Exclusive: First legal bills, disclosed at Guardian request, are fraction of final costs

Public bodies have already spent close to £10m on lawyers for the Grenfell Tower inquiry, and the final bill is expected to be many times higher when all the initial costs are added up.

The first legal bills, which were disclosed in response to freedom of information requests by the Guardian, represent only a fraction of what could become one of the most expensive public inquiries in British history.

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