A top judge who has been compiling a report over the recent super-injunctions taken out by top celebrities and business people has enforced a media black out on his findings because he has taken out a super-injunction on his work.
At this point we would've hopefully been reporting on the Judges recommendations from the report and the possibilty of whether the media in general would be allowed access to court proceedings of an individual case. Unfortunatley we can't because the Judge took out an injunction yesterday morning to protect his own work including this precious report. Needless to say no media outlet was allowed at his hearing which may in turn give a clue to his findings, or not as the case maybe.
The Judge in question, Lord Neuberger has even asked for a recent report he'd made on dog fouling in Hyde Park to be returned so it would remain secret. This not only shows Lord Neuberger's determination in seeking anonymity for his work but it also leaves dog owners unaware of new rules and possible fines for not clearing up after Rover after his morning constitutional in Londons most famous park.
Lord Neuberger did concede some information when he told us that he had written it on A4 paper using a biro with blue ink.