The Metropolitan Police have carried out three interviews under caution and said the investigation has moved to a "new phase"
Michael Dowden admitted to the inquiry that he did not check the building's cladding or declare a major incident when the fire reached the roof, but his supporters say the questioning places blame unfairly on him
Michael Dowden inspected the building in 2016 and told the inquiry he did not check the cladding or the evacuation procedure
talkRADIO speaks to those affected, volunteers and officials about life one year on from the tragedy
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.
Labour councillor Robert Atkinson says the then-leader of the council said 'I don't know' when he asked how everyone would be rehomed within three weeks
Architect and TV presenter George Clarke has launched a petition for the government to end the use of combustible material on homes and public buildings
The Metropolitan Police are probing the London Fire Brigade over their policy.
Stephanie Barwise QC, representing survivors and the bereaved, claimed that Rydon, the main contractor, was being "disingenuous" about its involvement.
Dr Barbara Lane also claimed that the key players involved in the 2016 refurbishment had not ascertained how the new cladding system would behave in a fire.
Expert reports detailing the cause of the inferno and why it spread so quickly are to be published as the inquiry hears an opening statement from its top lawyer.
Tributes to victims of the Grenfell Tower fire were heard over the first week-and-a-half of the enquiry, but some doubt whether the role companies and individuals played will be fully examined
It marked the beginning of two weeks of poignant tributes from family and friends as the first phase of the public inquiry gets under way.
Almost one year on, bereaved family and friends will join together and paint a picture of the loved ones they lost in front of the retired judge chairing the probe, Sir Martin Moore-Bick.
Scotland Yard says inquiry's manslaughter probe can extend to individuals
Inquiry team has come under fierce criticism over the background of its members