‘Appalling and disturbing’: Video emerges of revellers burning ‘sick’ Grenfell Tower effigy (VIDEO)

A bonfire party during which a Grenfell Tower effigy was burned while revellers joked about the victims has been branded sick and disgraceful. The video, believed to have been shot in the UK, has been reported to Police. The distressing footage emerged on social media on Monday. In one Twitter post, uploader Kay Oldroyd tagged […]

Prince Harry ‘wary’ of Meghan Markle and her mother at Grenfell Tower event, expert claims

Meghan Markle recently revealed her charity project to help with the victims of Grenfell Tower. The actress met with members of the community to create the project, which will raise funds for charity.  Duchess Meghan met with Grenfell Tower families for a lunch on Thursday 20 September.  She was joined by Prince Harry and her […]

DIY SOS: Nick Knowles and BBC crew embark on enormous Grenfell build ‘It’s daunting’

The Grenfell Tower fire sparked an enormous tragedy in London on June 14 last year and saw 71 people lose their lives in the catastrophic blaze. Now the BBC have unveiled plans for one of their biggest and most important projects ever and will see volunteers from all trades and communities coming together with presenter Nick […]

Grenfell survivor arrested after cannabis oil factory found in burnt out tower

A Grenfell Tower blaze survivor faces jail after a cannabis oil factory was found in the wreckage of the 24-storey building. Eamon Zada, 35, had produced enough cannabis oil to last one user 140 days. Zada was arrested after cannabis production supplies were found among the debris of the cladded north Kensington tower block three […]

PM creeping into Grenfell service via back door is an insult, survivor tells RT

Published time: 14 Dec, 2017 17:13 UK Prime Minister Theresa May attended Thursday’s memorial service at St Paul’s Cathedral in London, which marked six months since the Grenfell Tower fire. Rather than make a grand entrance, however, the PM crept in through the back door. Grenfell survivors were not impressed. Survivors and bereaved families were […]

Kate Middleton wears navy hat and coat with to Grenfell victims service

Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, 35, arrived at St Paul’s Cathedral for a memorial service in honour of the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire, London. She visited the venue with her husband Prince William, also 35, and Prince Harry, 33. She wore a navy blue coat with six gold buttons, and a navy […]

England ace Ryan Bertrand: Grenfell Tower disaster hit me hard, I lived in a block like it

He had friends living on the estate and the catastrophe, he admits, hit him hard. In the immediate aftermath of the fire, in which 68 people were killed – the England and Southampton defender went to the scene to try and help. He pledged to try to re-house some of those who had lost their […]

Fury over whitewashing of ‘Justice’ graffiti for Grenfell Tower fire victims

The whitewashing of graffiti commemorating the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire has prompted an outcry among local residents. The ‘Justice’ graffiti was the creation of local artist Miguel de Amorim-Gil, 38, also known as ‘Flexwon’, who spent weeks working on the tribute for the residents of the 24-story block ravaged by flames three months […]

Grenfell Tower survivor who sat GCSE HOURS after blaze reveals result LIVE on This Morning

Ines Alves went straight to school just hours after escaping the horrific inferno which claimed the lives of her neighbours, because she was determined to sit her Chemistry GCSE.  The 16-year-old was hoping to take the subject at A-Level and knew she had to sit the exam. “It’s what I knew I wanted,” she told […]

‘Reasonable grounds’ to suspect Grenfell tower fire was corporate manslaughter – London police

Published time: 27 Jul, 2017 23:48 Police investigating London’s Grenfell Tower disaster, in which 80 people were killed in rapidly spreading fire, have sent a letter to survivors and families of victims saying there are “reasonable grounds” to suspect it was a case of corporate manslaughter. READ MORE: Grenfell fire survivors demand resignation of new […]