A TEENAGER charged with murder in Slough is due to enter a plea next month.

An 18-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has been charged with the murder of Temur Qureshi, 19, after an incident in Hampden Road on September 30 at about 11.20am.

The teen is currently being held in custody until his trial at Reading Crown Court which is due to start on April 2, 2024.

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However, he was in court on Monday (November 27) for a trial preparation hearing where he was due to be arraigned in front of Judge Heather Norton.

But the teen's defence barrister asked for the arraignment of the youth, who arrived in court wearing a grey tracksuit, to be adjourned so she could review the CCTV footage and properly advise the teen on his plea.

Judge Norton agreed to adjourn the arraignment until December 15 but only if she is informed by Wednesday (November 29) if the trial will be going ahead due to scheduling issues.

The teen, who has also been charged with possession of a bladed article, will remain in custody until his hearing next month.

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Messages and tributes have since been left at the scene for Temur, alongside flowers on the corner.