Grenfell Fire Protesters Storm London Town Hall, Demanding ‘Justice’
In what appeared to be a spontaneous protest, hundreds of people have stormed London’s Kensington Town Hall demanding “answers” and “justice” for the victims of this week’s Grenfell Tower fire, which killed at least 30 people. “I want her to come out her and face us,” one protester said of British Prime Minister Theresa May. “What are you doing here on Friday? I lost my home on Tuesday, people lost their lives on Tuesday.” Another said, “We’re angry, very upset. We feel we’re on our own. The firemen, they say they are angry. The only people that have been honest to us are the firemen.” May was chased by the angry crowd, which called her a “coward” and ran after her car.