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Queen’s birthday message captures ‘sombre national mood’

The embattled May has been under relentless criticism since visiting and leaving the scene Thursday without talking to any of those who had lost their homes in the blaze that killed at least 30 people. “This year, however, it is very hard to escape a very sombre national mood”.”It is hard to escape a very sombre national mood”, Britain, Queen Elizabeth II said on Saturday in a message to mark her official birthday, following a deadly fire in a London tower block and several terrorist attacks.”The Queen said to me ‘You have been incredible, please keep continuing, ‘” charity worker Taksima Ferdous said of the visit.Tweet Embed: https://twitter.com/mims/statuses/875944326446149632 A message from The Queen on Her Majesty’s Official Birthday. “United in our sadness, we are equally determined, without fear or favour, to support all those rebuilding lives so horribly affected by injury and loss”, she added.London Mayor Sadiq Khan wrote a letter to Prime Minister May urging her to do more.’During recent visits in Manchester and London, I have been profoundly struck by the immediate inclination of people throughout the country to offer comfort and support to those in desperate need’.May’s meeting Saturday with victims, residents, volunteers and community leaders came as Queen Elizabeth II marked her official birthday with a statement noting the “somber national mood”. Her aides, however, insisted that she was as horrified as anyone by the tragedy, in which police say 58 people are presumed dead, including the 30 already confirmed deaths.She faced cries of “Shame on you!” and “Coward!” on Friday as security staff bundled her into her auto following a meeting with locals at a church hall.May has promised a full public inquiry and announced a fund of £5 million ($6.4 million) to help those affected by the blaze.But besides the drive to help survivors, the sense of anger was palpable on the streets.While there, the royals met with volunteers, local residents, emergency services members and community representatives. “Government and ministers will cooperate fully”, she said. “We do not want another fatality arising out of this tragedy”, he said.The queen, sporting a royal blue ensemble, met with volunteers, local residents and community representatives throughout their visit, as William reportedly called the tragedy “one of the most bad things I have seen”. That is why I ordered a public inquiry, with the costs for providing victims with legal representation met by government.Services on the London Tube railway line that runs above ground close to the tower were suspended Saturday due to the “short-term risk of some debris falling onto the tracks”, London Fire Brigade said.