Court of Protection – Practice. The Court of Protection continued an injunction, prohibiting the identification of C, until 4:30 on the day that judgment was handed down on the basis that the media respondents wished to adduce further evidence and make further representations. The respondents would have a sensible opportunity to be satisfied that what they had put before the court was the full picture concerning their arguments about the public interest in identification, in particular, the public interest in the administration of justice.