Cricketer Ben Stokes cleared of affray

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The England cricketer, Ben Stokes, walked free from court today. He was found not guilty of affray outside a nightclub in Bristol last September after a seven-day trial. He said he’d been acting in self-defence, or in the defence of others. ▶ Full story on channel4.com
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