The final report from the Bloody Sunday inquiry will not be ready until next year.
Soldiers shot 14 people dead in Derry on Bloody Sunday
Lord Saville has told the victims' families that he needs more time to complete his findings and have the report printed.
However, families of the 14 people killed will be told in advance when the report is ready to be given to the Secretary of State.
The inquiry has been the longest - and most costly - in British legal history.