Wolverhampton-born children’s TV presenter Mark Speight is no longer being treated as a murder suspect by police.

The presenter was arrested and bailed on suspicion of murder and supplying Class A drugs after the body of his fiancee, fellow presenter Natasha Collins was discovered at the couple’s home in north-west London.

A statement released by police into the "unexplained" death said that the man in his 40s arrested at the scene had had his bail over suspicion of murder cancelled. It added that he remained bailed to return in February regarding suspicion of supplying Class A drugs.

The presenter has insisted he had nothing to do with his fiancee’s death.

Collins was found dead in the bath at the couple’s penthouse home in St John’s Wood last Thursday. An inquest heard that the death of the actress was "non-suspicious at this stage".