Cameras to film in Old Bailey for the first time

Cameras set up in the Court of Appeal Credit: ITV News

A ban on filming in court will be lifted for the first time in 90 years later, when cameras record proceedings at the Old Bailey. Cameras will film real cases at the Court of Appeal.

Read: A near-century long ban on filming in court is overturned

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Appeal Court allows filming

Today, cameras will be in use in the Court of Appeal at the Royal Courts of Justice for the first time.