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Last century's most bizarre criminal case back on trial -

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Two Australian sisters have held a vigil in central London, as part of a long-running campaign to reverse the outcome of one of last century's most bizarre criminal cases.

Chloe and Deirdre Mason are the great-granddaughters of Alice Wheeldon, a suffragette who was famously convicted of plotting to murder the British Prime Minister during World War One.

The women believe the case was fabricated and they want to take it back to court.

From London, here's Europe Correspondent James Glenday