Sir Martin Moore-Bick says inquiry will look at ‘basic factual questions’ about causes of fire rather than broader problems

The new chairman of the Grenfell Tower inquiry said he is doubtful the process would be as wide-ranging as some residents hope after meeting survivors, many of whom were sceptical about his appointment.

Sir Martin Moore-Bick said his inquiry would look at “basic factual questions” about what caused the fire rather than broader problems. In a pooled TV interview he said he was surprised to hear that his appointment was regarded as controversial given past rulings on housing cases.

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