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The Grenfell inquiry lacks the people’s trust – and without that it will fail | Seraphima Kennedy

Thursday , 14, September 2017 Leave a comment

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It seems obvious that those most affected should be at the heart of the process but so far, that hasn’t happenedThree months after the horrific fire, the Grenfell inquiry begins. But even at the outset, there are significant concerns that justice will not be served. There is a fear that those most affected will not get a seat at the table. This is crucial. Without building trust in the inquiry process, and placing victims, survivors and their families at the heart of the process, it will be doomed to failure.Survivors hoping to witness Sir Martin Moore-Bick’s opening statement at the Grenfell Tower inquiry will need to get to the Connaught Rooms early on Thursday morning. The venue has a capacity of 200: there were 900 homes on the Lancaster West estate alone. Seats will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Continue reading…

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