‘In Rahmatullah (No 2) v MOD; Mohammed v MOD  UKSC 1, the Supreme Court gave a further important judgment in the litany of cases arising out of the UK’s intervention in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Court held unanimously that the doctrine of Crown act of state defeated claims brought by non UK citizens seeking to sue the Government in the English courts in respect of alleged torts committed abroad.’
UK Human Rights Blog, 24th January 2017
“Schools, businesses and councils will all be helped by the latest stage of major law changes turning the tide on compensation culture.”
Ministry of Justice, 31st July 2013
“A judicial error in the application of European Community law would not create liability for damages unless it was a manifest infringement of the applicable law.”
The Times, 7th October 2008
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“A judicial error in the application of European Community law must be a manifest infringement of the applicable law in order to create liability for damages.”
WLR Daily, 2nd October 2008
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