A police officer has received a special commendation for the way he ensured the smooth running of the Helen Bailey murder trial, which made headlines around the world.
The family of Royston murderer Ian Stewart’s first wife today backed a police re-examination of her death.
Royston murderer Ian Stewart was today sentenced to a minimum of 34 years’ imprisonment after being found guilty of killing his fiancée, author Helen Bailey, to get his hands on her £4 million fortune.
The officer who led the investigation into Royston murderer Ian Stewart has said that following today’s guilty verdict he will be looking into the death of his first wife as well.
The family of Helen Bailey have said that ‘a long shadow has been cast over the lives of so many’ – after Ian Stewart was found guilty of killing the Royston children’s author this afternoon.
Ian Stewart has today been found guilty of murdering his partner Helen Bailey who he shared a home with in Royston – here we take a look back at the key points in the St Albans Crown Court trial.
Ian Stewart has been found guilty by a jury of murdering his partner, Royston children’s author Helen Bailey.
The jury has been sent out in the murder trial of Ian Stewart, who is accused of killing Royston author Helen Bailey and dumping her body in a cesspit.
Royston author Helen Bailey was kidnapped by two former associates of her late husband, St Albans Crown Court heard today.
Ian Stewart admitted he had told lies as cross-examination began in the Royston murder trial at St Albans Crown Court this afternoon.
Ian Stewart said there’s ‘no way’ he murdered his partner Helen Bailey when he took to the witness stand as the defence case in the Royston murder trial opened today at St Albans Crown Court.
The jury in the trial of Ian Stewart – who is accused of murdering his partner Helen Bailey – were today shown a series of pictures of the cesspit where the Royston author’s body was found.