YP Letters: Like Grenfell, fracking puts profits first

FOLLOWING the terrible tragedy of Grenfell Tower, an angry public outcry has questioned cost-cutting that resulted in 79 deaths. They demand to know why the management company contracted by the Conservative-controlled Kensington and Chelsea fitted flammable rather than fire-resistant cladding in order to save a few thousand pounds. Despite frequent complaints from residents’ groups, corporate profit was put before the needs of ordinary people.


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