The Crown was not bound by the Health Act 2006 Pt 1 Ch.1 because, as a general rule, the Crown was not bound by a statute unless bound expressly or by necessary implication. For that reason, state-run prisons were not obliged to implement the prohibition on smoking in certain places.

[2016] EWCA Civ 125

There was no restriction of principle preventing the imposition of an anti-social behaviour order on an offender who had been convicted of an offence in relation to vehicle crime. In deciding whether to impose such an order, a judge was entitled to have regard to the totality of the offender’s behaviour prior to and after the commencement date of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 s.1C .

[2005] EWCA Crim 353

Section 5(4) Security Service Act 1989 did not require the Security Service Tribunal to give reasons or to explain its decisions.