Four years since the Grenfell Tower fire, families still say they're being denied justice.
The fire started small in a kitchen in London in 2017, and turned in to the most-deadly domestic blaze since World War II, claiming the lives of 72 people.
Four years on an estimated 700,000 people are still living in buildings wrapped in flammable materials.
LBC correspondent Rachael Venables reported on the fire in 2017.
She spoke to Susie Ferguson.