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2014 Judgments of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom

 

2014 Judgments of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom

This is a list of the judgments given by the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom in the year 2014. They are ordered by neutral citation.

In 2014 Lord Neuberger was the President of the Supreme Court, Lady Hale was the Deputy President.

The table lists judgments made by the court and the opinions of the judges in each case. Judges are treated as having concurred in another's judgment when they either formally attach themselves to the judgment of another or speak only to acknowledge their concurrence with one or more judges. Any judgment which reaches a conclusion that differs from the majority on one or more major points of the appeal has been treated as dissent.

All dates are for 2014 unless expressly stated otherwise.

Table key


Delivered a judgment (majority)

Concurred in the judgment of another justice (majority)

Delivered a judgment (dissenting)

Concurred in the judgment of another justice (dissent)

Did not participate in the decision

2014 judgments

Case name Citation Argued Decided Neuberger Hale Mance Kerr Clarke Wilson Sumption Reed Carnwath Hughes Toulson Hodge
Re LC (Children) [2014] UKSC 1 11 November 2013 15 January
Marley v Rawlings [2014] UKSC 2 3 December 2013 22 January
R (HS2 Action Alliance Ltd) v Secretary of State for Transport[1] [2014] UKSC 3 15-16 October 2013 22 January
Re an application of Raymond Brownlee for Judicial Review [2014] UKSC 4 5 December 2013 29 January
R v Mackle (Nos. 1, 2 and 3), and R v McLaughlin [2014] UKSC 5 11 December 2013 29 January
I.A. v The Secretary of State for the Home Department [2014] UKSC 6 26 November 2013 29 January
Adamson v Paddico (267) Ltd [2014] UKSC 7 15 January 5 February
Richardson v DPP [2014] UKSC 8 12 November 2013 5 February
Cramaso LLP v Ogilvie-Grant, Earl of Seafield [2014] UKSC 9 18-19 November 2013 12 February
Williams v Central Bank of Nigeria [2014] UKSC 10 4-5 November 2013 19 February
Commissioners for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs v Marks and Spencer plc [2014] UKSC 11 25-26 November 2013 19 February
R (EM (Eritrea)) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2014] UKSC 12 6-7 November 2013 19 February
Coventry v Lawrence [2014] UKSC 13 12-14 November 2013 26 February
Commissioners for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs v Forde and McHugh Ltd [2014] UKSC 14 16 January 26 February
Stott v Thomas Cook Tour Operators Ltd [2014] UKSC 15 20 November 2013 5 March
Commissioners for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs v Secret Hotels2 Ltd (formerly Med Hotels Ltd) [2014] UKSC 16 29-30 January 5 March
R (British Sky Broadcasting Ltd) v The Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis [2014] UKSC 17 3 December 2013 12 March
Dunhill v Burgin[2] [2014] UKSC 18 3-5 February 12 March
P v v Cheshire West and Chester Council[1][3] [2014] UKSC 19 21-23 October 2013 19 March
Kennedy v The Charity Commission[1] [2014] UKSC 20 29 & 31 October 2013 26 March
Durkin v DSG Retail Ltd [2014] UKSC 21 28 January 26 March
Cox v Ergo Versicherung AG (formerly known as Victoria) [2014] UKSC 22 20-21 January 2 April
R v O'Brien [2014] UKSC 23 5 December 2013 2 April
British Telecommunications plc v Telefónica O2 Ltd [2014] UKSC 24 3-4 February 9 April
A v British Broadcasting Corporation [2014] UKSC 25 22-23 January 8 May
Barnes v The Eastenders Group [2014] UKSC 26 24-25 February 8 May
L Batley Pet Products Ltd v North Lanarkshire Councilt [2014] UKSC 27 17 March 8 May
R (Fitzroy George) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department [2014] UKSC 28 4 March 14 May
Re K (A Child) [2014] UKSC 29 8 April 15 May
Secretary of State for Home Department v MN and KY [2014] UKSC 30 5-6 March 21 May
R (Barkas) v North Yorkshire County Council [2014] UKSC 31 2 April 21 May
Clyde & Co LLP v Winkelhof [2014] UKSC 32 24-25 March 21 May
Khaira v Shergill [2014] UKSC 33 19-20 February 11 June
R (Eastenders Cash and Carry plc) v The Commissioners for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs [2014] UKSC 34 27-28 November 2013 11 June
R (T) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2014] UKSC 35 9-10 December 2013 18 June
R v Ahmad [2014] UKSC 36 10-11 February 18 June
R (Nunn) v Chief Constable of Suffolk Constabulary [2014] UKSC 37 13 March 18 June
R (Nicklinson) v Ministry of Justice[4][5] [2014] UKSC 38 16-19 December 2013 25 June
R (Whiston) v Secretary of State for Justice [2014] UKSC 39 26 March 2 July
The Manchester Ship Canal Company Ltd v United Utilities Water plc [2014] UKSC 40 6-7 May 2 July
Henderson v Foxworth Investments Ltd [2014] UKSC 41 14 May 2 July
British Telecommunications plc v Telefónica O2 Ltd [2014] UKSC 42 3-4 February 9 July
Agricultural Sector (Wales) Bill - Reference by the Attorney General for England and Wales[6] [2014] UKSC 43 17-18 February 9 July
R (Sandiford) v The Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs [2014] UKSC 44 4 June 16 July
FHR European Ventures LLP v Cedar Capital Partners LLC[1][7] [2014] UKSC 45 17-19 June 16 July
Coventry v Lawrence (No. 2) [2014] UKSC 46 12 May 23 July
Hounga v Allen [2014] UKSC 47 31 March-1 April 30 July
David T Morrison & Co Ltd v ICL Plastics Ltd [2014] UKSC 48 7 April 30 July
Healthcare at Home Ltd v The Common Services Agency [2014] UKSC 49 23 June 30 July
Robertson v Swift [2014] UKSC 50 19 March 9 September
Marley v Rawlings (Costs) [2014] UKSC 51 3 December 2013 18 September
Scott v Southern Pacific Mortgages Ltd[8] [2014] UKSC 52 3-4 March 22 October
McDonald v National Grid Electricity Transmission Plc[9] [2014] UKSC 53 12-13 February 22 October
R (Barclay) v Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor [2014] UKSC 54 30 June 22 October
Les Laboratoires Servier v Apotex Inc [2014] UKSC 55 10 June 29 October
R (Moseley) v London Borough of Haringey [2014] UKSC 56 19 June 29 October
Telchadder v Wickland Holdings Ltd [2014] UKSC 57 1 May 5 November
AIB Group (UK) v Mark Redler & Co Solicitors [2014] UKSC 58 5 June 5 November
VB v Westminster Magistrates' Court [2014] UKSC 59 11-12 June 5 November
R (Lord Carlile of Berriew QC) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2014] UKSC 60 13 May 12 November
Plevin v Paragon Personal Finance Ltd [2014] UKSC 61 11-12 June 12 November
R (ZH and CN) v London Borough of Newham and London Borough of Lewisham[1] [2014] UKSC 62 23-24 & 26 June 12 November
Sims v Dacorum Borough Council[1] [2014] UKSC 63 23-24 & 26 June 12 November
HRH Prince Abdulaziz Bin Mishal Bin Abdulaziz v Apex Global Management Ltd [2014] UKSC 64 13 October 26 November
Loveridge v Mayor and Burgesses of the London Borough of Lambeth [2014] UKSC 65 21 October 3 December
R (Haney, Kaiyam & Massey) v Secretary of State for Justice[10] [2014] UKSC 66 19-21 May 10 December
Moohan v The Lord Advocate[1] [2014] UKSC 67 24 July 17 December
Greater Glasgow Health Board v Doogan [2014] UKSC 68 11 November 17 December

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g An augmented panel of 7 judges sat in this case.
  2. ^ The Master of the Rolls, Lord Dyson, also sat on this case. He agreed with the majority.
  3. ^ The chart shows the judgment of the court in the case of P. Two other appeals (from MIG and MEG) were held concurrently and allowed by a majority of 4 to 3 (Lords Clarke, Carnwath and Hodge dissenting).
  4. ^ An augmented panel of 9 judges sat in this case
  5. ^ The chart shows the judgment by the court in the appeals by Nicklinson and Lamb. It also unanimously allowed an appeal by the DPP and dismissed a cross-appeal by Martin.
  6. ^ Lord Thomas also sat on this case. He gave the lead judgment alongside Lord Reed.
  7. ^ Lord Collins also sat on this case. He agreed with the majority.
  8. ^ Lord Collins also sat on this case. He gave a judgment for the majority that Lord Sumption agreed with.
  9. ^ The chart shows the decision for the appeal. The decision on the cross-appeal was by a majority of four to one (Lady Hale dissenting).
  10. ^ The chart shows the judgment of the court in the appeal of Haney, Kaiyam and Massey. The article 5 appeal by Robinson was dismissed by a majority of four to one (Lord Mance dissenting).
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