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Faulty white goods are causing more than 60 house fires a week, a new investigation by Which? has revealed.
Council chiefs have welcomed the launch of a new national oversight body focused on identifying faulty products and protecting consumers.
Accountancy firm KPMG has announced it is quitting its advisory role on the Grenfell inquiry after campaigners accuse it of a conflict of interest.
Croydon Council has called on the Government to provide financial support to authorities struggling to pay for necessary tower block fire safety measures.
The harm suffered by those who survived or witnessed the Grenfell Tower fire may constitute ‘inhumane and degrading treatment’, according to human rights watchdogs.
A petition has called on the Prime Minister to ensure the Grenfell inquiry is representative so that those affected can have ‘confidence’ in its findings.
Almost 40% of battery-powered smoke alarms failed to activate in residential fires in England in the past year, safety experts have warned.
Councils have urged the Government to protect fire service funding after new figures show the number of older people dying in a fire has risen by 22% over the last two years.
Only four new or refurbished schools in London took the advice of the Fire Brigade and installed sprinklers last year, new figures have revealed.
Slough Borough Council is to take control of a privately owned residential block due to concerns about fire safety in the wake of the Grenfell tragedy.