Why The Cladding Crisis Might Not Be Over Just Yet

1/10/2022 9:56:00 PM

Why the cladding crisis might not be over just yet

Uk News, Michael Gove

Why the cladding crisis might not be over just yet

The government announces a fresh £4bn plan – but victims say they've 'heard strong words before' and developers criticise 'scatter gun approach'.

Read more: HuffPost UK »

Republican Liz Cheney loses Wyoming seat to Trump-backed candidate

Observers say the three-term conservative congresswoman's loss indicates that Donald Trump still has a grip on the Republican Party. Read more >>

Cladding: Why is it unsafe and what money has the government promised?The government wants building firms to pay for the removal of unsafe cladding from some buildings. Dunno, but I do know if they are private buildings I don't see what the government should be paying for. Why is the BBC bring this up now . should have kept pressure on the government at the time

“Insulting”: why campaigners say the Home Office’s backing of a women’s safety app misses the pointThe Home Office’s decision to back an app that allows people to track their friends’ journeys home in order to promote womenssafety has been met with widespread criticism from campaign groups:

Why Germans remain so jittery about nuclear powerAtomic fission was once the future in Germany. That was before the emergence, in the mid-1970s, of the world’s most enduring anti-nuclear movement The problem with fission is that it is too safe and thus too expensive. But it is essential if we are to decarbonise. Despite your neanderthal clients.

Why Jerod Mayo Should Be a ‘Hot Name' for NFL Head Coach OpeningsWill Jerod Mayo land a head coach job this offseason? Albert Breer joined Patriots Pregame Live to discuss why the Patriots assistant’s skills could be in demand.

Why I’m letting go of London perfectionism for laid-back life in LanguedocA new start in the south of France has let me relax into rural living, abandon the habit of busyness – and allow myself to do things badly

Why it was another FA Cup classic on SaturdayThe magic of the FA Cup is well and truly alive as the third round delivers in dramatic fashion. K

The government announces a fresh £4bn plan – but victims say they've"heard strong words before" and developers criticise"scatter gun approach".Image caption, Residents of some blocks deemed to be unsafe have been forced to leave Flat owners should not have to pay for dangerous cladding to be removed from their buildings, Housing Secretary Michael Gove has said.Rape Crisis England and Wales Jayne Butler said the app was “yet another example” of an initiative that puts the onus on women and their friends to be responsible for their safety.Android .

By .