I am reminded of the degrees of hostility the profession rightfully received after the first days and weeks following the Grenfell disaster. People thought we, us journalists, penetrated their area … Continue reading Narrow advantages over ethical journalism: Daily Telegraph et al. and the Grenfell Inquiry
Some spontaneous thoughts after another few weeks of coverage…. (slightly modified 20.15) The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) is where the dichotomy between rich and poor is the … Continue reading The Way things are done… A comment on Grenfell Tower and who is responsible.
Some of my photos from remembrance events and protests 14/8/2018 and 16/6/2018 in North Kensington. A few have been taken out since posting, as I felt that they were potentially … Continue reading Grenfell Remembered 2018
Grenfell Tower, six months later Squatting action under the motorway, Political Requests, Self-help: The Survivors and Residents of the London high-rise fire demand not to be any longer victims. … Continue reading Grenfell, six months later
Photos from silent march for Grenfell
North Kensington is not your average residential area. It seems much more as the essence of the potential that London can give. .. A community in which people of all backgrounds grew together, and who have any reason to be celebrated by others in one of the biggest parties of the world, actually. Never lesser so than now.