In following the requirements of the administration of justice and the achievement of finality in the appellate process the jurisdiction of the Privy Council to hear a second petition would only be exercised in exceptional cases where new grounds of appeal were raised of such a character and of sufficient merit to justify a second petition.

PC (Trin) (Lord Hobhouse of Woodborough)

04/03/1999

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