Britain's Prime Minister, Theresa May, visits the scene of a tower block which was destroyed in a fire disaster, in north Kensington, West London, Britain June 15, 2017. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

Theresa May has visited the scene of the Grenfell Tower blaze where at least 17 people died. 
The Prime Minister carried out a private visit of the scene and spoke with emergency service crews but reportedly refused to meet any survivors of the tragedy and blocked media access. 
The decision was taken due to “security reasons”, it was claimed, but local residents were furious that she did not stop to listen to their concerns. 
One Grenfell Tower resident reportedly told Jeremy Corbyn, who also visited the scene, Ms May was “s***”, adding: “Theresa May was here but she didn’t speak to any of us.”
The Labour leader spoke with volunteers and members of the local community during a visit to St Clements Church, which is being used as a refuge centre. 
Mr Corbyn promised “the truth has got to come out and it will” during the visit. 
Dozens of people are still missing after the 24-storey block …