THE YOUTH jailed for the murder of Ben Kinsella has been bragging that he is still the King of Swagger. Michael Alleyne, 18, was given a life sentence for stabbing Ben, 16, in June last year but has shown no remorse. In a letter written from his cell, which he signed from the Stab Gang, he boasted: Im the King of Swagger in north London -- everyone knows dat. Alleyne also bragged about taming the prison in the North-East where he is serving his sentence, and issued a rallying call to the remaining members of his street crew, the Market Massiv, with the words: Death before dishonour. Alleyne was jailed alongside fellow gang members Jade Braithwaite, 20, and Juress Kika, 19, for stabbing school- boy Ben -- the brother of former EastEnders actress Brooke Kinsella -- 11 times after he left Shillibeers Bar in Islington with friends. Ben, who had been celebrating the end of his GCSE exams, was walking home when he was separated from his friends and cornered by the three, who wrongly believed he was involved in an earlier a r g u me n t i n wh ich t he y we re disrespected. After three months of a minimum 19- year sentence, Alleyne still uses his gang name Tigger and wrote about Braithwaite and Kika in his letter. He wrote that Kika -- known to the gang as Dubzy -- is in prison in Yorkshire to keep them apart. Alleyne, who fell out with 6ft 6in enforcer Tiny Braithwaite during their trial, branded him a snitch and laughed that he is a walking ghost at Highdown jail in Surrey. Alleyne moaned about being trapped behind bars, before asking for gang members -- the team 4 life -- to send him their numbers. RESEARCH into the controversial creation of animal-human hybrid embryos is being driven out of Britain, it appeared today. Three studies into creating treatments for incurable illnesses by fusing human cells with animal eggs have been abandoned after publicly funded research councils refused to back them. In a further blow to the research, Professor Justin St John of Warwick University -- one of the three scientists licensed to carry out the work -- has left the UK for a job in Australia. He is understood to be disillusioned with the bureaucracy involved. The new Human Fertilisation And Embryology Act was specifically amended to permit the creation of cloned embryos from human cells mixed with the eggs of cows, pigs, sheep or other animals. London Lite Monday, 5 October 2009 23 MANWHOKNIFEDKINSELLASBRAGGINGLETTERTOHISCREW Redtapeforcesanimal-human embryoresearchoutofBritain RACE home this evening and apply for the next series of Channel 4s Relocation, Relocation. Yes, if you are lucky enough to be looking to buy two homes, then let TVs top property experts Kirstie Allsopp, above, and Phil Spencer lend a hand. Call 0141 353 8457 or email relocation@iwcmedia. Must... Race home and relocate, relocate tonight! Innocent: Ben Kinsella was stabbed 11 times Beeb to sell off historic studios THE BBCS historic Maida Vale studios are to be sold. The venues 75th anniversary will be celebrated on 30 October with live music from Snow Patrol and Jamie Cullum. But the BBC has admitted its long-term plan is to dispose of Maida Vale. Hard cheese for milder flavours SALES of mature cheddar are soaring as Brits ditch milder versions for a stronger taste. Nigel White of the British Cheese Board, said it was because more complex flavours of curry and other spicy foods have hardened our palates. Unrepentant: letter to gang from Ben Kinsellas killer Michael Alleyne, aka Tigger BY GEORGINA LITTLEJOHN King of Swagger killer shows no remorse in jail for Bens murder Cell boasts: Michael Alleyne index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html48.html49.html50.html51.html52.html53.html54.html55.html