MoD to review Army’s training procedures following deaths

The
Ministry of Defence is to carry out an "in-depth reappraisal" of the
armed forces’ training procedures.

The
review has been ordered following controversy sparked after the deaths of four
young soldiers at Deepcut training camp in Surrey.

The
MoD will look at whether the training is too harsh and examine what scope there
is for bullying and sexual harassment.

The
review is expected to take about two months.

By Quentin Reade

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