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>> The death toll from London's deadly tower blaze rising again.>> So I know at this point time there are at least 30 people that have died in this fire. The very nature of the intense fire that has occurred within Grandfell Tower.>> We all know it's a lot more than 30 people.
>> And I do believe that the number will increase.>> Police say it will take weeks to tally the final number of victims. Some may never be identified, so badly burned are their remains. Now grief is combining with anger, locals saying the blackened social housing reveals a divided society.
This area, a pocket of deprivation in the country's wealthiest borough. Now rallies are planned in Kensington and Westminster on Friday to express the growing disquiet. Theresa May, one of those criticized, that after she didn't meet with residents when she visited site of the disaster Thursday. A visit Friday to the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and the promise of a public inquiry unlikely to assuage anger.
A royal visit better received though, Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Prince William meeting members of the emergency services and affected locals. People here want answers to a number of questions. Did the cladding recently fitted to the building help spread the blaze? Questions too over whether local authority cuts and a lack of fire prevention measures contributed.
The police pledging to figure out if there are criminal acts behind this disaster.