- Did the Skripals lack capacity in blood sampling decision?
- What was the background to this case?
- What issues was the court asked to decide?
- How did the judge apply the principles of best interests decision-making to the exceptional facts of this case?
Private Client analysis: What procedural steps are necessary in Court of Protection cases where foreign nationals are parties or subject to its orders? Owain Thomas QC, barrister at 1 Crown Office Row, who was instructed by the government legal department for the applicants considers the exceptional circumstances in the Secretary of State for the Home Department v Skripal.
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