Camden Town bar loses licence after Liverpool football fan is killed

13:00 12 March 2012

A police tent over the spot where a Liverpool football fan died outside Bar Uno in Camden Town

A police tent over the spot where a Liverpool football fan died outside Bar Uno in Camden Town

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A Camden Town nightspot where a football fan was stabbed to death has had its licence suspended.

Police have called for Camden Council to launch a full review of Bar Uno’s license after Liverpool FC fan Alex Jarmay was killed in the Inverness Street bar on February 25.

The hearing is expected to take place at the Town Hall on March 20.

Kentish Town brothers Damian Beck, 23, and Paul Beck, 28, have been charged with the murder.

They appeared at the Old Bailey last Friday (March 9) where they were both remanded in custody to stand trial this summer.

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