The government announces a fresh £4bn plan – but victims say they've "heard strong words before" and developers criticise "scatter gun approach".
Ministry of housing said taxpayers' money would be clawed back from those at fault. That appears easier said than done.
Leading rebel Stephen McPartland told HuffPost UK 38 Tories now back his amendment to ensure flat owners do not have to pay for fire safety work.
I'm trapped in an unsellable, uninsurable home, paying thousands to fix fire safety defects I played no part in creating.
In the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire, the government vowed to remove dangerous cladding from high rise blocks by June 2020. They're only a third of the way there.
Post-Grenfell Building Safety Bill sees costs passed on to leaseholders rather than developers and building owners.
Damning report by the National Audit Office says plans by ministers have “lagged behind their own expectations”.
Birmingham tower block faces a bill increase from £43,000 to £500,000 as official figures show removal of flammable material has all but stalled.
Thousands of buildings are still covered in flammable material that must be taken off as construction grinds to a standstill.
Architects, contractors and sub-contractors who carried out refurbishment face bruising opening to second phase of public scrutiny.