Cooper v HM Attorney General: QBD 30 Sep 2008

The claimant sought damages from the court saying that it had failed to properly apply European law. It had rejected his applications for judicial review.
Held: Any failure by the court was not sufficiently manifest to bring the case within Kobler, and the claim failed.

[2008] EWHC 2178 (QB), Times 07-Oct-2008, [2008] 3 CMLR 45, [2009] Eu LR 174, [2009] JPL 619
England and Wales
CitedRegina v Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, Ex Parte Eastaway HL 8-Nov-2000
Where the Court of Appeal had refused permission to apply for judicial review after a similar refusal by a judge, that decision was also, by implication, a refusal to grant permission to appeal against the judge’s decision, and there was no scope . .

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Updated: 01 November 2021; Ref: scu.276807