Grenfell Tower fire: ‘Fire chief should step down today’
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Grenfell Tower: ‘Fire chief should step down’

A report into the Grenfell Tower fire has criticised the London Fire Brigade's response and said the tower did not meet building regulations.

Relatives of people who died in the fire told Victoria Derbyshire that the London Fire Brigade Commissioner Dany Cotton should resign, rather than retire next year.

Karim Mussilhy, vice chairman of Grenfell United, said he was not blaming the firefighters, but questioned why greater common sense was not used.

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  • 30 Oct 2019