More than 900 bereaved family members, survivors and local people who were affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, which killed 72 people in June 2017, have agreed on a settlement of their civil claims arising from the blaze.
The cladding company Arconic said it was among the firms that were involved in the high court case and had agreed to the settlement.
The settlement does not affect the public inquiry which is looking into the circumstances leading up to and surrounding the blaze and neither does it affect the potential for any criminal charges to be brought in the future.
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