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Grenfell survivors have been ordered to sign non-disclosure agreements before they can view a long-awaited report into the tragedy.
Those who lost family and friends – and those who escaped the inferno which killed 72 – will meet Sir Martin Moore-Bick, chairman of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry, today.
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They will receive an embargoed copy of a report which will include never-before-seen details into the events that took place on the night of June 14, 2017.
The report, which will be made public on Wednesday, is expected to criticise the London Fire Brigade for a number of failings, including telling residents to ‘stay put’ for hours as the blaze tore through the 24-storey west London tower block.
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But the bereaved, survivors and residents will have to sign a gagging order before they can lay eyes on the report’s damning details.
Moyra Samuels, from the Justice for Grenfell campaign group, told...
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