9th Aug 2011


The Court of Appeal had been right to refuse to determine whether there had been violations of a disabled person’s fundamental rights and freedoms under the Constitution, s.4(d) and s.4(g) on the basis it was academic, where the court had already determined that his right to liberty under s.4(a) had been violated by the failure to provide proper disabled access to a court complex.

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