Grenfell Tower response branded a ‘disgrace’ as only 26 of 203 families are living in permanent homes
Most families who lost their homes in the Grenfell Tower have still not been rehomed, the Government has admitted.
Housing minister Alok Sharma, 50, said that by the end of October just 26 of the 203 households who had lived in the tower and on Grenfell Walk now had permanent accommodation.
Labour MP David Lammy uncovered the figures. He said: ‘Five months on from the Grenfell Tower fire we are seeing an abject failure by the state to support the survivors of this tragedy.
‘It is nothing short of a disgrace that 130 households are still living in emergency accommodation in… Read the full story