R v Gaming Board, ex p Benaim [1970]


  • An informant reported that Benaim was not fit to be a manager of a gaming club (Casino)
  • Benaim’s licence was removed


  • Could Benaim require that the informant’s identity is revealed?


  • No


  • A fair decision had been made on the evidence, the informant was not under charge and therefore there was no reason for the revealing of his identity; only reasons to protect it, given the stereotype of gaming clubs at the time
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