London Grenfell Tower survivors not rehoused properly — Dear Kitty. Some blog

This 17 June 2017 video from London, England is called Grenfell fire: Protests and anger grow as death toll rises Another video from London, England used to say about itself: Grenfell Tower Survivor Sid Ali-Atami Talks About Losing his Faith in the Theresa May Government 5 July 2017 Sid Ali-Atami and his daughter sit down […]

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In memory of Grenfell — The SKWAWKBOX

To mark the first anniversary of the terrible loss of the Grenfell Tower fire and in solidarity with the survivors and those whose lives were affected – residents, families, neighbours, emergency services – the SKWAWKBOX’s side-header image has been changed for today to an image of the shrouded tower. To those I’ve met there or…

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Ignore the BBC. Green’s removal is a sign of May’s weakness, not strength — The SKWAWKBOX

Comment The Establishment is already attempting to spin Theresa May’s decision to sack – or more precisely ask to resign – her deputy Damian Green as a sign of the PM’s ‘strength’ and confidence. The BBC’s Nick Robinson got straight to the point: Theresa May ordered an investigation into Green for ‘misleading’ – then didn’t… via… Continue reading Ignore the BBC. Green’s removal is a sign of May’s weakness, not strength — The SKWAWKBOX