Theresa May is 'on another planet', says Grenfell campaigner


Theresa May met with the families of Grenfell victims, who are campaigning for the creation of a diverse panel with decision-making powers as part of the inquiry into the tragedy

FAMILIES OF those who lost loved ones in the Grenfell fire last year, have slammed Theresa May in Parliament after she failed to resolve a key split over the public inquiry.

Grieving relatives claimed the Prime Minister worsened their "pain and suffering" after a private meeting about the fire that killed 71 people last June.

The meeting between May and the Grenfell families lasted for more than an hour as they pleaded with the Prime Minister to add new members to the panel that is leading the public inquiry.

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The Voice Online - Sat, 12 May 2018 06:00:00 +0000

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