Three huge billboards have been sighted, demanding justice for the victims of last years deadly Grenfell Tower fire, driven by campaigners.

Group Justice 4 Grenfell hired the three vans with the words:

’71 dead. And still no arrests? How come?’

The banners were inspired by those that feature in the film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. The Metropolitan Police said that the investigation into the fire has been made, however, no arrests have been made. One of the organisers, Yvette Williams, said there was fear that the incident was ‘ebbing out of public consciousness’.

Wednesday this week marked eight months since the fire on 14th June, that claimed 71 lives and the homes of far more.

The three red and black billboards were paraded through London from 7 am on Thursday, passing the Houses of Parliament, London Bridge and St Paul’s Cathedral.

Ms Williams, who lives in West Kensington and co-founded the Justice 4 Grenfell group, said they were approached by a creative advertising agency. In the movie, it follows the story of a mother who pays for billboards to demand answers for her daughter’s unsolved murder.

Ms Williams said:

‘When I watched the film, one of the things that stood out for me was that it’s really important to keep an issue around justice in the public eye.’

The theme is certainly fitting, given how both ideas draw from being left in the dark or having something unresolved. Commissioner Cressida Dick previously said the force would do ‘whatever it takes’ to bring justice to those responsible.

The inquiry formally opened last year in September.

The second procedural hearing will take place in March on the 21st and 22nd.