'UTTERLY INADEQUATE' FIRE TESTS CARRIED OUT AFTER GRENFELL TOWER INFERNO

Testing methods for building materials are not reproducing actual conditions and are in need of 'urgent review', the Fire Protection Association warned in the wake of the London fire.

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