Where fresh evidence was adduced on a criminal appeal, it was for the Court of Appeal to evaluate its importance in the context of the remainder of the evidence in the case. The primary question was for the court itself and was not what effect the fresh evidence would have had on the jury.

[2005] UKPC 4

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