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Grenfell survivors tell Council "Resign now!"

Kensington Town Hall, London. Wed 19th Jul 2017


    
 Moyra Samuels, a teacher at a school close to Grenfell Tower, and right, Raga Woods

 Pelope listen to the speakers 
    
 NUT speaker Louise Regan

 

 Zita Holbourne holds a Pcs flag as she waits to speak

 I went back to the steps where Simon Elmer of ASH was speaking. They are hosting a meeting to examine what

 happened at Grenfell and why

 

 A man comes and says those on the steps should join the other group - but they tell him they wouldn't let them speak

 Unity would be a good thing, but being silenced by another left group isn't acceptable

 

 Martin Wright as usual made his views clear

 and the Class War banner backs him up.

 Back at the other mike

 One of the people from the area was speaking

 And Zith Holbourne was still waiting

 The Latimer/Ladbroke Grove rappers arrived and were waiting to perform

 

 

 

 A nursery worker from Grenfell Tower speaks

 


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