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Daniel’s Trust
FIGHT AGAINST BULLYING
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Deepcut & Beyond
Deepcut & Beyond was formed on 11th November 2003 in response of nearly 50 families of soldiers that have died in noncombat situations in coming forward and joining together

They have a common aim in finding out the TRUTH in how and why these deaths were allowed to happen, fighting for JUSTICE to hold to account and prosecute those responsible with a hope that CHANGE will take place to protect other families and prevent future deaths

Over 1750 noncombat deaths have been reported in the last 10 years. This figure includes road accidents and genuine natural causes.

Other deaths are not as easily explained and are not fully investigated by the MOD, and over 200 of these deaths are fire arm related


If you would like to support Deepcut & Beyond and would like to become involved with the campaign please email

 into the deaths at Deepcut

The Case of Private Geoff Gray

A conspiricy of silence

In the May 2005 General Election Kevin McNamara stood down as Member of Parliament for Hull North

Kevin  started then spearheaded the  Deepcut & Beyond campaign for the last 2 years

Army Deaths
 Families Demand Justice

Fight
    Against
        Bullying



24 May 2004 Adam Ingram announced the appointment of  the Adult Learning Inspectorate (ALI) to conduct independent inspection and oversight of the armed forces’ training establishments.”
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ALI report
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On the 1st December 2004 families from Deepcut & Beyond were asked to give evidence at the Defence Select Committee hearing into the Duty of Care of recruits.
These included parents who had lost children in  Deepcut, Catterick & Overseas
Defence Select Committee Report

Oral Evidence
Deepcut Review
By Nicholas Blake QC

Review announced by
The Rt Hon Adam Ingram, Minister of State for the Armed Forces
on Wednesday, 15 December 2004.
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Amnesty International