Kim Taylor-Smith, who's in charge of the Grenfell rehousing efforts, says trauma has made choosing new homes difficult for survivors
Karim Khalloufi and his mother were not granted a visa in time by the Home Office to attend the opening weeks of the Inquiry to read a statement in honour of their relative Khadija.
Almost a year on from the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy 43 households remain in hotels.
The lawyer representing Behailu Kebede, the occupant of the fourth-floor flat in which the Grenfell Tower fire started, says his client has suffered from trauma
Stephanie Barwise QC, representing survivors and the bereaved, claimed that Rydon, the main contractor, was being "disingenuous" about its involvement.
Joyce Msokeri stands accused of fabricating family loss to claim food, clothing and room at Hilton
Delaney says housing is the biggest problem facing Grenfell survivors and said council should 'correct the narrative'
Clarrie Meny, who lost two family members in the blaze, said there would be a lot of expectation for the service at St Paul's Cathedral
The Central and North West London NHS Trust reports it has seen more than 1,800 people enter its programme for post-traumatic stress disorder since the tower fire
Robert Atkinson spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer amid reports of 103 households still needing proper accommodation six months after the tragedy
The Labour leader released a statement to condemn the Tories for the pace at which they are rehousing victims of the disaster
The Labour MP for Kensington attacked the Tories in Parliament, saying 'Grenfell Britain' was their only legacy
The numbers of people affected by the tower fire are expected to be around roughly 11,000
The Times is reporting a tour guide has been sent back to China and a bus driver suspended over the incident
25 resident associations took part in the vote held by the council
Yaqub Hashim's parents and two siblings had already been confirmed dead
Scotland Yard says inquiry's manslaughter probe can extend to individuals
Galloway also speaks passionately about Grenfell Tower and Prince George's school in his weekly monologue
Samia Badani says she and her fellow residents 'have suffered 20 years of neglect and we don't see a way out'.
The retired judge chosen to head the probe by Theresa May gave a key address in central London on Thursday
Pat Mason, a Labour councillor in Kensington and Chelsea Council, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer as the inquiry into the tower fire opens
Jim Fitzpatrick, a former fireman who represents Poplar and Limehouse, backed the call to install sprinklers in high-rise flats ahead of the inquiry into the fire
The group Silence of Suicide claims the survivors have been struggling to cope in the wake of the disaster which killed at least 80 people
Joyce Msokeri charged with six counts of fraud and will appear in court today (September 5)
The Prime Minister met former residents of the block privately earlier in the week
The work on the tower will stop for the bank holiday weekend because of 'practical difficulties' caused by the Notting Hill Carnival
Tiago Alves asks Elizabeth Campbell why she isn't holding meetings for all residents
The BBC has seen documents which claim there were 'liaisons' with the Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation over the renovations
Tiago Alves said people 'need to pay' for what happened to the tower block
The fire engulfed the Kensington tower in June, and at least 80 people are believed to be dead
John Cooper says Grenfell 'can't be divorced from recent history of depravation and discrimination'
At least 80 people are believed to have died in the tower blaze
The council held another public meeting over Grenfell Tower on Wednesday
Councillor Robert Atkinson spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the upcoming inquiry
Property Guru Ed Mead spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the list of unoccupied properties revealed by The Guardian newspaper
The two-year-old was confirmed to have perished in the tower blaze in June
Senior figures in the local authority and the Tenant Management Organisation are to face questioning over the tower fire
At least 80 people are believed to have died after a fire tore through the building in June
Sir Martin Moore-Bick was told he didn't have the community confidence to deal with the disaster
The former choreographer for BBC Strictly Come Dancing swung by the studio for a chat with Paul Ross and Carole Malone
Kim Taylor-Smith refuses to promise full amnesty and says it's proving extremely difficult to find homes for those affected
Metropolitan Police Deputy Commissioner Craig Mackey said the 'extraordinary size' of the crime scene had required the extra recruitment
Our host discussed the public meeting where Kensington and Chelsea Council elected a new leader on Wednesday
Elizabeth Campbell was elected to the position of Kensington and Chelsea Council Leader at the meeting
Inquiry team has come under fierce criticism over the background of its members
Scotland Yard gave an update of the tower fire investigation on Monday
Sir Martin Moore-Bick faced an angry public meeting tonight