End of the Grenfell Inquiry

After two and a half years and 84 weeks of evidence - the Grenfell Inquiry draws to a close. Pete Apps of Inside Housing has been reporting on the findings and evidence from the Inquiry since January 2020 and writes about the process and his experience.



Guardian journalism Robert Booth writes about the next steps and the potential for criminal charges

ITV's Rags Martel wrote on Twitter 'Covering the Grenfell Inquiry has been a career honour. The dignity of survivors, bereaved and the community is a continual inspiration. And in particular, the residents I’ve learnt so much about but never met - the 72 who are no longer here. This was for you.'

Final closing arguments will be made at a further hearing before the Inquiry's chairperson Sir Martin Moore-Bick and his team consider the outcome report and recommendations.


As ever, our thoughts remain will the survivors and bereaved as they wait for justice to be done.

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