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2010 Judgments of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom

This is a list of the judgments given by the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom in 2010 and statistics associated thereupon. Since the Supreme Court began its work on 1 October 2009, this year was its first full year of operation. In total, 58 cases were heard in 2010.

The table lists judgments made by the court and the opinions of the judges in each case. Judges are treated as having concurred in another's judgment when they either formally attach themselves to the judgment of another or speak only to acknowledge their concurrence with one or more judges. Any judgment which reaches a conclusion which differs from the majority on one or more major points of the appeal has been treated as dissent.

Because every judge in the court is entitled to hand down a judgment, it is not uncommon for 'factions' to be formed who reach the same conclusion in different ways, or for all members of the court to reach the same conclusion in different ways. The table does not reflect this.

Table key


Delivered a judgment (majority)

Concurred in the judgment of another justice (majority)

Delivered a judgment (dissenting)

Concurred in the judgment of another justice (dissent)

Did not participate in the decision

2010 Judgments

Case name Citation Argued Decided Phillips Hope Saville Rodger Walker Hale Brown Mance Collins Kerr Clarke Dyson
HM Treasury v Al-Ghabra [2010] UKSC 1 5 and 22 October 2009 27 January
HM Treasury v Ahmed [2010] UKSC 2 5-8 October 2009 27 January
Office of Communications v The Information Commissioner [2010] UKSC 3 17 November 2009 27 January
Grays Timber Products Ltd v HM Revenue & Customs [2010] UKSC 4 14-15 December 2009 3 February
HM Treasury v Ahmed (No.2) [2010] UKSC 5 28 January 4 February
Allison v HM Advocate [2010] UKSC 6 8 December 2009 10 February
McInnes v HM Advocate [2010] UKSC 7 8-9 December 2009 10 February
Tomlinson v Birmingham CC [2010] UKSC 8 23-24 November 2009 17 February
Norris v USA [2010] UKSC 9 30 November - 1 December 2009 24 February
Martin v HM Advocate [2010] UKSC 10 8-10 December 2009 3 March
R (Lewis) v Redcar & Cleveland BC [2010] UKSC 11 18-20 January 3 March
Re W (Children) [2010] UKSC 12 1-2 March 3 March
Agbaje v Akinnoye-Agbaje [2010] UKSC 13 3-4 November 2009 10 March
RTS Flexible Systems Limited v Molkerei Alois Müller GmbH [2010] UKSC 14 2-3 November 2009 10 March
R (JS (Sri Lanka)) v Home Secretary [2010] UKSC 15 13-14 January 17 March
British Airways v Williams [2010] UKSC 16 24-25 February 24 March
R (F) v Home Secretary [2010] UKSC 17 3-4 February 21 April
Farstad Supply v Enviroco [2010] UKSC 18 9-10 March 5 May
Inveresk plc v Tullis Russell Papermakers [2010] UKSC 19 1-2 March 5 May
R (Sainsbury's Supermarkets Ltd) v Wolverhampton CC [2010] UKSC 20 1-2 February 12 May
ZN (Afghanistan) v Entry Clearance Officer [2010] UKSC 21 15 February 12 May
Roberts v Gill & Co [2010] UKSC 22 22-23 February 19 May
OB v Aventis Pasteur SA [2010] UKSC 23 15 April 26 May
Home Secretary v AP [2010] UKSC 24 5 May 16 June
MS (Palestinian Territories) v Home Secretary [2010] UKSC 25 26-27 April 16 June
Home Secretary v AP [2010] UKSC 26 5 May 23 June
JR17 (Judicial Review App.) [2010] UKSC 27 19-20 April 23 June
Austin v Southwark LBC [2010] UKSC 28 23 June
R(Smith) v Defence Secretary [2010] UKSC 29 30 June
R(Noone) v Drale Hall Prison [2010] UKSC 30 30 June
HJ (Iran) and HT (Cameroon) v Home Secretary [2010] UKSC 31 10-12 May 7 July
Southern Pacific Loans v Walker [2010] UKSC 32 7 July
A v Essex CC [2010] UKSC 33 14 July
O'Brien v MOJ [2010] UKSC 34 28 July
Bocardo SA v Star Energy UK [2010] UKSC 35 28 July
R ( ZO (Somalia)) v Home Secretary [2010] UKSC 36 28 July
Morrison Sports v Scottish Power [2010] UKSC 37 28 July
RTS Flexible Systems Limited v Molkerei Alois Müller GmbH [2010] UKSC 38
R v Rollins [2010] UKSC 39 28 July
R (Electoral Commission) v Westminster Magistrates' Court [2010] UKSC 40 29 July
Gisda Cyf v Barratt [2010] UKSC 41 19 July 13 October
Radmacher v Granatino [2010] UKSC 42 20 October
Cadder v HM Advocate [2010] UKSC 43 24-26 May 26 October
Oceanbulk Shipping & Trading v TMT Asia [2010] UKSC 44 27 October
Manchester CC v Pinnock [2010] UKSC 45 3 November
Dallah Real Estate & Tourism v Pakistan [2010] UKSC 46 3 November
Multi-Link Leisure v North Lanarkshire Council [2010] UKSC 47 17 November
R v Maxwell [2010] UKSC 48 17 November
MA (Somalia) v Home Secretary [2010] UKSC 49 24 November
RBS v Wilson [2010] UKSC 50 24 November
Revenue and Customs Commissioners v Holland [2010] UKSC 51 24 November
R v Chaytor [2010] UKSC 52 1 December
Spiller v Joseph [2010] UKSC 53 1 December
R (Child Poverty Action Group) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions [2010] UKSC 54 8 December
Progress Property v Moorgarth Group [2010] UKSC 55 8 December
Principal Reporter v K [2010] UKSC 56 15 December
R (Edwards) v Environment Agency [2010] UKSC 57 15 December
HM Revenue and Customs v DCC Holdings [2010] UKSC 58 15 December

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