Case reopened on Kester David's 'nightmare' death

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Investigations have been reopened into the death of a man whose charred body was found in north London, after concerns were raised by his family.

The body of bus driver Kester David was found under a railway arch in Broomfield Lane, in July 2010.

Officers from Enfield, who originally investigated the death, concluded it was non-suspicious, and an inquest last year recorded an open verdict, but Mr David's brother Roger is adamant he did not take his own life and a third party was involved.

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