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>> The youngest known victim of the London blaze named on Tuesday. Five-year-old Isaac Paulous was among at least 79 dead or missing. About 20 of the victims now named, though police say the exact number and identify of the dead may never be known. The consequences of the blaze still unfolding.
95 tower blocks around the country now tested for fire safety. Every single one has failed, meaning thousands of residents are potentially at risk. Still in focus, the cladding blamed for spreading the fire. US manufacturer Arconic, formally part of Alcoa, saying it will stop selling the product. Shares in the company falling in the early trade Tuesday after a 6% slide the day before.
That, after Reuters reported that the company knowingly supplied flammable cladding. Arconic, saying in a statement, that it wasn't its job to decide whether products met local safety standards.