Dany Cotton had been facing pressure to resign following a critical public inquiry report into the Grenfell blaze.
An adoption charity has been forced to close after its Manchester headquarters were discovered to have Grenfell-style cladding.
The founder of the UK Cladding Action Group has the announcement of a new government fund to replace Grenfell-style cladding on around 170 high-rise private residential buildings is “a bitter pill to swallow”.
Residents of high-rise tower blocks with Grenfell-style cladding have told talkRADIO they are entering a "spiral of debt that will be impossible to get out of".
Residents of high-rise tower blocks are accusing the government of letting them fall towards bankruptcy by doing nothing to remove flammable cladding.
A 46-year-old man has been charged after a video showing an effigy of the Grenfell Tower being burned was posted online.
The Grenfell tower fire could create a worldwide legacy of safer buildings, the Chair of the fire safety review has told talkRADIO.
Cancer-causing chemicals and other potentially harmful toxins have been found close to Grenfell Tower, according to analysis of debris and soil samples.
A woman who made dozens of fraudulent insurance claims totalling nearly £180,000, including ones relating to the Grenfell Tower fire, Manchester bombing and Borough Market terrorist attack, has been jailed for three years.
A 28-year-old man who pretended to be a victim of the Grenfell Tower disaster has been jailed for four years and six months.
Sharife Elouahabi falsely said he was staying with relatives in a flat on the 21st floor of the block.
The Times’ Paul Morgan-Bentley has said that a Times investigation found that 40 charities and more than 300 companies have been banned from publicly criticising the Prime Minister and her Cabinet.
Sharife Elhouabi pretended to have lived on the 21st floor of Grenfell Tower in order to claim over £100,000 in assistance
Housing secretary James Brokenshire has responded to a video circulating in which a group of people burn a model of Grenfell Tower
A video clip appeared on social media of a model of Grenfell Tower being burned while those filming it laugh. Dany Cotton and Diane Abbott, as well as survivors' groups, condemned the incident
Demonstrators delivered an open letter to James Brokenshire demanding dangerous cladding was removed from buildings immedia
Housing secretary James Brokenshire announced in his speech at the Conservative Party conference that combustible cladding will be banned on certain buildings
Jenny McDonagh, who worked for Kensington and Chelsea Council and defrauded the Grenfell survivors' fund of thousands for herself, has been jailed for five years
The “horrendous” spread of the fire up Grenfell Tower meant no one should have lived in that building, a Senior Fire Commander has said.
As a thirteenth person pleads guilty to fraud related to the Grenfell Tower fire, these are the others who've been exposed
Abdelkarim Rekaya pretended to have been a victim of the Grenfell Tower fire
Kensington and Chelsea have apologised to Sue Duggins for asking her to remove her green Grenfell hearts from her wall, after classing them as graffiti.
A woman in south east London has received hate mail slating the victims of Grenfell after displaying a poster in solidarity of those affected by the fire.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, has written the foreward for a new cookbook helping Grenfell survivors
Survivors, the bereaved and local residents will decide "the most fitting and appropriate way" to memorialise the tragedy's 72 victims under the Grenfell Tower Memorial Commission.
Communities Secretary James Brokenshire has written to around 60 building owners setting out steps they must take to avoid fines.
After former finance manager pleaded guilty to defrauding a Grenfell fund, Mike Graham has suggested hat public services may not be as concerned about their finances as the private sector
Derrick Peters pretended to have lived in Grenfell Tower to avoid being jailed for a burglary. He has been jailed for six years
Inside Housing reported that the council were considering selling homes that did not meet Grenfell survivors' requirements, but the council says no decision has been made as yet
Kensington and Chelsea Council is reportedly "reviewing" future use of housing intended for Grenfell survivors after some properties weren't suitable
Labour Kensington and Chelsea councillor Robert Atkinson said it would be his “priority” to have social housing on the Grenfell site despite claims that local people do not want housing on the site.
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) announced it would take over legal responsibilities instead of Kensington and Chelsea Council
The Grenfell Tower site will be transferred back to Kensington and Chelsea Council when forensic investigations conclude
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
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
Almost a year on from the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy 43 households remain in hotels.
The NHS received £8 million in additional funding to reach as many as possible following the Grenfell Tower fire, and anticipates services will be needed 'for years'
The Metropolitan Police are probing the London Fire Brigade over their policy.
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
Melanie Coles, a teacher who lives in the Grenfell Tower area, was interviewed for a piece about the Grenfell community and says recordings were posted without her consent. The LRB plans to publish a response in its next issue
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.
The pair, both 51, have pleaded guilty to two counts of fraud by false representation.
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.