Posted: May 13, 2015 1:48 am
by tolman
It's quite common for the identity of children to be protected in UK legal cases when there's no obvious benefit to them to be identified.

After all, family court cases are typically supposed to be about the best interests of the child.

The restrictions mentioned in the BBC report were reporting restrictions, regarding what can be published by anyone - whether mother, father, friends, relatives, random people like me, or a regular media outlet.