The Grenfell Tower fire in June 2017 shone a light on the social rift in both London and British society in general. The disadvantaged are staging protests. Anger at the unjust two-class society is strong.
London police have put the death toll at 79, warning that it is still likely to rise. London mayor Sadiq Khan called the Grenfell Tower disaster a "preventable accident" that was due in part to political neglect.
London police said it would take weeks to recover and identify all the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire. UK Prime Minister Theresa May has admitted support for families on the ground was not good enough.
Tests on external materials of other tower blocks in Britain conducted after the Grenfell Tower fire showed instances of combustible cladding. The aftermath of the fire has also forced a local administrator to resign.
This documentary tells the story of seven people striving for a better life - in countries where the top 0.1 percent own as much wealth as the bottom percent.
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