Robert Jenrick announces billions to fix cladding on high-rises

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The housing secretary, Robert Jenrick, has announced a £3.5bn fund to fix dangerous cladding on high-rise buildings in England and further loans for leaseholders to fix similar problems in shorter buildings, with maximum monthly repayments of £50 a month

UK government announces £3.5bn fund to fix cladding on high-rise buildings

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