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Grenfell Tower council is sitting on a £300MILLION reserve

MailOnline Monday, 19 June 2017 ()
Grenfell Tower council is sitting on a £300MILLION reserveKensington and Chelsea borough council - accused of failing to protect those killed in the fire - have built up the huge sum through what it calls an 'extensive cost reduction programme'.
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News video: Inside Grenfell Tower: UK police relase images of aftermath of deadly fire

Inside Grenfell Tower: UK police relase images of aftermath of deadly fire 01:09

UK police have released images of the inside of Grenfell Tower and have warned the number feared to have died will rise above 58. A statement is due later today (June 19). New images show the scale of destruction inside the burnt-out ruin of Grenfell Tower pic.twitter.com/ZK0nhe9Y2i— Press...

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