Lord Willoughby de Broke ended his speech with the following questions for Lord Whitty
whether he accepts that relevant scientific evidence(sponsored by the Ministry) was not put before the Court in the Winslade case - even though that evidence was available to and read by the Ministry.
Why that evidence was not put before the Court in the Winslade case.
Whether that evidence had been received before the decision in the Westerhall case.
Whether he now accepts that those decisions would not have been given in the ministry's favour had that evidence not been suppressed
Why the Ministry never fought a case for an injunction to enable a CC to proceed after the decision in the Upton case.
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