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Yeah I read the article and realised they had to. But shouldn't it have then applied when they were looking for her also? I mean it is completely stupid to plaster her photo all over the papers when they ran off, and now the court case is coming up they can't name her! People know who she is.
So, she has broken the court order by naming the girl who (allegedly willingly) ran away to France with Jeremy Forrest. She could be fined £5,000.
My question is about whether these court orders are retroactive? In other words, you can still google stories from the press in the run-up to the apprehension of Jeremy Forrest, which name the girl. Should they have been edited to remove her name? If not, doesn't it make the court order a bit ineffective?