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Norfolk County Council v Webster

31st Aug 2008 | in Case Law

The birth parents applied to have media attendance at the care proceedings for their fourth child as they claim that serious miscarriages had occurred with the adoption of their previous children and that reporting the issue would help to prevent further injustice. In his judgment, Munby J reviews all the key authorities covering the reporting of family proceedings and concludes that the proceedings should be opened to selected media representatives. The Order concluding the judgment shows how this has been achieved.

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