In sentencing for breaches of health and safety at work provisions, cases where there was a significant public element, such as the railways, would often be treated more seriously than those in which the breaches were confined within the private sector, even where the gravity of the breach and the economic strength of the defendant were otherwise comparable.

[2005] EWCA Crim 1409

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