A FRESH probe into the death of a mother who was stabbed by her paranoid schizophrenic daughter will see the case go to full inquest next year.

Vittoria Baker, 52, was killed by Kauthar Silvera, then 29, at her flat in Friars Wharf, Oxford, in August 2012.

Silvera was discharged by the Littlemore Mental Health Centre on August 10 2012, just two days before she is believed to have knifed Ms Baker.

The killer was found by police wearing a pink wig and a green raincoat on August 16 after spending three days with her mother’s body.

Silvera was sectioned indefinitely under the Mental Health Act in August 2013 after pleading guilty to one count of manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.

Oxfordshire coroner Darren Salter today held a pre-inquest review for Ms Baker's death, where he set out who will be asked to give evidence.

The coroner confirmed a full inquest will be held during a two-week period commencing on March 25 2019.

Today's pre-inquest review heard several people who came into contact with Silvera in 2012 could be required to speak, including ex-employees of Thames Valley Police and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.

A member of the family was in attendance at Oxford Coroner's Court, alongside QC's representing the Silvera family, Thames Valley Police, Oxford Health and Oxfordshire County Council.

Mr Salter said he would give 'careful consideration' to a jury sitting at the full inquest, however this is not mandatory.

In June 2014, Silvera collapsed and died at a Birmingham hospital aged 31, when a blood clot from her leg entered her lung.