The companies that supplied flammable material for Grenfell Tower have been branded "evil" by Joseph John, a survivor who heard them give evidence.

Phase one of the public inquiry into the Grenfell disaster, which revealed lives could have been saved if the block was evacuated sooner, focused on cost-cutting carried out by Kensington and Chelsea council.

The current second phase is looking at how the 1970s tower came to be in a condition that allowed the fire to spread.

Russell-Cooke consultant Graham French comments in The Sun on the progress of the inquiry and what it means for his clients who "want the truth about the causes of the disaster."

Grenfell survivor tells of disgust at bosses' evidence is free to read on The Sun's website.

Graham is a consultant in the property and housing litigation team now working principally on the Public Inquiry and related litigation on behalf of clients affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.