Post master Noel Thomas's campaign after jail sentence

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A former post master from north Wales who was jailed after admitting false accounting totalling £48,000 says he now hopes to clear his name.

The Post Office has appointed external investigators to examine its computer system after scores of sub-postmasters said they had been wrongly accused of theft, fraud and false accounting.

Caroline Evans reports.

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