Department for Communities and Local Government says 110 housing need assessments have been made since the tragedy.