"I said 'why you didn't come - they brought us outside, I thought you are with us.' He said 'no one brought me outside.' He said, 'why you left me?'"
After a botched snap election that lost her party its majority in parliament, the prime minister is facing criticism for her response to the blaze that engulfed the 24-storey apartment block of social housing on Wednesday.
The aluminium cladding, called Reynobond, is banned for buildings taller than 12 metres in the U.S., far lower than the 24-storey Grenfell Tower that was consumed by the roaring blaze, according to a salesman for the company that manufactures it.
Britain will act on any recommendations from a probe into a fire that ripped through an apartment block and killed at least 58 people, ministers said, responding to a tragedy their critics said showed something had gone "badly wrong" in the country. Cundy said the death toll may still change, but not as significantly as it has in recent days. "It may well be the defining outcome of this tragedy that the worst mistakes of the 1960s and 1970s are systematically torn down", he said.
Police say the harrowing search for remains had been paused on Friday because of safety concerns at the blacked tower but has now resumed, with emergency workers reaching the top of the tower.
Police said on Sunday the number of people feared to have died would rise from the current total of 58, which includes 30 confirmed fatalities, as they carry out a full forensic and systematic search of the building.
Between 50 and 60 people stormed Kensington and Chelsea Town Hall as members of the public said the homeless needed help "right now".
Another, larger protest also marched through west London, where hundreds of people headed to the burned-out building tower.
"I have always said I will be accurate about what I know, so the next figure of those presumed dead and missing will be released tomorrow, Monday 19 June".
A fire department spokesman said crews are working to secure the debris so that two subway lines could be reopened as soon as possible.
Detectives investigating the fire at Grenfell Tower in London say new footage of the gutted building's burned-out interior shows just how hard the task of finding and identifying bodies is proving to be.
"Newspapers are calling May's decision not to meet survivors the day after the blaze her "Hurricane Katrina" moment", NPR's Frank Langfitt notes.
King also said that there are around 4,000 tower blocks in the United Kingdom without automatic fire sprinkler protection systems in place.
The Government's £5 million emergency fund is already being spent on clothing and food to help the dispossessed and NHS London will provide counselling and bereavement support to families. He says it will take weeks or longer to recover and identify all the dead at the charred building. More than $3.8 million has been raised for the victims.
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