Follow the latest updates from London as the Queen notes national sadness in wake of fire and terrorist attacks
- PM announces £5m for victims as part of aid package
- At least 30 dead, say police
- Protests underway in Downing Street and Kensington
- Sun reporter ‘impersonated victim’s friend’
- How to help, and how not to
The Press Association reports that more than £3m has been raised for victims of the fire.
Three appeals on the JustGiving site helped to raise the money for people affected by the fire.
The Grenfell Action Group and Radical Housing Network have postponed a protest planned to take place today at Kensington & Chelsea Town Hall. The event, which called on estate campaigners, community groups and tenants from across London to demand Justice4Grenfell, was due to take place at midday.
The Radical Housing Network said on Facebook it had been cancelled “in light of the rapidly moving situation and community protests at the Town Hall and Grenfell Tower on evening of Friday 17th” but promised “more actions and protests”.