The housing secretary yesterday announced the government’s latest plan to tackle the cladding crisis, here are his words in full
Ever since the events of 14 June 2017, when 72 people lost their life in the horrific blaze at Grenfell Tower, the issue of who pays for fire safety works on tower blocks has been a huge problem for government.
Leaseholders have been hit with bills for tens of thousands of pounds, and the mortgage market has stalled due to the requirements for building safety information.
Yesterday, housing secretary Michael Gove unveiled the latest government plan to deal with the problem. But what did he actually say in his speech? In case you missed it, below is the full text of Gove’s address to the House of Commons
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