It’s exactly one year since the Grenfell Tower fire in London. 72 innocent lives were lost after many were trapped inside and killed by the blaze that engulfed the 24-storey housing block in London’s richest borough. It’s the biggest national disaster in UK history since the Hillsborough tragedy nearly 30 years ago. A public Grenfell inquiry is now underway, to help get answers for the survivors and families of victims, and to determine how a catastrophic incident like this was allowed to happen in 21st century Britain. But at the end of it all, how likely is justice for Grenfell?