Cressida Dick repeats previous warnings that true number of people who died in disaster may never be known

Britain’s most senior police officer has sought to defend the official death toll of the Grenfell Tower disaster, saying that the public would not forgive the authorities if they guessed at how many people may have died in the tower block.

Met police commissioner Cressida Dick said officers were doing their “level best” to share information about the blaze with the public as she was challenged about the official response during a radio call-in.

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