Well, We Know It’s Not A Bug…

…the jury’s still out on whether it’s a feature or just a fortunate byproduct, though:

Liberal Democrat MP John Hemming, who campaigns for open justice in the family courts, said that the injunction could prevent wrongdoing by public bodies from coming to light.

‘The strict injunctions that sometimes apply in family court proceedings often act to protect public officials from allegations that they have not done their job properly rather than protecting a child,’ he said.

‘In this case, anonymity for the family may be reasonable – but why can we not know any more? A lot of these injunctions just protect people who receive a salary from being questioned.’

Indeed. How very fortuitous…

3 comments for “Well, We Know It’s Not A Bug…

  1. October 26, 2014 at 12:53 pm

    Never really known where to stand on this one.

  2. ivan
    October 26, 2014 at 4:36 pm

    It is a feature to cover the arses of the SS and Common Purpose incompetents in public office.

    It would appear that association with CP is the new mason network in the UK.

  3. October 26, 2014 at 9:58 pm

    Someone important is involved, that’s for sure. Like the Barclays’ banker being done for fraud but remaining anonymous, and the man prevented from publishing his abuse memoirs on the pretext that his son might read them. Or more likely perhaps, we all might?

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