My wife and I returned from Canada with Air Transat in Club class on Flight TS292 on 2nd Feb 2014. The Air line had a catering dispute and the only food they could provide was a dry roll wrapped in clingfilm and served in a brown paper bag. They could not supply a breakfast either. Air Transat offered a good will gesture of CAD 50 which is about £30 as credit on a future flight. When dealing with their Glasgow office I was told that they would not pay any compensation as they were not part of the CAA and as a Canadian company were not liable under UK law. Are they correct in stating this or can I chase them for adequate compensation in the Small claims court.?