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The Great Post Office Scandal

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The Great Post Office Scandal is the story of the fight to expose a multimillion-pound IT disaster that put innocent people in jail and is the only definitive account of what has been described as one of the UK’s biggest ever miscarriages of justice.

Join Nick Wallis to hear him read extracts from his book, get the chance to leave with a signed copy and to ask your own questions about this barely believable scandal. The event will give you a glimpse of Nick’s efforts to bring it to the public eye.

Nick’s book has been described as:

“An extraordinary journalistic exposé of a huge miscarriage of justice” – Private Eye’s Ian Hislop

“A tale brilliantly told by Nick Wallis, who has dedicated years of work to establishing what happened, why it happened and calling those responsible to account. I urge you to read it” – broadcaster Rev Richard Coles.

The Great Post Office Scandal has already been serialised by The Daily Mail, he has been featured in the Sunday Times and an ITV drama production is in the works for 2023.

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