Footage of a woman accused of murdering her war hero father - filmed just days before she allegedly confessed to the killing - can be disclosed for the first time by MailOnline. Carrying her washing to a local launderette, Barbara Coombes, with her distinct white hair and bulky frame, cut a lonely figure as she trundled along the pavement. Pictured ten days before Christmas the 63-year-old appeared tired and ill while she carried out her weekly washing chore at the Spring-Clean launderette.
London - A British pensioner allegedly murdered and buried in his garden by his daughter was a ‘domineering control freak’ who liked to humiliate her, it was claimed on Wednesday night. Police launched an investigation after Barbara Coombes, 63, walked into a police station and confessed to killing her ‘strict disciplinarian’ father Kenneth.
The wife of a Conservative council leader who called for a crackdown on Windsor's homeless has posted Instagram photographs of their luxury skiing trip to the Rocky Mountains, saying: 'Baby, it's cold outside.' Sue Dudley, 54, is married to Simon Dudley, head of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, who said the homeless could paint the town in a 'sadly unfavourable light' when Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle in May.
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Selecting a term
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