The Yorkshire Post says: A year of dither after Grenfell Tower fire. Ministers must show urgency

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THE EMOLLIENCE of Housing Secretary James Brokenshire over Grenfell Tower can be explained by the fact that he was not in post when more than 70 people were killed last June. Just three weeks into the role, his instincts are sincerely-held. “We must create a culture that truly puts people and their safety first, that inspires confidence and, yes, rebuilds public trust,” the Minister told MPs.
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