Legal disputes over who should pay to refit buildings which failed fire tests after the Grenfell Tower fire are holding up works

MPs have called on the government to urgently release cash to accelerate the removal of combustible Grenfell-style cladding which remains fully in place on 54 social housing blocks and dozens more private apartment towers across England.

Legal disputes over who should pay to refit buildings which failed fire tests in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire are holding up works and 44 MPs have now told the housing secretary, James Brokenshire: “Our constituents … need you to act now.”

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