Sir Nicholas Wall President Family Division and the Secrecy Rules


Sir Nicholas Wall President Family Division attacks the Secrecy Rules and then decides to break them himself.  Using a bottle of vinegar.

Lord Justice Wall

Lord Justice Wall, head of the Family Courts division Photo: UPPA

The most senior judge in the Family Division, Lord Justice Wall, takes an unprecedented step.

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Judge Wall, the secrecy rules, and another stinging attack.  The most senior judge in the Family Division, Lord Justice Wall, takes an unprecedented step.

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  Booker’s dogged determination to shine the light of day into the families court system seemed to take a knock last week, when The Mirror and then the Daily Mail (amongst others) pitched into the Vicky Haigh case

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