A (Appellant) v Hoare (Respondent), C (FC) (Appellant) v Middlesbrough Council (Respondents), X (FC) and another (FC) (Appellants) v London Borough of Wandsworth (Respondents) (Conjoined Appeals), H (FC) (Appellant v Suffolk County Council (Respondents),Young (FC) (Appellant) v Catholic Care (Diocese of Leeds) and others (Respondents)  UKHL 6 (30 January 2008)
House of Lords
“A claim for damages for personal injuries caused by a sexual assault had a limitation period of three years from the date when the victim first considered the injury sufficiently serious to justify proceedings but judges could extend that period if thought equitable.”
The Times, 31st Janaury 2008
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“The 8th edition of the Sentencing Guidelines newsletter provides practitioners with detailed information about sentences for all ranges of offences down to local court or youth offending team level. It covers the period for 2002 to 2006 for adults and 2002 to the end of March 2007 for youths.”
Sentencing Guidelines Council, 31st January 2008
Related link: The Sentence (PDF)