The Law Gazette – 12 November 2013
Comment and criticism may be ill-informed and biased, but fear of such criticism, however justified that fear may be, and however unjustified the criticism, is, however, not of itself a justification for prior restraint by the family court, even if the criticism is expressed in vigorous, trenchant or outspoken terms.
Family Law Gazette, 12 November 2013
TRANSPARENCY IN THE FAMILY COURTS:
MORE SPEECH, NOT ENFORCED SILENCE
As the Strasbourg court has repeatedly said, ‘journalistic freedom also covers possible recourse to a degree of exaggeration, or even provocation.