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Fire officers had practised post-Grenfell rescue plan the day before huge Bolton apartment blaze

Two and a half years after the Grenfell Tower fire, there are still thousands of residents in blocks with deadly cladding. Shamefully the government is set to miss its own targets on cladding replacement. The Bolton fire must be a wake up call.

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Nearly two and a half years after the Grenfell Tower disaster, cladding on a Bolton building has been described as a “concern”, following a fire on Friday. @MatthewStadlen  asks: Do you feel safe where you live?

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Bolton fire: Rising concern that #cladding  may have accelerated the terrible fire at the student block, reports @Robert_Booth , ⁩who has led reporting on the Grenfell disaster for @guardian ⁩.

‘I don’t think we’ve woken up to the full implications of Grenfell,’ says Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, following a fire at student accommodation in Bolton.

People want to know where Jacob Rees-Mogg has gone following his 'monstrous' Grenfell comments

'These are our young people, our future, we can't put them in dangerous buildings.' Sandra Ruiz from Grenfell United says the government must be held account for promising to make buildings safer following the Grenfell tragedy. #BoltonFire  Full story:

Jeremy Corbyn criticises 'inaction since Grenfell' as two injured in Bolton student accommodation fire

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Thank you to the 40 fire crews who tackled the #BoltonFire  and the emergency services who treated people at the student accommodation. If reports are correct and flammable cladding contributed to the fire, it shows the government's shameful inaction since Grenfell.

Theresa May didn't publicly break down over Windrush, or Grenfell, or disabled people having their benefits cut, or children driven into poverty. In the end, she only publicly shed a tear over her own career.

The Tories say the victims of Grenfell didn’t have common sense. I’ll tell you what’s common sense: Don’t put flammable cladding on people’s homes. Don’t close fire stations and don't cut fire fighters. And don’t ignore residents when they tell you their home is a death trap.

What possesses someone to react to an entirely avoidable tragedy like Grenfell by saying the victims lacked common sense? People were terrified, many died trying to escape. Jacob Rees Mogg must apologise for these crass and insensitive comments immediately.

@DavidLammy  becomes tearful when remembering Khadija Saye, a friend lost in the Grenfell Tower fire.

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WATCH: The touching moment a London Underground train driver stopped his journey to salute people commemorating the anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire

My thoughts go out to all of those affect by the Grenfell tower fire. Please donate what you can 🙏🏼

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