great pose ..AMRIKA and Angie-Land has great leaders
1). The Grenfell Tower fire occurred on 14 June 2017, at a 24-storey high rise tower block of public housing flats
in North Kensington, west London, England.
2). Official announcement is at least 30 people died in the fire (confirmed by 17 June), with this number being expected to rise.
3). It is believed that up to 600 people were in the 120 one- and two-bedroom flats
of the block at the time of the fire. Sixty-five were rescued by firefighters. Seventy-four people were confirmed to be in five hospitals across London, 17 of whom were in a critical condition.
4). According to the BBC, 76 people are missing, feared dead
. On 16 June police said they did not believe they would find more survivors and it was likely that some victims would never be identified. The final death toll is yet to be confirmed.
5). Grenfell Action Group, had repeatedly expressed concern about fire safety, and had warned the block's management in November 2016
that only a catastrophic fire would finally force them to treat fire precautions and maintenance of fire-related systems properly.
Grenfell Tower is located in North Kensington, in a mainly working-class housing complex surrounded by affluent neighbourhoods, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea The Tower was home to a diverse population of many nationalities, ethnicities and faiths,
It was managed by Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation (KCTMO), the largest tenant management organisation (TMO) in England, on behalf of the Council. The TMO has a board comprising eight residents, four Council-appointed members, and three independent members
In a July 2014 Grenfell Tower regeneration newsletter, the KCTMO instructed residents to stay in the flat in case of a fire ("Our longstanding 'stay put' policy stays in force until you are told otherwise") and stated that the front doors for each unit could survive a fire for up to 30 minute
The Reynobond cladding reportedly cost £24 per square metre for the fireproof versions, and £22 for the flammable version
Great ..They saved 2 pounds....and killed nearly 200 people
On 16 June 2017, Prime Minister Theresa May, who had been criticised for not initially meeting survivors and relatives, announced a £5 million fund for victims of the fire.
well why £5 million?? just take that £5 million buy a mansion and put all those families in shelters ... It is god's will Miss Prime Lady May., why spend money on poor workers... god... THE BIG DOG will take care of them..
Filth..... filth starts from the top...