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London landmarks turned green overnight to mark the one year anniversary since the Grenfell Tower disaster as bereft families marched silently and tearfully through the streets to remember the 72 people who died. The block of flats was the scene of the worst fire in Britain for a generation and last night was lit up and wrapped with a giant banner saying: 'Grenfell forever in our hearts'. Thirteen sites across London including Downing Street and Kensington Palace glowed green in a show of solidarity across capital's skyline. The poignant tribute followed a number of memorial events held in North Kensington to remember the lives of all those killed in the fire a year ago today. Hundreds of people took part in a silent march through the borough shortly after midnight, with tears streaming down the faces of mourners clutching photographs of their loved ones.

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