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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    In horrifically bad taste, but worthy of arrest?


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    Quote Originally Posted by GlesgaeHibby View Post
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    In horrifically bad taste, but worthy of arrest?
    Public order offences like causing others distress or harassment are criminal offences and carry a possible prison sentence of up to 6 months, insulting behaviour is also criminal and can get you a fine.

    So yes, they're worthy of arrests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    Public order offences like causing others distress or harassment are criminal offences and carry a possible prison sentence of up to 6 months, insulting behaviour is also criminal and can get you a fine.

    So yes, they're worthy of arrests.
    They essentially set a cardboard box on fire in their back garden . Meanwhile the people responsible for the actual fire that people died in walk free . What a crazy country we live in .

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    Quote Originally Posted by makaveli1875 View Post
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    They essentially set a cardboard box on fire in their back garden . Meanwhile the people responsible for the actual fire that people died in walk free . What a crazy country we live in .
    There's a bit more to it than simply setting a cardboard box on fire. As for your other 2 points you'll hear no argument from me.

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    Give you one guess as to how they voted in the BREXIT referendum.
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    2 years on, and after being told by the tory prime minister that they'd be sorted within 3 weeks, some families are still not re housed.

    They just don't give a ****.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldo7 View Post
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    2 years on, and after being told by the tory prime minister that they'd be sorted within 3 weeks, some families are still not re housed.

    They just don't give a ****.
    It’s OK. Once Boris ‘man of the people’ Johnson becomes their leader these families will be his top priority. After tax cuts for the rich of course.
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    It's an absolute travesty that much of the blame for the outcome of this tragedy is being put on the fire brigade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    It's an absolute travesty that much of the blame for the outcome of this tragedy is being put on the fire brigade.


    Once again, a prime example of who ultimately controls the media.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    It's an absolute travesty that much of the blame for the outcome of this tragedy is being put on the fire brigade.
    It’s an obvious attempt to deflect the blame from the real people who are responsible for this tragedy.
    This is how Tories view the people living in difficult circumstances.
    https://twitter.com/chunkymark/statu...827546624?s=21

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord bunberry View Post
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    It’s an obvious attempt to deflect the blame from the real people who are responsible for this tragedy.
    This is how Tories view the people living in difficult circumstances.
    https://twitter.com/chunkymark/statu...827546624?s=21
    Wow! Incredible how 36% of the UK population are forecast to vote for such despicable, nasty party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Harp Awakes View Post
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    Wow! Incredible how 36% of the UK population are forecast to vote for such despicable, nasty party.
    That guy in the interview sums up the Tories for me, absolute ****s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    It's an absolute travesty that much of the blame for the outcome of this tragedy is being put on the fire brigade.
    You do know that this is just the first part of the investigation?

    And I’v not read them getting ‘much of the blame’. What I have read is what many suspected all along that LFB response was inadequate and as such may have resulted in additional fatalities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fife-Hibee View Post
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    Once again, a prime example of who ultimately controls the media.
    Remind me again of who that is again?

    And why does the reporting of the outcome of the part of the inquiry that is specifically focused on the LFB response get ‘prime example’ status?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord bunberry View Post
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    That guy in the interview sums up the Tories for me, absolute ****s.
    What sickens me is that lots of people will think the guy is great.

    Edit: I knew I'd seen him before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyeSloan View Post
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    You do know that this is just the first part of the investigation?

    And I’v not read them getting ‘much of the blame’. What I have read is what many suspected all along that LFB response was inadequate and as such may have resulted in additional fatalities.
    Yep, if justice is to be served the next stage really needs to get to the heart of the process by which the type of cladding was selected and procured.

    The council's officials involvement in the approval of the fitting and their consideration of the risks that went with it need to come out.

    You'd hope that no stone will be left unturned now the fire brigades role has been dealt with, it does feel out of sequence to round on them first but maybe it's taking longer to get through all the council's and their contractors records.





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    Quote Originally Posted by RyeSloan View Post
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    You do know that this is just the first part of the investigation?

    And I’v not read them getting ‘much of the blame’. What I have read is what many suspected all along that LFB response was inadequate and as such may have resulted in additional fatalities.
    If the building had not been wrapped in flammable material around a facade with multiple gaps between the external wall and the interior of the flats, their advice would have been correct.

    They couldn’t have known what level of ****show had been performed on that building to create the disaster when they arrived.

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    I was looking at a home report for a flat that is for sale in the development next to ER on the old car park. It scored a ‘3’ for the main walls with a comment from the surveyor: “Elements of the cladding finishes may be formed in combustible material”. I suspect this may be the surveyor watching his back but it definitely put me off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by overdrive View Post
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    I was looking at a home report for a flat that is for sale in the development next to ER on the old car park. It scored a ‘3’ for the main walls with a comment from the surveyor: “Elements of the cladding finishes may be formed in combustible material”. I suspect this may be the surveyor watching his back but it definitely put me off!
    Lots of people here have had trouble selling because of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibee_girl View Post
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    Lots of people here have had trouble selling because of this.
    Which is is a pity, given that the cladding is only problematic on high-rise buildings.

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