This is what whistleblowing looks like

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Why has no-one called  the subpostmasters whistleblowers? My GRIP article here – The victims of the UK Post Office scandal are whistleblowers – and should be recognised as such The full article is below – The UK Post Office subpostmasters have been called many things over the years: thieves, crooks and fraudsters (often garnished with… Read more »

A constitutional outrage? Or a resolution of sorts?

Posted by & filed under Abuse of power, Conflicts of interest, constitutional law, criminal justice, Government, Horizon, Investigations, judicial independence, miscarriage of justice, Parliament, Post Office, The Williams Inquiry.

The announcement of a law to overturn the subpostmasters’ convictions has provoked some concern amongst m’learned friends, on constitutional grounds. Are these concerns valid? Why is the government in this position? The Dilemma If every convicted subpostmaster in the last 25 years applied to the Criminal Cases Review Commission (“CCRC“) to have their convictions reviewed… Read more »