Reading todayâs news made me think of one or two things. First, a Pakistan court has ruled that Molly Campbell (note, not Misbah or whatever name sheâd adopted) should be returned to the UK. Fair enough I suppose, she was only 12 when she was taken out of the UK and away from her legally-appointed guardian, i.e. her mother, who is apparently a perfectly fit parent and doesnât deserve to lose her daughter. No argument there. Yet why are some news sources such as the BBC text calling her Misbah when itâs only a name that an obviously fixated 12 year old has chosen to adopt (albeit perhaps with some help from others), rather than her legal name? After all, if we look back at that man Barry George (the one who was convicted of killing Jill Dando) heâd actually changed his name to Bolsara, Freddy Mercuryâs birth surname, quite legally and above board well before Ms Dandoâs sad demise. Therefore why should the press be allowed to strip him of a perfectly legal name change whilst allowing this child to call herself whatever she wants? Just a thought.