Anger turns to rage as police escort Theresa May from Grenfell Tower protestors

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Emotions are running high in Grenfell Tower protestsReuters

Prime Minister Theresa May had to be rushed away from protestors under police guard as anger continues to mount over the Grenfell Fire disaster. Some esimates now say that as many as 70 people, possibly even more, might have died.

There were jeers of ‘coward’, ‘you’re not wanted’ and ‘shame on you’ as she left a church under police escort near the charred and blackened tower in North Kensington.

Hundreds of protestors stormed Kensington and Chelsea Town Hall and also marched on Downing Street as grief, rage and demands for justice grew in equal measure.

Rev Mike Long, at Notting Hill Methodist Church, told the BBC that survivors were angry and needed justice.

‘Some of the poeple I’ve been hearing don’t call this an accident they say this is a crime,’ he said.


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