Tony McLernon: Final moments of pregnant woman kicked to her death by ex-boyfriend who also killed his unborn baby

Lured to her death by text: Final moments of pregnant woman kicked to death by ex-boyfriend who also killed his unborn baby Tony McLernon, 24, killed Eystna Blunnie, 20, in Harlow, Essex, last yearLured her to address with text message saying 'I've got a surprise for you'Savage beating in the street killed Miss Blunnie and their unborn childTried to blame attack on two men saying he had been unable to help herJury at Chelmsford Crown Court took just two hours to find him guiltyCCTV footage shows Miss Blunnie en route to meet her killer our family was shattered by the death of a loving daughter, Eystna, and her unborn child, Rose. 'The worst part was to find out that their deaths were such a brutal murder

"I think I"ve killed her": Father-to-be"s text message "after kicking and stamping his heavily pregnant ex-girlfriend to…

'I think I've killed her': Father-to-be's text message 'after kicking and stamping his heavily pregnant ex-girlfriend to death in alcohol and drug fuelled rage' Tony McLernon accused of killing Eystna Blunnie, 20, in Essex The couple had recently broken up after an abusive relationshipChelmsford Crown Court hears Miss Blunnie had been heavily pregnantMcLernon, 24, from Harlow, denies murdering his former girlfriend By Leon Watson PUBLISHED: 11:41 GMT, 20 February 2013 | UPDATED: 12:09 GMT, 20 February 2013 A man beat his heavily pregnant ex-girlfriend to death and killed their unborn child in a 'brutal and sustained' attack, a court has heard.

Another 125 Comet stores to close as 5,000 staff face redundancy just a week before Christmas

Another 125 Comet stores to close as 5,000 staff face redundancy just a week before ChristmasThe remaining 70 stores will stay open until all remaining stock is soldAdministrators also plan to close the company's distribution centre in Harlow, Essex, this Friday | UPDATED: 11:39 GMT, 28 November 2012 Up to 5,000 staff at electricals chain Comet could be out of a job just a week before Christmas after administrators today announced a further 125 stores will close. Administrators Deloitte said it would only keep the remaining 70 stores open until all remaining stock is sold. Around 5,000 employees work across the 195 Comet stores, with more than 3,000 jobs expected to be affected by today's decision