Huntley inquiry request evidence

16th January 2004 at 00:00
Staff at Soham Village college will provide evidence for an inquiry into how murderer Ian Huntley was able to get a job as school caretaker despite a series of sex allegations.

Sir Michael Bichard, who is heading the independent inquiry, has written to the secondary school and other bodies including the Department for Education and Skills requesting information.

Sir Michael will decide, based on the evidence supplied who will face the three-week hearing next month. The final report is expected in the summer.

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