Queen praises a country 'resolute in the face of adversity'


The Queen's statement has been well-received with many commentators pleased the 91-year-old has referenced the somber mood of the country at present.

William said the tragedy was "one of the most awful things I have ever seen" during the visit to the Westway Sports Centre, which is near to the high-rise building in west London. "As a nation, we continue to reflect and pray for all those who have been directly affected by these events", read the statement.

Queen Elizabeth II is doing what she can to comfort the survivors of the Grenfell Tower disaster.

The Times newspaper headline "May takes cover" also used a sub-heading "Police protect PM as Grenfell death toll rises".

A total of 58 people who were dead or missing, presumed dead in the devastating fire, police said on Saturday.

Mohammad Al-Hajali, 23, a refugee who fled Syria for the United Kingdom in 2014, was identified as another victim.

Cundy took time to address concerns that authorities have underplayed the scale of the tragedy. "I wish to convey my sincerest thanks for her continuing work and wishing a happy birthday", one person penned.

"You have my absolute assurance that as soon as I can tell you something that I know to be accurate I will tell you".

"They feel the government and local council haven't done enough to help them in the aftermath of this horrific incident, or to provide answers to their increasingly urgent questions", Khan wrote.

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Cundy also mentioned that his "heart goes out to those affected".

Members of the emergency services work inside the charred remains of the Grenfell Tower block. In a letter to May, he listed a litany of residents' concerns, including a lack of information about missing relatives, the chaotic response of the local council and worries over safety in other tower blocks.

The PM said: "I've heard stories yesterday from the emergency services about the issues around the fire". My commitment to families is that as soon as we can, we will locate and recover their loved ones.

Despite security trying to usher him into the waiting vehicle, William turned back and said: "I'm so sorry, I have to go but we'll be back".

At least 30 people were killed in the fire at Grenfell Tower in the west London neighborhood of north Kensington. The queen waved to the crowd, and then hesitated before getting into her auto.

May chaired a government task force on the disaster at 10 Downing Street early Saturday before meeting a delegation of residents, victims, volunteers and community leaders at her office.

Corbyn has written an open letter to the prime minister, calling for the public inquiry to ensure "all necessary lessons are learned".

Prime Minister Theresa May woke up Saturday to an onslaught directed at her and the Conservative government in the national media.