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Re: Labour ignored flammable cladding for 10 years

Postby Viper » Sun Jun 18, 2017 6:52 pm

So with the evidence produced in this thread;

Jan 2000 labour government (corbin mcdonnell abbott thornbury etc in office) produced a report to the house of commons say the cladding was safe to use.

Then many buildings were clad during labours subsequent 10 years of government, and since in labour controlled council areas.

Blood on their hands?

Leftie aggitators not mentioning these inconvenient FACTS whilst publically displaying their crocodile tears but privately cheering the opportunity to further their anti democratic agenda of overthrowing elected government.

Scum.
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Re: Labour ignored flammable cladding for 10 years

Postby McAz » Sun Jun 18, 2017 6:54 pm

Eight years before Tuesday night’s tragedy at Grenfell Tower, a similar blaze at Lakanal House in South London raised concerns about the lack of sprinklers and cladding added to high-rise towers.

A 2013 coroners report into the fire, which killed six people, recommended Mr Javid’s department, then run by Eric Pickles, review building regulations, “with particular regard to the spread of fire over the external envelope of the building.”

Almost four years on, the only progress the department has made in reviewing the regulations is to publish a survey in February 2017.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/tory-minister-struggles-explain-government-10632410


Why did you lie about this being fake news, Viper? :dunno:
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Re: Labour ignored flammable cladding for 10 years

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 18, 2017 6:54 pm

Viper wrote:So with the evidence produced in this thread;

Jan 2000 labour government (corbin mcdonnell abbott thornbury etc in office) produced a report to the house of commons say the cladding was safe to use.

Then many buildings were clad during labours subsequent 10 years of government, and since in labour controlled council areas.

Blood on their hands?


Who is Corbin?

Why are you posting this whataboutery thread?
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Re: Labour ignored flammable cladding for 10 years

Postby Viper » Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:04 pm

McAz wrote:Eight years before Tuesday night’s tragedy at Grenfell Tower, a similar blaze at Lakanal House in South London raised concerns about the lack of sprinklers and cladding added to high-rise towers.

A 2013 coroners report into the fire, which killed six people, recommended Mr Javid’s department, then run by Eric Pickles, review building regulations, “with particular regard to the spread of fire over the external envelope of the building.”

Almost four years on, the only progress the department has made in reviewing the regulations is to publish a survey in February 2017.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/tory-minister-struggles-explain-government-10632410


Why did you lie about this being fake news, Viper? :dunno:


8 years before...when labour government told the house of commons this cladding was safe...
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Re: Labour ignored flammable cladding for 10 years

Postby McAz » Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:09 pm

Viper wrote:
McAz wrote:Eight years before Tuesday night’s tragedy at Grenfell Tower, a similar blaze at Lakanal House in South London raised concerns about the lack of sprinklers and cladding added to high-rise towers.

A 2013 coroners report into the fire, which killed six people, recommended Mr Javid’s department, then run by Eric Pickles, review building regulations, “with particular regard to the spread of fire over the external envelope of the building.”

Almost four years on, the only progress the department has made in reviewing the regulations is to publish a survey in February 2017.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/tory-minister-struggles-explain-government-10632410


Why did you lie about this being fake news, Viper? :dunno:


8 years before...when labour government told the house of commons this cladding was safe...


Pickles was asked to make changes in 2013 when the dangers of this cladding was known, had he done so these poor folk might not be dead - why did you lie by saying this was fake news? :shake head:
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Re: Labour ignored flammable cladding for 10 years

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:23 pm

McAz wrote:
Viper wrote:
McAz wrote:Eight years before Tuesday night’s tragedy at Grenfell Tower, a similar blaze at Lakanal House in South London raised concerns about the lack of sprinklers and cladding added to high-rise towers.

A 2013 coroners report into the fire, which killed six people, recommended Mr Javid’s department, then run by Eric Pickles, review building regulations, “with particular regard to the spread of fire over the external envelope of the building.”

Almost four years on, the only progress the department has made in reviewing the regulations is to publish a survey in February 2017.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/tory-minister-struggles-explain-government-10632410


Why did you lie about this being fake news, Viper? :dunno:


8 years before...when labour government told the house of commons this cladding was safe...


Pickles was asked to make changes in 2013 when the dangers of this cladding was known, had he done so these poor folk might not be dead - why did you lie by saying this was fake news? :shake head:


https://www.publications.parliament.uk/ ... 217s01.htm

11 Conservatives voted against the installation of sprinklers in 2013.

But it is New Labour's fault. :off head:
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Re: Labour ignored flammable cladding for 10 years

Postby Viper » Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:24 pm

Mirror fake news. Why did labour (corbyn abbott mcdonnell in office) tell the house of commons this cladding was safe and proceeded to spend next ten years wrapping social housing in it, and not fitting sprinklers? When the country was flush with cash to.

Corbyn abbott mcdonnell should apologise to victims of grenfell and resign should they not.
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Re: Labour ignored flammable cladding for 10 years

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:25 pm

Viper wrote:
Guest wrote:
Viper wrote:
Stooo wrote:Seventeen years ago?

Talk about desperate.


It could have been prevented 17 years ago? Should it have been?

As ever Viper is entirely disingenuous at best.

In 2013 Eric Pickles was asked change regulations so that all future routine maintenance of tower blocks would include a sprinkler system and all cladding should be a fireproof variety made with mineral wool. Homes and Communities Secretary Eric Pickles chose to listen to Conservative councils anxious not to put up Council Taxes too much rather than safety experts who foresaw that Grenfell Tower was only a matter of time.

The blood is very specifically on Eric Pickles hands


Fake news


It is in the Daily Mail and Sun.
Are you saying they are spreading fake news?
Does that mean you will never link to those fake news, in your opinion, sites?
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Re: Labour ignored flammable cladding for 10 years

Postby McAz » Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:26 pm

Viper wrote:Mirror fake news.


And the BBC too?

"There has been criticism that warnings were ignored from a coroner's report in March 2013 following a deadly 2009 fire in south London - at Lakanal House in Southwark.

Coroner Frances Kirkham wrote to then Communities Secretary Eric Pickles, flagging up several areas of concern."


Who are seeking to protect with your lies Viper?
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Re: Labour ignored flammable cladding for 10 years

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:27 pm

Viper wrote:Mirror fake news. Why did labour (corbyn abbott mcdonnell in office) tell the house of commons this cladding was safe and proceeded to spend next ten years wrapping social housing in it, and not fitting sprinklers? When the country was flush with cash to.

Corbyn abbott mcdonnell should apologise to victims of grenfell and resign should they not.


Which five London MPs called on New Labour to fully fund sprinkler systems in high rises?
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Re: Labour ignored flammable cladding for 10 years

Postby Viper » Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:28 pm

McAz wrote:
Viper wrote:Mirror fake news. Why did labour (corbyn abbott mcdonnell in office) tell the house of commons this cladding was safe and proceeded to spend next ten years wrapping social housing in it, and not fitting sprinklers? When the country was flush with cash to.

Corbyn abbott mcdonnell should apologise to victims of grenfell and resign should they not.


And the BBC too?

There has been criticism that warnings were ignored from a coroner's report in March 2013 following a deadly 2009 fire in south London - at Lakanal House in Southwark.

Coroner Frances Kirkham wrote to then Communities Secretary Eric Pickles, flagging up several areas of concern.


Why are you happy for labour to wrap social housing in this cladding?
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Re: Labour ignored flammable cladding for 10 years

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:31 pm

Viper wrote:
McAz wrote:Eight years before Tuesday night’s tragedy at Grenfell Tower, a similar blaze at Lakanal House in South London raised concerns about the lack of sprinklers and cladding added to high-rise towers.

A 2013 coroners report into the fire, which killed six people, recommended Mr Javid’s department, then run by Eric Pickles, review building regulations, “with particular regard to the spread of fire over the external envelope of the building.”

Almost four years on, the only progress the department has made in reviewing the regulations is to publish a survey in February 2017.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/tory-minister-struggles-explain-government-10632410


Why did you lie about this being fake news, Viper? :dunno:


8 years before...when labour government told the house of commons this cladding was safe...


Labour councils used the non-flammable panels.
Why didn't Conservative ones do the same?
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Re: Labour ignored flammable cladding for 10 years

Postby McAz » Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:33 pm

Viper wrote:
McAz wrote:
Viper wrote:Mirror fake news. Why did labour (corbyn abbott mcdonnell in office) tell the house of commons this cladding was safe and proceeded to spend next ten years wrapping social housing in it, and not fitting sprinklers? When the country was flush with cash to.

Corbyn abbott mcdonnell should apologise to victims of grenfell and resign should they not.


And the BBC too?

There has been criticism that warnings were ignored from a coroner's report in March 2013 following a deadly 2009 fire in south London - at Lakanal House in Southwark.

Coroner Frances Kirkham wrote to then Communities Secretary Eric Pickles, flagging up several areas of concern.


Why are you happy for labour to wrap social housing in this cladding?


It's banned according to Chancellor Hammond... :dunno:

...why then did Pickles not implement the recommended changes in 2013 when the dangers were known...

...and perhaps more alarmingly, why did Tory-controlled Kensington & Chelsea sign off this illegal cladding in 2016?
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Re: Labour ignored flammable cladding for 10 years

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Re: Labour ignored flammable cladding for 10 years

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 18, 2017 9:18 pm

I don't know what viper is expecting to achieve with this. Those responsible should be arrested and sent down no matter what political affiliation.

Viper you seem totally disgusting and I used to like you.
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