• Sat. Oct 24th, 2020

Executive deaf to loud calls for statutory public inquiry into Put up Location of business scandal

Executive deaf to loud calls for statutory public inquiry into Put up Location of business scandal

Karl Flinders

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  • Karl Flinders,
    Emea Inform material Editor, Computer Weekly

Published: 06 Oct 2020 15: 45

Because the amount of MPs disturbing justice for subpostmasters plagued by Horizon IT procedure errors increases, calls for a beefy public inquiry into the scandal to be held on a statutory foundation grow louder.

No subject the government’s claims that it wants to receive to the backside of the scandal, which destroyed many subpostmasters’ lives, those campaigning for justice for its victims express the review introduced by the government will supply protection to those to blame from the scrutiny and repercussions they deserve. Campaigners also express the inquiry will no longer wait on their efforts to real victims the compensation they deserve.

The government has introduced a non-statutory review, chaired by a frail purchase, which falls properly in need of the demands of campaigners for a statutory-based purchase-led public inquiry, persevering with down a course described as a “sham” by subpostmasters who battled for years to make the truth public.