The appellant's conviction on two counts of obtaining a money transfer by deception was unsafe where the recorder's direction to the jury failed to refer to the second limb of the Ghosh direction, namely that in deciding the appellant's state of mind at the relevant time, the jury should consider whether he must have realised that what he was doing would be regarded as dishonest.

[2005] EWCA Crim 1163

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