Residents refusing to evacuate tower blocks in north London after they failed fire safety tests are now being warned that they "must leave".
"Whilst both the Scottish Government and our social housing providers have moved quickly to take action and to allay fears, it is important that our committee provides an additional layer of scrutiny both in terms of fire safety and building standards".
Residents - including families with babies and elderly relatives - trooped out of the buildings last Friday night with suitcases and plastic bags stuffed with clothes as council workers guided them to a local leisure centre, where some spent the night on inflatable mattresses packed into a gym.
"I was bullied this morning trying to leave the building, he [the security guard] stood in front of the door and guys surrounded him and he said "we need to know who you are", she said.
The council's leader Georgia Gould said the local authority was left with little choice when the fire service advised there was nothing to be done to ensure the safety of the residents. She said tests carried out as part of the investigation so far were "small scale" but, regards the tiles and insulation, added: "They don't pass any safety tests".
There are various legal routes that Camden Council could explore to require people to leave their homes - however, we really don't want to do this.
If all fire-prone cladding panels is stripped from the evacuated towers, this is what they will look like. It said about 650 apartments were evacuated, though initial reports had said that as many as 800 were affected.
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"It is not safe to remain in these blocks and our residents" safety will continue to be the council's number one priority'.
Opposition Leader Jeremy Corbyn said May needed to "get a grip" and lead a stronger response to what is a "national threat". Others were being put up in hotels or other housing projects.
Many residents complained of a lack of information and confusion. Officials first announced the evacuation of one building, then expanded it to five before reducing it to four. Some said they learned about the evacuation on TV before officials came knocking on doors. Other residents were distraught that they were ordered to evacuate, but were told to leave their pets behind in buildings that could be risky.
A public inquiry is due to determine how the unsafe cladding was allowed to be fitted onto Grenfell and other buildings in the first place.
Police said on Friday they were considering filing manslaughter charges in the Grenfell disaster and will look at everything that contributed to it.
Camden's decision to evacuate was because the failed testing of external cladding was "compounded by multiple other fire safety failures", said Mr Javid.
Detective Superintendent Fiona McCormack told reporters, "We are looking at all health and safety and fire safety offenses, and we are reviewing every company at the moment involved in the building and refurbishment of Grenfell Tower". "It is therefore very important for local authorities and housing associations to continue to submit such samples as a matter of urgency", the minister said.