Protesters chanting ‘we want justice’ storm town hall in London

He also said the last flames had finally been put out, two days after the fire broke out in the night between Tuesday and Wednesday in the 24-storey tower in a working-class enclave of the wealthy London borough of Kensington and Chelsea.The remains of Grenfell Tower, a residential tower block in west London which was gutted by fire, are pictured against the London skyline on June 16, 2017.Up to 15 nursery children feared dead in Grenfell Tower blaze “We are not coping very well to be honest”.British authorities are launching a criminal investigation into the London apartment building fire – as the death toll from the blaze has almost doubled, to 30.Ms May says she “spoke with people who ran from the fire in only the clothes they were wearing”.Almost 200 people chanting “We want justice!” marched near Notting Hill Gate tube station on Friday, demanding action from local councilors tasked with housing people following the disaster. Shouts of “we want justice” and “May must go” were reportedly heard.Britain’s Press Association reported that some 70 people were missing after compiling a list of verified reports.Tower residents and many others in the area are still struggling to come to terms with what they have seen and lived through.Downing Street also announced a £5 million fund for emergency supplies, food and clothing.But the Conservative leader still struggled to overcome accusations that she lacked compassion because she had failed to meet with victims on her first visit to the devastated site.London firefighters are continuing the grim search after a high-rise fire that killed at least 30 people as public anger about the blaze continues to grow.He added that the cladding fitted to the outside of the tower – and blamed by many residents for helping spread the fire – would not be used again.Stuart Cundy, Metropolitan Police commander, said he would “not be drawn on the numbers”. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth Police officers stand in front of the The Grenfell Tower block that was destroyed by fire, in north Kensington, West London, Britain June 16, 2017.Mrs May has ordered a formal inquiry led by a judge into the disaster that turned the apartment tower into a smouldering ruin.Nicholas Paget-Brown, leader of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, which owns the building, told the BBC that sprinklers were not fitted “because that would have delayed and made the refurbishment of the block more disruptive”. The group a year ago completed a 10 million pound ($12.8 million) renovation that included new outside insulating panels, double-paned windows and a communal heating system.The building, which was outfitted with aluminum composite material (ACM), had apparently not been properly inspected. It did not address the exact makeup of the panels.However, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson took to Facebook to attack Labour politicians for “political game playing”, defending his record regarding the fire service as mayor of London between 2008-2016. “At this time, we are not aware of any link between the fire and the exterior cladding to the tower”.In Wolverhampton, the city council said that of the 36 tower blocks across the city, a number have external cladding.London MP David Lammy made a demand Friday for people to be arrested for the crime of corporate manslaughter.Numerous displaced are living in churches and community centers.