PM’s statement comes as resident says it will be ‘impossible task’ for Sir Martin Moore-Bick to overcome mistrust of community in wake of fire

Theresa May has claimed “no stone will be left unturned” by the public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower tragedy as she confirmed Sir Martin Moore-Bick, a retired judge, would lead the process.

The prime minister expects Moore-Bick will “want to produce an interim report as early as possible” to address the immediate lessons that need to be learned from the disaster.

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