A FULL inquest into the death of a ‘high-flying’ cadet at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst will take place more than three years after she died.

Olivia Perks’s body was found hanged in her room on February 6, 2019.

A pre-inquest review into the cadet’s death took place in October 2019 and another took place today [May 20, 2021].

At today’s hearing it was announced the provisional date for the full inquest hearing will be May 3, 2022.

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Another pre-inquest will take place before that, on 20 December 2021.

Olivia Perks had been in the last term of a 44-week officer training course at the Royal Military Academy when her body was found by Sergeant Major Richard Pask.

Discussing the scope of the inquest, assistant Berkshire coroner Alan Blake said the events leading up to Olivia’s death -- including a disciplinary warning she was given over failing to return to her barracks following a party -- will be considered.

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The “general drinking culture” and “sexual relationships” will not be considered, however, with only matters related to Ms Perks to be reviewed.

A representative from the Ministry of Defence said: “This is not an inquiry into the general practices at Sandhurst.”

Mr Blake said evidence from 18 witnesses will be considered.

The pre-inquest review took place at Reading Town Hall on Thursday, May 20.