Tense meeting in North Kensington sees survivors and locals call for corporate manslaughter prosecutions and changes to inquiry panel’s ethnic makeup

Furious residents have demanded that the chair of the public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire bring those responsible for the fire’s catastrophic spread to justice, with many rejecting his explanation that he has no power to bring prosecutions.

A meeting at the Notting Hill Methodist church, close to the blackened shell of the tower, saw survivors and local people vent their anger against Sir Martin Moore-Bick and his panel of advisers, who are consulting on the inquiry’s terms of reference.

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