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Sir Ed Davey declined ten instances to explicitly apologise over inaction within the Post Office scandal.

Speaking to ITV News, the Liberal Democrats chief mentioned he “deeply regrets not getting to the bottom of the lies that were told” when he was postal minister within the coalition authorities.

Sir Ed was instructed of considerations in regards to the defective software program earlier than lots of of postmasters have been prosecuted.

“I deeply regret that I was lied to on an industrial scale,” he added.

He mentioned his “heart goes out to the people that were hit” by accusations of theft, fraud, and false accounting resulting from defective computer systems.