Britain's most prestigious military boarding school is facing damaging new claims that it covered up allegations of abuse against students.
On Saturday The Telegraph exposed how the Ministry of Defence appeared to collude The Duke of York's Royal Military School to stifle claims of bullying and abuse.
Kent Police launched a review into their alleged failure to investigate dozens of criminal allegations at the school, and at least one detective inspector has been disciplined.
The force has set up a dedicated team to review claims about the school, which is seen as a breeding ground for future army leaders and boasts His Royal Highness, The Duke of Kent, as a patron.
Now it has emerged that the police are probing allegations that the school - which has enjoyed visits from Prince Harry and the British Army’s Chief of the General Staff - even bribed a teacher's daughter to provide information that led to the arrest of whistleblowers who sought to expose the alleged goings-on at the school.