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BBC just said ALL Grenfell victims have been rehoused ITS A LIE

Grenfell survivors get £200k emergency fund and BBC say they have all been rehomes  but MP says many are sleeping in their cars



Around £200,000 from a £5 million emergency fund has been given to the families affected by last week’s massive tower block fire, according to the Grenfell Response Team (GRT). However, the money has come too late for some families.

According to local MP Emma Dent Coad, some homeless survivors of the Grenfell Tower disaster are living in their cars.

She has branded the council’s response “total chaos.”

“People have been sleeping in cars and in parks because they don’t know where to go and they aren’t being looked after,” the newly minted Labour MP told Sky News.

“Secondly they need to be re-housed permanently and thirdly they need a long-term care package ... people who'll always be there for them.”

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Britain's Chaos: May/Soros plan to stop Brexit

May and the Elites didn't want Brexit to happen whats the best way to stop it? ORDER OUT OF CHAOS 
George Soros, the billionaire who earned fame by betting against the pound in 1992, said Britain was approaching a tipping point that would see the economy slow to such an extent that Brexit might even be reversed. Soros used Quantum Fund in 1992 to bet successfully that sterling was over-valued against the Deutsche Mark, forcing then-Prime Minister John Major to pull the pound out of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM). Soros, who was born in Hungary but made his way to London as Communists consolidated power in Budapest, said economic reality was starting to catch up with a United Kingdom that voted 52 to 48 percent to leave the European Union in a June 23 referendum. "The moment of truth is fast approaching," Soros said in an article emailed to reporters.
"The fact is that Brexit is a lose-lose proposition, harmful both to Britain and the European Union. It cannot…

Britain Firsts vile comments about Grenfell tower

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Grenfell residents to lose children if refuse housing

As the SKWAWKBOX covered at the weekend, in spite of promises to the contrary by Theresa May and the local council some residents of Grenfell Tower have been offered accommodation in Preston and even as far north as Northumberland – and threatened with being labelled ‘intentionally homeless’ if they refuse the offer.
Being judged ‘intentionally’ homeless would mean the withdrawal of support and the loss of a position on housing lists. But it has emerged that it can also mean losing custody of your children. Intentional homelessness when dependent children are involved usually results in the involvement of social services and, as a government document on intentional homelessness confirms, Social Services departments, frequently limit their response to ‘offering’ to take the children into care. The document goes on to elaborate that the government’s aim shouldbe to avoid families being split up as a consequence of homelessness through a mix of better prevention services and support packages a…

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