A man was seen smiling and fist-bumping his loved ones as he was jailed for life over a brutal gangland slaying.

Khalid Nur, 22, of Graylands Close, Slough, is the fourth man to be sentenced over the murder of Kyron Lee on October 2, 2022.

Mr Lee, 21, was run down by a car in Slough before being chased and hacked to death by a gang armed with machete-style knives.

At Reading Crown Court yesterday (June 19), three of the killers were jailed for a combined total of almost 70 years.

Judge Amjad Nawaz said the murder marked the culmination of "tit-for-tat" violence between rival gangs.

Mr Lee was killed in Waterman Court, a residential road, in full view of members of the public.

Nur appeared in court today (June 20), having been convicted of murder at trial last summer.

The court heard he was one of the group of four men who chased Mr Lee armed with knives - after a fifth conspirator, 19-year-old Fras Seedahmed, ran the victim down with a stolen Golf.

The gang hacked at him with the machetes, before fleeing the scene - leaving their victim to die on the pavement.

The men all tried to flee the country in the aftermath of the slaying.

Nur went to Gatwick Airport, but his passport was due to expire - leading border officials to turn him away.

He was apprehended by police shortly after.

Judge Nawaz told the court he had received a letter from Nur, expressing his remorse over the killing.

The judge said: "I have no doubt that you are an intelligent man ... having read your well-articulated letter, in which you express your regret."

Nevertheless, he recognised that the defendant had played an outsized role in the murder, being part of the group that fatally stabbed Mr Lee.

The judge jailed him for life, with a minimum term of 24 years and three months.

After the sentence was read out, Nur was seen smiling and fist-bumping loved ones from behind a glass screen in the dock.

The fifth of Mr Lee's killers - Elias Almallah, 22, of Eltham Avenue, Slough - is to be sentenced at a later date.