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THE Deepcut army barracks where four young army recruits died is to be sold.
THE mother of a Scottish soldier who died at the Deepcut army barracks expressed her "shock and surprise" yesterday when it emerged that the controversial Surrey training centre was set to close.
IT ARRIVED in the post only a week after the soldier who murdered John Dobson's son was sentenced. The Army Board requested the "pleasure" of the grieving father's company at an evening reception.
ARMY chiefs are to reopen one of the most tragic controversies to hit the forces in recent years, by agreeing to a new inquiry into the deaths of young recruits at the Deepcut Barracks.
AN INDEPENDENT watchdog will oversee concerns about bullying and harassment in the military following the Deepcut controversy, it emerged yesterday.
MILITARY police are to be asked to launch a fresh investigation into allegations of bullying at the Deepcut barracks after an independent inquiry into the deaths of four young soldiers uncovered "clear evidence of foul abuse".
AMNESTY International has called for a public inquiry into the deaths of four young recruits at the Deepcut army barracks in Surrey.
A CULTURE of bullying and abuse at the Deepcut Barracks where four young recruits were found dead will be exposed by investigators this week, triggering fresh calls for a public inquiry.
A REPORT on the deaths of four Army recruits at the Deepcut barracks in Surrey will this week reveal evidence of bullying and sexual abuse at the training camp, it was reported last night.
A CORONER backed calls yesterday for a public inquiry into the events surrounding the deaths of four soldiers at Deepcut barracks after an inquest jury returned an open verdict on the death of a young Scottish private.
A YOUNG soldier had been jilted by his girlfriend when he confessed his love for her weeks before he was found shot dead at Deepcut barracks, an inquest heard yesterday.
Private James Collinson, 17, of Perth, who was found dead at Deepcut barracks in 2002, had twice asked to leave the army, fearing dyslexia would hinder his progress, Epsom Magistrates Court heard.
A FORENSIC psychologist told an inquest yesterday that a young Scots soldier appeared to have gone through an "emotional rollercoaster" in the months before he was found shot dead.
A SOLDIER yesterday denied pulling the trigger that left a young Scots recruit shot dead on guard duty at the notorious Deepcut barracks.
The rifle found with the body of Private James Collinson, the young Scottish soldier shot dead at Deepcut Army Barracks, was definitely the weapon used to fire the fatal bullet, an inquest heard yesterday.
A YOUNG Scottish recruit at the Deepcut army barracks had a fight with another soldier over his former girlfriend in the week before he was found shot dead, an inquest heard yesterday.
A MILITARY investigator yesterday dismissed suggestions that the gun used to shoot a soldier at the Deepcut Army Barracks had been moved after his death - despite admitting she changed her evidence on its position.
A TEENAGE Scottish soldier was found shot in the head at the Deepcut barracks just hours after telling colleagues he was thinking of killing himself, a jury was told yesterday at his inquest.