Two women feared dead in the Grenfell Tower tragedy were threatened with legal action by housing bosses after raising fears about safety in the doomed block.
Mariem Elgwahry, 27, and mum-of-three Nadia Choucair, 33, are believed to have received letters warning them to stop a campaign calling for improved fire safety.
But the pair battled on in their fight against Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation in a bid to prevent the sort of disaster they both appear to have perished in.
Mariem and Nadia were helped in their protest by the Radical Housing Network. The group’s Pilgrim Tucker said: “The TMO’s response was to threaten tenants with legal action and send out letters. Nadia and Mariem would have received them too.
“They both just wanted to do their best for their neighbours and keep everyone safe. Things had got so bad they knew a disaster like this was inevitable, but if there was …