Family lawyer: 'No DNA at code-breaker's flat'

The lawyer for family of Gareth Williams has made a dramatic intervention at the pre-inquest review into death of MI6/GCHQ code breaker.

He's says there is no DNA and no fingerprints from anyone else in the flat and there are no signs of covert entry .

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DNA mix-up over spy death

Forensic scientists have apologised to the family of spy Gareth Williams after it emerged a DNA error had dashed a key line of inquiry into his death. It meant Scotland Yard spent more than a year trying to trace a non-existent suspect.