As Suesspicious Minds reports, there is another scandal story on the Telegraph by Booker. It appears to resemble this case on Bailli: LB Barnet v M1  EWCC 5 Fam, but it is impossible to be sure, although this report seems to make it more likely to be the same case : Deported, Imprisoned and Beaten for being a parent (I note in passing at the bottom of that article the apology for what appears to have been significantly inaccurate reporting of a "secret" event at which Mr Booker appears not to have been present, which one might think would have chastened Mr Booker to the risks of relying on potentially biased or unreliable sources). This week's report in the Telegraph relates to a further phase of proceedings - a JR - and there is no judgment of that available. As Suesspicious Minds says, we await that judgment. But if this is the M1 case it is very concerning, and not only because of the vast chasm between the account of that case in the judgment of HHJ Mayer and Booker's reports of it, but also because of the advice that appears to have been given to a vulnerable litigant. I expect that the judgment will be made available in due course because it appears on the face of the reporting to have significant implications for McKenzie friends, or possibly for those granted rights of audience or perhaps who have been conducting litigation.