On another thread on this Forum you have removed posts which mentioned and linked to a High Court judgement on a Judicial Review brought by an individual governor against his governing body. This was apparently because the judgement identified the name of the school and the name of some individual governors, as you would expect it to as they were parties to the action. Apparently this was done because it breached the part of the TES Code of Conduct that prohibits anyone posting: "References to individual schools, colleges or agencies - or their staff - whether by name, or identifiable by a pseudonym or any other means" Please can you you clarify the scope of this part of your Code? I find it extraordinary that you you have applied it to a matter of public record, and matters don't get much more public record than a published High Court judgement. Its also a judgement that is highly relevant to governors. If you are going to apply the Code literally please can you confirm whether I am allowed to post these comments: "David Cameron, the Prime Minister, went to school at Eton College." "Sir Michael Wilshaw is the head of Ofsted" "Sir Micahel Wilsahw used to be the headteacher of Mossbourne Academy" I note that TES publishes references to "to individual schools, colleges or agencies [and] their staff ...by name" in TES Magazine every week! Thank you.