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Alan Bates tells MPs Post Office culture ‘hasn’t changed’

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Alan Bates tells MPs Post Office culture ‘hasn’t changed’

Alan Bates tells MPs Post Office culture ‘hasn’t changed’

Former sub-postmaster Alan Bates has given evidence to the Business and Trade Select Committee, telling MPs that financial redress for wronged Post Office employees is not getting faster and fairer, and that the culture at the Post Office “hasn’t changed” and “will not change”.

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