Grenfell Tower inquiry: government ministers called to give evidence

Politicians such as Theresa May could be cross-examined about their actions in run-up of fire next year

Government ministers have been called to give evidence to the Grenfell Tower public inquiry in a move that means senior politicians could next year be cross-examined about their actions in the run-up to the disaster and its aftermath.

Key figures have already been asked to provide written statements and some will face detailed questioning in public, said the inquiry secretary, Mark Fisher, in a letter to local councillors.

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