Does audio and video recording allowed In UK

Waiting for an internal review by Supreme Court of the United Kingdom of their handling of this request.

From: Vijay Singh

Date 03/08/2013

Dear Supreme Court of the United Kingdom,

I would like to know under what circumstances one can use audio and video recording of an individual to protect from scams ?


Does court of united kingdom consider audio and video recording as a proof to protect individual against any conspiracy in any area ?

Yours faithfully,


Brigland, Paul (Supreme Court),

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Dear Supreme Court of the United Kingdom,

The request seems to be delayed now and by law it should have been
replied by 3 September 2013. Could you please confirm what is the
progress and when it can be available ?

Yours faithfully,