Three 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.
Why the fire happened, how the fire happened and who is to blame for it is an expert matter. Neither those who died in it nor those who didn’t have any expert knowledge useful to add.
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