Interests of the victims must not be sidelined, says human rights solicitor

Lawyers have welcomed a public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire adding that the interests of bereaved families and survivors will not be best served by an inquest into the tragedy.

The intervention follows criticism of Theresa May’s ordering of an independent judicial public inquiry that will run in tandem with the criminal investigation into the fire which, police state, likely claimed the lives of 79 residents.

However, more than 50,000 people have signed a pet...

John Vander Luit
Editor
Solicitors Journal

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