A man has been jailed for minimum 19 years for killing a student last summer.

Haaris Rana, 22, of Stainby Close, West Drayton, was sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum term of 19 years for the murder of Seyyed Rasta Mir-Feyzi on May 31, 2017.

Yasir Ibrahim, 22, of Maddison Close, East Finchley, was sentenced to eight years in prison for attempting to cause grievous bodily harm at the Old Bailey along with Rana on February 14.

Police were called to Great North Leisure Park off High Road in Finchley just after 8.30pm on May 31 last year, where Mr Mir-Feyzi had been assaulted.

He was attacked during a fight involving a number of people in the car park, then shortly afterwards a car, driven by Rana, was deliberately driven at the victim.

Mr Mir-Feyzi was taken by London's Air Ambulance to an east London hospital and died on June 1.

Mr Mir-Feyzi, Seyyed's father, said: "Since my son's death, the man responsible for his murder has also killed my family and me too. I feel like I have lost a part of my body. Knowing that he can never come back has left me and my wife broken.

"We donated our son's organs and from this, parts of our son live on. Four people have the gift of life because of his death. We were informed that a man in his 30s received one kidney, a female in her 20s received the other, a man in his 30s received his liver and another man in his 40s received our son's heart.

"It is terrible that his life was cut short in such an unnecessary way. He had a future, he wanted to join the Royal Navy or the Police. He had plans; he had an amazing life; he was loved and I know he would have gone on to do great things."

The young man, from North Finchley, had completed his Bachelor of Science degree in computer network security at Westminster Univsersity shortly before his death.

The two men were found guilt on February 9 by majority jury after being charged in June last year.