Dec 22, 2020
Post Office scandal: 'Light at end of tunnel'
Tracey Felstead. One of dozens of former Post Office workers fighting convictions linked to a faulty computer system says she can "Feel a light at the end of the tunnel" following a series of legal rulings. Ms Felstead, 38, from Telford, Shropshire, was one of hundreds of Post Office workers - mainly sub-postmasters - who were accused of theft after using the Post Office Horizon IT system, provided by Fujitsu. Tracy Felstead. A total of 550 sub-postmasters brought civil actions against the Post Office which agreed to pay £58m in damages. Ms Felstead wants to clear her name by having her criminal conviction quashed. At the Court of Appeal on Thursday, it was ruled Ms Felstead and two others could argue against their convictions on the basis they were "An affront to the public conscience".
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