The Bradford Moor murder trial is set to sit for two more days without the jury present.

Mohammed Nisar Khan (known as Meggy), 41, of Holme Lane, Tong, and Tony Grant, 39, of Queens Road, Bradford, deny the murder of Amriz Iqbal, the attempted murder of Adnan Ahmed, and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.

Nadeem Khan, 35, of Gledhow Wood Road, Roundhay, Leeds, and Salman Ismail, 31, of Hollin Road, Shipley, deny conspiracy to pervert the course of justice. Ismail also denies arson. 

The jury last heard evidence in the trial last Wednesday.

The following day was set aside as a 'legal day' for legal arguments about the case to be resolved without the jury present. Those discussions continued on Friday.

As the trial enters its third week the legal discussions continue and the jury is not expected to resume hearing evidence until Wednesday, when Peter Moulson QC will continue setting out the prosecution case.

Under the Contempt of Court Act 1981, we cannot report discussions which take place without the jury present.

As and when the jury returns to the courtroom, our live reporting of the trial will be able to resume.