1) Phillips. Walsh and Dobson referred to the outcome of Hinks  (2001) 2 A.C. 241 as “a horror”. (E. Phillips, C. Walsh and P. Dobson. Law Relating to Theft (Cavendish, 2001, 43))
With reference to relevant case law, critically evaluate whether the current legal position on the appropriation of gifts is satisfactory and appropriate.
2) Prior to the enactment of the Sexual Offences Act 2003. the law on sexual offences was considered to be a “patchwork quilt of provisions ancient and modern that works because people make it do so, not because there is a coherence and structure.” (Setting the Boundaries: Reforming the Law on Sex Offences. Home Office, iii, 2000).
Critically analyse whether the Sexual Offences Act 2003 has remedied these criticisms.