Fujitsu should contribute hundreds of millions of pounds over UK Post Office scandal, says minister

Fujitsu should contribute hundreds of millions of pounds over UK Post Office scandal, says minister
Fujitsu should contribute hundreds of millions of pounds over UK Post Office scandal, says minister

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Hundreds of Post Office workers were wrongly convicted between 1999 and 2015 due to faulty software that was developed by Fujitsu. — Reuters pic

LONDON, Jan 24 — Japan’s Fujitsu should be contributing hundreds of millions of pounds to pay the compensation bill the British government is expecting to face over the Post Office Scandal, postal minister Kevin Hollinrake told the BBC today.

When asked on BBC Radio if he thought Fujitsu could face a bill of “hundreds of millions of pounds” to compensate victims, Hollinrake said: “Yes, I do.”

“This will cost the taxpayer a billion pounds, maybe more than that,” he said. — Reuters

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