The Post Office’s behaviour has been branded like that of a “Victorian factory owner” after workers were held accountable for mistakes they believe the firm’s own computer system made – resulting in fines and jail time.
The Government-owned organisation has had the first of its four appeals dismissed after group action, by former and present workers, resulted in the Post Office being taken to court.
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