May offers condolences to Czech PM over man's death in London

May offers condolences to Czech PM over man's death in London
 

Zdenek Makar, 31, was pronounced dead in the street near All Saints DLR station in Poplar on September 21.
Mrs May offered condolences to her Czech counterpart Bohuslav Sobotka in a telephone call, said a Downing Street spokesman.
He added: "She said that while we understood this particular incident was not considered to be a hate crime, the UK Government condemned hate crime in the strongest way possible and it had no place in British society."
Raymond Sculley, 29, of Sherman House in Aberfeldy Street, Poplar, has been charged in connection with Mr Makar's death.
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29 September 2016 in Regional West, Views: 30
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