This June 2017 video says about itself:
By Felicity Collier in Britain:
Grenfell: PM saves face by admitting council flaws
Thursday 24th August 2017
May finally condemns slow response after fire
THERESA MAY has finally admitted that Kensington and Chelsea Council did not respond quickly enough following the fire at Grenfell Tower in June.
The Prime Minister met Grenfell residents and survivors for a private meeting on Tuesday, where she made the long-overdue announcement.
Ms May faced criticism herself for failing to offer support to survivors in the immediate aftermath of the disaster.
It took the PM two days to visit the scene of the tragedy and, when she did, she did not speak to any of those affected, with one resident branding her appearance “a political drive-by.”
This was in stark contrast to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who was visiting victims the morning after the tragedy, offering hugs and words of comfort.
Justice For Grenfell campaign coordinator Yvette Williams told the Star: “It’s all political staging.
“[Theresa May] has got to face her MPs at the party conference — she’s got MPs stabbing her in the back.”
Ms May also confirmed that the Tenant Management Organisation (TMO) will now be stripped of its responsibility for the estate, due to its failings in handling the disaster. The council will now take over instead.
Ms Williams said: “We thought the TMO had gone anyway. It’s very late in the day. Is that going to take another 10 weeks? “It’s such a simple thing. It should have been done on day one, when the TMO went missing.”
The campaigner, who has been helping residents, said that any new organisation should be community-led — “not just another management organisation that doesn’t engage collectively.”
She also pledged to spend “every penny” of the council’s vast reserves on rehousing those affected by the tragedy if necessary, with £76 million set aside.
Ms Williams said that at a meeting fewer than 10 days ago she had been given documents citing a maximum spend of £40m.
She said: “Why did they say they were capping it? “If they do spend every last penny, it should be homes for life for people.”
Ms Campbell said more of the 180-plus households in hotels and temporary accommodation would be rehoused, but according to “their need, not speed.”