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Sunak to ‘swiftly’ exonerate Post Office scandal victims

10 January 2024

11:25 PM

10 January 2024

11:25 PM

Rishi Sunak used the start of Prime Minister’s Questions today to announce that the government will be introducing legislation to exonerate the victims of the Post Office scandal. A planted question from Tory party deputy chair Lee Anderson enabled the Prime Minister to say:

The victims must get justice and compensation… today I can announce that we will introduce new primary legislation to make sure that those affected as a result of the Horizon scandal are swiftly exonerated and compensated.

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