Tower of London

Ten thousand torches have been lit in the Tower of London moat, to commemorate a century since the end of World War One. The display is called “Beyond the Deepening Shadow” and will run for eight nights leading up to Armistice Day on 11 November.
Illumination marks the centenary of the end of the war.
Kensington and Chelsea Council also 'did not respond quickly enough'.
The organisation in charge of managing Grenfell Tower will be stripped of its responsibility for the Lancaster West Estate
'Please do not disgrace those who have been affected by Grenfell.'
Though some did point out that the name “Day of Rage” did not help promote the idea of a peaceful protest. The event’s description
Residents of the London tower block that went up in flames claiming a number of lives warned the building's management that
'He's a soldier, he deserves to be treated with respect.'