The ruin of Grenfell Tower.

If anything shows that Conservatives are rubbish at government and simply don’t care what happens to the people they are supposed to represent, this is it.

Almost two-thirds of the families who lost their homes in the Grenfell Tower fire are still living in hotel-type accommodation almost five months after the blaze in which at least 80 people died, the Government has admitted.

Of the 202 households that lost their homes in the fire, 130 are still living in “emergency accommodation”, meaning hotels, bed and breakfasts and hotel-style serviced apartments.

A further 47 families are in temporary accommodation, while only 26 are living in permanent homes.

Source: Majority of Grenfell Tower victims still living in hotels five months after tragedy, Government admits

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