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Mayor Marvin Rees to join fire and police to reassure Bristol's tower block residents after Grenfell Tower tragedy

Bristol Post Monday, 19 June 2017
Mayor Marvin Rees to join fire and police to reassure Bristol's tower block residents after Grenfell Tower tragedyAt least 30 people were killed – and the death toll is expected to rise to almost 100 – when fire ripped through the tower block in Kensington last week.
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News video: For Shame: Tourists Take Selfies In Front Of Charred London Tower Block

For Shame: Tourists Take Selfies In Front Of Charred London Tower Block 00:40

Residents who live near Grenfell Tower in London have spotted visitors taking selfies at the site of last week's deadly fire. Signs have been erected near the site pleading with visitors to "stop taking pictures, please" and "stop taking selfies." Other signs proclaim, "Not a tourist attraction."...

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