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The outcome in Gregg v Scott [2005] 2 AC 176 can fairly be characterised as a victory for principle and legal consistency over fai

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The outcome in Gregg v Scott [2005] 2 AC 176 can fairly be characterised as a victory for principle and legal consistency over fairness and what is often referred to as the “compensation culture”’ (Lord Neuberger, ‘Loss of a Chance and Causation’ (2008) 24 PN 206 at 212). Critically discuss this statement with reference to case law and academic commentary.

The outcome in Gregg v Scott [2005] 2 AC 176 can fairly be characterised as a victory for principle and legal consistency over fairness and what is often referred to as the “compensation culture”’ (Lord Neuberger, ‘Loss of a Chance and Causation’ (2008) 24 PN 206 at 212). Critically discuss this statement with reference to case law and academic commentary.


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