Demonstrators gathered outside Kensington Town Hall with placards ahead of the first full council since the Grenfell Tower fire .
Many carried "Justice for Grenfell" signs as they met before the Kensington and Chelsea Council meeting, which saw Elizabeth Campbell officially elected as the new leader .
They chanted on the steps of the building, in Hornton Street, calling the local authority “murderers”.
There was a heavy police among the gathering, while a stringent security process was in place for people wishing to enter the council building, with weapons, megaphones and face masks among the banned items.
Speaking in front of the demonstration was newly elected Kensington MP Emma Dent Coad , who is still a borough councillor, and who spoke at the meeting.
She said it was a disgrace that those who lost their homes and much more were still sitting in hotel rooms.
She said: “They’re in limbo.
“It’s disgraceful really. They’re not getting the help they want.”
A large NUT banner could also be seen, showing the largest teachers’ union was lending its support.
The demonstration took place at around 5.45pm, 45 minutes before the council meeting commenced.
It is not the first time protesters have marched on the council head quarters.
On June 16, two days after the blaze which claimed the lives of at least 80 people, angry residents forced their way into the town hall demanding action and answers .
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