Where a defendant was one of a number of co-accused he was entitled to adduce evidence of propensity to show that his version of events was more believable than that of his co-accused even if the evidence concerned facts relating to an offence for which the co-accused had not been convicted.

[2005] EWCA Crim 1423

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