- Seventy two people died in a tower block in West London on June 14, 2017
- Cladding throughout the building helped the inferno spread trapping dozens
- Following the tragedy, campaigners have been fighting for answers to the blaze
- A year on, a one minute silence will be observed nationally today at midday
A year after the horrendous blaze that killed 72 people, Grenfell Tower has been illuminated to mark the first anniversary of the disaster.
A minute’s silence will be observed nationally at midday today, to remember those who perished in the inferno.
Campaigners have flooded the streets in West London as part of a vigil, which demands answers to why family, friends and members of the community were allowed to live and die in fundmentally unsafe council housing.
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