MPs are debate the Grenfell fire inquiry report.
Former prime minister Theresa May, who was in office at the time of the fire in June 2017, says it was a “tragedy that never should have happened”.
She also pays tribute to survivors of the fire, whom she says have been “struggling for the justice they want to see”.
She says there are “many questions” that will need to be addressed during the second phase of the inquiry.
She says it is “significant”, however, that inquiry chairman Sir Martin Moore-Bick was able to say in this first stage of the inquiry that the cladding on the building was non-compliant.