The appellant's conviction for capital murder was safe where it was clear that the jury had convicted on the basis that the appellant himself had killed the victim; therefore, the fact that the judge's directions on joint enterprise had been fundamentally flawed was not relevant and did not affect the safety of the conviction.

[2005] UKPC 48

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