Police officers confront demonstrators inside Kensington Town Hall, during a protest following the fire that destroyed The Grenfell Tower block, in north Kensington, West London, Britain June 16, 2017. REUTERS/Toby Melville - RTS17E0F

Dozens of demonstrators shout “we want justice”, as Sky News understands the number of people feared dead is now around 70.
Dozens of demonstrators holding up placards and appeal posters shouted “we want an inquest” and “we want justice” as they entered the building.
Several people appeared to clash with security guards inside, before leaving the building and gathering on the steps outside.
More than 20 police officers rushed into the town hall to restore order and mounted police are on stand-by, Sky Correspondent Enda Brady said.
Later, dozens of people appeared to push and shove each other outside the town hall.
It comes as Sky News understands the number of people feared dead in the fire is now around 70.
Some protesters were called away from the town hall’s foyer by protest organiser Mustafa Mansour, who urged them to remain calm.
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