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How many people died in the Grenfell Tower fire?

How many people died in the Grenfell Tower fire?

The Grenfell Tower engulfed the 24-floor tower block on June 14, 2017.
Where is Grenfell Tower and when was the disaster?

Where is Grenfell Tower and when was the disaster?

Six months on from the disaster many of the affected families are still homeless.
Royal family join memorial for Grenfell Tower victims at St Paul’s Cathedral

Royal family join memorial for Grenfell Tower victims at St Paul’s Cathedral

'This is a nation that grieves at the unspeakable tragedy, loss and hurt'
Grenfell Tower national memorial service – in pictures

Grenfell Tower national memorial service – in pictures

Survivors, bereaved families, the local community and first responders were joined by politicians and members of the royal family at St Paul’s Cathedral for a service to honour those who died in the
Grenfell campaigners win reprieve in fight to save local college

Grenfell campaigners win reprieve in fight to save local college

Ministers tell London institutions considering merger that their plans should be delayed until at least the end of AprilThe government has intervened to save a further education college near Grenfell
Grenfell children to broadcast alternative Christmas message

Grenfell children to broadcast alternative Christmas message

Survivors aged seven to 12 to tell British audience about importance of family and home in Channel 4 broadcast Children who survived the Grenfell Tower fire will tell the public to cherish their
Grenfell Tower fire: child survivors to deliver alternative Christmas message – trailer

Grenfell Tower fire: child survivors to deliver alternative Christmas message – trailer

Young survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire in west London will deliver this year's alternative Christmas message on Channel 4. The children, aged seven to 12, will tell British audiences to cherish
Building regulations experts who weren’t heard before the Grenfell Tower fire | Letters

Building regulations experts who weren’t heard before the Grenfell Tower fire | Letters

Peter Kent on the illogical introduction of competition into building control, and Green party peer Jenny Jones on the failure to learn lessons from Lakanal HouseThe report by Judith Hackitt (Building
‘You can’t afford to get upset’: behind the scenes with London’s 999 operators

‘You can’t afford to get upset’: behind the scenes with London’s 999 operators

Frontline emergency services are frequently hailed for their heroism, but less is known about the critical role 999 operators playInside a cavernous screen-filled room on an industrial estate in south
Grenfell Tower management company hands responsibility back to council

Grenfell Tower management company hands responsibility back to council

Residents furious as Kensington & Chelsea TMO says it can no longer guarantee to fulfil its obligationsThe organisation that managed Grenfell Tower and manages thousands of other properties across
'The community can never get back to normal': Grenfell faith leaders on the ongoing tragedy

'The community can never get back to normal': Grenfell faith leaders on the ongoing tragedy

The leaders of three local faith organisations open up about the struggle to help their community after the fire.Early next year, a rectangle of earth abutting the north wall of St Clement’s church
Council apologises as Grenfell Tower households miss out on extra cash

Council apologises as Grenfell Tower households miss out on extra cash

As 100 Grenfell households spend Christmas in hotels, payout to help with festive costs fails to arrive for 18 families Money promised to Grenfell Tower survivors by Kensington council to help cover
Theresa May urged to drop auditors KPMG from Grenfell inquiry

Theresa May urged to drop auditors KPMG from Grenfell inquiry

MPs say the firm has a conflict of interest because of auditing work for companies involved in putting cladding on towerSeventy-one academics, writers and campaigning organisations, as well as two
Grenfell inquiry cuts ties with KPMG following complaints

Grenfell inquiry cuts ties with KPMG following complaints

An open letter from MPs and academics had called for the accountancy firm to be dropped over potential conflicts of interestThe Grenfell Tower inquiry has cancelled its contract with auditors KPMG
New year's revolutions: the stories we're hoping to cover in 2018

New year's revolutions: the stories we're hoping to cover in 2018

Guardian journalists tell us what they hope to cover in the year ahead and whyEvery January I start out with a wish list. It tends not to change hugely from year to year because many of my dream
Tower residents face £2m recladding bill prompted by Grenfell disaster

Tower residents face £2m recladding bill prompted by Grenfell disaster

Owner of Citiscape complex in Croydon has denied responsibility to pay for work, with leaseholders left facing a bill of £31,300 per flat“Terrified” residents of a housing complex clad in similar
Only three tower blocks have had cladding replaced since Grenfell
Grenfell fire survivors urge council not to axe volunteer therapists

Grenfell fire survivors urge council not to axe volunteer therapists

Complementary Support Teams UK says Kensington and Chelsea are ‘not listening’ to victimsSurvivors of the Grenfell Tower fire have expressed dismay after the local council said it would axe the