Cladding flat owners told not to talk to press

The agreement, between the building owner or leaseholder and the government, says: “The Applicant shall not make any communication to the press or any journalist or broadcaster regarding the Project or the Agreement (or the performance of it by any Party) without the prior written approval of Homes England and [the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government ]” and its press offices.

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