The step-daughter of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne has said in court today that her mother, Vicky Pryce told her that Mr Huhne had "pressurised" her into taking his speeding points.
Georgia Beesly said that Mr Huhne had said if he lost his licence, he would lose his chance to become an MP.
ITV News reporter Lewis Vaughan Jones reports:
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