Grenfell Tower fire

Seventy people and a stillborn baby make up the final death toll in the Grenfell Tower fire, police have confirmed.

High-rise blaze in Belfast causes fears of another Grenfell

An investigation is underway into the cause of a blaze at a high-rise tower block near Belfast yesterday.

Only 26 of 203 Grenfell families living in permanent homes, minister reveals

The response to the Grenfell Tower fire was branded a "disgrace" after the British Government revealed the majority of the families who lost their homes have not been permanently rehoused.

Fire hits factory owned by maker of Grenfell Tower cladding panels

A factory owned by the maker of Grenfell Tower's cladding panels has caught fire.

Conman admits to Grenfell Tower tragedy fraud

A serial conman has admitted pretending his family died in the Grenfell Tower fire to obtain around £12,500 meant for the victims.

Firefighters checking Glasgow tower blocks 'every four hours' over cladding fear

Firefighters are carrying out "regular site visits" to blocks of flats in the west end of Glasgow over fears about material used on the buildings.

Whitehall not funding fire safety work promised after Grenfell, says councils

Councils have claimed Whitehall is refusing to meet promises to fund fire safety improvements in response to the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

Grenfell tragedy was product of ’brutal’ system of inequality: Jeremy Corbyn

Grenfell Tower stands as a symbol of a failed political system which has held sway in Britain for the past three decades and which Labour will replace, Jeremy Corbyn is set to declare.

Candlelit vigil marks 100 days since Grenfell tragedy

A community left devastated by the Grenfell Tower fire united in the shadow of the high-rise for a candlelit vigil, 100 days on from the fire.

Council leader vows to do 'whatever it takes' for Grenfell Tower blaze survivors

The leader of the council at the heart of the Grenfell Tower pledged to do "whatever it takes" to support survivors, 100 days on from the fire.

All children on Grenfell Tower missing list identified, coroner says

All of the children from a list of the missing compiled by police in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster have been formally identified, a coroner has said.

Latest: Heckles and criticsm fly as Grenfell Tower inquiry concludes first hearing

Latest: The first hearing of the Grenfell Tower public inquiry concluded to a chorus of heckles after a prominent lawyer attempted to quiz the probe's chairman.

Cash reported stolen from Grenfell Tower after fire which killed 80

Money has allegedly been stolen from a flat in Grenfell Tower, the Metropolitan Police said.

Tributes paid to 12 year old Grenfell Tower fire victim

The death of a 12-year-old boy trapped alongside his mother at the top of Grenfell Tower in England was "consistent with the effects of fire", an inquest has heard.

Woman accused of falsely claiming her husband died in Grenfell Tower fire

A woman who allegedly falsely claimed her husband died in the Grenfell Tower fire and obtained more than £10,000 in funds allocated for survivors has appeared in court.

Proposal to inspect all recent builds for fire safety labelled 'unrealistic'

There are calls for all buildings constructed in the past 10 years to undergo a fire safety audit.

UK extends immigration amnesty for Grenfell Tower survivors

A one-year immigration amnesty offered to foreign nationals affected by the Grenfell Tower fire in England has been extended by three months, the British Home Office has said.

Notting Hill Carnival revellers hold minute's silence for Grenfell Tower victims

Partiers dancing in the streets at Notting Hill Carnival in London paused to observe a minute's silence in memory of those who died in the Grenfell Tower fire.

Bodies of mother and daughter found side-by-side after Grenfell fire

One of the victims of the Grenfell disaster was found next to her mother, an inquest has heard.

Grenfell Tower survivors take up nine offers of permanent homes

Nine offers of permanent accommodation have been accepted by Grenfell survivors whose homes were destroyed, while one household has already moved in to a new home.

Grenfell Tower inquiry will probe cause of fire and adequacy of regulations

The Grenfell Tower public inquiry will examine issues including the cause of the fire and the actions of authorities before the blaze, the British Government has announced.

Residents want council to cut ties with firm managing Grenfell Tower over response to fire

Community leaders are appealing to the head of the council at the heart of the Grenfell Tower fire in London to cut ties with the organisation responsible for managing the high-rise block.

Grenfell Tower survivors hunt for homes themselves in frustration at council

Grenfell Tower survivors have resorted to searching for new homes privately out of frustration at the council's rehousing efforts two months after the fire in London.

Grenfell Tower tragedy reveals reality of discrimination, says resident's leader

Looking at the Grenfell Tower disaster is "like peeling the layers of an onion", the leader of a nearby residents' association has said.

Hundreds submit Grenfell Tower inquiry proposals as deadline passes

Consultation on which issues the Grenfell Tower public inquiry should examine has ended following more than 400 submissions.

Two thirds of Grenfell Tower residents still in emergency accommodation

The majority of residents made homeless after the Grenfell Tower fire remain in emergency accommodation seven weeks on from the devastating blaze.

Two-year-old identified as Grenfell Tower victim

A toddler has been identified as one of the latest victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.

Top councillors and others linked to Grenfell Tower revamp cannot keep jobs - MP

Senior councillors and decision-makers linked to the Grenfell Tower refurbishment cannot stay in their roles as a corporate manslaughter investigation looms, the area's MP said.

Investigation reveals hundreds of tower blocks found to have fire safety flaws

Hundreds of towers across England were discovered to have fire safety flaws including broken fire doors and holes which could help blazes spread, new figures show.

Reasonable grounds to suspect corporate manslaughter, say Grenfell Tower police

Detectives investigating the Grenfell Tower fire have "reasonable grounds" to suspect that corporate manslaughter offences may have been committed, Scotland Yard has said.