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19 Junio 2017, 09:27 | Gervasio Siguenza
People watch from a balcony as people walk during a demonstration following the fire at Grenfell Towers that engulfed the 24-storey building on Wednesday morning, in London, Friday June 16, 2017. That number may rise. Our whole family will miss Mohammad dearly and he will never be forgotten.
In a letter to Home Secretary Amber Rudd, she said such cases must be "addressed without delay" if they are accurate.
"I believe there may be people who were in Grenfell Tower that people may not know were missing and may not have realized they were in there on the night".
No 10 said that continuing payments will be available from the Westway Centre and the post office on Portobello Road, The Daily Mail reported.
Labour Party lawmaker David Lammy demanded the government and police immediately seize all documents relating to Grenfell's renovation to prevent the destruction of evidence that could show criminal wrongdoing.
Most major cities with many high-rise buildings have detailed building codes and fire safety rules requiring several layers of protections in tall buildings. "All I'm keen to say is there is an effective, co-ordinated relief effort on the ground and I'm sorry if people haven't seen that".
Floors directly above and below the reported fire are usually evacuated, but others are to stay and use damp towels to block cracks beneath the door unless told otherwise, and call 911 if they have questions.
In addition to those killed, the blaze injured at least 74 people. Of those, 10 remain in critical condition. Many residents were trapped, forcing some on higher floors to jump to their deaths rather than face the flames or throw their children to bystanders below. He said there are roughly 2,500 similar apartment towers throughout Britain.
It said officials planned to: "Extend fire safety approach adopted at Grenfell Tower to all major works projects".
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?
Police have said the recovery process could take weeks, and warned some of the bodies may be too burned to be identified.
His family have described him as a "very awesome and kind person", adding: "He came to the United Kingdom because he had ambitions and aims for his life and for his family".
Opponents said May's handling of the fire has thrust her position further into doubt by showing a failure to feel the public mood and act decisively. It may take longer than that. "My commitment to families is that as soon as we can, we will locate and recover their loved ones", he told reporters. "We actually apply a very constrictive and restrictive test protocol to those types of systems on buildings".
Another, larger protest also marched through west London, where hundreds of people headed to the burned-out building tower. Residents who survived the tower blaze lost everything and have no idea where they are going to live or how they will get back on their feet. "We need to find out precisely what cladding was used and how it was attached".
"I do understand for the people of Grenfell Tower that is no consolation, but if we were to change that advice now and have everyone evacuating through single staircases, it would cause more problems and more injuries".
Forensic experts said the fire at Grenfell was so hot it could be compared to a cremation, which is going to make it hard to identify those who lost their lives.
The prime minister has come in for a barrage of criticism over her response to the disaster.
Prime Minister Theresa May announced on Sunday (local time) that residents whose homes were destroyed would receive a £5,500 Government payout later this week and pledged £5 million through an emergency fund.
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