Order made by court is “convoluted, difficult to understand and unlawful” – lawyer
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News agency hack battles barristers to lift reporting restriction
Teenage flasher remains anonymous; Argus video sparks investigation and more news in brief
Brighton Argus court reporter helped persuade a judge to lift an anonymity order
Children and Young Persons Act order allows adult to remain anonymous
Canoe man story was every editor’s dream – but did the coverage go to far?
Reporters were able to report vital details from a murder trial after restrictions were challenged
Two European rulings support the protection of journalistic sources
Judge agrees to lift ban on identifying 13-year-old who molested a grandmother
Fines imposed in relation to a report on court proceedings involving a brothel
Crawley News man fined £1,000 over picture showing teen with eyes and nose blacked out
Journalist argues publicity would give minimal risk of adverse impact on the child involved
Crunch meeting on Thursday to decide the way forward
Crime reporter passed a note to the bench to spark successful bid to name defendant
Reassuring ruling gave unambiguous guidance to libel judges