Murder accused Andrew Morris in court over chef Henry Stangroom stabbing in Battersea
A 30-year-old man accused of murdering his flatmate has appeared in court.
Andrew Morris, of Lavender Sweep, Battersea, was charged with stabbing Henry Stangroom, 21, to death.
Mr Stangroom, chef at high-end restaurant Criterion, in Piccadilly Circus, was found with stab wounds to his heart and lungs on October 17.
The promising chef, who moved to London from Rye Common, attended boarding school Lord Wandsworth College.
Mr Morris will next appear at The Old Bailey on November 15.
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