Grenfell Tower Statement

15th June 2017
'I would like to extend my sincere condolences to everyone who was a resident in the Grenfell Tower, especially those who have lost loved ones. It will be imperative that the causes of this fire are fully investigated to determine how such dreadful tragedies could be avoided in the future. This will include regulations on the construction of future dwellings but also whether the law is adequate to prevent fire in the future.'
 
'All private rented dwelling houses are covered by the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide England Regulations 2015, which require smoke and carbon monoxide alarms to be fitted in every property.'
 
'I welcome the Prime Minister's statement today ordering a full public enquiry into the fire at Grenfell Tower.'
 

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