Hundreds of Grenfell Tower protesters march on Whitehall

Hundreds of Grenfell Tower protesters march on Whitehall

I have today requested daily progress reports.

"There are people who tried to break into the officers upstairs", he said.

"As the Mayor of London, I will continue to fight alongside this community to ensure they get the support and answers they deserve and justice done", Khan wrote. Everyone - not just my family, every single person in there. They say their complaints were ignored.

Police in London have said 58 people are now presumed dead following this week's devastating fire at Grenfell tower block.

London police said Saturday that the death toll from the inferno at the Grenfell Tower in west London had risen to 58.

All around the gutted tower, posters of the missing were hanging from shop windows, telephone boxes and road signs.

Residents had sent a list of demands to the council, including the immediate rehoming of all people displaced by the fire within the borough; the release of funds to take care of the welfare of those affected; and a complete list of the residents known to live in the tower block.

On the night of the blaze, Choucair had not been at home, but rushed back to find the building alight after a friend inside had called, begging for help.

May herself had come in for a barrage of criticism for failing to visit residents and her response to the disaster.

"They are fully aware of the true scale of this tragedy but can not comprehend why they are not being given more information".

On Saturday, Mrs May acknowledged that support for survivors and families of the victims "was not good enough".

Extensive damage is seen to the Grenfell Tower block which was destroyed in a disastrous fire, in north Kensington, West London, Britain June 16, 2017.

Alongside both police and fire investigations into the blaze, she has promised a public inquiry.

"It will go to establish the answers of what happened in the fire and how it spread; it will look at the building itself; it will look at the refurbishment as well".

"I would break the rules more than what I would have done", he said. But the meeting is unlikely to quell complaints that the prime minister has been slow to reach out to fire survivors.

"I appreciate that the authorities want to be absolutely certain that any information is correct before it is issued publicly, and the fire brigade, police and coroner are doing a heroic job obtaining this information in extremely hard circumstances", Sadiq Khan said.