Some victims of the Grenfell Tower disaster have been temporarily housed far from home and are living on just £10 a day, the MP for Kensington has claimed.
Emma Dent Coad said she had been told of families struggling on tiny daily payments as she called for more to be done help them in a letter to Home Secretary Amber Rudd.
I have been told that some people who have lost their homes have been sent out of borough and are being given only £10 per day subsistence.
If this is accurate it must be addressed without delay.
Ms Coad said support should be available round the clock and called for assurances that those who lost their homes would be re-housed nearby so they could remain close to their schools, jobs and support networks.
She spoke out after Theresa May admitted that not enough had been done to help families caught up the tragedy and promised more support.
The latest victim of the Grenfell Tower fire to be named is eight-year-old Mehdi El-Wahabi.
Buildings at three NHS trusts have failed urgent fire safety tests in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster, according to NHS Improvement.
The communities secretary said he was ready to act if the local authority failed to provide properly for those caught up in the disaster.