It's at least as likely to be bad journalism as much as it is a bad press release though isnt it ?Anonymous. wrote:Flockwitt wrote:Do they state in what way are they failing Anon?Anonymous. wrote:I give up with the info coming out from the government. First they say there are 600 tower blocks with the similar cladding to Grenfell tower. Then they say they got it wrong and it's 600 blocks that need testing and they are testing 100 samples a day and upwards of 27 are expected to fail.
Now they are saying they are working round the clock but have only had 34 samples and all 34 have failed but not to worry because councils are only sending samples of cladding they are worried about. If they have the capacity to test 100 a day and they are working round the clock since Wednesday how is it they have only tested 34. I'm thinking another correction to the info is likely.‘So far the cladding from 34 high-rise buildings, in 17 local authority areas, has failed the combustibility test.’
http://metro.co.uk/2017/06/24/governmen ... z4kzrx1h8J
Article seems to be all over the place.