Hampshire twin death: Robert Cerqua denies killing brother

House in Hythe where man was attacked Christopher Cerqua was found in his home with serious injuries

A man has denied murdering his identical twin brother, who died after a fight at their Hampshire home on New Year's Eve.

Christopher Cerqua, 31, of Langdown Road, Hythe, was found with serious injuries in the house the twins shared.

He was taken to hospital in Southampton but was later pronounced dead.

His brother Robert Cerqua pleaded not guilty to murder when he appeared earlier and will stand trial at Winchester Crown Court on 6 October.

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