„If no appeal were possible, I have no great hesitation in saying that this would not be a desirable country to live in.... It is quite true that there is enough difficulty in appealing as it is; but if there is to be no appeal at all possible the system would be intolerable.“
— Charles Bowen
The Queen v. Justices of County of London, &c. (1893), L. R. 2 Q. B. 492.