The prosecution of 736 sub-registrants is a grotesque vandalism of justice

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The prosecution of hundreds of sub-postmasters for theft because of egregious errors in their computer systems has been hailed as the most grotesque act of public life justice to date.

What still amazes people is why Postmaster don’t think it’s strange that they have a crime wave of 736 scammers working in their organization.

Hundreds of postmen charged with theft because of Post Office's computer system


Hundreds of postmen charged with theft because of Post Office’s computer systemCredit: Alamy

Or why the CPS – including the five-year period when it was run by Labor leader Sir Keir Starmer – prosecutes people of former good character despite suspicious similarities.

Chief executive Paula Vennells insists for years the £1billion Horizon system is secure, when it’s clearly not.

Little guys like naive Harjinder Butoy – who spent 3 years in prison and lost everything – paid a very heavy price.

For Vennells, who is said to have earned close to £5m during her time as boss, she has now brought her shameful personal ethos into becoming a part-time curator.

The grotesque didn’t even begin to cover it up.

Royal Ball

JUST how much does Prince Andrew’s legal settlement of sex trafficking claims really pay taxpayers? The obvious answer should be: not a dime.

However, as is common with royals, details of the payment remain shrouded in secrecy.

Tory MP Jake Berry It was right to ask Buckingham Palace or Downing Street to reveal exactly where Andy’s hidden money came from.

It would be unacceptable if it came from the £85 million grant the Queen receives from her subjects.

Rule it soon, ma’am, and we can all begin to move on.


COVID seems to have another undesirable side effect: the desire to shut things down at the first sign of trouble.

Yesterday morning, when Storm Eunice Much of it is not just a breeze for many, police are patrolling ordering dog walkers inside, workers being ordered to stay home with their millions of dollars, and schools being shut down. close the door.

Yes, there have been tragedies, as often happens in great storms, but it would be worrisome if the pandemic encouraged our administration to use its power too willingly, and made us sufficient. afraid to let them.

Trick vs Trade

With typical arrogance, the EU Parliament discreetly declared that Brexit voters don’t really know what they are choosing.

Meanwhile, the UK is trying to get ahead and prepare to join the group of highly regarded trading nations in the Pacific including Japan and Canada.

That’s exactly what we voted for. The prosecution of 736 sub-registrants is a grotesque vandalism of justice

Bobby Allyn

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