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>> 58 people missing and presumed dead in the Grenfell Tower fire. Police trying to quell the mounting frustration of loved ones. It will take weeks, if not months to search the council block's 24 precarious floors.>> I really hope it won't but it may increase. Our focus has been on those that we know were in there.
That we've been told were in Grenfell Tower.>> It will takes weeks, if not months, to search the council block's 24 precarious floors. Some victims may never be identified. So much grief, so few answers.>>
When she returned she had to be bundled away under police guard.
Calling for justice, they stormed Kensington's town hall, near Grenfell Tower.>> It was murder!>> People want answers to a number of questions. Did the cladding, recently fitted to the building, help spread the blaze? It has now emerged that the maker of the cladding panels advised against using them in high-rise buildings.
Questions too over whether local authority cuts and a lack of fire prevention measures contributed to the disaster. Police pledging to figure out if there are criminal acts of negligence behind the fire. Prime Minister Theresa May scrambling to stem growing wrath, meeting victims at Downing Street. But protesters marching through Central London called on her to just go.
Critics say she has failed to feel the public mood and act and that it could be her undoing. She did not meet locals and victims when she first went to the scene of the disaster.>>
Britain's Queen Elizabeth did meet residents as well as emergency workers at the site and marked her official birthday with a minute's silence on Saturday. Addressing a grieving nation in an unusual message, calling Britons united in sadness, but determined.