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In Bottomley v Secretary and Members of Todmorden Cricket Club, The Times, 13 November 2003, the defendant cricket club was liable to the claimant who had been injured by a fireworks display on the club’s land. The club had engaged the services of an independent contractor to present the display, but had failed to take adequate precautions in ensuring that the contractor had safety plans and public liability insurance.
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