“Members of the royal family have joined bereaved families and survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire for a memorial for the 71 people killed in the blaze.
“A banner bearing a green heart and the word “Grenfell” was held aloft by mourners, who also clutched white roses and photographs of the dead.
“But, six months on from the blaze, how close are we to achieving such a sense of completion? Here are the central issues at play.
“Two days after the disaster, the Prime Minister promised families would be rehoused within three weeks.
“In November, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) said every survivor would be able to move into a new home before Christmas.
“As they left the memorial, held at St Paul’s Cathedral, the bereaved called on politicians to deliver justice.”
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