Extensive damage is seen to the Grenfell Tower block which was destroyed in a disastrous fire, in north Kensington, West London, Britain June 16, 2017. (REUTERS/Hannah McKay)
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An inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire disaster opened on Thursday with a minute's silence to remember victims, as survivors demanded answers over the west London apartment block blaze that killed at least 80 people.Residents had complained for years about fire safety in the 24-storey social housing tower and have voiced anger at delays in assistance following the blaze as well as scepticism about whether the inquiry can help.Prime Minister Theresa May has asked Moore-Bick to investigate the causes of the fire and whether anything could have been done to prevent it.Six hundred people are receiving counselling over the fire, including 100 children and some of the firefighters who responded to the blaze.Almost 200 households need new homes following the fire, but only two have moved into new permanent accommodation.
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