Flammable cladding that helped the inferno which destroyed the Grenfell tower is already illegal on tall buildings in Britain, Philip Hammond claimed today.
The Chancellor said criminal probes and a public inquiry into the disaster would answer why the controversial material was used.
It emerged today that the cladding installed on Grenfell was not designed for use on buildings taller than 10metres high – a fraction of the 67metre Grenfell block.
Well that should mean jail for some patsy.
He seems nice…
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