I shared this article to my Facebook Timeline and because I don't have many architect friends and it's a national disaster that people care about I included the text of the article in my post. I then received a Facebook private messenger message from the Managing Editor, Will Hurst telling me: "Dear Louise, you ate infringing AJ copyright by posting up our news feature on Facebook. Please remove it immediately."
Now, I think that could have been worded better given the scale and human cost of the Grenfell Tower fire. Really, IJ. Maybe check your priorities. I've taken your copy out of my timeline. Which was only shared a total of 2 x and liked 6 x. Has corporate greed gone to your head?