I was driving on oxford road in manchester today, heading towards city centre. i turned right as the lights turned red.?

There was a traffic camera there which i believed is for red light offences. I was going past the old archies burgers and milkshakes place. Just near the big theatre on oxford road. So heading in the direction of deansgate. I then turned right towards princess street in the direction of picadilly station. As i went

There was a traffic camera there which i believed is for red light offences. I was going past the old archies burgers and milkshakes place. Just near the big theatre on oxford road. So heading in the direction of deansgate. I then turned right towards princess street in the direction of picadilly station. As i went through the lights they went red. I didnt have time to stop and there was a camera on my left. But i was in the right lane turning right. There were 2 lanes and i was in the right lane and the camera was situated on the pavement and on the left lane. I did not see any flash. Maybe because it was during the day. Will i be fined for this and if so how much? Could i get away with it? What i want to know the most is does the camera work in both lanes. Please help

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Red light cameras normally work on all lanes as the offence is crossing the stop line on a red light.. All UK signals have a 3 second amber before the red and technically this was enough time to stop before the red light appeared.
St N:
If the light turned red as you were entering the intersection, then there was no offense. You could not have stopped, unless the UK also has the amber warning light between green and red, in which case you will be charged because that amber light means stop unless unsafe and, since you were turning, you were going slow enough that you could have stopped safely.

The camera will cover all lanes and all directions since there is only one camera. The amount of the fine and any demerit points will be available on the website of the ministry that deals with the highway traffic act (Ontario name).

Ghost Of Christmas Past:
At traffic lights, there is a stop line. If any part of your car is above the stop line when there's a red light showing, you are committing an offence. The amber light is to warn you that the red light is coming and if you haven't reached the stop line, you should stop at it. It's not there to encourage you to put your toe down. Similarly, it's illegal to start crossing the stop line on red & amber – that's only there to warn you to be ready to go.

If you were already past the stop line when the lights turned red, you have not committed an offence. If you crossed at amber and had not cleared the stop line when the lights turned red, you have committed an offence.

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Bare in mind that i was turning right. Does it cover right turns aswell?