6 Aug 2019
The Inquiry is a public Inquiry, and the Inquiry team will put all public evidence and information about the Inquiry’s work on its website.
During the hearings, the Inquiry will publish daily transcripts of the hearings and any documents referred to that day, subject to any restriction orders. Lists of witnesses due to appear at the Inquiry will be posted on the website in advance of each hearing.
The Chairman wants to create the optimal conditions for getting to the truth by hearing evidence in full from all sides. In his statement of 19 December 2018, he set out his views on why live-streaming of the evidence for certain witnesses would be incompatible with protecting their rights and interests and may infringe restriction order made. Further options will be considered.
The Inquiry will ensure that there is sufficient public and media access in place for the hearings.