Lonrho Limited v Shell (No.2) [1982]

Denning MR in Court of Appeal:
Conspiracy to do an unlawful act, when
there is no intention to injure plaintiff and it is not aimed or directed at
him, is not actionable.
But if there is intent to injure him then
it is actionable.
Intent to injure may not be predominant
motive – may be mixed with other motives.
It is sufficient if the conspiracy is aimed
or directed at the plaintiff, and it can reasonably be foreseen that it may
injure him, and does in fact injure him.