Judge – Appeal. A judge who had presided at an aborted trial ought to have recused himself from sitting on an appeal against conviction, following their conviction on the same charges at a further trial. The Privy Council, in allowing the appellants' appeals, held that the judge's decisions would lead a fair-minded and informed observer to conclude that there had been a real possibility that he had pre-judged issues which fell for consideration on the appeal and that the appellants had not had the appearance of a fresh tribunal of three judges to consider their appeals.