London's burning

Can't she afford a jacket that fits?
the picture actually has Grenfell tower written above it like anyone could mistake it for anything else, i also note it has eyesore written below it which considering it will apparently sit on the staircase of Downing st is fitting, i can see it now.. a world leader making a beeline for it!
 
I welcome this inquiry, notwithstanding all the usual pc- driven 'noises off' from the usual rabble rousers and politicians with agendas. Some individuals (perhaps organisations) need to fall spectacularly from grace for this tragedy and I truly hope the fragrant Emma Dent Code is one of them, the odious specimen that she is. If a few criminals, masquerading as 'victims' are brought to book too, even better.
 
I welcome this inquiry, notwithstanding all the usual pc- driven 'noises off' from the usual rabble rousers and politicians with agendas. Some individuals (perhaps organisations) need to fall spectacularly from grace for this tragedy and I truly hope the fragrant Emma Dent Code is one of them, the odious specimen that she is. If a few criminals, masquerading as 'victims' are brought to book too, even better.
I can't be the only person that think inquiries should be about laying out/discovering the complex web of facts, not some Americanised turbo emoting competition.

I realise family members are grieving, however rolling them up to chimp off clichèd misery in no way adds any value to what should be a cold and logical process without being hindered by all the chin wobbling going on (and being filmed!!)
 
I can't be the only person that think inquiries should be about laying out/discovering the complex web of facts, not some Americanised turbo emoting competition.

I realise family members are grieving, however rolling them up to chimp off clichèd misery in no way adds any value to what should be a cold and logical process without being hindered by all the chin wobbling going on (and being filmed!!)
Totally agree with you there. The grief fest today would have put Liverpool to shame.
 
I can't be the only person that think inquiries should be about laying out/discovering the complex web of facts, not some Americanised turbo emoting competition.

I realise family members are grieving, however rolling them up to chimp off clichèd misery in no way adds any value to what should be a cold and logical process without being hindered by all the chin wobbling going on (and being filmed!!)
I am in total agreement with you. Its taken too long for the inquiry to start and this is going to waste a week and a half, never mind the extra expense. The inquest is the place for family statements etc.
 
I can't be the only person that think inquiries should be about laying out/discovering the complex web of facts, not some Americanised turbo emoting competition.

I realise family members are grieving, however rolling them up to chimp off clichèd misery in no way adds any value to what should be a cold and logical process without being hindered by all the chin wobbling going on (and being filmed!!)
Don’t disagree with any of that, but inevitably, the media and certain elements in society are controlling the agenda here. It’s the (Americanised) society we have become, ever since the People’s Princess was laid to rest.
Add in the poor ‘refugee’ element and you have the perfect storm.
 
I can't be the only person that think inquiries should be about laying out/discovering the complex web of facts, not some Americanised turbo emoting competition.

I realise family members are grieving, however rolling them up to chimp off clichèd misery in no way adds any value to what should be a cold and logical process without being hindered by all the chin wobbling going on (and being filmed!!)
I think Sir Martin thought "let's get this over with in the first few days - then we can get on with it". I fear when the 50th victims and beyond family starts to say their piece then I'm afraid it'll rather wash over the Inquiry. They'll have heard it all before.
 
I think Sir Martin thought "let's get this over with in the first few days - then we can get on with it". I fear when the 50th victims and beyond family starts to say their piece then I'm afraid it'll rather wash over the Inquiry. They'll have heard it all before.
Unless it's a cunning ruse to establish what percentage think it was 'allahs will'...day 8 we have a clear majority...allah is fined 5 shillings and inquiry concluded and we can go for a spot of lunch.
 
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Major bleat-fest on BBC One: "Grenfell, who is to blame?"

Did we not establish that it was our disappearing Ethiopian taxi driver chum? He who already seemed to have his bags packed, and made like a swastika as the fire took hold?
 
Major bleat-fest on BBC One: "Grenfell, who is to blame?"

Did we not establish that it was our disappearing Ethiopian taxi driver chum?
Just watched it there. If the claims hold true about people signing off on materials untested etc.. I think a few folk are fcuked.
 
Lots of complaints about inflammable stuff left in the lobbies on each floor.

Now let me guess who left it there because their sense of entitlement means doing anything except demanding more free stuff is someone else's responsibility.

Fuckem.
 
Just watched it there. If the claims hold true about people signing off on materials untested etc.. I think a few folk are fcuked.
The journo doorstepping the people came across as a desperate tosser. An inquiry has just started yet he's chasing individuals asking 'Are you responsible for the 72 deaths?' and asking why they won't answer his questions.

Proper journalism at its finest
 
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