From tomorrow cameras will be allowed to film at the Court of Appeal. After 90 years, the ban on filming proceedings there has been lifted. We will be able to see the legal arguments and the judge's ruling. But the defendants and witnesses will not be filmed.
And it could pave the way for cameras in other Courts.
ITV News' Paul Davies reports:
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