Official inquiry could be forced to halt its work if prosecutors authorise corporate manslaughter charges

The judge-led inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire is in danger of having to suspend operations entirely for a lengthy period if prosecutors authorise corporate manslaughter charges.

Last week police publicly identified Kensington and Chelsea council and the organisation that managed the tower block as suspects, creating the potential for conflict with Sir Martin Moore-Bick’s public inquiry.

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