'Three Billboards' protest calls for justice for Grenfell Tower victims
It’s a powerful reminder of the tragedy (Picture: PA)

Grenfell Tower campaigners have borrowed a famous scene from a Hollywood film to urge the public and authorities not to forget the tragedy.

Three billboards with the words ’71 dead’, ‘and still no arrests?’ and ‘how come?’ printed on the signs have made their way around London on Thursday.

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The powerful protest echoes Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

In the film, a woman creates a similar message on three billboards outside her home in a bid to force the police to investigate the murder of her daughter.

Activists calling for justice for victims and survivors of the tower block blaze mounted their billboards on the back of lorries.

'Three Billboards' protest calls for justice for Grenfell Tower victims
The protest made its way past St Paul’s Cathedral (Picture: PA)
'Three Billboards' protest calls for justice for Grenfell Tower victims
A small gathering was held by the tower in west London (Picture: PA)

They were spotted in Parliament Square and by St Paul’s Cathedral, but came to a stop outside the tower in Kensington, where a community gathering was held.

Justice4Grenfell spokesperson Yvette Williams told those in attendance: ‘The film that we are using as inspiration, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, highlights the power of advertising to bring about justice.

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‘We wanted to harness this power to remind people how little has been done since the tragic event shook this community, and the country, just over eight months ago.’

The campaign group argues that neither the victims or survivors of the blaze have received justice, and they are not being represented in an inquiry.

It added: ‘Our voices call for change to a system that kills.’