JEREMY CORBYN attacked the Tories over Grenfell as he officially launched Labour’s election campaign yesterday.
He blasted minister Jacob Rees-Mogg, who has apologised for implying the 72 victims showed a lack of ‘common sense’ by obeying fire service advice to stay put rather than flee.
Mr Corbyn (pictured) said in Telford, Shropshire: ‘I’ll tell you what’s common sense: don’t put flammable cladding on homes. Don’t close fire stations. Don’t ignore residents when they tell you their home is a death trap.’