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(1)The court may not prohibit or restrict the publication of information for the purposes of Condition 5 in section 13 unless subsection (2) or (3) applies (or both subsections apply).
(2)This subsection applies if the court is satisfied that in the absence of the prohibition or restriction there is a real risk that the publication would prejudice—
(a)the safety of any person,
(b)the welfare of a child or vulnerable adult, or
(c)the interests of justice in the proceedings in question.
(3)This subsection applies if the information is identification information relating to a professional witness in the proceedings and—
(a)the information is also identification information relating to—
(i)another individual involved in the proceedings (other than a professional witness in the proceedings), or
(ii)an individual otherwise connected with the proceedings,
(b)the information is also sensitive personal information relating to the proceedings, or
(c)the court is satisfied that the professional witness is, has been or will be involved in the care or treatment of an individual involved in, or otherwise connected with, the proceedings, otherwise than for the purpose of being a professional witness in the proceedings.
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