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Pte James from Llangollen, Denbighshire, was the second of four young soldiers found dead at the Royal Logistic Corps barracks in Surrey between 1995 to 2002, amid allegations of bullying, violence and sexual abuse.The inquest heard that while relationships between instructors and trainees were prohibited, the rules had not been clearly written down.‘We think it was a mother, her grown up daughter and two grandsons,’ Mrs Martin from Stone Market, Suffolk, said.
He went on: "It is not an aspect that's unique to the armed forces, but I recognise there are certain aspects of military culture that accentuate that." In the absence of a written policy about relationships, he agreed that a corporal or sergeant “might have thought it was acceptable to try it on with a young female to have a relationship”. Young trainees at the Surrey barracks who were waiting for training or their postings were “bored, demotivated and increasingly prone to ill-discipline” and there was ready access to alcohol.
After the interview, assistant head Dafydd Morris, who was also head of child protection, allegedly told school nurse Sian Hughes they should 'let him sweat on it', the inquest heard, although the teacher denied making this comment.
The matter was referred to Wrexham social services, and social worker Paula Moran said she advised Ms Hughes that Yale be interviewed - unaware the girl had accepted his version of events and they had not had sex.
Young soldiers at Deepcut were poorly supervised, with around one staff member per 60 trainees.
A woman had to be rescued from a canal after her husband accidentally let go of her wheelchair.