Theresa May apologises for shambolic response to Grenfell Tower disaster

A video grab from footage broadcast by the UK Parliament’s Parliamentary Recording Unit (PRU) shows Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May as she speaks in the House of Commons in London on June 21, 2017, following the State Opening Of Parliament.For now, £202,000 of government money has been handed out to 180 directly affected families.Nobody around nearby Avondale Park was able to corroborate the claim about survivors sleeping rough. He said that the search and recovery operation in the 24-story Grenfell Tower continues, and it has been incredibly distressing for families.A Burnley Council spokesman said: “If we were to be approached for help by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, or any other relevant London authority, we would of course seek to help in any appropriate ways that we can”.”A number of residents of Grenfell Tower are very concerned at the fact that the new improvement works to Grenfell Tower have turned our building into a fire trap”, the post stated.In the episode of character Chloe Carmichael can be heard saying: “These are people that have been left to rot, the people who couldn’t afford to buy their council flats, people who couldn’t afford to buy the gas bill. I want to do all I can do to help”.”People have been sleeping in cars and in parks because they don’t know where to go and they aren’t being looked after”, the newly minted Labour MP told Sky News. He said the supposed threat was “absolutely despicable”.Checks are being undertaken to ensure blocks are safe, although residents have been assured that none of the blocks have the same cladding as Grenfell Tower.Mr Kunwardia called on the council must make clear to each tenant how any decisions its makes now will impact their chances of being housed later on.As part of its efforts, the Government has purchased apartments at an upmarket development.A spokesman for Newham council said it had begun reviewing the cladding on towers including Ferrier Point in Canning Town, which was also refurbished with new cladding by Harley Facades, the same company that worked on Grenfell Tower. “Nobody has been offered accommodation outside central London and we are aiming to place people as locally as possible”.