Sixty high-rise buildings in 25 local authority areas have so far failed fire cladding safety checks and 800 homes in Camden were evacuated on Friday due to fears over another potentially fatal blaze.
LONDON (CNN) - Fallout from this month's catastrophic apartment tower fire keeps spreading across the United Kingdom, with more inspection failures and an order to vacate unsafe apartment buildings.
The council leader said she was determined to try to convince remaining residents to leave, but if some still refused, the council would have to take action to remove them.
The Metropolitan Police said cladding attached to Grenfell during a recent renovation failed safety tests conducted by investigators. "You can't play Russian roulette with people's safety", Khan told Sky News.
Tests earlier this week on the Chalcots Estate, a cluster of high-rise apartment buildings, had revealed four of the estate's towers used exterior cladding and insulation similar to the materials used in Grenfell. "He (the security guard) stood in front of the door and guys surrounded him and he said "we need to know who you are".
Thousands of residents in a sprawling north London housing estate were left wondering when they could return home on Saturday after fire checks carried out in the wake of the deadly Grenfell Tower blaze found the buildings to be unsafe.
Greater Manchester Fire Service said its fire risk audit of the site concluded the building "is safe for all residents".
Authorities in London evacuated roughly 650 apartments in a high-rise complex overnight, citing fears that the complex bore numerous safety issues that Grenfell Tower did.
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'Several people who were in the hallways, stairwells and common parts of the block were told to evacuate whereas those who were in their flats and smoke or heat was not affecting them were told to stay in their flat'.
The update came as Camden Council said it had told about 200 residents still refusing to vacate four of its tower blocks on the Chalcots estate that they "must leave" to allow improvement works to go ahead.
Village 135 in Wythenshawe also failed the government tests.
Gould, the Camden council's leader, said it would take up to four weeks to fix the blocks that were evacuated.
Presenter Susanna Reid asked Sharma if the cladding used on Grenfell would be used on a tower block being built today.
Prime Minister Theresa May tweeted: "My thoughts are with residents being evacuated in Camden while their homes are made safe tonight".
As tests continue to avoid a repeat of the horror which broke out at the Grenfell Tower on June 14, the Association of British Insurers said it had warned of the risks posed by cladding in feedback to a government policy document.
In a statement, One Vision Housing said results showed "certain elements of the cladding" on Cygnet House and Wren House in the Bootle area of the city, "whilst meeting building regulations does not meet the latest DCLG test criteria".