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Murder at Marble Arch

 
May 20th 2009
 
The body of a man who had sustained massive head injuries was found on the Marble Arch traffic island, near entrance three of the Oxford Street landmark, in the early hours of Wednesday 30th August. It took several hours for the police to identify the badly battered victim as Ian Liddle, a 34-year-old labourer, who may have been sleeping rough. Homeless man James Stewart, 40, was charged with the murder and appeared at City of Westminster magistrates' court, on 1st September. The court adjourned the case until 15th December. Liddle was pronounced dead when paramedics arrived at 3am, but his body was kept on the island until late afternoon as a forensics unit looked for evidence.
 
 
 

October 2006

 

Contents

Another Marylebone? Rough sleepers evicted from St Luke's

The long march

Christmas comes early at WCC

It's harder for homeless couples

Soup run furore

Rough sleeper murdered

Surrey Street... again!

Ex-homeless set up outreach

Rumour control

Murder at Marble Arch

Planning application Crisis

Homeless World Cup report

Toilet fumes at CSTM

Alternatives to hostels: No. 2 - Dome Village, USA

Sleep Less Rough tests

Legal lounge: Disability Living Allowance

Oi, mate, I'm A8: alcohol

Picking over the bones of addiction: opiate users

A lexicon of homeless industry jargon: No. 2

 

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