The Court of Appeal of England and Wales has rejected an appeal by nine claimants, who were injured when a man broke into the hotel they were staying in, against a High Court decision that the hotel was not responsible in law for their injuries.
England and Wales Court of Appeal 24 December 2020
The Court of Appeal of England and Wales has rejected a challenge to the equalisation of the state pension age for men and women by two women who had their pension age increased to 66 as a result of legislative changes made between 1995 and 2011.
England and Wales Court of Appeal 29 October 2020
A Nigerian citizen with no right to remain in the UK who was ordered to be deported following the end of a prison sentence has successfully appealed a decision of the Upper Tribunal that his deportation would not disproportionately interfere with the ECHR rights of his family.
England and Wales Court of Appeal 22 October 2020
The English Court of Appeal has refused an appeal of a decision to grant planning permission for a primary school near a United States Air Force base in the Lakenheath area.
England and Wales Court of Appeal 16 September 2020
A father whose application under the 1980 Hague Child Abduction Convention was dismissed because the child’s habitual residence was held not to be in France has succeeded in appealing the decision in the English courts.
England and Wales Court of Appeal 15 September 2020
A mother who was found by the English High Court of Justice to have wrongfully retained her children in England after moving from Germany with them has successfully appealed the decision in the Court of Appeal (Civil Division).
England and Wales Court of Appeal 2 September 2020
English Court of Appeal rules automated facial recognition technology an interference with ECHR rights
A civil liberties campaigner who appealed a decision of the Divisional Court that the use of automated facial recognition (AFR) technology by the South Wales Police Force was compatible with Article 8 of the ECHR has succeeded in respect of three of the five appeal grounds.
England and Wales Court of Appeal 12 August 2020
The Court of Appeal (Civil Division) has remitted care proceedings in respect of a baby whose brother died to the Family Division after finding that the original judge may have expressed bias against one of the parties when she made a number of pejorative comments to her clerk about the appellant including that she had tried “every trick in the book” to avoid having to answer difficult questions.
England and Wales Court of Appeal 30 July 2020
Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs has successfully appealed a decision of the Tax and Chancery Chamber of the Upper Tribunal in which it held that certain modified company vehicles were to be taxed as vans and not cars.
England and Wales Court of Appeal 23 July 2020
A Polish national who made a return order for his young child under the 1980 Hague Child Abduction Convention has had his application remitted for rehearing following an appeal by the child’s mother.
England and Wales Court of Appeal 21 July 2020
Controversial plans for a third runway at Heathrow Airport have been thrown into doubt following a successful legal challenge by environmental campaigners.
England and Wales Court of Appeal 28 February 2020
An in-house lawyer who sued his former employer for disability discrimination and victimisation cannot rely on a leaked email or a conversation he overheard in a pub to support his employment tribunal claim, appeal judges have ruled.
England and Wales Court of Appeal 29 October 2019
A legal challenge against a decision by the statutory body responsible for overseeing elections and referendums in the United Kingdom not to open an investigation into the spending by the official Vote Leave campaign in connection with the Brexit vote has been dismissed following an appeal.
England and Wales Court of Appeal 23 September 2019
Members of a Christian pro-life campaign group have had a legal challenge against a local authority’s decision to impose a “safe zone” banning protests around an abortion clinic dismissed.
England and Wales Court of Appeal 22 August 2019
A part-time judge who claimed that his pension should be calculated on the basis of his sitting days since he was appointed rather than the date on which an EU law protecting part-time-time workers from being treated less favourably than equivalent full-time workers came into force in the UK has had an appeal refused.
England and Wales Court of Appeal 7 October 2015