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Simon Cowell charity single released to aid fire victims

Simon Cowell charity single released to aid fire victims

The identities of some Grenfell Tower fire victims may never be known because they were living in flats without the knowledge of the authorities, it has emerged.

Police said that 79 people were dead, or missing and assumed dead, after the blaze rapidly spread through the 24-storey block.

As of this morning, 10 people were still being treated in hospital following the blaze.

The London Fire Brigade was thankful for Adele's sincerity and genuineness. "A quick and easy way to do that would be to have assurances from the Home Office and Home Secretary, in terms of the treatment of people who are anxious about their immigrations status, either survivors or victims and their families and indeed witnesses who may be able to help the investigation".

"Second, I have established a task force that will work across the whole of Greater Manchester, building by building, to provide fire safety reassurance".

Officials say every family from the tower will be re-housed in the local area, which includes some of the most expensive housing in London.

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Redbridge Council pledged a review "of all blocks" and fore compartmentation reports, while a spokesperson for Waltham Forest Council said: "We have not identified any blocks that use ACM (Aluminium Composite Material) cladding in the London Borough of Waltham Forest".

She said the scope of the government's review would also be extended to cover other buildings such as schools and hospitals "using a risk-based approach informed by emerging evidence and intelligence from the United Kingdom government and our own local authorities". "She came in, came up to the mess and had a cup of tea with the watch and then she joined us for the minute's silence".

However, a spokesman for the GFRT said: "We are not aware of anybody doing so and if that is the case we would urge people to come to the Westway Sports Centre so we can help with their housing needs". In Hampshire, we are working with all high-rise building owners and landlords to ensure all of these structures are inspected and that residents feel safe in their homes.

Many have criticised the Government for its handling of the Grenfell Tower fire, and the failure to rehouse those displaced.

"It is really hard to describe the devastation the fire caused".

Dany Cotton, commissioner of LFB said she had "taken enormous strength from the unbelievable response" of her staff in the wake of the tragedy.