Hiya I'm Katie I'm 18 years old and live in Wrexham but originally from London.At the moment I have a fiance who's a male but it's not really working.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 should have been made aware of the situation so that we had some warning of Yale's state of mind on that day - at the very least we would have been able to check up on him.'Katie Carroll, an expert lawyer at Irwin Mitchell representing the family said: 'The family are grateful to the coroner for examining the evidence and we are investigating the events further to help determine if more could have been done to prevent this tragedy.Deepcut barracks had a “sexualised atmosphere” at the time Pte Cheryl James was found shot dead and recruits had complained of unwanted sexual propositions from some non-commissioned officers an inquest heard.Many young trainees were put on solitary armed guard duty, sometimes as punishment, but the Army had not considered the risk of “self harm” this posed.
Well where do i start , I'm sarah, 18 live in the UK but was originally born in Malaysia. gram - Hey there, I'm never very good at these things, but here goes! I guess I'm quite shy until you get to know me then I come out of my shell!
Derrick and Jackie Martin were on holiday in Denbighshire, Wales, when the unfortunate incident happened.
Mrs Martin, 55, was being pushed along by her husband with their Highland terrier, Billy, when the dog’s leash got tangled around his legs.
The coroner invited the legal representatives of the family, Denbighshire and Wrexham local authorities and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board to submit their views on a possible Regulation 28 letter aimed at preventing future deaths.
They have asked specialist law firm Irwin Mitchell to investigate the events leading up to his death and together lawyers and Yale's parents have urged schools across the country to take note of the tragic incident.'The way our son was treated seems so heavy handed.
Brig John Donnelly, director of personal services for the Army, agreed with Bridget Dolan, counsel for inquest, that there were complaints of “unwanted sexual propositioning by NCOs of recruits” at the base.