58 feared dead from fire in London tower block

Adding that the figure could increase, Mr Cundy said more people may have been in the block on the night but police have not been made aware of their whereabouts. Public fury over the London high-rise fire is mounting as exhausted London firefighters continue their grim search Saturday for victims of the inferno that killed at least 30 people. This includes the 30 fatalities confirmed so far.

Displaced residents of the tower and other protesters shouted, "Coward!" at May on Friday, shortly after she announced a fund of about $6.5 million for emergency supplies, food, clothes and other costs for the victims.

On Friday evening, May was interviewed by Emily Maitlis on the BBC programme "Newsnight" where she sidestepped questions over whether she misread the public mood and anger over the Grenfell fire as well as what her personal response is - leading to more criticism of being called "robotic" and "cold". "People have lost their lives, people have had their homes destroyed, they have fled for their lives with absolutely nothing". "We need to find out precisely what cladding was used and how it was attached".

On Saturday she met with residents and community leaders in Downing Street to listen to their concerns.

She has also pledged £5 million (S$8.8 million) of support, housing guarantees and help with access to bank accounts and cash.

Those who lost their homes would be rehoused within three weeks, she said. Grief has since given way to anger as protests were held in London yesterday by residents demanding more support for those affected by the fire.

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He says tower residents who survived fear a cover-up will keep the truth from coming out.

"We were looking for her to say that she is here with the community", Simon McDonald, who grew up in the area, told the Guardian.

"It has been decided today that the public inquiry will report back to me personally", May said.

Two boys inspect pictures of the missing.

A couple of miles away in west London, several hundred protesters stormed Kensington and Chelsea Council Town Hall.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan said people were frustrated by the lack of information about the missing and the dead as well as a lack of coordination between support services.

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"It is hard to escape a very sombre national mood", she said in a message marking the event.

"The fire at Grenfell Tower was an unimaginable tragedy for the community, and for our country".

"Put to the test, the United Kingdom has been resolute in the face of adversity", the queen wrote in her message.

Mohammed, whose apartment is opposite the tower, had friends who lived in Grenfell's upper stories.

After a tumultuous week that pitched Britain into its deepest political crisis since the Brexit referendum a year ago, May's future was already uncertain due to her failed gamble on a snap election.

Trade Minister Greg Hands said the government is carrying out an "urgent inspection" of the roughly 2,500 similar tower blocks across Britain to assess their safety.

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