Court gagging orders should not be a 'matter of routine'

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Too many magistrates and judges impose gagging orders without consulting the press, High Court judge Lord Justice Thomas has said.

His comments came as the Daily Mail succeeded in overturning a gagging order preventing it from naming Lincoln Crawford, a barrister whose conviction for harassing his ex-wife and her new partner was kept secret.

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