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Army recruit Stewart Thompson on Deepcut's 'brutal' regime

In his first television interview, Stewart Thompson, who suffered a breakdown after Army training at Deepcut barracks, has been telling the BBC's Joanna Gosling about the culture he encountered there.

Four recruits at Deepcut took their lives between 1995 and 2002, amid accusations of abuse and bullying.

Whilst the Army treated all of the deaths as suicides, each of the families has disagreed.

Watch full interview on the Victoria Derbyshire website

  • 27 Jul 2016
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