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Good night. The world chief govt of Fujitsu has apologised for the primary time over the agency’s position within the Horizon scandal. Elsewhere, Robert Jenrick has urged Rishi Sunak to simply accept amendments to the Rwanda Bill, with MPs as a consequence of vote later this night.

Fujitsu boss apologises for Horizon scandal

Speaking on the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Takahito Tokita informed the BBC: “This is a big issue, which Fujitsu takes very seriously.” It comes after a Fujitsu govt as we speak informed MPs the agency’s position within the scandal was an “appalling miscarriage of justice”. Meanwhile Alan Bates has criticised the “madness” of the Post Office scandal compensation scheme.

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