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'Justice' hope over alleged Post Office fraud cases

An ex-postmaster hopes a new scheme will "bring justice" for Post Office staff who say they were wrongly accused of theft, fraud and false accounting.

Noel Thomas, from Anglesey, was jailed for false accounting totalling £48,000, but says he never took the money.

Some subpostmasters say they were prosecuted or made to repay shortfalls created in error by computer glitches.

The Post Office says a review showed its Horizon computer system worked, but a mediation scheme has been launched.

Roger Pinney reports.

  • 28 Aug 2013