Gove aims to stop developers pointing finger elsewhere on fire safety

Analysis: housing secretary hoping builders will choose to pay up rather than wreck relationship with government

Leaseholders will not have to pay to fix any fire risks, vows Gove

For nearly two years, a small army of lawyers has been trying to decide who to blame for Grenfell Tower’s dangerous cladding. At the outset of the latest phase of the public inquiry into the disaster, lead counsel warned the organisations involved against indulging in “a merry-go-round of buck-passing”.

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