Live: Patel’s Deportations Blocked, Grenfell Anniversary, Keir’s “Don’t Call Me Boring” Plea
The Tories are furious after their first Rwanda deportation flight was grounded. What happens next, and is leaving the ECHR next on Priti Patel’s agenda? Plus: it’s five years since the fire at Grenfell Tower claimed 72 lives, but has anything changed since the tragedy? With Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani.
Opinion: Why Should Homeowners’ Safety Trump Everyone Else’s?
by Rivkah Brown
Live: Starmer’s Reboot Speech
Novara FM: Red Flag, South Bank
Report: ‘Are we going to be the next Grenfell?’: The People in Lockdown in Buildings With Fire Risks
by James Moules
Opinion: ‘I feel both furious and vindicated’: the Leaked Report Explains Why Labour Didn’t Help Me After Grenfell
by Emma Dent Coad
Grenfell: the Shameful Truth
Two years ago today Grenfell tower caught fire killing at least 72 people. The Grenfell Action Group warned the council this would happen, why were they ignored?
You’ll Never Walk Alone: Remembering Hillsborough 30 Years On
by Jess Thorne
Live: Open Selections & Grenfell With Emma Dent Coad & Beth Redmond
To kick off our daily episodes of #TyskySour Michael will be joined by Emma Dent Coad MP, abortion rights campaigner Beth Redmond and Tysky regular Aaron Bastani to talk women’s conference, #OpenSelection, and a year in the People’s Republic of Kensington.
Wildfires and Tower Block Blazes Aren’t Freak Accidents – These Are the Fires of Austerity
by Alex King
Novara FM: Grenfell: One Year On
Live: The Royal Wedding Feat. Lowkey
Tonight on #TyskySour Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani are joined by Lowkey to discuss the Royal Wedding, the Grenfell enquiry and Gaza.
Lowkey Reports From the Grenfell Silent March
Since the tragedy at Grenfell, local residents have come together once a month to silently march to the site of the tower. Lowkey explains how this is a community with a history of organising in the face of adversity.