In 2006 when questions were put to Harriet Harman on the number of people jailed in 2005 in secret in the Family courts, the answer was 200.
Justice Munby’s guidelines in that people should not be jailed without a fair and public trial are being ignored.
Absolute power corrupts absolutely. Absolutely secrecy gives sustenance to absolute power.
Many shocking cases are anonymously presented in an excellent article in the Telegraph by Christopher Booker.
Actually, this is not a surprise to anyone who has had first hand experience of the family courts.