Genuine Question :
Is THIS report in the Daily **** (I cannot bring myself to type its name) "Secret court jails father for sending son 21st birthday greeting on Facebook after he was gagged from naming him" (riddled as it is with obvious misstatements of the law in the real world and bound loosely together by hyperbolic nonsense)
connected in any way to the emergence this week of THIS new supplementary PD on Committals in Family Proceedings less than a month after the last one (relating to Family and CoP proceedings - see earlier post in which it also appeared there was a back story)??
h/t to @thesmallplaces who pointed out the news report, at which my mind duly boggled, but given the overall *cough* quality of the report I rather took it with a pinch of salt, assuming that it would be unlikely to have been reported in any event as it was County Court proceedings - although I note that on 13 May 2 judgments in unrelated County Court committal proceedings were published on BAILII: North Tyneside Council v Kornas  EW Misc 4 (CC) (13 May 2013) and North Tyneside Council v Kornas  EW Misc 5 (CC) (13 May 2013), so it does happen.
In the event that a judgment does appear on BAILII in the wake of this perhaps someone can post a comment to update?
I note from the PD that it is now expected that robes will be worn in all committals - perhaps I will get my six hundred quid's worth out of it after all (notwithstanding my obvious brilliance I don't spend all my time in the Court of Appeal you know). Invariably in my experience (admittedly not recent) you drag 'em along just incase, and endure 10 minutes of itchy forehead only to be told to take the fancy dress off as soon as the hearing begins.
PS The PD can also be found on BAILII here.