Post Office Share offer.

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Dear HM Treasury,
Hi,
Why did the Conservative Government privatise the Royal Mail, fully knowing that Royal Mail was operating the faulty Horizon software?.
Who sanctioned this Privatisation?.
Do You think those who bought Shares at the opening price of £3.30, should now take the Government to Court for misleading them?.

Yours faithfully,

Steven Peasgood

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Dear HM Treasury,
That's not thw question I asked, and You know it.
I asked," why the Tory Government allowed the Post Office Share offer to go ahead, when they knew in 2014. that the Horizon System was not working correctly?".
As always You refuse to answer awkward questions.
This Government has much to hide, and is dishonest.

Yours faithfully,

Steven Peasgood