Review/Update of the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007

Review/Update of the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007

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Rebecca Oliver started this petition to UK Parliament

Prior to the ending of the Grenfell Tower enquiry in June 2020, a review of the corporate manslaughter act is imperative. Since the 2007 Act, there have been fewer than 25 convictions. Not only are such corporations to be prosecuted, but it is also unjust if individuals are not found guilty under breaches of the act, with imprisonment time. There are currently many loopholes for convictions to happen and it is mandatory for a review to happen, to bring justice to those who lost their lives and for the family and friends.

We must as a community of London and the UK, make sure this disaster does not happen ever again. This should have never occurred in the first place and we must challenge our government to review the act and make prosecutions happen to all the corporations which were involved and also such individuals who consciously made decisions, which sadly made Grenfell Tower burn down on the 14th June 2017.

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