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Queen praises a country ‘resolute in the face of adversity’

“It was murder”, said the front page of The Sun; “May takes cover” said The Times; “Inferno: the anger erupts”, said the Daily Mail.Members of the emergency services work inside the charred remains of the Grenfell Tower block.Cundy also mentioned that his “heart goes out to those affected”.London’s fire department says that the reason for the subway closure near the high-rise fire disaster is because of a “short-term risk of some debris falling onto the tracks”.A fire department spokesman said crews are working to secure the debris so that two subway lines could be reopened as soon as possible.People write tributes on a wall near to the Grenfell Tower block in Kensington, west London, yesterday following the June 14 fire at the residential building.The anger on the streets of London’s North Kensington has been growing in the past 48 hours.The Queen and Duke of Cambridge met volunteers, residents and community representatives earlier this week at the Westway Sports Centre. In a letter to May, he listed a litany of residents’ concerns, including a lack of information about missing relatives, the chaotic response of the local council and worries over safety in other tower blocks.”The Queen said to me ‘You have been incredible, please keep continuing, ‘” charity worker Taksima Ferdous said of the visit. Bellerin, a defender, also plays for London club Arsenal. “People have lost their lives and others have lost everything, all their possessions, their home and everything”.Prince George and Princess Charlotte charmed onlookers at the annual Trooping the Colour parade on Saturday.And she said the words on the day of her official birthday!The Head of State released her statement on her official birthday, the day after she visited the survivors and heroes of the Grenfell Tower tragedy accompanied by Prince William.30 people are confirmed to have died, however, that number is expected to rise significantly.NHS England says the injured are being treated in four London hospitals.Her visit followed protests over the deadly fire.Public anger was mounting as residents and neighbours demanded answers for how the blaze spread so quickly amid reports that contractors installed a cheaper, less flame-resistant type of exterior panelling in a renovation of Grenfell Tower that ended in May 2016.Three appeals on the JustGiving site have helped to raise the 3 million pounds, and London’s Evening Standard newspaper has launched a separate appeal that has raised at least 1.5 million pounds ($1.9 million) by Saturday morning.May has announced a judge-led inquiry into what happened, and on Friday promised £5 million ($6.4 million, 5.7 million euros) for emergency supplies, food and clothing.The 24-story apartment building, Grenfell Tower, was built in 1974 in the West London area and underwent $13.2 million refurbishment recently.Furious residents heckled May and stormed the local authority headquarters on Friday, demanding justice for the victims of the Grenfell Tower disaster, claiming the fatal blaze was due to negligence.In a statement issued on her official birthday, the Queen added: “Put to the test, the United Kingdom has been resolute in the face of adversity”.”It is hard to escape a very sombre national mood”, Elizabeth, the world’s oldest and longest-reigning monarch, said in a message on her official birthday. “What I have done since this incident took place is. ensure that public services had the support that they needed in order to be able to do the job they were doing in the immediate aftermath”.