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Helen Bailey murder trial: Defence claims author's death could have been 'terrible accident   Helen Bailey 'love bombed' by 'Gorgeous, Grey-Haired Widower' who plotted to kill author and claim her £3.5m fortune   Helen Bailey murder trial: Ian Stewart 'grossly deceived' author   Jurors told of 'more evidence' in Helen Bailey murder trial   RECAP: Helen Bailey murder trial continues - jury due to hear of possible Helen sighting  
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Helen Bailey murder trial: Jurors set to retire and consider verdict

The prosecution claim that Stewart allegedly murdered Ms Bailey, “probably by suffocation” on Monday April 11, 2016
Ely News Also reported by •Cambridge News

Helen Bailey murder trial: Defence claims author's death could have been 'terrible accident"

helen bailey murder trial: defence claims author's death could have been 'terrible accident
Wealthy Royston author Helen Bailey could have choked while unconscious after voluntarily taking a sleeping drug with alcohol - and may not have been unlawfully killed, it has been claimed.
Cambridge News Also reported by •Ely News

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News video: Disappearance of children's author ends in tragic discovery

Disappearance of children's author ends in tragic discovery 01:00

Police announced they discovered Helen Bailey’s body on the grounds of her Royston home.
Source: The Washington Post -

 

Helen Bailey murder trial: Accused either "devious killer" or "loving family man"

Today (February 16) prosecutor Stuart Trimmer concluded his closing speech to jurors, with the defence speech set to continue into Friday
Cambridge News Also reported by •Ely News

Helen Bailey 'love bombed' by 'Gorgeous, Grey-Haired Widower' who plotted to kill author and claim her £3.5m fortune

helen bailey 'love bombed' by 'gorgeous, grey-haired widower' who plotted to kill author and claim her £3.5m fortune
Ian Stewart denies smothering his "besotted" bride-to-be after drugging her with prescription sedatives in bid to snatch her riches.
Daily Record

Helen Bailey murder trial: Ian Stewart 'grossly deceived' author

helen bailey murder trial: ian stewart 'grossly deceived' author
BBC Local News: Beds, Herts and Bucks -- The man accused of killing children's author Helen Bailey "grossly deceived" her, a trial is told.
BBC Local News Also reported by •BBC News

Jurors told of 'more evidence' in Helen Bailey murder trial

jurors told of 'more evidence' in helen bailey murder trial
Jurors were expected to hear the end of the defence case today (Wednesday), but were told that more evidence had come to light
Ely News Also reported by •Cambridge News

Helen Bailey murder trial: Cafe owner 'saw author after disappearance'

BBC Local News: Beds, Herts and Bucks -- A court hears from a man who claims to have seen author Helen Bailey weeks after she went missing.
BBC Local News

RECAP: Helen Bailey murder trial continues - jury due to hear of possible Helen sighting

recap: helen bailey murder trial continues - jury due to hear of possible helen sighting
Fiance Ian Stewart has denied the killing
Ely News Also reported by •Cambridge News

Helen Bailey murder trial: Author 'seen' after 'time of death'

helen bailey murder trial: author 'seen' after 'time of death'
BBC Local News: Beds, Herts and Bucks -- Neighbour claims she saw Helen Bailey after the time it is alleged she was killed by her fiance.
BBC Local News

'Sighting' of Royston author Helen Bailey hours after she was allegedly murdered by fiancé

'sighting' of royston author helen bailey hours after she was allegedly murdered by fiancé
The defence case continued at St Albans Crown Court on Tuesday, with various witnesses claiming they saw Ms Bailey on the alleged murder date
Ely News Also reported by •Cambridge News

Fiancé of Royston author Helen Bailey denies claims "imagined" kidnappers were modelled on men he already knew

fiancé of royston author helen bailey denies claims imagined kidnappers were modelled on men he already knew
Taking to the witness stand for the fourth day today (Monday, February 13), Ian Stewart admitted that he knew two men called Nick and Joe from his time living in Bassingbourn
Ely News Also reported by •Cambridge News

Helen Bailey's fiancee accused of carrying out 'charade' 

helen bailey's fiancee accused of carrying out 'charade' 
Prosecutor Stuart Trimmer claimed the 'kidnappers' appearance, as described by the defendant, bore a striking resemblance to two men Stewart knew from Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire.
MailOnline

Helen Bailey murder accused challenged over 'kidnap' pair

The prosecution in the Helen Bailey murder trial calls two neighbours into court.
BBC News

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