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One year on, and the time is fast approaching when the Prime Minister will have to apologise for a third time about the official response to the Grenfell disaster. Yet the time for apologies, it hardly needs to be said, has long since passed; what is needed now is action, and specifically, permanent homes. Jeremy Corbyn, who was it his best in the aftermath of the fire, raised once again at Prime Minister’s Questions the continuing failure to provide sufficient permanent, new accommodation for those who lost their loved ones, homes, and possessions in the fire. Had the SNP’s parliamentary protest about Brexit not overshadowed his interventions, Theresa May’s inadequate, though not u... Читать полностью

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