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Cameron: Government should 'regret' Horizon scandal

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Cameron: Government should 'regret' Horizon scandal

Cameron: Government should 'regret' Horizon scandal

Lord Cameron expresses regret over the Post Office scandal, acknowledging government awareness of a terminated probe that could have cleared sub-postmasters.

Lord Cameron, at a G20 meeting in Brazil, highlights the need for a public inquiry to uncover the truth and expedite compensation for those affected by the "appalling" treatment of post office branch managers.

Report by Covellm.

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