Protesters storm Kensington Town Hall as anger boils over

Video from ITV News captures the moment that protesters stormed the local town hall in Kensington, demanding action from the Tory-controlled council in the wake of the devastating Grenfell Tower fire:

Corbynator‏ @Corbynator2 The moment protesters stormed Kensington town hall, amid anger over the response to the fire#kensingtonandchelsea ITV NewsProtesters storm Kensington town hall as anger boils overProtesters stormed the local town hall in Kensington demanding action in the wake of the devastating Grenfell Tower fire. ITV News

Posted by Walking the Breadline on Friday, June 16, 2017

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North Kensington: Angry community protests during standoff-ish Theresa May visit

Watch video from 5 News of angry community protests, including shouts of ‘coward’ and ‘get out’, as Theresa May departs St Clements church near Grenfell Tower, surrounded by an angry community.

Warning: this clip contains profanities and strong language.

Angry crowd shouts at Theresa May

Shouts of 'coward' and 'get out' as Theresa May departs St Clements church near #GrenfellTower, surrounded by an angry community. A warning this clip contains profanities and strong language.

Posted by Channel 5 News on Friday, June 16, 2017

Justice For Grenfell march chants “May Must Go” in unison as it passes Downing Street

This video gives a sense of the number of people and the energy of the Justice4Grenfell action as it passes Downing Street.

Corbynator‏ @Corbynator2 22m22 minutes agoMore #JusticeForGrenfell arriving at Downing Street. Anger being directed at Theresa May.#kensingtonandchelsea Michael Gray

Posted by Walking the Breadline on Friday, June 16, 2017

“Standing up to austerity” demo in Haverfordwest

From Western Telegraph: A crowd gathered at Castle Square in Haverfordwest earlier today to ‘Stand Up’ against austerity.

Members and supporters of the Pembrokeshire People’s Assembly changed their planned demo out of respect for those who lost their lives in the Manchester terror atrocity an stood in an outward facing circle of solidaritiy.

They were demonstrating rating their support for all those affected by disability and benefit cuts while also maintaining a message of ‘hope not hate’.

Also joining the protest in Haverfordwest was Welly the elephant, a play on what protesters call ‘the elephant in the room’ – how austerity has affected child poverty, food bank use, student debt, homelessness, and daily life for those living with a disability.

[Read full article on Western Telegraph website…]