Grenfell Tower in flames, early morning of June 14, 2017.

The Tories have been keeping quiet about this; fortunately we have Twitter.

People have remembered that the Conservative Government of 2015-2017 quietly dropped the requirement for schools to have sprinkler systems installed.

This Site stated in September last year that the decision would endanger children and I am convinced of it now.

I think it is primarily due to the Tories’ complicity in creating the circumstances that caused the fire that people have reacted so unsympathetically to their messages of sympathy with the victims:

Finally, it seems This Site has struck a nerve as others are coming out and saying the political angle to the Grenfell Tower fire must be explored. I made the point in my first article of the morning yesterday (June 14) and now others have followed suit:

I was right then; they are right now. It is political and it must be followed up.

A good place to start would be that list of MPs who voted against making rented properties fit for human habitation. Not one of them should be sitting in the House of Commons – but watch Theresa May fight tooth and nail to keep them, in spite of the damning evidence.

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