She was forced to answer questions over why the Prime Minister hadn't met survivors during her earlier visit. The media was not allowed to report on the premier's visit, but people were heard booing and heckling in footage of May's arrival. "She was sh*t", a distraught resident was reported telling Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn during his visit on Thursday.
The Queen was returning to her vehicle after visiting Westway Sports Centre, where several people are staying until accommodation is found, when a man started angrily shouting at her.
Prince William, who accompanied the Queen on the visit, waved at the public assuring the man the royals would return.
May visited the Grenfell Tower site in west London and spoke with firefighters and other emergency services personnel overnight.
"It's disgusting. She should maybe come down and help out", Dee Baxter told the Standard.
Khan faced the angry crowd while surrounded by a police guard and the media.
"How many children have died?". "What are you going to do about it?" a young boy asked Khan.
"I don't think it's appropriate to be talking about whether people have humanity or not", Ms Leadsom said, saying that a feeling of shock and sympathy had pervaded the whole parliament. "It's all very well putting our arms around people during the crisis but homelessness is rising the housing crisis getting worse, and my point was quite a simple one, in an emergency you have to bring all assets to the table in order to deal with that crisis and that is what I think we should be doing in this case".
Nadir, who is a member of the local mosque, made headlines when he joined a live interview with Leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom on Friday.
People gather outside Kensington Town Hall on June 16, 2017, to demand justice for those affected by the fire that gutted Grenfell Tower, a residential tower block in west London on June 14.
"This fire could have been stopped a long, long time ago ..." What has changed since then?
"I mean, it's too late to be honest, right now".
"I grew up in a similar council estate in South London and this could have easily been my family, my friends, and my community", he said. "Because of people saving money, people are dying".