After last week’s meltdown, MoJ documents show warning of ‘unacceptable levels’ of risk

The Ministry of Justice knew its court computer systems were “obsolete” and “out of support” long before the network went into meltdown last week, internal documents have revealed.

An MoJ digital and technology review warned last year that judges in employment tribunals were threatening to stop hearing cases because of the unreliability of communications and 30,000 users were on systems that needed “immediate remediation”.

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