. . . and we’re all in this together, are we?
Due to central government cuts, local authorities cannot afford to install sprinkler systems in tower blocks full of families.
According to experts, authorities with greater concentrations of disadvantaged population groups have suffered faster or deeper cuts to fire safety in the community, particularly those in urban areas.
The same government, however, thinks it’s very important that sprinkler systems are installed in their own workplace:
Despite austerity, the same government can find £1.3 million to install a sophisticated sprinkler system in parliament:
Because the government thinks some people’s lives are more important than others?
Namely, their own?