James Munby has said that all judgements in the family courts will no be made public. Why hasn’t Munby allowed past judgements to be made public? He has gone some way to putting in safeguards for future cases, what about the cases already heard where children have been removed. Where is the recourse for those parents? If future are now to be published, then what is the rationale behind not allowing past judgements being published. We don’t see the difference.
Should we be campaigning for past judgements to be made public?