Frustrations over the fatal Grenfell Tower fire boiled over today as residents demanding answers over the blaze stormed Kensington townhall.
Today, hundreds of people gathered outside the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea headquarters in west London wanting to know how the tragedy could have happened.
It came as Prime Minister Theresa May faced angry scenes as she met the group of victims, residents, volunteers and community leaders at St Clement’s Church close to the scene of the horrific blaze.
The Prime Minister was booed and jeered after she met survivors of the inferno but failed to address people demanding a response to the devastating fire.
‘Other people shouted ‘murderer’ and ‘coward’ at the Prime Minister as she abandoned the meeting to return to the security of Downing Street.
Police broke up a scuffle between members of the crowd as Mrs May’s car drove off.
Councillors are among those who face serious questions over the apparent safety failings whichled to the fire spreading quickly up the tower block on Tuesday night.
The protesters initially gathered outside the building, insisting that those displaced by the disaster be housed with the London borough rather than elsewhere.
But some of the group then went through the door chanting ‘we want justice’ and pushed up the stairs towards the authority’s offices.
Some shouted ‘murderers’ while others yelled ‘cowards’.