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Grenfell Tower fire: Who were the victims? - BBC News

Police say 71 people died when fire engulfed Grenfell Tower, in North Kensington, west London in the early hours of 14 June. Below are the details of the people who died as a result of the fire in the tower block. Victoria King, 71, and her daughter ...and more »

The Grenfell inferno has burst Kensington's bubble - Financial Times

The most recent financial accounts of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea are a celebration of a wonderfully attractive, safe and diverse district, where the majority of residents are happy and satisfied with the council's management. The ...and more »

Grenfell Tower fire: Judge 'doubt' over inquiry scope - BBC News

The retired judge heading the inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire says he is "doubtful" the process will be as wide-ranging as some residents hope. Sir Martin Moore-Bick said the probe could be limited to the cause, how it spread, and preventing a ...and more »

London fire: Why don't we know how many died in Grenfell Tower? - BBC News

We assume that in our hyper-connected world, we can always access the information we need and track down the people we want to find. But the tragedy at Grenfell Tower has thrown up a further horrible reality - two weeks on, the exact number of people ...and more »

Grenfell fire: Kensington and Chelsea council leader Nicholas Paget-Brown to stand down -

Kensington and Chelsea Borough Council leader Nicholas Paget-Brown has said he is stepping down following criticism of the response to the Grenfell Tower disaster. Mr Paget-Brown cancelled a meeting to discuss the fire on Thursday because journalists ...and more »

Letters: Did Grenfell cladding meet standards, and were the standards right? -

SIR – I heard on the BBC news that the cladding specified for the outside of Grenfell Tower was changed to a cheaper variety for the recent refurbishment. The implication was that, being cheaper, the cladding's fire-retardant performance was ...and more »

Grenfell fire: Kensington council cancels meeting after High Court lets journalists attend - The Independent

Officials at Kensington and Chelsea council have adjourned a cabinet meeting after press were allowed to attend, claiming it would "prejudice" the forthcoming public inquiry. The High Court earlier ruled that the council must let journalists attend the ...and more »

Grenfell 'miracle baby': Why people invent fake victims of attacks and disasters - BBC News

Grenfell Tower Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Malicious pranksters have made up fake stories about Grenfell Tower and terror attacks in London and Manchester. Why? Stories of fake victims routinely crop up online in the wake of attacks and ...and more »

Grenfell Tower fire: Survivors banned from Kensington and Chelsea council meeting - The Independent

Survivors of the Grenfell Tower disaster are to be banned from the first meeting of senior councillors since the fire amid fears of “disruption”. The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) said Thursday's cabinet meeting will be held in private ...and more »

Survivors tell Grenfell inquiry chair the remit is too narrow - The Guardian

Sir Martin Moore-Bick, who will lead the Grenfell Tower fire public inquiry. Photograph: Philip Toscano/PA. Residents and survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire have told the judge heading the inquiry they are unhappy with its narrow remit and want a ...and more »