A mother has paid tribute to her "precious daughter" who lost her life in the Grenfell Tower fire.
Deborah Lamprell is the 49th victim to be formally identified following the tragedy on Wednesday June 14.
In a heartfelt tribute to the 45-year-old, her mother said: "A wonderful, precious daughter, always smiling and helping others.
"Debbie will be missed by her mum and all who had the privilege to meet her."
A campaign has recently been launched to save the mural painted in memory of the victims.
More than 200 people have so far signed a petition in a bid to keep the colourful street art - which packs a serious message.
The "Justice" graffiti, painted by an artist known as "Flex", can be found in Ladbroke Crescent, close to the charred remains of the tower block in Kensington .
You can sign the petition to keep the mural here .
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