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Kindertotenlieder and the limits of transparency

Mahler’s Kindertotenlieder was on Radio 3 as I drove across London a week or so ago.  It’s music I’ve always found nearly unbearable to listen to, because it’s about the death of children. The poems Mahler set to music were written by the 19th century German poet...

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Family Court Reporting Watch Roundup

Correcting, clarifying or commenting on media reports of family court cases Explaining or commenting on published Judgments of family court cases Highlighting other transparency news MEDIA (MIS)REPORTS OF FAMILY COURT CASES Wonder of mobile internet means I can deal...

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Re W (Wonder of mobile internet)

A curious article appeared in the Telegraph this week, headlined : Wonder of mobile internet means I can deal with cases on the move, top family court judge says It details the fact that Top Judges have opposable thumbs and are able to operate an iphone, just like...

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