Birmingham man charged with Home Office stabbing

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Dominic Hornberger, 29, appears in court accused of attack on civil servant A 29-year-old man from Birmingham has been charged with grievous bodily harm and possession of a knife in a public place after a civil servant was stabbed outside the Home Office, the Metropolitan police said. Dominic Hornberger was charged on Friday and appeared in custody at Westminster magistrates court on Saturday, but details were only released by the Metr on Monday. Continue reading... …

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