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Dave Brown for the Independent

The fallout from the Grenfell Tower tragedy has been a mix of raw emotion, anger and community spirit.

Whilst there is a sombre feeling in the air in London the overwhelming resilience that the public have shown indicates that hope will persevere despite a lingering sense of injustice and inequality.

At times like this cartoonists have a unique ability to capture moments with their talent and they haven't disappointed.

On Friday, The Queen and Prince William visited the victims and paid tribute to the community in North Kensington for their incredible work since the tragedy occurred.

In contrast Theresa May has been harshly criticised for only making a brief appearance at the site, initially not meeting any victims and only talking to fire fighters.

Peter Brookes of The Times offered a brutal assessment of The Queen and Mrs May's contrasting visits.

It has been hard not to make the issue too political, and many feel the Conservatives should hold a brunt of the responsibility due to their hard line approach to austerity and health and safety.

At least 30 people have died in the blaze with the total expected to rise. The uncertainty surrounding the event and its aftermath was captured by Christian Adams in his simple but powerful illustration.

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