The Prime minister's brother, a leading barrister, stood at the centre of a row about legal aid cuts today.
David Cameron and his government faced embarrassment as a serious fraud trial collapsed after a judge accepted Alexander Cameron's claim that the defendants "could not receive a fair trial" as no barrister would represent them.
The PM brushed aside his brother's 'victory', saying it was simply part of the court process.
ITV News correspondent Juliet Bremner reports:
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