- The Court of Appeal (Civil Division) heard a case in which a number 12 London Routemaster bus had seriously injured an 11-year-old boy. What was the name of the boy’s litigation friend and their relationship to him?
- Give the citation of a case in the House of Lords that involved a finger being mistaken for an imitation firearm.
- Who represented the claimant found working in a halal butcher’s shop in a 2010 judicial review case that considered the operation of s 94 of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2000?
- Which judges considered the appeal in a case involving covert police observation of indecent behaviour in a churchyard on 15 September 1989?
- In Chadli v Brooks  EWCA Civ 211, the claimant had been seriously injured by a number 12 Routemaster bus. He was represented by his mother and litigation friend, Susan Charles. There are several ways to find this. For example, on Westlaw Edge UK, by navigating to the ‘Cases’ tab and searching for ‘Routemaster bus’ in free text. This will provide four results, only one of which was heard in the Civil Division of the Court of Appeal. Clicking through to this case will provide the name and relationship of the litigation friend.
- R v Bentham  UKHL 18 concerned whether a person who has his hand inside a zipped-up jacket, forcing the material out so as to give the impression that he has a gun could be held to have in his possession an imitation firearm within the meaning of s 17(2) of the Firearms Act 1968. There are several ways to find this. For example, on Westlaw Edge UK, by navigating to the ‘Cases’ tab and then to ‘Advanced Search’ where you can search for ‘imitation firearm finger’ in free text and ‘House of Lords’ in court.
- R (on the application of Amir) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWHC 998 (Admin) is a judicial review case concerning the application of s 94 of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2000 in which the claimant was working at a halal butcher’s shop. There are several ways to find this. For example, on Westlaw Edge UK, by navigating to the ‘Cases’ tab and then to ‘Advanced Search’ where you can search for ‘Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2000’ in legislation title and ‘section 94’ in legislation provision number. This gives one case. The facts relating to employment are found in paragraph 5 of the judgment.
- The judges who heard a case involving indecent behaviour in a churchyard that happened on 15 September 1989 were Lord Justice Watkins and Mr Justice Roch. The case was Blake v DPP; Austin v DPP  97 Cr App R 169 (DC). It can be found in various ways. On Westlaw Edge UK, it can be found under the ‘Cases’ tab by using the free text search terms ‘indecent behaviour churchyard 15 september 1989’. This gives one match.