The trial of those accused of the murder of PC Andrew Harper is set to recommence sometime during the third week of June 2020.
PC Harper was killed in August last year (2019) after responding to reports of a burglary in process.
The original trial had started shortly before COVID-19 began to spread rapidly throughout the UK population.
But the presiding judge decided to stop the trial owing to the risk posed by COVID-19, and because several jurors had started to show signs of having the deadly virus.
During a hearing that was held today at the Old Bailey, a decision was made that the trial will begin with a new jury on a day during the week commencing 15th June; a specific date has not yet been set.