Oppenheim v Tobacco Securities [1951]

Trust for education of children of BAT.
House of Lords held not charitable on ground of
insufficient public benefit.
Employed ‘personal nexus’ test of Re Compton [1945]:
If class is defined by a personal nexus to someone (eg
child with parent’s employer), then class is not a section of the public.
Lord MacDermott dissented, rejecting test and stating
that court must consider all the circumstances of the case.