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Protesters demand justice for Grenfell in London

Members of the public take part in a silent march as part of commemorations on the first anniversary of the Grenfell fire in west London on June 14, 2018. (AFP)

Amina Taylor
Press TV, London

Protesters have converged on Downing Street in the British capital to demand justice for the survivors and victims of the Grenfell disaster. Just over a year ago, a tower block fire in London claimed the lives of 72 people. With an ongoing inquiry into the fire and calls for those responsible to be held to account, the demonstrators want to ensure the government would hear their demands. Amina Taylor reports from London.

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