I’m pleased that after being lobbied the Judge of the inquiry decided to allow tributes to the 72 who died to be given at the start of the enquiry. He said these testimonies were an integral part of the evidence. I’ve found the first few to be given incredibly moving and dignified and a stark reminder of the terrible event. He’s allowing each family to give the tribute in whatever way they wish and to take as long as they want. I think this sympathetic and humane decision by him could well reassure the families and the community of how the inquiry will be carried out and hopefully also put the fire back in the public eye again and increase pressure on the Government to sort out the rehousing issues at long last.
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