Council that owns Grenfell Tower faces mounting pressure to account for its actions over blaze that killed at least 80 people
Kensington and Chelsea council has come under increasing pressure to account for potentially deadly cost-cutting at Grenfell Tower and its slow response to the devastating blaze. On Thursday, the council cabinet controversially blocked the media and residents from its usually public meetings – and when it was told it had to admit journalists, the meeting was cancelled.
Questions about the council’s decisions have been mounting since the deadly fire on 14 June. Here are the key ones that need to be answered: