Lawyers are offering free legal services to victims of the Grenfell Tower fire, as partners predict litigation running into years following the disaster that has killed at least 17 people in west London this week.

Devereux Chambers tax QC Jolyon Maugham, who has said he will provide legal help to Grenfell residents free of charge, has called on housing, employment and welfare lawyers to offer their services to victims of the disaster. The 24-storey block, which contained 120 flats, reportedly housed between 400 and 600 people.

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