Grieving relatives told they must submit written questions before Tuesday’s meeting but not all will be answered

Victims’ families and survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire will on Tuesday evening meet the police commander in charge of the investigation and the coroner tasked with identifying the dead, in the first official meeting with investigators.

The meeting comes amid rising anger about the slow release of information. Nabil Choucair, who still has no clear answers about the fate of six family members who lived on the 22nd floor, said he was “upset” by the way that officials were trying to control the flow of news to families.

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