The right to attend a civil trial was not an absolute right and the judge had been correct to refuse to stay proceedings despite the fact that the appellants would be unable to attend the proceedings as they had surrendered their passports as part of their bail conditions in Zambia. An order ring-fencing proceedings in England provided appropriate protection to the appellants.

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