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To: Rishi Sunak and UK Government

Hold Fujitsu to account for Post Office scandal

- Do not give new contracts to Fujitsu
- Where possible, scrap existing Fujitsu contracts
- Use your power to force Fujitsu to pay compensation to victims

Why is this important?

The firm at the heart of the Post Office scandal continues to be handed numerous government contracts paid for by millions of taxpayers money despite its role in the Post Office Horizon Scandal. It’s even been named a “key strategic supplier”.

No one at Fujitsu has been held accountable, even after it was confirmed the accounting errors were caused by the computer system. In fact, Fujitsu has continued to win government jobs worth millions, as recently as last month, despite calls for the firm to be frozen out of any new contracts. They were even awarded a £36 million contract extension to keep running their Horizon Post Office contract until 2025.

Enough is enough, MP’s from all sides are now saying Fujitsu should not be handed any more Government contracts after the Horizon Scandal. Let’s show the public agrees.



2024-02-01 16:19:26 +0000

Post Office Prosecutor APOLOGISES for subpostmaster prosecution at the Post Office Inquiry:

2024-01-31 20:23:56 +0000

Post Office Prosecutor tells the Post Office Inquiry that he DID NOT consider Horizon bug claims when deciding to prosecute subpostmaster:

2024-01-31 18:25:11 +0000

Post Office Prosecutor tells the Post Office Inquiry he RELIED UPON Post Office Investigation conclusions that subpostmaster had stolen money:

2024-01-31 17:32:36 +0000

Post Office Prosecutor tells the Post Office Inquiry that he applied 'no great weight' to Police claims of sufficient evidence against subpostmaster:

2024-01-30 22:04:14 +0000

Post Office 'Special' Audits - We'd already made up our mind:

2024-01-30 21:43:24 +0000

Process? What Process?

Post Office Investigations ran with ZERO guidelines Investigator tells the Post Office Inquiry:

2024-01-30 20:55:27 +0000

Post Office Investigator Training 'made up as we went along' former Post Office Investigation manager tells the Post Office Inquiry:

2024-01-30 18:35:27 +0000

Post Office Investigation manager describes leading THREE different jurisdictions in his role and reveals that Post Office LEGAL Services 'couldn't help' as they 'didn't know' the LAW!:

2024-01-30 17:18:10 +0000

Post Office INVESTIGATOR who used to be a SUBPOSTMASTER. Frederick Leslie Thorpe seems to stand out, not only for qualifications and experience in investigators work but because he used to franchise his own Post Office:

2024-01-29 21:42:20 +0000

Post Office Manager Elaine Cottam writes GLOWING reference for subpostmistress to hire her, praising her honesty, only MONTHS before dismissing her... for dishonesty. Analysis from the Post Office Inquiry:

2024-01-29 18:42:43 +0000

Post Office Manager Elaine Cottam is asked by Jason Beer KC if she would have LIED to the court in a witness statement prepared for a subpostmasters prosecution at the Post Office Inquiry:

2024-01-29 17:10:43 +0000

Post Office Manager Elaine Cottom seems to be UNSURE of her OWN professional background. Things get off to an interesting start with Jason Beer KC at the Post Office Inquiry:

2024-01-28 21:06:40 +0000

Post Office - Procurator Fiscal relationship based upon 'trust and assumptions' David Teale tells the Post Office Inquiry:

2024-01-28 20:32:07 +0000

Prosecutor of subpostmaster tells Post Office Inquiry he had to TRUST the Post Office to summarise evidence accurately and comprehensively when making a decision to prosecute or not:

2024-01-28 17:42:17 +0000

Prosecutor David Teale UNAWARE if Horizon Evidence was ADMISSABLE due to being unaware of computer evidence legislation in Scotland at the time of subpostmaster prosecution. We analyse both his evidence and the relevant legislation in place at the time: