The whole premise of the show is a pretty good metaphor for the current state of British politics.
An increasing number in Theresa May's party believe she should form a minority administration.
Despite the pain, we are hoping this anniversary will be a time for optimism – and even some fun.
For years, we have been told poverty is a moral failing. This means families like the fire victims are ignored – until they have paid in lives.
Low-income families have been pushed out of their local communities. Can those made homeless by the fire hope for anything better?
This could prove to be the moment that May's premiership was damaged beyond all repair.
Most MPs seem to favour a final choice between a Brexiteer and a Remainer.
After seven years of spending cuts, the UK's frayed public realm cannot be disguised.
In electoral terms, his leadership was torpedoed by factors outside of his control.
"He’s shown he can win, and that’s enough for me."
After the party's surprising revival, the mood among its ranks is transformed.