The man convicted of murdering a Brighton backpacker in Australia - has withdrawn an appeal against his conviction.
Bradley Murdoch is serving a life sentence for killing Peter Falconio in the outback in 2001.
Peter was traveling with his girlfriend - who's from the Sussex city - when he disappeared. His body has never been found. Murdoch wanted his conviction quashed due to what his lawyers called a 'miscarriage of justice'.
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