£50 million needed to improve tower block safety

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£50 million needed to improve tower block safety

The Mayor should set aside £50 million to fit older tower blocks in the capital with sprinklers, while the government should take steps to make them mandatory in every residential building in England.

Those are the key recommendations in a new report from the London Assembly, following the Grenfell disaster.

It claims we're are currently falling behind other world cities when it comes to protecting ourselves against fire.

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