#law #negligence #tort #vl
In Storey v Ashton (1869) LR4 QB 476, a driver returning from delivering wine as instructed by his employers was persuaded to set off on a deviation from the route back to his employer’s premises. The plaintiff, who was injured by his negligent driving, was denied recompense from the employer, on the grounds that the employee was not acting in the course of employment.
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