ELLIOT Turner has never expressed a “single word of sadness” over the death of girlfriend Emily Longley, a court heard.

Prosecutor Timothy Mousley QC pressed Turner during cross examination at Winchester Crown Court this morning, asking: “What words have you ever expressed of Emily’s death?”

Turner added: “Obviously, I am very sad, but I cannot break down here. I have to answer your questions.”

Turner, who is accused of murdering the 17-year-old Brockenhurst College student, was also asked why he waited one hour before the emergency services were called.

Turner said he didn’t realise she was dead as he was “no paramedic”.

Turner, 20, of Queenswood Avenue, Bournemouth denies murdering Emily on May 7, 2011.

He is also accused, with his parents Leigh Turner, 54, and Anita Turner, 51, of perverting the course of justice.

All three deny the charges.

The trial continues.