On 10 and 11 May, the parties appeared before Lord Justice Baker, Lord Justice Lewis, and Lady Justice Laing for the conjoined appeal of two cases concerning the issue of whether the defendant local authorities owed a duty of care to keep the claimants safe from the foreseeable risk of injury from their respective families. This article provides a summary of the issues raised in the two-day hearing.
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