£90,000?Bosses at the council responsible for Grenfell Tower received bonuses totalling more than £90,000 in the year after the fire, it has emerged.
It was also revealed housing staff at the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea had bonuses totalling £131,800.
A survivors' group called the payments "abhorrent" since some households still do not have permanent homes.
RBKC said bonuses were based on an employee's "individual performance" and the scheme was under "full review".
The council also said: "No-one got a bonus specifically for helping respond to the fire."
Yonatan Eyob was a drug dealer who claimed to have been staying with a friend in flat 182 in Grenfell Tower on the night of the fire. The flat was home to five members of the El-Wahabi family, all of whom died.
Eyob, 26, was given £15,918.20 on pre-paid cards, £60,945 in hotel accommodation (at the Holland Park Hilton between July 2017 and June this year) and £9,968.36 for laundry and parking - a total of just over £86,831.
Talking about the Beeb if it does not rain, it pours springs to mind w.r.t the continue suffering of local folk especially the kids.BBC's getting desperate for material to use to further its liberal agenda.
That's barely more than ONE Grenfell fraudster obtained.
No. Not even after a year in the desert, with both my hands unable to grip my member for a quick tug, my eyes blinded by the sun, testosterone running rampant through my veins would I be able to summon enough blood to my nethers.Er, well, there's always the option of the style known as doggy. If you're into that kind of thing.
A conman who pocketed £47,000 meant for Grenfell Tower survivors and claimed he was an undercover government researcher has been jailed.
Moses Ettiene, 49, gave a flat number which did not exist to claim support after the devastating fire, then said he could not disclose the real address because of his "top secret" work.
It's just a pity that the BBC does not put news items in the news programmes instead of relying on "chat" shows and spurious items. I assume someone at the BBC gets paid a lot of money for scrabbling around to find information which might just involve authorities of one sort or another and fill the odd five - ten minute slot.
The various Grenfell protest groups will be keeping a close eye on this sort of thing. After all when they come out of prison they will need help with funds, housing, and sustenance, won't they?
I'm sure they will all seek gainful employment to provide them with "funds, housing, and sustenance"The various Grenfell protest groups will be keeping a close eye on this sort of thing. After all when they come out of prison they will need help with funds, housing, and sustenance, won't they?