Apr 23, 2021
Post Office worker Tracy Felstead 'over the moon' to clear name
A Post Office worker who was jailed when she was just 19 said she was "Over the moon" to clear her name. The Post Office said it recognised the "Deep pain" of workers who have fought to clear their names for years. In 2002, Ms Felstead was sentenced to six months in a young offenders institution after being wrongly accused of stealing £11,503 while working at Camberwell Green Post Office in London. Lucy Allan, the Conservative MP for Telford, said the failings of the Post Office were "An affront to the conscience of the court" and called for compensation to be paid for workers who were wrongfully jailed and those who used their own money to pay for alleged shortfalls on their tills. Post Office chief executive Nick Read said he was "Very moved" by the courage of the postal workers.
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