Grenfell Tower Fire
The blaze in 2017 caused the deaths of 72 people.
On the fifth anniversary of the disaster, a stunning 76-tweet thread by Peter Apps of Inside Housing is one of the few places to get the full story.
Fury as Home Office says giving priority to “very mobility impaired” if a fire broke out could “slow the evacuation of other residents”.
"I have changed my schedules to fit this in," Lord Eric Pickles told the Grenfell inquiry.
"Leaseholders should not be held responsible for work that was not their responsibility in the first place."
“Still, there are so many unanswered questions.”
A blaze at an east London towerblock has fuelled more anger over the years-long scandal.
Ministry of housing said taxpayers' money would be clawed back from those at fault. That appears easier said than done.
Boris Johnson facing another Tory rebellion after peers launch fresh bid to ensure flat owners do not have to pay for fire safety work.
Tory MPs and Labour vent fury at Robert Jenrick as thousands face huge bill for fire-safety improvements in wake of the Grenfell fire.