More than 150 buildings in London are still wrapped in highly flammable Grenfell-style cladding – almost three years on from the fire, Government figures reveal.
Ministers pledged to strip aluminium composite material (ACM) from tower blocks across the country in the wake of the devastating blaze.
The Grenfell Tower disaster claimed the lives of 72 residents, when fire spread rapidly from a single flat through the cladding of the North Kensington block, engulfing it in flames.
But with the third anniversary of the fire on Sunday, 163 buildings in the capital are still covered in the flammable casing. Click here to read more.