Relatives of people who died in the Grenfell Tower fire have called for an overhaul of the London Fire Brigade, saying its top brass should resign and even face prosecution.
At an emotional press conference, family members of 20 victims of the inferno severely criticised the emergency response, saying a lot of lives could have been saved if the "stay put" policy had been abandoned earlier.
Nazanin Aghlani, who lost two family members in the blaze, said some firefighters displayed a "serious lack of common sense" and failed to see "what was so vivid in front of them".
She said: "If a fire happened tonight the same thing would happen again.
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