Glasgow Mum No Longer Feels Safe In High Rise After Grenfell Tower Fire
16 June 2017, 07:22 | Updated: 16 June 2017, 07:37
Heart's spoken to one mum in Glasgow who wants to move out of her high-rise after the massive fire at Grenfell Tower in London.
17 bodies have been found so far, but dozens are missing and safety concerns are hampering recovery efforts.
The Prime Minister has ordered a public inquiry, as questions are asked about the building's safety.
Julie's lived in a tower block for three years, and says she no longer feels safe:
On Thursday, the First Minister announced a ministerial group will review regulations in Scotland following the devastating fire.
Scottish Government officials are also investigating if any high-rise buildings in Scotland are covered in the type of cladding used in the Grenfell Tower.
Former Fire Brigade Union chief Roddy Robertson claims it could be found here: