Hearings in the Supreme Court are now shown live on the Court’s website.

On Monday 26 January 2015 the Court will hear the appeal of Arnold v Britton & Ors regarding the true interpretation of 5 versions of a clause which has been described as a service charge clause in the long lease agreement of 25 chalets in the respondent’s leisure park. It will be heard in Court 2 from 11am.

On Tuesday 27 January the Court will hear the appeal of International Energy Group Limited v Zurich Insurance PLC UK Branch involving whether an insured company is entitled to an indemnity from an insurer for the entirety of its outlay in respect of a claim brought against it for negligence and breach of statutory duty for exposure to asbestos when an employee was diagnosed with mesothelioma. It will be heard in Court 1 from 10.30am and will continue on Wednesday.

On Wednesday 28 January the Court will hand down the costs judgment in McGraddie v McGraddie & Anor [2013] UKSC 58 following the full judgment of the case being received on 31 July 2013. It will also hand down Michaels & Ors v The Chief Constable of South Wale Police & Anor regarding an alleged delayed response to a threat to life call which should have required an immediate response. The result of that alleged delay was that Miss Michaels was stabbed to death before the police arrived on the scene. The Supreme Court must decide whether the police were liable in negligence and/or in relation to the ECHR, art 2, in respect of Miss Michael’s death. The Court will the hand down judgments in Court 2 from 9.45am.

On Wednesday the Court will hear the appeal of S (Children) regarding a full care order made in respect of the respondent’s daughter. The Court must decide whether the approach to ordering costs to be paid by local authorities in care proceedings set out in Re T (Children) [2012] UKSC 36 extends to the costs of appeals from orders made in such proceedings. It will be heard in Court 2 following the handing down of the judgments.

On Thursday 29 January the Court will hear the appeal of Haile v London Borough of Waltham Forest involving whether the respondent London Borough should have considered whether the appellant’s homelessness was intentional on the date she left the accommodation, or the date of Waltham Forest’s decision. It will be heard in Court 2 from 10.30am.

On Tuesday 27 January the Privy Council will hear the appeal of DPP v Nelson (Antigua & Barbuda) regarding whether the quashing of the respondent’s conviction was unjust. The case will be heard in Court 2 from 10.30am.

A full list of the hearings scheduled to be heard during the Hilary term can be found here.

The following Supreme Court judgments remain outstanding:

Holt v Her Majesty’s Attorney General on behalf of the Queen, heard 15 – 16 January 2014.

A v SSHD (Scotland), heard 22 – 23 January 2014.

R (SG & Ors) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, heard 29-30 April.

PwC v SAAD Investments Company Ltd (In Liquidation), heard 29-30 April.

Singularis Holdings Ltd v PwC, heard 29-30 April.

R (Robinson) v The Governor of HMP Whatton & Anor and related cases, heard 19-21 May 2014.

International Energy Group Ltd v Zurich Insurance plc, heard 15 and 16 July 2014.

Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board, heard 22 and 23 July 2014.

Michael & Ors v The Chief Constable of South Wales Police & Anor, heard 28 July 2014.

Jetivia SA & Anor v Bilta (UK) Ltd & Ors, heard 14 October 2014.

Graughran (AP) v The Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland, heard 16 October 2014.

Jackson v Murray & Ors, heard 20 October 2014.

R (Rotherham Borough Council & Ors) v Secretary of State for Business, heard 20 October 2014.

Anson v The Commissioners for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs, heard 27 October 2014.

R (Newhaven Port & Properties Ltd) v East Sussex County Council & Anor, heard 3 November 2014.

JR 38, Re Judicial Review, heard 6 November 2014.

BP Shipping Ltd & Anor v Braganza, heard 10 November 2014.

Beghal v DPP, heard 12 November 2014.

Morgan Stanley & Co International Plc v Tael One Partners Ltd, heard 17 November 2014.

Secretary of State for the Home Department v B2, heard 18 November 2014.

Royal Bank of Scotland plc v Carlyle, heard 20 November 2014.

R (Evans) v Information Commissioner, heard 24-25 November 2014.

R (JB) (Jamaica) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department, heard 26-27 November 2014.

R (Catt) v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis & Anor and another case, heard 2-4 December 2014.

Vince v Wyatt, heard 8-9 December 2014.

Fish & Fish Ltd v Sea Shepherd UK, 8 December 2014.

Aster Communities Ltd (formerly Flourish Homes Ltd) v Akerman-Livingstone (AP), heard 10 December 2014.

Hotak v London Borough of Southwark; Johnson v Solihull; and Kanu v London Borough of Southwark, heard on 15 December 2014.

Sustainable Shetland v The Scottish Ministers & Anor, heard on 18 December 2014.

R (Hemming (/a Simply Pleasure Ltd) & Ors) v Westminster City Council, heard on 13 January 2015.

R (Trail Riders Fellowship & Anor) v Dorset County Council & Ors, heard on 15 January 2015.

OPO (by his litigation friend BHM) & Anor v MLA, heard 19-20 January 2015.

University and College Union v The University of Stirling, heard 21