Case argued that ‘common knowledge’ information about child’s killer should be public

The father and uncle of the murdered toddler James Bulger have lost a legal challenge to overturn the lifelong anonymity protecting one of his killers, Jon Venables.

Ralph and Jimmy Bulger argued that information about Venables that they claimed was “common knowledge” should be made public. But on Wednesday the president of the high court’s family division, Sir Andrew McFarlane, ruled that the injunction granting anonymity should be maintained.

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