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.

    (extract from Hansard will follow as soon as possible)