The family of a taxi driver who died when part of a building collapsed onto her car says they "owe it to her" to find out what happened that night. 49-year-old Julie Sillitoe died when storms and high winds hit central London on 14 February.
Speaking to ITV News, her husband Steve Sillitoe said: "we don't live in a third world country, and buildings don't just collapse."
More top news
One of the country's most extravagant private homes has been snapped up for just a quarter of the original £100 million asking price
Transport for London is being forced to pull down Germanwings tube adverts with the words "get ready to be surprised" after the fatal crash
Two huge boring machines are entering the final stage of their 26 mile journey underneath London's streets