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- Updates on Tuesday 9 August 2016
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BBC Midlands Today
Two men deny murdering warehouse manager Akhtar Javeed who was shot dead in an alleged armed robbery in Birmingham.
Suraj Mistry, 26, from Leicester and Lemar Wali, 18, from Derby also deny conspiring to rob and possessing firearms with intent to cause fear of violence.
The crown allege the man who pulled the trigger was Tahir Zarif, 25, from Derby, who fled to Pakistan after the murder and is still at liberty.
Another man Asif Aurangzaib, 25, also from Derby, denies a charge of conspiracy to rob. At an earlier hearing a Dutch national, Sander van Aalten, 50, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to rob.
The trial continues.
BBC Midlands Today
The 'terribly brave' manager of a soft drinks firm in Birmingham was shot after refusing to open the safe for robbers, a jury heard.
Akhtar Javeed, 56, from east London, died outside the warehouse in Digbeth in February.
Opening the case at Birmingham Crown Court, James Curtis QC said: "He was terribly brave. Resisting the order to open the safe he tried to escape. But he was summarily shot.
"He was able to burst outside, mortally wounded, where he collapsed on the pavement and died from the shock and the blood loss."
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Friends of Simon Brown, who died as he leaned out of a Gatwick Express train, have said the 24-year-old was a "life-long railway fanatic".
Friend Reuben Smith has launched a fundraising page to help cover the costs of the funeral.
"Railways were his life. I have known him since we were 12. It is very sad."
Writing on his fundraising page, Mr Smith said: "Simon was a great friend of ours and a real light in the railway world. He was always smiling, cheerful and would bend over backwards to help anyone. There's now a massive hole in our close-knit community where he was.
It will be a fine, albeit breezy, afternoon with sunshine and a scattering of fair weather cloud.
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A man who died in a train accident on Sunday has been named as 24-year-old Simon Brown.
The Daily Mirror is reporting that the train enthusiast and railway worker was originally from East Grinstead, West Sussex, had recently moved to the Bristol area to be closer to his girlfriend.
Simon was killed close to Wandsworth Common Station in London as he leaned out of a Gatwick Express train window. He suffered a fatal head injury.
A Justgiving page set up by Simon's friends has raised £2,000 towards a funeral and to create a memorial on the train he worked on.
A 22-year-old man arrested after climbing over security fence at Buckingham Palace, say police
An IPCC spokeswoman said: "The IPCC is independently investigating police actions prior to a fatal road traffic incident in south London in the early hours of Tuesday 9 August in which a woman has died and a man has been critically injured.
"The Metropolitan Police referred the matter to the IPCC because a police vehicle was following the car involved in the collision immediately prior to the incident.
"IPCC investigators attended the scene and also the post-incident procedures where the officers involved are providing their accounts. The investigation is in its early stages."
A woman in her 20s has died in a car crash after a police pursuit by officers investigating a drone that was being flown near prison grounds.
Police were called to Groom Crescent near Wandsworth Prison in south London in the early hours and began following a car that they saw driving away.
A short while later, the car crashed in Ashcombe Street at the junction of Wandsworth Bridge Road, and the woman passenger was pronounced dead at the scene.
The driver, a man also thought to be in his 20s, is in a critical condition in hospital.
The police watchdog is investigating.
Hire bikes in London will be free to use this weekend to celebrate the scheme's sixth anniversary.
A shareable code will be publicised which when entered into the Santander Cycles app or docking station terminal, will provide free access to the cycles with all journeys up to 30 minutes.
Since the launch of London’s cycle hire scheme in July 2010 more than 52 million journeys have been made.
These young Londoners say they live in fear of being stabbed.
We spoke to them at the CRIB in hackney and Brixton Soup Kitchen.
One in three families in England could not pay their rent or mortgage for more than a month if they lost their job, a study for the charity Shelter suggests.
High housing costs and a lack of personal savings are cited by the charity as reasons for this.
The online survey by pollsters YouGov in July questioned 1,581 people in working families with children.
"Strong protections" are in place for "those who fall on difficult times," a government spokesman commented.
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