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    WEDNESDAY 10 DECEMBER 2003

    Regina v. H (Appellant) (2003) (On Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division))—

    Regina v. C (Appellant) (On Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)) —

    The petition of the appellants praying that the appeals be conjoined; that they be allowed to lodge one statement, one appendix and separate cases and that they be separately represented in respect of the two appeals and that the respondents have leave to lodge separate cases and be separately represented (the agents for the respondents consenting thereto) was presented; and it was ordered as prayed.

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    THURSDAY 11 DECEMBER 2003

    Regina v. H (Appellant) (2003) (On Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)) and Regina v. C (Appellant) (On Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)) (Conjoined Appeals)—The appeals were set down for hearing and referred to an Appellate Committee.

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APPENDIX II

    MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS

    WEDNESDAY 14 JANUARY 2004

        Present:

L. Bingham of CornhillLord Walker of Gestingthorpe
L. WoolfLord Carswell
L. Hope of Craighead
                  The Lord Bingham of Cornhill in the Chair.

    The Orders of Reference are read.

    The Committee deliberate.

    Counsel and Parties are called in.

      Mr R. Amlot QC and Mr L. Smith appear for appellant H.

      Mr B. Emmerson QC, Mr R. Howat and Ms T. Tagon appear for appellant C.

      Lord Goldsmith QC (Her Majesty's Attorney General), Mr D. Perry, Mr S. Morris and   Mr R. McCoubrey appear for the Crown as respondent.

    Mr Amlot heard.

    Mr Emmerson heard.

    In part heard and adjourned until tomorrow.

    THURSDAY 15 JANUARY 2004

        Present:

L. Bingham of CornhillLord Walker of Gestingthorpe
L. WoolfLord Carswell
L. Hope of Craighead
                  The Lord Bingham of Cornhill in the Chair.

    The Order of Adjournment is read.

    The proceedings of yesterday are read.

    The Committee deliberate.

    Counsel and Parties are again called in.

    Mr Emmerson further heard.

    Lord Goldsmith heard.

    Mr Perry heard.

    Mr Amlot heard in reply.

    Mr Emmerson heard in reply.

    Lord Goldsmith heard.

    Further and fully heard.

    Bar cleared; and the Committee deliberate.

    A draft Report is laid before the Committee by the Lord Bingham of Cornhill.

    The Report is considered and agreed to unanimously.

    Ordered, That the Lord Bingham of Cornhill do make the Report to the House.

    Ordered, That the Committee be adjourned.

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