The jury at the inquest into the death of Mark Duggan have been told that a verdict can be reached if eight out of 10 jurors agree on a decision.

The possible outcomes of the inquest are lawful killing, unlawful killing or open conclusion. The jury were previously told that they must come to a unanimous decision.

The jury retired to day to make their verdict and have been given until the end of tomorrow to do so. If they fail to reach a conclusion before tomorrow, then the proceedings will continue on 2 January.

Meanwhile, the candlelight vigil that was set to coincide with the verdict of the inquest has been postponed.