City worker admits killing former colleague in fight after a prank –

Thomson, arriving at the Old Bailey, has been told he faces jail 

He was rushed to hospital with a brain haemorrhage and pronounced dead the following evening.

Judge Wendy Joseph QC, said: #8216;This defendant has committed a series of offences under the influence of alcohol and clearly has a tendency to commit unpleasant and violent offences under the influence of alcohol and each of those offences has been more unpleasant than before.

The pair got out of the taxi to continue the argument, but Mr Hulme collapsed on Farringdon Street on August 26 last year.

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