The newly-appointed head of an inquiry into the Grenfell Tower inferno believed to have killed at least 80 people has said his probe was unlikely to answer all the questions raised by residents and local people.
Amidst chaotic scenes in the council chambers the leader of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea aborted his cabinet’s first full session after the Grenfell Tower disaster that claimed 80 lives citing the presence of journalists.
A fire that killed at least 79 people at a west London high rise block started in a Hotpoint fridge freezer, and the outside cladding engulfed by the blaze has since been shown to fail all preliminary safety tests.
Around 600 high-rise buildings in England contain cladding similar to that used on the west London tower block which caught fire, resulting in 79 people dead or missing, presumed dead, officials said on Thursday (22 June) after initial testing.
Bridge Over Troubled Water, a single to raise money for those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire has raced to number one on iTunes two hours after it was released.
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea chief executive officer has resigned over the handling of the fire that claimed 79 lives at Grenfell Tower in west London.
With just the result of west London constituency Kensington remaining to be declared Theresa May has lost her parliamentary majority in a snap general election on 8 June.
Britons go to the polls on 8 June but expect to see the canines out in full force, and though they are unable to cast a vote they will be sat outside polling stations across the country with ears pucked up in rapt attention monitoring developments.
An Italian investigative source said the third jihadi who killed seven people in a knife and van attack in London had been flagged to UK authorities as a potential risk after moving to England last year.
London’s network of iconic bridges have long offered romantic views over the Thames and a magnet for tourists and lately … Islamist terrorists.