Here a New Zealand paper is waking up to the use and mis-use of ‘injunctions’.
Fortunately, the last point is
* And hundreds of anonymity orders preventing the media from doing anything that would lead to the identification of children whose parents or carers are accused of murder, child abuse or other crimes.
- Calls for privacy test case to be heard at Supreme Court (victims-unite.net)
- Lord Wakeham: law must be changed to stop judges handing out gagging orders (telegraph.co.uk)
- Sir Fred Goodwin super-injunction: Former RBS boss ‘used gagging order to hide alleged affair with a senior colleague’ (mirror.co.uk)
- Nitwit hits Twitter with writ (thesun.co.uk)