Grenfell Tower inquiry starts, three months on from disaster
It's three months on from the Grenfell Tower disaster and today marks the start of the public inquiry.
Meanwhile, Good Morning Britain has learned that only three families have successfully moved in to permanent accommodation, while 22 offers of permanent accommodation have been accepted. Twenty-nine families are in temporary accommodation and 150 are still in hotels.
It's also emerged the former chief executive of the company that manages Grenfell Tower is reportedly on the same salary, three months after stepping down from the role.
This morning we spoke to Sid Ali-Altmani and Antonio Roncolato who both lived in the tower and say they're still trying to get their lives back to normal.
Sid told us he's been offered a two-bedroom flat but refused it because it was too far away from the area. Meanwhile Antonio is continuing to live in a hotel room with his son and has also refused accommodation because it was unsuitable or wasn't being offered on a permanent basis. "I want to move only once," he told GMB. "I don't want to get used to something, even if it's really nice and then have to move after one year because it's hired for only one year and then have to go back to a hotel."
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