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May visits fire victims in hospital

Demonstrators pushed their way through an automatic door shouting ‘We want justice!’ and ‘Killers!’ as they clashed with security guards in the lobby. A larger crowd of people remained outside.The charred remains of the burned out building stand blackened alongside near identical neighboring tower blocks. Several dozen police, including mounted officers, were in attendance. The protesters were angered when no one from the council came out to address their concerns, reporters said. They had lived on the 22nd floor of the tower.Protesters have entered Kensington Town Hall here, demanding answers from the local council over the Grenfell Tower residential building fire, media reported on Friday.She has promised to set up a public inquiry and pledged 5 million pounds ($US6.40 million) to help the victims.The death toll is expected to rise.Mrs May, who made a brief, private visit to the scene earlier, said: “The emergency services told me that the way this fire spread and took hold of the building was rapid, it was ferocious, it was unexpected”.Michael Portillo, who was part of a Tory government in the 1990s, accused May on the BBC of wanting “an entirely controlled situation in which she didn’t use her humanity”.A YOUNG BOY, asking Mr Sadiq Khan, as the London Mayor walked through the neighbourhood yesterday and tried to stop tensions rising further. Residents in other blocks with the same exterior cladding as Grenfell Tower were concerned, he wrote.The local Grenfell Action Group had claimed, before and during a major 10-million-pound refurbishment of Grenfell Tower a year ago, that the block constituted a fire risk and residents had warned that access to the site for emergency vehicles was “severely restricted”. The Independent reports that Saye posted to Facebook at 3 am Wednesday that she and her mother were trapped in their apartment, and asked people to pray for them.They met volunteers, local residents and community representatives while visiting Westway Sports Centre in west London, near the burnt down 24-storey Grenfell Tower. The blaze ripped through the building early Wednesday, trapping many residents in their homes.However, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who was London mayor until a year ago, took to Facebook to attack opposition Labour politicians for “political game playing”.Mr Cundy said the investigation would consider whether any criminal offences had been committed and would also involve the London Fire Brigade and the Health and Safety Executive.”There is a risk that sadly we may not be able to identify everybody”.