58 people are presumed dead in Grenfell Tower disaster

Remigio Civitarese
Giugno 18, 2017

Commander Stuart Cundy said they had been able to remove the remains of only 12 victims from the building.

Asked repeatedly whether she had misread the public mood, May did not answer directly but said the focus was on providing support to the victims. The queen was born in April but celebrates in June.

Hundreds of protesters also marched on Whitehall, central London, to voice their frustration at the Government's response to the fire, which ripped through the tower block in north Kensington on Wednesday morning.

Prime minister Theresa May's government earlier sought to quell anger over the disaster, pledging to support the victims after protesters jeered her when she visited residents.

As she left St Clement's Church following a visit lasting less than an hour, the PM faced cries of "coward" and "shame on you".

Protesters upset with how the British government has so far handled the aftermath continued calls Friday for greater assistance.

May who has promised £5 million (RM27.39 million) for emergency supplies, food and clothing, has also announced a judge-led inquiry into the disaster.

In a television interview, Mrs May said the fire was "absolutely horrifying" and had been a "terrifying experience" for those affected.

Many residents of the building remain unaccounted for, and police said numerous remains may never be identified.

After a turbulent three months which has seen three militant attacks and now the tower blaze, Queen Elizabeth said "it is hard to escape a very sombre national mood", in a message on her official birthday.

The first victim to be identified was Mohammed Alhajali, a 23-year-old Syrian refugee.

A short walk away, however, are apartments and houses that cost millions and are home to a wealthy elite. "I said 'why you didn't come - they brought us outside, I thought you are with us.' He said 'no one brought me outside.' He said, 'why you left me?'"

They met volunteers, local residents and community representatives while visiting Westway Sports Centre in west London, near the burnt down 24-storey Grenfell Tower.

Neither side immediately released details. "This Prime Minister is not viable".

He reiterated there is a police investigation underway and that it will look at how the fire spread.

The death toll that London police gave Saturday includes the 30 who had already been confirmed dead.

"As we do everything we can to help them, we will make sure they have the counselling and emotional support they need in the hard days, weeks and years ahead".

The tragedy has provoked a big response from nearby communities that have donated food and shelter to the victims.

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