Anger grows as dozens feared dead in London fire

The payment will be available be available to people who do not have bank accounts and for those needing to pay for funerals. The process will be very long.

"Whilst I sincerely hope that our work over the coming days means that we (will be) able to say that less people are confirmed as having died, I also have to consider the sad reality that this may rise", Metropolitan Police Cmdr.

The group outside Number 10 on Saturday.

"I think everybody cares to an extent - some to a deeper extent - and some show empathy in a different way to others", he replied on ITV's Peston on Sunday.

More than 70 people reportedly remain unaccounted for, and many of those protesting Friday were demanding the return of their loved ones' remains.

PM Theresa May visiting the site for the first time.

Residents say they were ignored and want the government to take responsibility.

The list includes immediate re-housing of all the victims of Grenfell Tower fire within the borough, immediate release of funds to cover costs of welfare and all losses suffered by the victims, and launching an investigation into the recent refurbishment project of the tower.

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"Today is traditionally a day of celebration", Queen Elizabeth said in a statement. Stuart Cundy said in a statement.

Activists and local residents held demonstrations at the borough's town hall, London's Oxford Street, the United Kingdom home office, the BBC, and the prime minister's official residence at Number 10 Downing Street to vent their frustrations.

"I don't think it's controversial at all", he said.

Police have opened a criminal investigation into the circumstances of the blaze. "There was passion, there was anger, but there was good, hard, reasoned argument used by the residents".

Queen Elizabeth II and her grandson Prince William visited a community centre where some of the survivors are being housed.

Dr Tomlin said he believed residents left the meeting feeling "reassured that they were listened to", but added: "Time will tell as to whether it makes a difference".

"We wait to see what action will come from it, but they were reassured that they were listened to".

"It is hard to escape a very sombre national mood", Elizabeth said in a message on her official birthday.

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Anger has been growing in the British capital, with heated rallies being held as distraught Londoners seek answers as to why the tragedy occurred.

The Tottenham MP said: "Within the community, trust in the authorities is falling through the floor and a suspicion of a cover-up is rising".

"It is human nature for most of us - if we know there's a fire, start moving and get out", said Robert Solomon of the National Fire Protection Association, a USA -based organization that studies fire safety globally.

Mr Lammy added that justice can only done if all records - emails, minutes of meetings, correspondence with contractors, safety assessments, specifications and reports - are preserved.

In a blog post written a year ago, the Grenfell Action Group warned of "dangerous living conditions" in the tower.

She promised residents would be rehoused within three weeks, and rejected accusations that the government failed to act on recommendations to tighten fire regulations after a fatal block fire in London in 2009.

Grief turned to outrage Friday over a deadly high-rise tower fire in London amid reports that materials used in the building's renovation could have fueled the inferno that left dozens dead and missing as it decimated the public housing block.

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