A coroner has called for a redesign of household appliances to reduce the risk of fires after an inquest found a Beko fridge-freezer was the likely cause of a deadly blaze in a London home.
Consumer Editor Chris Choi reports from the inquest:
Coroner says components with fire risk should be housed in non combustible material
Coroner calls for redesign of appliances to reduce risk of fires
Coroner asks whether products could have a fire risk rating - rather like energy efficient labels
More top news
The SNP’s Hannah Bardell was filmed playing keepy-uppy with a football in the chamber and posing for photos with other MPs.
The kitchens in the Al Manaar mosque brings together families in a community deeply scarred by the Grenfell Tower fire last year.
490 jobs are to be cut from Bombardier's Northern Ireland workforce, following a review into their manpower requirements in Belfast.