Jurors sitting on the high-profile murder case of special constable Nisha Patel-Nasri went out to consider their verdict at 3.20pm on Monday (19).

A source at the Old Baliey, where the trial against her husband and three other men is taking place, said the jury could be out for up to eight days.

Husband Fadi Nari is alleged to have ordered the killing of his 29-year-old wife to clear his £100,000 debts and start a new life with his Lithuanian lover.

He is charged with murder alongside Tony Emmanuel, 42, of East Ham, Rodger Leslie, 38,of Bells Hill, Barnet and Jaosn Jones, 36, of Manor Park, east London.