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Case Law: Tickle v North Tyneside, Judge allows publication of article about children in care – Rosalind English

anonymous-femaleBefore the court in the case of Tickle v Council of the Borough of North Tyneside and others ([2015] EWHC 2991 (Fam)) were cross applications by a journalist and the local authority regarding care proceedings which the former wished to report. The individual in question was a mother (representing herself in these proceedings) who had had a number of children taken into care in the past. Continue reading

Case Law: Re J (A Child), Limiting the scope of injunctions in family cases – Hugh Tomlinson QC

MUNBY_2629027bIn the case of Re J (A Child) ([2013] EWHC 2694 (Fam), the President of the Family Division, Sir James Munby, considered an application for a contra mundum injunction by Staffordshire County Council.  He emphasised that the only proper purpose of such an injunction was to protect the child and refused to make an order in the wide terms sought by the Council.  As a result, he allowed the publication of video footage and photographs of a baby being removed from its parents. Continue reading

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