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People who were unlawfully subletting flats in Grenfell Tower will not be prosecuted if they come forward with information about who was in their properties at the time of the deadly fire, the government has said. The guidance has been issued amid fears that the threat of prosecution has prevented tenants coming forward to help identify people who were there on the night of the blaze but may not yet have been reported as missing.
originally posted by: Kester
So this is the majority of fire victims.
Labour MP David Lammy, whose friend Khadija Saye died in the fire, indicated Sir Martin must work hard to maintain the confidence of victims. "He is a white, upper-middle class man . . .
originally posted by: The GUT
Either way, if anybody is to be prosecuted it sure ain't any that was in the building. It's malfeasance and some stoopid bureaucrats should be answering to a court or the people themselves.
The Cocaine Dealer