That deals with this incident and from what I know tower blocks across the country have or are being checked for this type of panel and or the involvement of this particular contractor. As has been really demonstrated at Laknal, holding people accountable and expecting regulatory changes to happen does not equate to a safe design. Other industries learnt this lesson a long time ago and introduced the concept of mandatory key hazard certification. This approach was led by the aviation industry (planes falling out of the sky was bad for business) and has been adopted elsewhere. Rail, Road, Marine, Offshore, Nuclear etc.
Until the day someone could tell me who the Duty Holder responsible for the design as underpinned by key hazard certificationn was, I will remain highly sceptical about the safety of these tower blocks.
I have a horrible feeling that the government would love to point the finger at the contractor whilst at the same time declaring the overall approach to fire safety remained sound. That would be the worse of outcomes, but certainly the cheapest.