The fire in June killed 80 people

The public inquiry into the fire at Grenfell Tower that killed at least 80 people opens this morning.

Its chairman - retired High Court judge Sir Martin Moore-Bick - will begin by setting out how it will work.

The causes of June's blaze in west London will be examined, along with tower block construction and the actions of the local council.

We don't yet know when it will begin to hear evidence, though.

It's being held in a luxury hotel in Central London - but a church close to the tower block will screen a live video feed of it.