DISASTERS: FIRE : COUNTRIES: GREAT BRITAIN : CITIES: LONDON, GREAT BRITAIN : CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE : ETHNIC CLEANSING : DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING : VIDEOS: The Grenfell Disastrous Fire and Political and Social Implications

 

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DISASTERS: FIRE :

 

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CITIES: LONDON, GREAT BRITAIN :

 

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The Grenfell Disastrous Fire and Political and Social Implications

 

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The Grenfell Disastrous Fire and Political and Social Implications

 

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Councils Rush to Reassure Tower Residents after Grenfell Fire

 

Authorities announce new safety measures and checks on building materials after the disaster in which at least 79 people died

 

David Pegg, Rob Davies and Frances Perraudin

 

Tuesday 20 June 2017 14.18 EDT

 

The Guardian

 

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/jun/20/councils-and-housing-associations-rush-to-reassure-tower-block-residents-grenfell-fire

 

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Hounslow council in west London is conducting urgent testing on the aluminium cladding of multiple high-rise tower blocks in the borough following the Grenfell Tower disaster.

 

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With councils across Britain scrambling to reassure residents that their homes are safe or announcing reviews, Hounslow council has written to residents of Clements Court, a 13-storey block containing 78 flats, telling them the development is not considered a fire risk.

 

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But planning documents identified the cladding as the same brand used on Grenfell Tower, and the same contractor was used to install it. In a further statement to the Guardian on Tuesday, the council said it did not know if the aluminium cladding material (ACM) on the building contained a mineral or polyethylene core. ACM with a polyethylene core, used to clad Grenfell Tower, is less fire-resistant.

 

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“We are currently undertaking sampling on Clements Court and the other high-rise tower blocks that have had rain-screen cladding systems installed on them – in line with DCLG [Department for Communities and Local Government] guidance,” the council said.

 

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“We know that Rockwool mineral wool insulation was affixed to the external facade of the building at Clements Court and we suspect that ACM cladding has also been installed. However, we cannot confirm what the core of the ACM cladding is made up of.

 

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“Until sampling and testing has taken place – as instructed by DCLG and tested by the BRE [Building Research Establishment] – we are unable to establish any further details.”

 

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Seema Malhotra, the Labour and Co-operative MP representing the Feltham and Heston constituency, said the council had promised residents that they would be provided with more information following a public meeting last week.

 

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“The absolute priority has to be that there’s a full and complete analysis of the cladding at Clements Court and in the local area,” she said.

 

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According to residents at the meeting, there had been a fire in the block several years ago that did not spread throughout the building, Malhotra said. At the meeting, the council also reportedly promised further updates on sprinklers and communal fire alarms, which are not currently installed.

 

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“Until we actually know what went wrong at Grenfell Tower, the more we investigate the better,” Malhotra added.

 

 

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Grenfell Tower Fire: Death Toll Raised to 79 as Minute’s Silence Held

 

Five people have now been formally identified as having died in tower block blaze with 74 missing and presumed dead

 

Caroline Davies and Owen Bowcott

 

Monday 19 June 2017 11.31 EDT

 

The Guardian

 

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/jun/19/

grenfell-tower-fire-death-toll-rises-to-79-police-say

 

 

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The number of people dead or missing presumed dead following the Grenfell Tower tragedy has risen to 79, police have said, as a minute’s silence was held for victims of the fire.

 

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Firefighters halted work to join residents at the north Kensington site at 11am on Monday during emotional scenes to remember those killed. Four more people were formally identified, taking the total to five in the early stages of a search and recover operation expected to take weeks.

 

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Those named formally on Monday were Anthony Disson, 65, Abufars Ibrahim, 39, Ya-Haddy Sisi Saye, also known as Khadija Saye, 24, an artist who had previously been identified by friends, and a 52-year-old woman whose family did not wish for her name to be released.

 

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Mohammed Alhajali, 23, a Syrian refugee studying engineering at the University of West London, was named over the weekend, the first to be formally identified.

 

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Commander Stuart Cundy, of the Metropolitan police, said: “Over the last 48 hours a huge amount of effort has been undertaken by our investigators to understand as completely as we possibly can just how many people are missing who were in Grenfell Tower that night. If they are missing I do presume, sadly, that they are also dead.

 

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“It is a hugely complex situation. Sadly today, as of 8am the number of people has increased. I believe there are 79 people who are either dead or missing and, sadly, I have to presume are dead.” That figure could change, but not as significantly as it has in recent days.

 

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Cundy said it was “a truly awful reality that there may be some people who we may not be able to identify” because of the intensity of the fire.

 

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His voice breaking, he said it was “incredibly emotional” for those from the police, London fire brigade and London ambulance service who are working in the burnt-out skeleton of the 24-storey block, which was built in the 1970s and had housed between 400 and 600 people in 120 flats.

 

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Cundy said: “On Saturday I went in myself and went to the top floor and it is incredibly hard to describe the devastation in some parts of that building.

 

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“I have investigated major crime for most of my service and I have seen some terrible things, but I don’t think anything prepared me for what I was going to see when I was in there.”

 

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London Fire: Grenfell Victims ‘Not Being Forced to Move Away’

 

BBC News

 

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-40343897

 

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Victims of the Grenfell Tower fire are not being asked to move hundreds of miles from their homes, the team organising the emergency response says.

 

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The Grenfell Response Team also said it was not aware any victims were sleeping in parks and denied claims some could be made “intentionally homeless”.

 

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Labour MPs have raised concerns some people are sleeping rough and others being offered housing in Lancashire.

 

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It comes as a doctor said some victims will take “months” to recover.

 

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Fourteen people are still in hospital after the fire, including eight receiving critical care and some in induced comas, NHS England has said.

 

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Police have said the number of people dead, or missing presumed dead, currently stands at 79.

 

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‘Headless chickens’

 

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Labour MP for Kensington, Emma Dent Coad, said the co-ordination of the response to the fire had been “appalling”, with “people running around like headless chickens”.

 

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She told BBC Radio 4’s The World at One that she had heard “countless reports” of people who had lost their homes in the fire now sleeping rough.

 

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People “are too scared to come forward because of worries over their immigration status”, she added.

 

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It comes as Labour MP for Tottenham, David Lammy, said he had heard victims of the blaze had been “threatened” with being declared “intentionally homeless”.

 

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Grenfell Tower, explained: how a deadly fire in London became a political crisis

 

Grenfell Tower residents knew they were in danger. Nobody paid attention.

 

Then their building caught on fire.

 

Updated by Lindsay Maizland

 

Jun 20, 2017, 11:20am EDT

 

Vox

 

https://www.vox.com/world/2017/6/20/15829416/

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Only seven months before a catastrophic fire engulfed an apartment building in West London, leaving at least 79 people missing and presumed dead and hundreds more homeless, residents in the public housing project said their warnings about safety and fire hazards would only be paid attention to if a huge disaster happened, resulting in a “serious loss of life.”

 

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Their dire prediction came true.

 

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On June 14, a fire broke out just after midnight in Grenfell Tower, a 24-story public housing project. As the fire rapidly spread through the building, residents were so desperate to get out that some jumped out of windows, while others screamed for help. It was Britain’s deadliest fire in decades.

 

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As details about the residents’ warnings to the neighborhood association and building managers emerge, the biggest question is: Why were their complaints ignored? This tragedy could have been avoided because everyone, even government ministers, knew the residents were at risk.

 

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Investigators are still looking into the causes of the catastrophic fire, but Grenfell Tower residents and Londoners are furious, demanding answers and change.

 

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Grenfell Tower was built for low-income residents, but the neighborhood is gentrifying

 

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The 120-unit Grenfell Tower was home to primarily low-income residents, many of whom immigrated to the UK from Sudan, Eritrea, and Syria. But the building was located in a famously wealthy neighborhood: Kensington, where the average rent was just under $4,000 per month last year.

 

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Since its construction in the 1970s, Grenfell Tower has been considered social housing, which means that rent is maintained at a low price by law. It’s owned by a local council that’s legally obligated to provide housing for people in its neighborhood who are homeless or in need. Units are supposed to be kept at affordable prices for people with low incomes.

 

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When the building was constructed, it was completely dedicated to affordable social housing, said David Ireland, the director of the Building and Social Housing Foundation based in the UK. Since then, however, some units have been bought by residents who often rent them out at a drastically higher market price. Approximately 20 percent of the units in Grenfell Tower were rented at more expensive rates.

 

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As more units are rented at higher rates, the organizations managing social housing buildings are incentivized to attract wealthier tenants. They primarily do this by renovating the existing property — adding private gyms, updating the lobbies, and changing the building’s exterior.

 

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It’s gentrification at its most basic: modernizing an area to attract wealthier residents while disregarding the poorer residents who lived there in the first place.

 

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And that’s exactly what happened to Grenfell Tower.

 

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It was supposed to be a beautification project, except for the flammable cladding

 

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Grenfell Tower’s not-for-profit manager, the Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organization, decided in 2014 to conduct a major renovation of the building, costing approximately $12 million. The organization funded the renovation, and it was completed in partnership with Rydon Construction in May 2016.

 

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According to a press release that year, the refurbishment included new windows, an improved communal heating system, and an “impressive new foyer.” It also added nine new units. But the most concerning “improvement” was the installment of exterior cladding.

 

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Cladding is a trendy material that is applied to the outside of a building to improve its appearance and energy efficiency. There are two kinds of cladding: one that is more flammable, and one that is not. Although investigators have not confirmed what kind of cladding was used on Grenfell Tower, the Guardian reports that the cheaper, more flammable kind was used.

 

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Regardless of the type, critics of the material have warned against its use for years. If it catches on fire, it can spread flames throughout the building in minutes, which is what happened in Grenfell Tower.

 

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Grenfell Tower Residents Urge Visitors to Stop Taking Selfies: ‘You Want to Slap the Phone Out of Their Hands’

 

Local says there has been a ‘party atmosphere’ among certain visitors

 

Maya Oppenheim

 

Independent

 

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West London residents have expressed outrage at the influx of visitors taking selfies in front of Grenfell Tower and urged guests to refrain from partaking in “grief tourism”.

 

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Numerous signs have been erected around the fire-ravaged 24-storey west London building urging visitors to “stop taking pictures please” and “stop taking selfies”.

 

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Bystanders are said to be taking photos in front of the blackened skeleton without paying their respects to the 79 people who lost their lives in the inferno or engaging in relief efforts.

 

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Wayne Kilo Lewis, who lived in the attached block to Grenfell for almost three decades, told The Independent anger among local residents was rising.

 

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The 36-year-old, who lost a number of friends in the deadly fire, said locals and volunteers were telling visitors taking selfies to “show some respect” but they were ignoring their warnings and continuing to take photos.

 

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“People are saying ‘show some respect this is not the time and place for it’ but they have continued doing it and just walked away to do it elsewhere,” he recalled.

 

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“You don’t want to confront them because it’s all so sensitive but it gets to the stage you have so much upset and rage you just want to slap the phone out of their hands.”

 

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Would a White British Community Have Burned in Grenfell Tower?

 

By Dawn Foster

 

June 20, 2017

 

New York Times

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/20/opinion/london-tower-grenfell-fire.html

 

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LONDON — If it hadn’t been Ramadan, even more people would have died, firefighters told me on the scene at Grenfell Tower, the apartment building in West London that went up in flames on June 14 and is believed to have left more than 80 people dead.

 

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The building had a high number of Muslim residents, and when the fire began, in the early morning hours, many people were returning from prayers or were awake, breaking their fast, and were able to raise the alarm. None of the survivors I spoke to, or saw interviewed in the media, had heard a fire alarm: Instead they were woken by smoke, screams or their neighbors hammering on doors to wake them before escaping themselves.

 

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The tower and the area around it are ethnically diverse, with many families from Moroccan and Somali backgrounds. One of the first people confirmed dead was Mohamed al-Haj Ali, a 23-year-old Syrian refugee.

 

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In the evening on the day of the fire, survivors, volunteers and locals held an iftar meal to break the Ramadan fast. Many of the volunteers I spoke with were exhausted from carrying donations and supplies on a hot day while they abstained from food and water.

 

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The residents of the Lancaster West Estate, the development that envelops the Grenfell Tower, are typical of the modern British metropolitan working class. While there still exists a widespread nostalgia among some quarters for a beleaguered white working class, the truth is different. Poverty rates are lowest among the white population — at about 20 percent — while 50 percent of people of African descent live in poverty. Overall, two-fifths of ethnic minorities live in a household earning below average income.

 

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Indeed, Britain’s racial politics are the key to understanding the Grenfell Tower fire. It’s difficult to imagine this disaster — caused by a huge dereliction of duty and refusal to listen to residents’ concerns — befalling a community of white Britons.

 

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Tabloid media and political parties like the nationalist U.K. Independence Party have attacked the changing demographics of urban Britain: Salacious, false rumors circulate on the far right of “no-go” areas in London and Birmingham, areas where deadly crime makes walking the streets unsafe or where patrols enforce Shariah law on a neighborhood. The truth is that these neighborhoods, though poor, are often tight knit, with a sense of solidarity overriding any supposed lack of ethnic cohesion.

 

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The Grenfell Tower fire was the end result of a disdainful housing policy

 

Pilgrim Tucker

 

Tuesday 20 June 2017 06.05 EDT

 

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/jun/20/

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The people who lived in Grenfell Tower should be writing this article. But those who died cannot tell their stories, and those who survived are still dealing with their trauma. The residents had tried for so many years but were silenced by a system that prevented them from being heard. The most persistent were threatened with legal action for defamation which had the effect of discrediting their claims of neglect and mismanagement. It’s only now that people are listening – when it’s too late.

 

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I worked with a group of residents living in Grenfell Tower through my involvement with the Radical Housing Network, a network of housing campaigns across London. The first meeting of tenants in early 2015 was attended by around 100 residents. Each spoke of the historical neglect of the building, of the Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation (KCTMO) failing to undertake basic but vital maintenance or improvements. Residents recounted incidents such as disturbing power surges in which appliances “blew up”.

 

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I’d been asked to help the residents organise and campaign on the specific issue of a major refurbishment of the building being undertaken by a private contractor. The residents – mainly social tenants but also people renting from private landlords in flats previously purchased under right-to-buy – represented a typical slice of working-class urban London. They were ethnically diverse, and many had brought their children with them to the meeting. Their unequivocal message was one of a failure by KCTMO and the private contractor to respond to their concerns, let alone take any action about them.

 

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This disdain for residents did not surprise me. It was the same story across many of the campaigns I’d worked on: one where private contractors and developers worked with local councils to “regenerate” estates, while systematically ignoring the views and needs of residents.

 

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The recent history of social housing is one of contempt for council tenants and denigration of council housing. The scale of the tragedy at Grenfell is singular, but the underlying causes of the fire are deeply economic and political. This approach to and accompanying narrative about social housing dates back to the 1980s. It is still driving processes of urban gentrification across London.

 

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Grenfell Tower fire survivors face months of recovery, doctors warn

 

Psychological scars from deadly disaster will take longer to heal than physical ones, says hospital chief

 

Caroline Davies and Caroline Bannock

 

Tuesday 20 June 2017 10.34 EDT

 

The Guardian

 

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/jun/20/
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Some patients being treated in hospital following the Grenfell Tower disaster – in which 79 people died or are missing, presumed dead – face a long recovery of weeks, possibly months, doctors have said.

 

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Duncan Bew, clinical director of the major trauma centre at King’s College hospital, said a number were being kept unconscious to help them recover from the major effects of smoke inhalation.

 

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Omar Belkadi is also among those to have died, his brother-in-law Ahmed told the Guardian. Also missing is Belkadi’s wife, Farah Hamdan, and their six-month-old daughter, Leena Belkadi.

 

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King’s College hospital, which declared a major incident when it became aware of the fire in the 24-storey block, had potentially been expecting “hundreds” of patients, Bew told the Press Association. But staff became saddened when so few arrived, which meant many more were still trapped inside.

 

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“We were ready to receive many more casualties. We knew there were many more people in the building. As time went on and we realised that we weren’t going to receive those casualties, it was very sad,” he said.

 

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Most of those arriving were conscious, and almost all were suffering the effects of smoke inhalation, with very few having burns.

 

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“It may take weeks and months for some patients to recover physically. In terms of psychological impact, it may take longer,” said Bew. He warned that some patients could experience survivors’ guilt, and staff could also experience something similar.

 

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Grenfell victims are sleeping in cars and parks, says Kensington MP

 

Helena Horton

 

20 JUNE 2017 • 9:02AM

 

The Telegraph

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/06/20/
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Victims of the Grenfell Tower disaster have resorted to living in cars and parks, the local MP has claimed.

 

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Emma Dent Coad, the newly-elected Labour MP for Kensington, described the “total chaos” in the borough at a Justice for Grenfell march on Monday night.

 

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“People have been sleeping in cars and in parks because they don’t know where to go and they aren’t being looked after,” she told Sky News.

 

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“Secondly they need to be re-housed permanently and thirdly they need a long-term care package… people who’ll always be there for them.”

 

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It has been confirmed that at least some victims of the blaze have been rehomed in hotels.

 

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The blaze happened just under a week ago and there have been claims residents have not had proper access to cash or accommodation after the devastating fire that took their belongings, homes and loved ones.

 

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Ms Dent Coad previously criticised the council’s response to the blaze.

 

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She told The Guardian: “There was no council presence. The council has issued press releases and we had the leader of the council and the deputy leader of the council wandering around giving press interviews. They weren’t making sure the relief effort was being coordinated.

 

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“They weren’t making sure that people utterly traumatised who have lost family members and neighbours, or who thought they may have, that there was any kind of support for them.

 

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“I’ve had people on the phone this morning saying we’ve got to get counsellors down here, people are beside themselves with grief, they are not coping and there’s no social support for them.”

 

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Grenfell Tower: House of Cards fans say BBC series ‘predicted’ tragedy 25 years ago

 

The Independent

 

http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/

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The government has been criticised in the wake of the deadly blaze which tore through the Kensington tower block last week with emerging reports revealing the 24-storey building wasn’t equipped with the safety precautions required to prevent such an event despite a residents’ association warning the council about fire safety issues. 

 

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The video was uploaded with the simple caption: “I am simply struck by how a 25-year old show can so closely resemble today’s reality, with seemingly so few of the issues having been addressed in the interim.”

 

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Grenfell Tower and the politics of needless death | Coffee House

https://blogs.spectator.co.uk › Coffee House

5 days ago – Blogs Coffee House … As the body count rose from the Grenfell Tower fire, sensible people warned us not to rush to judgement. Activists …

Grenfell Tower: It is far too soon for political finger-pointing | Coffee …

https://blogs.spectator.co.uk › Coffee House

6 days ago – Already a November 2016 blog post, apparently written by residents, has surfaced, which warns: ‘It is a truly terrifying thought but the Grenfell …

At Grenfell Tower « LRB blog – London Review of Books

https://www.lrb.co.uk/blog/2017/06/19/valeria-costa-kostritsky/at-grenfell-tower/

2 days ago – ‘Do you know any of them?’ a man asked me as I was looking at pictures of missing residents of Grenfell Tower on the railings of the Methodist …

Grenfell Action Group | Working to defend and serve the Lancaster …

https://grenfellactiongroup.wordpress.com/

2 days ago – Back in early April 2017 the Grenfell Action Group published a blog … A cursory look at the Westway Trust facebook page will reveal how much …

GRENFELL TOWER FIRE | Grenfell Action Group

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7 days ago – Below is a list of links to previous blogs we posted on this site trying to warn the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, who own this …

Grenfell Tower fire: Residents warned of potential ‘major disaster’ in …

www.independent.co.uk › News › UK › Home News

7 days ago – Members of an action group at Grenfell Tower wrote that they … Tower fire: Residents warned of potential ‘major disaster’ in 2016 blog post … In November 2016 residents wrote on theGrenfell Action Group website that they …

Protesters march as anger mounts over Grenfell Tower response – as …

https://www.theguardian.com › World › UK News › Grenfell Tower fire

5 days ago – Grenfell Tower protesters storm Kensington town hall – video report … We are going to close this blog now, thanks for reading. …. illuminated the road outside the Latymer Christian Centre, just yards from the site of the blaze.

Residents warned of ‘catastrophic’ Grenfell Tower block fire three …

www.telegraph.co.uk › News

7 days ago – The cause of the blaze at the Grenfell tower, north Kensington, is not known, but a blog post from the Grenfell Action Group from November …

Council ‘threatened blogger with legal action’ over Grenfell Tower …

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6 days ago – A local blogger who highlighted the danger in Grenfell Tower was sent a … Crowdfundingpage to help the residents devastated by the Grenfell …

Grenfell Tower Refurbishment: Residents Warned Landlord KCTMO …

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7 days ago – The Grenfell Action Group detailed fears that “only a catastrophic event” would draw attention to the matter in a series of blog posts which …

 

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Grenfell Tower Fire: Seraphima Kennedy Interview (KCTMO) (C4N) (Cathy Newman)

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HrkgWuYKIKE

 

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Grenfell Tower Inferno: Angry Victims Show Frustration At Public Meeting Part 2

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6ZinRSum7s

 

 

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1b5H6hs-YIw

 

 

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People Are Comparing Theresa May And Jeremy Corbyn After Their Grenfell Tower Visits

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3infKQ5Kec

 

 

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZL-ferDsXs

 

 

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bxdVNQoRBA

 

 

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snLGDw2nE2A

 

 

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcJPlkqOYX0

 

 

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Grenfell Tower Inferno Local Speaks Out on Social Cleansing!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlHve3JhtJ4

 

 

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Lowkey Talks About What He Personally Witnessed at the Tragic Grenfell Tower Inferno

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmrDzV3XzDE

 

 

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Akala blames Grenfell Tower Fire on Neo-Liberal Capitalism

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIJ3cJZg0vI

 

 

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C4N: Grenfell Tower Special [Part 4] (Joe Delaney, Akala)

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gsYL8FtBf08

 

 

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Grenfell Fire Survivors Share Their Harrowing Experience | This Morning

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWqanjtGMWU

 

 

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Grenfell Tower: The man who escaped from the 14th floor

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8A8KgBV6J4

 

 

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Tower block fire: The firefighter’s story

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1FfuNrQSQY

 

 

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Grenfell Tower fire. Family home video before the fire.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCgx7nRz0HY

 

 

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Rania Ibrahim’s Snapchat/FB Live from inside the Grenfell London Tower Fire. WITH SUBTITLES

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0SP7PV0Avk

 

 

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Video of Grenfell Tower – People Dropping Down Improvised Ropes – Many Trapped Inside

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWwNvdTqb68

 

 

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Trapped couple’s heart rending final phone calls home

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0mA61sDZPs

 

 

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Cabbie whose ‘faulty fridge started inferno’ is devastated

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iH2qJd8uvy4

 

 

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London Residents Speak The Truth About The Grenfell Tower Fire

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-AX8DYTPJKc

 

 

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Grenfell Fire – Many Strange Things – What else is new?

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edHnEp0cpu8

 

 

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Musician Peaky Saku, On What The Media Won’t Tell You About The Grenfell Tower Fire.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lb1paCtyVrM

 

 

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Grenfell Tower Block Incident

Anonymous

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJTTCyd-L1Y

 

 

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Grenfell Tower Tragedy: Woman Hijacks BBC Interview then gets slapped!!

The Evening Standard

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YvkcfgK2p9s

 

 

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Saturday GV from Grenfell Tower and Surrounding Area

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3k9ixaFLt0

 

 

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[HORRID FOOTAGE]

As HUGE Fire Engulfs 27-storey West London Tower Block!!!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtKWA3vCvEE

 

 

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A witness talks about seeing people jumping from the London apartment building fire.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NMAYp3Rl9o

 

 

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London tower fire: People were ‘jumping out of windows’

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyVadFSDfjI

 

 

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Heroic man catches a baby that was dropped from ‘the ninth or 10th floor’ of Grenfell Tower

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-_JUpvOAa4

 

 

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Baby `dropped from ninth or 10th floor´ caught by member of public as fire raged

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yN-7J2TIEg

 

 

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UK: A child ‘went to the window and jumped’ – eyewitnesses outside burning Grenfell tower

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=446JR2vaqkY

 

 

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Video of Grenfell Tower – People Dropping Down Improvised Ropes – Many Trapped Inside

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWwNvdTqb68

 

 

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Grenfell Tower: Massive Building Fire In London! – (Compilation)

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKe2I-s_AQo

 

 

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YouTube Search Results for GRENFELL

 

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=grenfell

 

 

Google Domain Limited Web Search (VIDEOS)

 

https://www.google.com/#q=grenfell+AND+SITE:VIDEOS

 

https://www.google.com/#q=grenfell+AND+SITE:+VIDEOS

 

 

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Penn State Summon Search

 

http://tinyurl.com/ybekp6yz

 

 

 

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WEBBIB1617

http://tinyurl.com/hetcykm

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Sincerely,

David Dillard

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DISASTERS: FIRE : COUNTRIES: GREAT BRITAIN : CITIES: LONDON, GREAT BRITAIN : CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE : ETHNIC CLEANSING : DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING : VIDEOS: The Grenfell Disastrous Fire and Political and Social Implications

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