The Court of Appeal will today give their ruling on a challenge against a decision to throw out a multimillion pound fraud trial after defendants said they could not get representation because of cuts to legal aid.
They have been urged to overturn a judge's ruling after the Prime Minister's brother, Alexander Cameron QC, successfully argued that the case should be halted because controversial Ministry of Justice (MoJ) reforms meant the five defendants could not find barristers of "sufficient competence".
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