Attorney General allows new Deepcut inquest

The Attorney General has allowed Liberty, acting on behalf of the family of Cheryl James, to apply to the High Court for a new inquest into her death. She was found dead at Deepcut Barracks in 1995.

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Possible fresh inquest into death of soldier at Deepcut

They've never believed that their daughter killed herself and now her parents say they're a step closer to learning the truth.

Private Cheryl James was one of four young recruits found shot dead at Deepcut Barracks in Surrey, between 1995 and 2002.

The families have never accepted that they committed suicide.

Now the Government's Chief legal adviser has given Des and Doreen James permission to apply for a new inquest into Cheryl's death. Rachel Hepworth reports

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