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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Soldier's family allowed to seek new inquest into her death

The father of a soldier who died at Deepcut barracks 18 years ago hopes the decision to allow him to seek a new inquest will bring "closure", according to a BBC report.

The attorney general is allowing the family of Pte Cheryl James, who grew up in Llangollen, to ask the High Court for a new inquest.

Pte James, 18, was found dead at the barracks in Surrey in 1995 and an inquest recorded an open verdict.

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