Grenfell fire: Will a toxicology expert's resignation prompt a rethink about how health risks are assessed?

Concerns over the government’s approach to the environmental aftermath of one of the UK’s worst modern disasters led a toxicology expert to quit an advisory panel in August. Does contamination pose an ongoing health threat?

by Jocelyn Timperley
Grenfell Tower: two years on from the tragedy questions are being raised about toxic contamination caused by the fire. Photograph: Guy RD/Shutterstock
Grenfell Tower: two years on from the tragedy questions are being raised about toxic contamination caused by the fire. Photograph: Guy RD/Shutterstock

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