Brighton man among 3 charged after London assault

Three men, including one from Brighton have been charged following an assault outside a London pub, police say.

The incident happened in Islington outside The Lexington public house on August 17, according to the Met Police.

Charlie Ambrose, 29 (28.09.1989) of Borough Street, Brighton, James Healy, 39 (05.09.1979) of Laburnum Grove, Portsmouth and Liam Tracey, 34 (18.05.1985) of Boswell Street, Camden have been charged with ABH and affray, a spokesman added.

He said: “They will appear at Highbury Court Magistrates Court on Wednesday, November 6.”

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