london - The political leader of the London suburb of Kensington and Chelsea steps up. Nicholas Paget-Brown had been fiercely criticized in the aftermath of the fatal fire in the Grenfell Tower. He acknowledged Friday that his position had become maintainable.
'I must accept my share of responsibility for these alleged errors,' Paget-Brown said in a statement to the media. He received severe criticism on Thursday after he had suspended a council meeting because journalists were present. According to the BBC, the driver got a tap on the government's fingers.
Also, Mayor Sadiq Khan of London, according to the BBC, was shocked at stopping the meeting. He called on the entire sub-council to resign. Earlier, a senior officer in local government, Nicholas Holgate, has already been subjected to great pressure. In the fire this month, dozens of people came to life.