Sally Nightingale handed a petition signed by more than 100,000 people to the Royal Courts of Justice today asking them to quash her husband's 18-month sentence for illegally possessing a pistol.
This afternoon lawyers representing her husband Sergeant Danny Nightingale are due to ask appeal judges to analyse the case.
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A dull and wet start with some sunshine in south-east Scotland and north-east England.