Government ministers ‘congratulated themselves’ for cutting fire regulations

Posted: June 18, 2017 in Uncategorized

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The extremely dangerous and flammable insulation padding used on the Grenfell tower block has been banned for 20 years in America.

ukgovernmentwatch

Sajid Javid is responsible for the anti-Red Tape initiative

”In February this year, ministers posted on a government website details of their ‘anti-red tape’ agenda on new-build properties.

In a separate report fire safety inspections, the Conservatives said, had been reduced for some companies from six hours to just 45 minutes.

The move, titled Cutting Red Tape, was part of the Tory plans to abolish a ‘health and safety’ culture that they claimed was hurting money-making businesses.”
Government ministers ‘congratulated themselves’ for cutting fire regulations

Maurice Thomas
It couldn’t get any worse for Sajid Javed and his party. It shows what their true priorities lie. We need an inquest not a public inquiry to get to the real truth as to who is responsible.

Derek Gale · University of Portsmouth
Did you know that the extremely dangerous and flammable insulation padding used on the Grenfell tower block has been banned for…

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  1. futuret says:

    THERE ARE ASBESTOS IN MANY OF THE BUILDINGS HERE IN THE USA; IT HAS ALSO BEEN A PART OF AN INGREDIENT IN JOHNSON AND JOHNSON BABY POWDER, THEY DO TAKE DETOURS TO GET THEIR WAY, WITH OUR LIVES. WHERE WE NEED REGULATIONS AND QUALITY STANDARDS OF SAFETY WE DO NOT GET THEM, WE ONLY GET THEM WHERE THEY ARE NOT NEEDED.

  2. You betcha. The whole US regulatory regime is designed to protect the corporations they’re supposedly regulating.

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