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3120px-Hillside_Cladding_Fire.jpg?profile=RESIZE_710xPressure growing on ministers to launch £2bn bailout, with rally planned by debt-stricken leaseholders

More than half a million people are living in unsafe private apartments wrapped in combustible cladding, according to a survey by property agents, as pressure grows on ministers to launch a bailout that could cost more than £2bn.

The estimated scale of the post-Grenfell cladding crisis is far higher than previous government figures have suggested and comes before a rally in Westminster on Tuesday, when leaseholders who are facing unaffordable bills of up to £100,000 each will demand action from ministers.


The Guardian

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