Sir Andrew McFarlane has proposed reform be made to transparency within the family justice system. He has proposed that the media should be permitted to report on court hearings more fully, creating greater transparency and confidence in the justice system. The current statutory reporting restrictions found within Section 12 of the Administration of Justice Act 1960 prevent reporting of most cases within the family court without the consent of the judge. Sir Andrew McFarlane recommends that at least 10% of judgments per year be published, which would represent a significant increase from the current output. He also calls for more communication with journalists from judges and parties about their cases. However this should not be at the expense of the interests of children involved, the rules surrounding anonymity in Children Act cases will remain in place.