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>> The death toll from London's deadly Grenfell Tower blaze rising again.>> So I know, at this point in time there are at least 30 people that have died in this fire. The very nature of the intense fire that has occurred within Grenfell Tower.>> We all know it's a lot more than 30 people.
>> And I do believe that the number will increase. Grief mixing with anger, a Justice for Grenfell movement demanding answers about the cause of the blaze.>>
]>> Protestors storming the town hall in Kensington where Grenfell's located, on Friday. Theresa May increasing a focal point for that wrath.
Criticized for failing to meet homeless former residents when she visited the site of the disaster on 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.