A man charged with murder appeared before a judge via video link on Monday - two months after the vicious stabbing of a man in the underground car park at Slough's Tesco store on Brunel Way on Wellington Street.

Aqib Pervaiz, of Rochford Gardens, Slough, appeared from HMP Bullingdon in Oxfordshire before Judge Angela Morris charged with one count of murder, which was confirmed by prosecuting barrister Alan Blake.

The 26-year-old was charged in connection with the death of Nadeem Uddin Hameed Mohammed who was stabbed in the chest.

Police and paramedics rushed to the scene at 12.32pm on May 8 where they found the 24-year-old Mr Mohammed badly injured.

He was rushed to hospital and died soon after.

Pervaiz, who has a dark, thick beard wore a dark jumper in his video appearance. The hearing was relayed to him via a translator who sat with defence counsel Gary Bell QC.

Judge Morris told Pervaiz that he would be asked to enter a plea on September 20 and that he would be remanded in custody.

Pervaiz spoke only to confirm his name and that he had understood what was happening.

A provisional trial date was set for October 2

The dead man Mr Mohammed, a shop manager from Southall in west London, had only been married to his wife Aafsha for a year. A GoFundMe page, which aimed to raise £30,000 for the pregnant mother reached almost £8,000 in just three days following his death.

The total stands at just over £10,500. Visit www.gofundme.com/f/support-for-nadeem-funderal.

A statement on the fundraising page said: "Absolutely devastating news about Nadeem from Hyderabad who got murdered at the Tesco car park, at the young age of 24 and he only got married about 10 months ago, his wife Aafsha needs all your support as she is currently in a shock and 7 months pregnant.

"Words are not enough to express the sorrow and grief his wife is going through and our heart pours out for his wife."