Asked if the Surrey Police report on Deepcut was the reason for looking again at the prospect of holding an inquiry into the deaths of 4 recruits who died at Deepcut Barracks, the PMOS replied that Adam Ingram was going to be making a statement in the House at 12.30, and would therefore prefer to leave it up to him. As the PMOS understood it, the problem was about witnesses not coming forward to testify, but it would be addressed in more detail later.
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