Former court of appeal judge chosen to preside over public inquiry, which will seek to establish the reasons why so many perished in tower block fire

A recently retired court of appeal judge who specialised in commercial law has been appointed to head the inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire. Sir Martin Moore-Bick, 70, only left the bench last December.

Among his more controversial cases was a decision allowing Westminster Council to rehouse a tenant 50 miles away in Milton Keynes. It was later overturned by the supreme court.

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