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Labour says Bolton fire must act as 'wake up call' as it emerges government set to miss target for removing dangerous cladding from buildings by 13 years

Independent Saturday, 16 November 2019
Blaze at student accommodation building fuels fresh concerns about materials linked to rapid spread of Grenfell fire
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News video: Probe launched into fire which 'spread rapidly' in Bolton student accommodation block

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An investigation is under way into the cause of a blaze at a student accommodation block which spread “extremely rapidly” to the upper floors of the building. The top floor of The Cube, which houses students from the University of Bolton, was gutted and visible damage was caused to the fourth and...

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