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Carol, I'm at a loss to see what issue you have. Why would it be in the child's interest to be named in the proceedings? Surely all that matters is the child and ensuring what is best for him/her.
Can you explain why you think using the child's real name in proceedings would have changed the outcome?
I don't understand the link between medical records and the child's name not being used on Court Orders. It has been explained to you why the child is not named in Court Orders. It makes no difference to the outcome at all.
As I explained in the last comment below yours, I assume the Magistrates case was against the mother not the child. If it had been against the child the child's real name would not have been used.
My head is starting to hurt from hitting it against this brick wall.
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