People born with limb defects because of the drug Thalidomide have been told they can apply for compensation from a German Trust Fund.
Thalidomide was prescribed to pregnant woman in the 1950s and 60s. But it led to thousands of babies having disabilities.
Campaigners, like Mikey Argy from Forest Row in Sussex, have spent years fighting for a financial settlement.
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