It’s not an issue of what regulations you have, it’s how those are being implemented and that is the problem. They have building regulations about compliant materials, the mystery is, why is it, despite that, we have seen in local authority regions, materials being put up that seem not to comply with those building regulations, and that is what the government must get to the bottom of.
Why is it that fire inspections and local authority inspections seem to have bungled this crucial matter?
But when you cut local authority expense by 40 percent you end up with less building control inspectors and when you cut local authority budgets everyone pays a price.
Those cuts to the fire service have meant there are 11 thousand fewer firefighters. The public sector pay cap is punishing recruitment and retention right across the public sector.
What the disaster of Grenfell Tower has presented is a disastrous outcome of austerity. This is a disregard for working class neighbourhoods and the disastrous consequences of deregulation and cutting corners, and Jeremy Corbyn is advising the Prime Minister to come up with the resources required to examine and remove cladding, to suitably finance the fire service and the police, so that all our communities can actually feel protected in their own homes.
This tragedy must be a wake-up call.
There was total mayhem in the House of Commons as all rivals yelled in objection of Jeremy Corbyn, and it’s rather sad when people are roaring right by the speaker’s chair and yelling exhibits a loss of stability. Everyone is listened to in the House of Commons, however long the session has to run.
Although, I’m not sure how they work in these situations with everyone continually yelling at one another, and it’s especially irritating the way parliament appear to discuss everything as a joke, particularly Theresa May, and all you hear is ridiculing as if there are some kind of zero points to be made.
They are so rude to ridicule and yell. These are your political MP’s doing this, people that we elected to serve our towns and cities. How bad that they won’t and don’t hear each other and they get rewarded a lot of money to ridicule, shout and essentially do nothing.
Numerous people lost their homes due to Family tax credit and credit blacklisting – the computer said no, and many are then driven to live in an ignitable high-rise home with vanity cladding. It’s called soundless methodical disenfranchisement and extermination.
Wake up people, the business magnate and political honcho has an agenda, it’s called exploitation, simply to finance thrill seeking activity like sex, drugs and extravagant homes, yachts and terrorism.
Children are disciplined to not interrupt when a grown-up is talking, but here you have assumed heads of our nation yelling whilst somebody else is talking and most of them lack basic kindness.
Men, women and children are dead, families destroyed and people are traumatised. The community is devastated because of the government’s cost-cutting, it’s negligent and because of that cost cutting the government is not beyond blame and if seen as blameworthy, arrests should be made.