"It's another reason why both the police and public inquiry must take into account gross negligence, which could result in criminal charges".
"The figure of 30 that I gave yesterday is the number that I know, sadly, have, at least, died".
The Telegraphcollected some of the known names of the dead with pictures, mostly from the accounts of people searching for lost friends and family members.
The police stressed in a statement that "there is nothing to suggest the fire was started deliberately".
British Prime Minister Theresa May has ordered a judge-led full public inquiry into the incident.
"We want justice!", "Shame on you!", and "Killers!", the protesters shouted, as they scuffled with security guards in the lobby of the building, AFP reporters said.
The local Grenfell Action Grouphad 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 council office demonstration came as angry people chased after May's auto, shouting "coward" after her meeting with fire victims at St Clements Church close to Grenfell Tower. Many of these residences are owned by wealthy people overseas who buy London property for investment or residency purposes, but don't live in the property. "It is important to be frank - fires are still breaking out and conditions are very hard and hazardous for the emergency services in the upper levels of the building".
When she left, she walked briskly straight from the church door to the auto.
"We need answers and we need answers now", a man said through a megaphone.
He also reiterated the Government's promise to rehouse those displaced by the fire within three weeks, either in Kensington, or neighbouring boroughs.
The Prime Minister pledged just £5m for former residents of the 24-storey building - in a borough where the average house price exceeds £1m.
A lawyer for the family told CNN that Trevisan spoke with her parents before she died, telling them: "I am going to heaven".
So as questions mount, what needs to be done to ensure tragedies like Grenfell Tower don't occur again and who is really to blame? A memorial wall has been created for people to write messages to the missing.
"My neighbor said he would hold him and bring him down", she told London'sEvening Standard.
The Islington North MP said: 'I believe that the policies and priorities of your government in the arenas of social housing and public safety are legitimate targets for my criticism'.
Mrs May added: "There have been huge frustrations that people do not know who to talk to, that they can't get through on the council hotlines".
Fultz works out for 76ers, amid draft trade talks
The Celtics are in need of at least another All-Star player to compete against the Cavs and Jimmy Butler could be that player. The team even appeared headed for a first-round upset of the No. 1 seed Boston Celtics until Rondo went down with an injury.
Hot scores at US Open third round
Open played in Wisconsin , Madison's Steve Stricker was right where he wanted to be after the tournament's second round. Open setups usually keep the leaders within striking distance, per Brad Townsend of the Dallas Morning News .
10 still in critical condition after London fire
Clements Church, where survivors and the loved ones of victims from this week's fire at Grenfell Tower have congregated. Floral tributes and messages for the victims of Grenfell Tower are seen in London , Britain, on June 16, 2017 .
Four-way tie at US Open
DJ looked very disappointed as he was hoping to defend his title while Day and McIlroy seemed more resigned to their fate. The leaderboard is shaping up quite nicely. "Just to see their games and how they play, I've grown up watching them".
Tapwrit wins Belmont Stakes
As I explain below, the value just isn't there in the favorite tonight, so might as well roll the dice on one of the long-shots. After setting pressured fractions of:23.88, :48.66, 1:14.01, and 1:38.95 through a mile, though, Irish War Cry had enough.