This article takes a look at the courts' dealings with causation: comparing the situation in both pollution cases and homicide cases. The authors concludes that the situation is confused by uncertainties which exist around the use of strict liability, and that there us a need for a "reassessment of the relationship between causation and culpability". 1995 Crim LR 683 Due to current difficulties at the Westlaw camp, this article is not currently available - watch this space!
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