Ex-Fujitsu employees to testify in Post Office IT scandal inquiry

Police investigating for perjury

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Former Fujitsu employees to testify in Post Office IT scandal inquiry in May
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Former Fujitsu employees to testify in Post Office IT scandal inquiry in May

Two former Fujitsu employees, Anne Chambers and Gareth Jenkins, who are currently being investigated by police for alleged perjury in the Post Office Horizon scandal, will testify in the coming months.

The latest inquiry schedule shows that the two ex-Fujitsu employees will appear in front of Wyn Williams, head of the investigation, during the first week of May. The Metropolitan Police is look...

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