The Daily Star Sunday has compiled an A to Z list of 50 super-injunctions which it claims is the most comprehensive ever published.
The rest, although sometimes dubbed super-injunctions, are anonymous injunctions. Nine footballers, nine actors, four pop stars, six wealthy businessmen and women, a senior civil servant and an MP have won the restrictions to stop their secrets reaching you.
The Daily Telegraph has also been carrying out an investigation into super-injunctions.
The Telegraph’s audit found:
• Nine footballers, nine actors, four pop stars, six wealthy businessmen and women, a senior civil servant and an MP have obtained injunctions;
• Just three High Court judges have granted more than a third of the injunctions between them;
• Schillings, the media law firm, has obtained more than 20 of the orders and been paid an estimated £2 million;
• One super-injunction is so binding that even the name of the judge has been kept secret. He can be referred to only as Mr Justice [xxxx].