Cladding paper chase could cost vendors dear - David Alexander

  The Scotsman 

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When households across Great Britain woke up on Tuesday, 14 June, 2017, to Grenfell Tower in West London being consumed by flames, most people’s first thoughts would be with the dead (72 after the final count) and injured.
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