Mon 20 April 2009, The Guardian

Little change for media in family courts

By Marcel Berlins
It all seemed so promising when Jack Straw announced in December that the government was going to open up the family courts to greater media - and therefore public - scrutiny. It was critical that the public had trust in the system, he said, and that required an understanding of how it worked.
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