A ONE-YEAR immigration amnesty offered to undocumented residents of the Grenfell Tower have been given an extra three months to come forward, the Home Office announced yesterday.
Those who survived the west London tower block blaze and had been living in the country without official...
Saturday 2nd Sep 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
THE family of a Grenfell Tower resident who was con- firmed dead yesterday said they have been left with a “gaping hole in our hearts that can never be filled.”
Denis Murphy, 56, is believed to have become trapped on the 14th floor of the burning block when the fi re broke...
Thursday 31st Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Years of cuts have left the Scottish fire and rescue service dangerously understaffed, with over 700 front-line firefighters’ jobs lost since 2013, says DENISE CHRISTIE
Tuesday 29th Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
Mayor joins survivors in releasing dozens of white doves
Monday 28th Aug 2017
Hotel bills and expenses for survivors top £6m
Saturday 26th Aug 2017
This year’s Notting Hill celebrations will be a more sombre affair as we remember those who lost their lives in the Grenfell tragedy, says ZITA HOLBOURNE
by Felicity Collier
A TEENAGER who escaped from Grenfell Tower and sat her chemistry GCSE the next morning was awarded an A grade yesterday.
Ines Alves, who lived with her family on the 13th floor, fled the fire in the middle of the night with just her mobile phone...
Friday 25th Aug 2017
KENSINGTON and Chelsea council leader Elizabeth Campbell faced renewed calls to quit over her handling of the Grenfell disaster at a public meeting on Wednesday.
She was heckled throughout the meeting and one resident accused her of having “blood on her hands.”
May finally condemns slow response after fire
Thursday 24th Aug 2017
Equating Grenfell protesters with rioters reveals just how far removed the media is from reality, writes KEITH FLETT
Wednesday 23rd Aug 2017