In circumstances where the appellant had been convicted following a trial at which he was unrepresented, it was clear from a combination of medical evidence not available at trial and the appellant's irrational behaviour during the trial, that he had been suffering from an undiagnosed mental illness and therefore his trial was unfair and his conviction was unsafe.

[2005] EWCA Crim 539

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