Anger and grief as Britain marks Grenfell fire anniversary
Anger and impatience for justice mix with raw grief as Britain prepares to mark the first anniversary of the Grenfell Tower disaster -- the deadliest domestic fire since World War II.
UK to spend £400m removing Grenfell Tower-style cladding from high-rises
Britain will spend £400 million stripping high-rise buildings of the dangerous cladding blamed for last year's Grenfell Tower fire which left 71 people dead, Prime Minister Theresa May said Wednesday.
Notting Hill Carnival turns green for tower fire tragedy
Volunteers are busy cutting out paper hearts, painting banners and inflating balloons ahead of Europe's biggest street festival on Sunday and Monday in the same streets where the tragedy unfolded in June.
West London holds vigil for tower block fire victims
Hundreds of people held a vigil on Wednesday evening for the victims of the London tower block inferno, as anger simmers over the official reaction and the ongoing investigation.
Lessons from London high-rise fire
When the fire raged through the 24-storey Grenfell Tower, an apartment building in London recently, the catastrophe was monumental. The disaster, which was worsened by a lack of unexpectedness and not prevented by the fire codes, claimed at least 80 people.
Bellerin joins Sterling in fire fund donation
Hector Bellerin joined fellow Premier League star Raheem Sterling in making a sizeable donation to the victims and their families of the deadly Grenfell Tower fire, it was reported on Monday.
British prime minister appoints ex-judge for tower blaze inquiry
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday appointed a retired judge to lead a public inquiry into the London tower block blaze, as a funeral was held for one of at least 80 victims.
Final death toll for London tower blaze to take months
It will be "many months" before authorities will be able to give a final death toll for the London tower block blaze, police said on Wednesday while stressing the enormity of the task.