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Fire test for Grenfell foam cladding panels was rigged, admits ex-employee

Jonathan Roper says Celotex was ‘dishonest’ in second test of foam boards after they failed first one

Executives who sold combustible insulation for use on Grenfell Tower perpetrated a “fraud on the market” by rigging a fire test and making “misleading” claims about it, a public inquiry has heard.

Celotex, a subsidiary of the French construction materials company Saint-Gobain, behaved in a “completely unethical” way, admitted Jonathan Roper, a former assistant product manager.

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