Adele visits Grenfell Tower firefighters and offers 'tea and a cuddle'

Some residents say they had reported safety concerns as much as four years ago, but their complaints went unanswered.

The protest, organised by Movement for Justice By Any Means Necessary (MFJ), is set to start at 11:30pm today with the aim of "bringing down the Government - shut down London".

"We have had so much support for the local community and we can not thank everyone enough".

Those taking part in the protests have been urged to keep them peaceful, amid fears that anger over the Grenfell disaster could be hijacked for violent means.

"The goal of the Independent Public Advocate is to keep the bereaved and surviving victims of disasters informed of progress in any relevant investigation and make them fully aware how they can contribute to that investigation", said the government in a document detailing its legislative programme for the next two years.

The page reads: "Politicians and many community and religious leaders will be looking to divert our rage and fury into inquiries, investigations, reports, court hearings and parliamentary processes".

It states its objective as: We're marching against a Government committed to austerity, cuts and privatisation.

The government said every displaced family will be re-housed in the locally and "the expectation" is that the 68 apartments will be used as permanent residences for some of the burned-out Grenfell Tower's residents.

Labour will seek to alter the Queen's Speech by tabling amendments in parliament, McDonnell confirmed.

Hundreds have indicated online that they will be attending the protests.

The announcement comes after the council began a review over the weekend of its housing blocks following the Grenfell Tower fire in Notting Hill last week.

Mahad Egal made the plea for order in a video message posted on social media.

"I know this is a frustrating time", he said in the clip.

"The community has come together, we don't need no violence in the community".

"They are trusted - a lot of people don't trust the council because of what's happened ..."

"She had lost absolutely everything".

  • Leroy Wright