The Guardian has just published a list of the injunctions and superinjunctions that have been taken out in the past five years. Of course, many of these are well known anyway, as the newspapers would not exactly hold back in publishing these kinds of details.
Of the 42 listed, the majority are to do with sex scandals, it seems half of the Premier League, a few chief executives, a whole host of “well-known persons” and of course Andrew Marr have been busy behind closed doors. There was one based on a subject other than sex, this time Ben Collins in revealing himself to be The Stig on Top Gear.
Glancing through the names did not offer as major surprises as I had anticipated and as such it leads to the question of what is really the point? It seems that injunctions, no matter how super they are, are just too difficult to keep out of the public eye for long.