'What’s worse – the group who built and burned an effigy of Grenfell Tower with windows depicting Muslims and black people, or the Prime Minister who forced investigators into the cause of the real Grenfell Tower blaze to sign an agreement not to do anything to make her look bad?
Okay, sorry – trick question.
It’s quite clearly Theresa May.
Sure, the creation of a model of the destroyed tower block, and its burning-in-effigy by racists was abhorrent.
But Mrs May imposed a non-disclosure agreement on engineering company WSP, indicating that she had at least one guilty secret that she did not want to fall into public hands.
You see, you don’t gag companies from saying anything to criticise or embarrass you unless you know they might find something that will make them want to.
And when the gagged company is investigating a tragedy that caused the deaths of 72 people (according to official records), any such embarrassment or criticism may have an extremely serious – by which I mean criminal – dimension.
According to The Times, “Experts hired by the government to test cladding 12 days after the Grenfell Tower fire were banned from criticising Theresa May or doing anything to embarrass her.
“The engineering company WSP agreed to the terms when it was appointed to analyse the safety of government buildings in the days after the disaster.
“WSP’s contract stated that it must not create “adverse publicity” about the Cabinet Office or other Crown bodies, a group of organisations that includes the prime minister’s office.
“The agreement was made while Mrs May faced criticism for her response to the death of 72 people in the fire.”'
Read more: Theresa May forced Grenfell investigators to lie about the cause of the fire – so she wouldn’t look bad
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