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Man seriously injured in fight outside Upper Street pub The White Swan

PUBLISHED: 14:05 10 October 2017 | UPDATED: 14:05 10 October 2017

The White Swan in Upper Street. Picture: Google Maps

The White Swan in Upper Street. Picture: Google Maps

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A man suffered serious injuries in a fight outside Upper Street pub The White Swan on Friday afternoon.

Police were called to the boozer at 4.35pm and found the 38-year-old with head injuries. He was taken to hospital and Scotland Yard said he remains there in a “serious but stable” condition.

A 29-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of GBH and taken to a north London police station for questioning.

He has since been bailed to a date in early November.

Police are still making enquiries into what happened.

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