Fears of a Grenfell Tower cover-up has led to calls for raids to take place on businesses and authorities at the centre of the investigation into the deadly inferno.
The Prime Minister and the Metropolitan Police have been urged to seize any potentially-incriminating evidence before it can be destroyed.
Council chiefs and building firms could face manslaughter charges over the disaster, in which at least 58 have been killed, a former Director of Public Prosecutions has said.
And Labour MP David Lammy demanded urgent action, claiming contractors were expunging details of their work on the tower from their websites.
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Labour MP David Lammy demanded urgent action, claiming contractors were expunging details of their work on the tower from their websites
Many residents who gathered outside the smoldering ruins of the building said the fire had been caused by a faulty fridge in one of the flats
By mid morning, the plastic cladding could be seen charred and melted on the tower in west London
Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders confirmed there was a criminal investigation into the fire that killed at least 58 in the early hours of Wednesday.
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