The TCCB underwrote the costs of the appeal and used the same legal team who so failed in the Packer litigation
Apparently one end of the square was only 30 yards or so from the house - it was a new build so it begs the questions as to how they got planning consent and/or why the Millers didn't see it coming - although it was in the North East so that was John Poulson's time wasn't it?
When the Daily Telegraph spoke to Denning's clerk afterwards he was told that his lordship wasn't a sporting man and that his passions extended to "rice pudding and the law"
And the result? - a true example of the law appearing an ass to a layman - but the injunction was discharged