Where there were truly exceptional circumstances leading up to an appeal hearing, including no record of any reasons given by the master for striking out the claimant's claims, and where fresh evidence had come to light following the appeal, the court had jurisdiction to re-open the claimant's application for permission to appeal so that claims under Data Protection Act 1998 s.13 and s.14 could be re-considered.

[2005] EWHC 1335 (QB)

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