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The court was told prosecutors had recently gathered material "sensitive to the complainant" and had received evidence from "digital devices" from Surrey Police.

But Judge Jonathan Black hit out at "unnecessary delays" as he ordered a full explanation from the head of the CPS rape and sexual offences unit within 28 days.

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Oliver Mears, 19, had been accused of raping and indecently assaulting a woman in July 2015 - just weeks after his 17th birthday.

The Crown Prosecution Service offered no evidence against the teen at Guildford Crown Court today and the judge was told a diary had come to light which led to the case collapsing.

"We are reviewing all our current rape cases to ensure that investigations are thorough, timely, effective and compliant with policy and guidelines." It comes after head of the Crown Prosecution Service Alison Saunders was accused of complacency after a string of failed rape cases.

Sarah Lindop, prosecuting, said material had surfaced last week which she admitted was "late in the day" on what was initially a"finely balanced case".

When asked what the delay in getting the evidence was, she explained there were "disclosure matters" in diary entries that cops had been trying to secure.

"Since 2015 we have reviewed our structure and the resources dedicated to the investigation of child and adult rape and serious sexual offences.

"Significant investment has been made in resourcing levels and training particularly within our specialist Sexual Offences Investigation Team and our Safeguarding Investigation Units, with more intrusive supervision, governance and oversight of investigations.