Can this disabled man become a lawyer?
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'Cerebral palsy won't stop me becoming a lawyer'

Daniel Holt has a law degree, an ambition to be a barrister – and cerebral palsy.

He says his speech impediment has been seen by some in the UK as an issue but that he will fight to work in the only career that has ever interested him.

We spent the day with him as he waited for the results of a crucial exam.

Video journalist Rachael Thorn.

  • 28 Mar 2018
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