I mean that rapid action when it’s all going wrong is often the best way - in many circumstances:Sorry, can you expand on that? I don't understand what you're saying.
No, that would have been the local planning office and the LFB fire safety officers, yes? Or would have been if Labour had not watered down fire regulations. At least that is my understanding of the matter.Totally Agree, Kingspan made the stuff and gave the correct specifications for the cladding. They are not there to police who buys it and sticks it on a council run human battery farm.
But I remember when Grenfell happened. It was specifically Theresa May’s fault. Labour said so.No, that would have been the local planning office and the LFB fire safety officers, yes? Or would have been if Labour had not watered down fire regulations. At least that is my understanding of the matter.
Both parties line their mates pockets, it is just nauseating when the one in opposition plays the righteous outrage card.
How much did the rivets cost in the making of the Millennium Dome ?
Whose mate in Blair's old chambers got the well paid job of heading up the project, because barristers are top banana engineers, aren't they?
When the Aylesbury Estate in Southwark (which had the highest crime rate in the EU, which in itself is ironic as in 1964 it was a jewel in the crown of Labours* social vision of the future) was pledged six million for long overdue repairs by Tony Blair, he assigned a consultant to report on everything that needed doing, and that consultants fee for the report was.... six million.
*Labour MPs generally had the working class interests to heart, ie, it wasn't just trotted out and spun up when elections loomed.
Anyway, rant over.
Which leaves me with a little bit of a moral quandary, because the copper inside me believes that anyone who dislikes Theresa May cannot be all bad.But I remember when Grenfell happened. It was specifically Theresa May’s fault. Labour said so.
I can’t imagine that they were trying to divert from who watered down the regs…
Or maybe Mercedes wasn't anticipating how some people are waiting to pounce on certain organisations.I’m surprised at Mercedes lack of due diligence on this. I would have thought they would vet potential sponsors very closely.