Firefighters fought the blaze throughout the night and into the 27Prince William pays his respects during a ceremony commemorating the six million Jews killed by the Nazis in the Holocaust, in the Hall of Remembrance at Yad Vashem World Holocaust Remembrance Center in Jerusalem Andria Marsh, 63, holds up photographs of her parents and her original British passport, following a Windrush service at Westminster Abbey in London.
A service was held at the Abbey to commemorate the arrival to Britain of Caribbean migrants on the ship, Empire Windrush, 70 years ago.
Northern Ireland could be given joint EU and UK status and a 'buffer zone' on its border with the Republic, under new plans being drawn up by David Davis, according to reports British Prime Minister Theresa May delivers a keynote speech at the Waterfront Hall in Belfast.Everyone is lovely round here, I didn't expect this at all." Kelly Fraser, 31, was walking her dog on a nearby riverside path and had to take an alternative route due to cordons. The nearby Riverside Sports and Leisure Club was closed for a period but has since re-opened.Duty manager Ibrahim Omer said: "We were meant to open at 8am but couldn't open until 8.15am."I didn't think anything of it because we've had road works around and there's been lots of bangs. "A 31-year-old woman and an 11-year-old girl were declared dead at the scene."There are lots of police about, it's very shocking - I can't believe it. A 28-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of the woman and the girl." He added cordons are in place at locations linked to the investigation."The cleaner who lived nearby had to be escorted home because she was told it's not safe.It's shocking, you don't want that happening anywhere.” British Prime Minister Theresa May delivers a keynote speech at the Waterfront Hall in Belfast.Prime Minister Theresa May held an emergency Brexit cabinet meeting in an attempt to resolve tensions over the UK's Irish border plan New images issued by the Grenfell Tower Inquiry of the kitchen in flat 16 where the fire started on June 14 last year.Seventy-one people were killed after the fire tore through the housing block in Kensington Bishop of Southwark Christopher Chessun and members of the public attend a commemoration service on the first anniversary of the London Bridge terror attack.As investigations continued, neighbours spoke of their shock.April Mc Millan, a 23-year-old support worker who lives in the street told South West News Service: "I woke up at 4.30am this morning hearing a loud bang. You really feel for the people involved." A spokesman for Gloucestershire Police said: "At 4.50am on Monday police were called to an address in Dexter Way where it was reported that two people had been seriously injured.