Cameras in the Court of Appeal
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Cameras in Court: Inside the UK's Court of Appeal

Cameras are to begin broadcasting proceedings from inside the UK's Court of Appeal for the first time on Thursday.

Strict laws have historically limited the recording and broadcast of court proceedings. It is thought that if successful, lower courts could be opened up to cameras.

Clive Coleman takes a tour of court four and speaks to the court's video journalist about how the broadcasts will work.

  • 31 Oct 2013
  • From the section UK
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