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Insulation boards used on Grenfell Tower block withdrawn by firm
The insulating product used to clad Grenfell Tower before a disastrous fire will no longer be used on high-rise buildings, the manufacturer has said.
Grenfell fire survivors moved out of hotel with just hours notice
Survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire have been thrown out of a west London hotel with just a few hours notice.
Hundreds of homes evacuated after Grenfell fire
Hundreds of residents of four London tower blocks have spent the night in emergency accommodation after they were told to leave their homes amid fire safety fears.
'It's a shambles': Residents call last minute evacuation 'disgusting'
Evacuated residents of a tower block in north London have spoken of their frustration at being asked to vacate their flats at short notice.
NHS Trusts told to check buildings for combustible cladding
NHS Trusts have been told to urgently check their buildings to establish whether any are clad in materials implicated in the the Grenfell Tower fire.
Grenfell Tower fire: Where has unsafe cladding been identified?
Checks are being carried out on hundreds of buildings across the country, as investigations into the deadly Grenfell Tower fire continue.
PM hails role of military in tackling terror on Armed Forces Day
The Prime Minister has hailed the role of UK troops in dealing with terrorism at home and abroad ahead of joining military personnel in Liverpool later to mark Armed Forces Day.
Ex-UVF commander Gary Haggarty pleads guilty to 200 terror charges
Former loyalist paramilitary commander Gary Haggarty has pleaded guilty to 200 terrorist offences, including five murders.
Finsbury Park attack suspect Darren Osborne charged
A man has been charged over the van attack near Finsbury Park Mosque in which one person died and nine others were injured.
Pressure on police forces sees officers contemplating suicide, says senior detective
A decorated senior detective says an increasing number of police officers are contemplating suicide because of the strain being put on forces across the UK.