The BBC has been accused of putting a group of students in danger over an undercover documentary about North Korea.
A Panorama reporter used a study trip from the London School of Economics as cover for secret filming inside the country.
The BBC claimed the students involved were fully briefed, but the university says it was kept in the dark about the deception.
ITV News reporter Martha Fairlie reports:
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