Prime Minister Theresa May has visited survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire in hospital, as supporters defended her against claims she was failing to engage with those affected by the tragedy.
May spent almost an hour speaking to patients and staff at London's Chelsea and Westminster Hospital on Friday, a day after visiting the scene of the blaze in west London to talk to firefighters, police and other emergency workers.
Cabinet minister Andrea Leadsom was confronted by an angry local man at a community centre near the site of the disaster, as she rejected allegations that the PM had shown a lack of "humanity" in her response.
Local people have contrasted the style of May's private visit with those of London Mayor Sadiq Khan and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who was seen with his arm round the shoulders of people affected by the disaster.
Also on Friday, the Queen and the Duke of Cambridge met volunteers, local residents and community representatives while visiting Westway Sports Centre, near the charred remains of the tower block in north Kensington.
Conservative former cabinet minister Michael Portillo said May should have been prepared to face residents' anger.
He told BBC's This Week: "She should have been there with the residents, which is what Jeremy Corbyn was. She wanted an entirely controlled situation in which she didn't use her humanity.
"The Prime Minister would have been shouted at by the residents, but she should have been willing to take that."