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In 1942, the Luftwaffe dropped a 1000kg high-explosive bomb onto farmland in the outskirts of Exeter.

Some 82 years later, the Court of Appeal has dismissed the University of Exeter’s appeal against the High Court decision in Allianz Insurance Plc v University of Exeter (see our previous commentary) The Judge at first instance (HHJ Bird) had found that damage to halls of residence caused by the bomb’s controlled detonation was not covered under the University’s insurance policy with Allianz.Continue Reading A blast from the past – unearthed: Court of Appeal dismisses University of Exeter’s appeal