The midweek round-up: The five most read Express stories so far this week

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5.) Man's body found in Langley following 'fear for welfare incident'

The body of a man was found at a property in Fox Road, Langley on Sunday morning.

Police were called to an address in the road at 8am to reports of a ‘fear for welfare incident’.


4.) Slough robber jailed for six years

A 39-year-old man from Slough has been jailed after pleading guilty to robbery offences.

Anthony Watling, of Furzen Close, was sentenced to a total of six years in prison at Reading Crown Court on Friday.


3.) Tributes paid to Long Walk horse-drawn carriage driver

The founder of a horse-drawn carriage service in Windsor who brought joy to sightseers with unique rides through Windsor Great Park has passed away.

After years of determination, John Seear turned Orchard Poyle Carriage Hire, operators of Windsor Carriages, into one of the town’s top attractions.


2.) Cyclist suffers fractured cheekbone after attack in Slough alleyway

A cyclist in Slough has been left ‘traumatised’ after a group of men threw him from his bicycle and carried out a vicious assault on Friday night.

At about 8.30pm, the 40-year-old man was cycling between the alleyway of Minster Way and St Mary’s Road when he was approached by a group of black men.


1.) Eyewitnesses feared 'someone must have died' after car fires

This is the terrifying moment two cars burst into a ball of flames after a crash on Royal Windsor Way.

Eyewitnesses described hearing a ‘screeching of tyres’ and a ‘loud bang’ as a Volkswagen Golf and Seat collided on the road just before 6.15pm on Sunday.

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