Grenfell one year on: No justice, no peace

The Grenfell community is still waiting for answers, accountability and justice, one year on

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It's difficult to believe that we are one year on from the tragic night of the Grenfell Tower Fire which took the lives of 72 people; difficult to imagine, because so little - if any - of the much needed justice has yet to be delivered to the victims, their families and communities. 

Indeed, one year on from the disaster that left us all looking on powerlessly as people burned to death at the heart of one of the richest boroughs in the UK, and the total lack of basic support, which led to the death of so many in the first place, has continued to characterise the government and council's approach to the Grenfell survivors.

Indeed, over 200 households, including surviving residents from the tower and those who lived nearby required rehousing following the events of 14 June.

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