Theresa May takes cover from crowds on Grenfell Tower visit

Theresa May takes cover from crowds on Grenfell Tower visit

Theresa May takes cover from crowds on Grenfell Tower visit

"If it's true Theresa May didn't meet ANY survivors or relatives of the dead on her #Grenfell visit today, that's an absolute disgrace", Morgan tweeted.

Ms Leadsom highlighted the government's efforts to provide support for victims of the fire in the short term and also promised that "people's housing needs longer-term will of course be met". Who is now at the Westway centre?

"We don't want to hear what she has to say if she doesn't want to speak to us". She wanted an entirely controlled situation in which she didn't use her humanity.

And later on Friday she was slammed as "inhuman" after a Newsnight interview about the disaster, during which she appeared visibly uncomfortable as she struggled to answer questions.

At Downing Street on Saturday afternoon, the Prime Minister met 16 people, including victims, residents, community leaders and volunteers, following the devastating blaze at the west London tower block.

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The man said: "Why are Sadiq Khan and Corbyn coming down here to speak to people and Theresa May is coming here with police, walking around, not meeting no one, not meeting families?" This fire could have been stopped, a long, long, long time ago. There's not even sprinklers in there.

"In 2009, the last block was on fire".

Nadir said: "I'm angry at the state of the tower". I have a right to be angry. "Because of people saving money, people are dying".

"She does care because she's launched a public inquiry".

"The Prime Minister is absolutely heartbroken".

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He also reiterated the Government's promise to rehouse those displaced by the fire within three weeks, either in Kensington, or neighbouring boroughs.

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"Understandably, people are desperately traumatised and, yes, people are angry and that is totally understandable. She was sh*t", a distraught resident was reported telling Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn during his visit on Thursday.

'We wait to see what action will come from it, but they were reassured that they were listened to'.

Ms Leadsom, who challenged Theresa May in the Conservative leadership election previous year, said she had come "as Leader of the Commons, on behalf of the Commons" and defended the Prime Minister's decision.

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Government minister Tobias Ellwood suggested that security concerns had prevented Ms May from speaking to local people.

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