Frustration and fury boil over in London as prime minister is heckled visiting fire victims

Emergency workers wheel away a body from the fire-gutted Grenfell Tower in London on June 16. (Rick Findler/AP)

Fury and frustration with the government’s handling of a fire in a public housing high-rise that claimed at least 30 lives boiled over Friday, with protesters storming the local council office and berating Prime Minister Theresa May when she visited near the scene of the blaze. 

“Shame on you!” people shouted at May as she rushed into a waiting SUV and was quickly driven away, with police struggling to hold back dozens of angry demonstrators. 

Earlier, members of an impromptu protest had pushed their way past security and into the council building of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea — the super-posh neighborhood of London where the Grenfell Tower, once home to 600 people, burned through the night Wednesday. 

Many of the protesters held aloft posters bearing the faces of the missing and chanted “We want justice!” They left the building soon after entering. But hundreds of people remained outside, demonstrating into the evening.

The fast-rising tensions came amid new revelations about potential cost-cutting in the refurbishment of the tower, which may have contributed to the astonishing speed with which it burned. 

It also came as police acknowledged that they do not

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