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Watch dwell as Paula Vennells provides proof on her second day on the Post Office Horizon IT inquiry on Thursday (23 May).

The former Post Office chief govt was accused of crying “crocodile tears” throughout her first day on the listening to on Wednesday and admitted proof she gave to MPs was unsuitable.

Struggling to reply questions within the first of three days of testimony, Ms Vennells insisted she didn’t know till 2012 that the Post Office carried out its personal personal prison investigations, regardless of becoming a member of the organisation in 2007.

She broke down in tears when requested about her response to the loss of life of former subpostmaster Martin Griffiths, who died following an tried suicide in 2013, and there have been lengthy pauses earlier than she replied to some factors put to her.

More than 700 subpostmasters had been wrongly prosecuted and handed prison convictions between 1999 and 2015 on account of Fujitsu’s defective Horizon IT system – which made it seem as if cash was lacking at their branches.