Criminal law – Terrorism. The trial judge and the Court of Appeal, Criminal Division had not erred in holding that the correct meaning of 'has reasonable cause to suspect', in s 17(b) of the Terrorism Act 2000, was that it was sufficient that, on the information known to the accused, there had existed, assessed objectively, reasonable cause to suspect that the money might be used for the purposes of terrorism. Accordingly, the Supreme Court dismissed the appellants' appeal.