GRENFELL PETITION – PLEASE SIGN & SHARE

We don’t normally do petitions but we will sign this one. Public inquiries are designed to bore the public into disengagement and exhaust the aggrieved. We’ve got long memories: Bloody Sunday, Hillsborough, Lawrence, Leveson, Kelly and the extraordinary Dunblane one that sealed the evidence for 100 years. We’re still waiting for Orgreave.

Grenfell Action Group

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/206722

On Tuesday 12th December, bereaved relatives handed in a 16,600-strong petition to 10 Downing Street demanding that an impartial and independent decision-making panel sits alongside the government appointed inquiry chair, Sir Martin Moore-Bick, in leading the Grenfell inquiry. According to the rules that apply to petitions of government 10,000 signatures are enough to elicit a response from the Prime Minister. Unfortunately that response, deliverd on 22nd December, the very eve of christmas, was a resounding and implaccable no to the demands of the Grenfell community.

This leaves us now in a position where we must do it the hard way. We must find 100,000 signatures by 30th May 2018, at which point parliament will consider debating the petition.

Since the petition was submitted to Downing Street it has continued to attract signatures at a regular but slow pace and is now approaching 27,000 signatures. We need the pace to…

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