This was an appeal in a complex fruad case , the Court carefully assessed the fresh evidence to determine whether this would have an impact on the safety of the conviciton but declined to do so concluding the udicial decisiosn were appropriate .
The Appellants made points in regard to how the Trial Felt and unfiarness of the witheld information but the Court importnatly stressed that Trials of the instant nature could be highly charged affairs. The parties' views could become entrenched and sensitivities as to unfairness, perceived or imagined, could become heightened. The instant court could not create the "feel" of the trial. However, it could, and was required to, approach matters objectively and to view the case overall, R. v Alibhai (Akbal)  EWCA Crim 681,  3 WLUK 791 considered