(1) Except as provided by this section no publication shall include a report of—
(a) anything done under section 58, 59, 62, 63 or 64,
(b) an appeal under this Part,
(c) an appeal under Part 2 of the 1968 Act in relation to an appeal under this Part, or
(d) an application for leave to appeal in relation to an appeal mentioned in paragraph (b) or (c).
(2) The judge may order that subsection (1) is not to apply, or is not to apply to a specified extent, to a report of—
(a) anything done under section 58, 59, 62, 63 or 64, or
(b) an application to the judge for leave to appeal to the Court of Appeal under this Part.
(3) The Court of Appeal may order that subsection (1) is not to apply, or is not to apply to a specified extent, to a report of—
(a) an appeal to the Court of Appeal under this Part,
(b) an application to that Court for leave to appeal to it under this Part, or
(c) an application to that Court for leave to appeal to the [Supreme Court] under Part 2 of the 1968 Act.
(4) The [Supreme Court] may order that subsection (1) is not to
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