Moyra Samuels, part of the Justice for Grenfell campaign group, said “you never know if families would be prosecuted for discussing the report before it was released on Wednesday.
They can’t discuss the contents of the report with the media. I can’t see how they’re going to prosecute them but you never know.
I think they’re meant to all sign a non-disclosure agreement.
“I think they’ll be expected to because the way that it is going to go is [Sir Martin] Moore-Bick is going to go through key headlines within the report and then as they leave they have to sign the non-disclosure and they’ll be given the physical copy.”
The Grenfell Tower Inquiry said: “The Report is being provided under embargo tomorrow to all core participants in line with Rule 17 of the Inquiry Rules 2006.
“All core participants … will need to sign an NDA, as the report will not be made public until Wednesday.”
LFB Commissioner Dany Cotton said she “would not change anything the service did on the night of the tragedy…it was like a space shuttle landing in front of the Shard…or 9/11”.