Jason Coyne Expert Witness

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john o'sullivan

Dear Post Office Limited,In the light of Jason Coynes findings on the likely causes of" Branch losses" can you supply documents that show why against Counsels advice POL felt it prudent,fair,proportionate and legal to carry on prosecuting SPM for ten more years?And also say "they were the only one" despite having KELS?

Yours faithfully,

john o'sullivan

information.rights@postoffice.co.uk, Post Office Limited

Our ref: FOI2023/00445

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Dear john o'sullivan,

With apologies for the delay. Please find the response attached relating
to your Freedom of Information request.

Kind regards,

Data Protection and Information Rights Team

100 Wood Street,

London,

EC2V 7ER

Dear [email address],Thank you for a reply.Some good will has to exist in the asking of FOI requsts and the replies there to. As you know I aSk questions on behalf of many SPM who cant use the what do they know site.If I may use the metric favoured by yourselves in calculating SPM loss of income,divide across all branches not just affected ones a £125 loss per week becomes £3.Similarly 55 requests is a mere 0.65% of the SPM population needing information.The NFSP are busy plotting their own future,Saf and Elliot have vanished from social media.SPM watch POL actions at the Inquiry and SPM representation with growing alarm.I accept your right to classify requests in any way you wish in order to avoid answers but be aware in the majority of instances we are simply reacting to revelations in the Horizon Inquiry that typically go against what we have been told over the decades.Iam not requesting a review.

Yours sincerely,

john o'sullivan