60 high-rise apartments fail safety tests in London

Camden Council leader Georgia GouldSource Alastair Grant  AP

Camden Council leader Georgia GouldSource Alastair Grant AP

Britain's government said local officials across the country Sunday should urgently submit samples of exterior panels from apartment towers after authorities found that all samples tested so far have failed fire safety standards.

Dale Haskell, who lives in Brennan Bank, which has failed a cladding fire safety test.

Everything is being done to hide the criminality of the policies and actions of successive governments and local councils, Conservative and Labour, and their big business partners, that resulted in the horrifying loss of life.

She said the man told her she could not take her dogs outside. Councilmembers for the London borough of Camden say it was the stark memory of the Grenfell blaze, which killed at least 79 people earlier this month, that spurred them to act.

"Children haven't turned up to school, or to activity groups my husband runs".

"We have written to all residents on the development to advise them of the situation and to provide reassurance on the fire safety procedures on site".

The Department identified 14 areas where one or more buildings have failed the test, with 11 yet to be named. There are unsafe blocks also in seven London boroughs - Barnet, Brent, Camden, Hounslow, Islington, Lambeth and Wandsworth.

Prime Minister Theresa May has been criticised for her response to the Grenfell tower catastrophe, particularly for the handling of residents caught up in the ordeal and later those affected by the substandard cladding.

The council, which has evacuated 700 flats on the estate, said legal action is a "last resort". Many National Health Service buildings are also clad and all 200 NHS trusts are carrying out an urgent review. "Speaking to people on the ground, there is huge suspicion of a cover-up", he said.

Almost two weeks after the Grenfell fire, survivors are still being treated callously.

Local government and communities committee convener Bob Doris said: "There are thousands of families and individuals living in high-rise accommodation across Scotland and they are understandably looking for reassurances at this deeply worrying time".

Frank notes that officials estimate it will take three to four weeks to make the buildings safe.

The council dumped many from the Chalcot Estate-including disabled people, the elderly and women with newborns-at a local leisure centre and library complex where they were forced to sleep on air beds.

Hundreds were put up in hotels and other temporary accommodation. Cladding removal started in Wythenshawe last week. Still, no one has been arrested.

As a result of the Grenfell Tower disaster, Solicitors will be lining up to begin corporate manslaughter charges on behalf of the victims. This was because the cladding contained material that emitted the highly toxic substance when ablaze-a fact confirmed by its manufacturer Celotex.

The Building Research Establishment is running a round-the-clock testing programme and is able to carry out 100 cladding assessments a day, Mr Javid said.

A statement on its website said: "Following testing by the Building Research Establishment on Friday 23 June, a sample of cladding from Broadland Housing's Brennan Bank on Geoffrey Watling Way was found to be a current cause for concern in high-rise buildings, although it compares with building regulations and has been used in accordance with the approved plans".

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