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Experts hired to test cladding after Grenfell was bound by a gagging order not to criticise Theresa May, an investigation has found.

An engineering company tasked with testing cladding on government buildings 12 days after the Grenfell fire were banned from criticising the Prime Minister.

Workers for WSP were forced to sign non disclosure agreements before carrying out the work.

The clauses, which were part of a £100,000 contract, said the company should not “in any way be connected to material adverse publicity” or  “embarrass”  the Cabinet Office, the Times has revealed.

The newspaper previously reported the Government’s use of NDAs on 40 charities and more than 300 companies from criticising...

Experts hired to test cladding after Grenfell was bound by a gagging order not to criticise Theresa May, an investigation has found.

An engineering company tasked with testing cladding on government buildings 12 days after the Grenfell fire were banned from criticising the Prime Minister.

Workers for WSP were forced to sign non disclosure agreements before carrying out the work.

The clauses, which were part of a £100,000 contract, said the company should not “in any way be connected to material adverse publicity” or  “embarrass”  the Cabinet Office, the Times has revealed.

The newspaper previously reported the Government’s use of NDAs on 40 charities and more than 300 companies from criticising...

Experts hired to test cladding after Grenfell was bound by a gagging order not to criticise Theresa May, an investigation has found.

An engineering company tasked with testing cladding on government buildings 12 days after the Grenfell fire were banned from criticising the Prime Minister.

Workers for WSP were forced to sign non disclosure agreements before carrying out the work.

The clauses, which were part of a £100,000 contract, said the company should not “in any way be connected to material adverse publicity” or  “embarrass”  the Cabinet Office, the Times has revealed.

The newspaper previously reported the Government’s use of NDAs on 40 charities and more than 300 companies from criticising...

Experts hired to test cladding after Grenfell was bound by a gagging order not to criticise Theresa May, an investigation has found.

An engineering company tasked with testing cladding on government buildings 12 days after the Grenfell fire were banned from criticising the Prime Minister.

Workers for WSP were forced to sign non disclosure agreements before carrying out the work.

The clauses, which were part of a £100,000 contract, said the company should not “in any way be connected to material adverse publicity” or  “embarrass”  the Cabinet Office, the Times has revealed.

The newspaper previously reported the Government’s use of NDAs on 40 charities and more than 300 companies from criticising...