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British Government 'must ensure' justice on Malia death

The family of Myles Litchmore-Dunbar live in Heidi Alexander's Lewisham East constituency. Speaking to the Commons she said:

They passionately believe the British police should be involved in investigating Tyrell's murder.

I don't come to the chamber this evening to assert any individual's guilt or innocence.

But I would like to say for the record that Myles Litchmore-Dunbar maintains his innocence and argues on the night of July 23 in Malia he was also attempting to break-up a brawl, which led to the stabbing of Tyrell.

On the basis of what I have been told I believe there is reason for the British Government to be worried that the process under way in Greece at the moment will not result in the sort of justice that we would expect to be delivered in our own country.

I want justice to be done. I want the right person to be convicted for the murder of Tyrell Matthews-Burton and I want the British Government to help make this happen.

– Heidi Alexander. Labour MP for Lewisham East

British police 'must investigate' teenage death in Greece

MPs say British police must investigate the death of a London teenager who was stabbed to death during a bar brawl in the Greek holiday resort of Malia.

Tyrell Matthews-Burton was fatally stabbed in July last year Credit: Facebook

Tyrell Matthews-Burton, from Leyton, was killed last July during a scuffle which Greek police claimed involved nearly 30 British people. Myles Litchmore-Dunbar, also from east London, is awaiting trial for the murder of Mr Matthews-Burton but denies stabbing him.


Malia murder suspect's mother fights for son's freedom

The mother of a London teenager being held in a Greek jail on a murder charge has told ITV News her life has "been in limbo" since his arrest. In an emotional interview, Carole Litchmore says she will not return to the UK without her him.

Myles Litchmore-Dunbar is accused of killing Tyrell Matthew-Burton, during a fight in the Greek resort of Malia this summer. He says he is "100% innocent".

A leading Greek lawyer says Myles Litchmore-Dunbar could wait three more months before he is granted a justice hearing.

Watch the report in full from our Senior Correspondent Ronke Phillips, on ITV News London at 6:00pm.

Exclusive: London teenager fighting to clear his name after being accused of murder in Greece

A London teenager accused of murder while on holiday has spoken to ITV News from his prison in Greece. Myles Litchmore-Dunbar is accused of killing Tyrell Matthew-Burton, during a fight in the Greek resort of Malia this summer.

He has always claimed he is innocent and his imprisonment is a miscarriage of justice. Now in an exclusive interview, the 19-year-told ITV London he does not know who stabbed Tyrell and he is praying for the truth to come out. Ronke Phillips went to meet him.

Murder accused: 'No snitching code' stopping witnesses

A man charged with the murder of a London holidaymaker has appealed for help from a Greek prison. Tyrell Matthews-Burton from Leyton was stabbed when a fight broke out outside a club in Malia. Now, 19-year-old Myles Litchmore-Dunbar has told ITV News he's being blamed for a murder he didn't commit.

He speaks of a 'no snitching code' which he believes is stopping witnesses and those with information from coming forward.


Murder suspect's appeal for information

Myles Litchmore-Dunbar remains in prison in Athens Credit: Family handout

A London teenager who is being held over a murder on the Greek island of Crete says he's determined to clear his name. Myles Litchmore-Dunbar from Catford is accused of fatally stabbing 19-year-old Tyrell Matthews-Burton in a fight outside a nightclub in Malia - a charge he has always denied.

He's now calling for witnesses with information to come forward.

Tyrell Matthews-Burton was fatally stabbed in July this year Credit: Facebook