Archive: Post Office

Billy Hayes: There are 5,000 dog attacks on postal workers every year and 70 per cent of these take place on private property

Comment: Microchipping dogs is only the start

The perils of a postman: Fingers bitten off, deep wounds, scratches, gashes and bruising.

Opinion Former Articles

  • Royal Mail hit by second day of strikes

    Postal strike: Day two

    Striking Royal Mail workers are continuing industrial action into a second day, as Gordon Brown calls for negotiations to end the union's "self-defeating" strategy.

  • Strikes faced by Royal Mail

    Final talks before postal strike due

    Last-ditch attempts to reach agreement between postal workers' representatives and the Royal Mail are taking place today as tomorrow's industrial action looms.

  • Harriet Harman asked for more concessions for backbench Labour MPs

    Cabinet split over Royal Mail

    The Cabinet is split over the future of the Royal Mail it has emerged as Harriet Harman was revealed as having attempted to delay the publication of tomorrow's bill before Parliament that will part-privatise the service.

  • Labour backbenchers' growing Royal Mail rebellion

    Royal Mail poses rebellion threat for govt

    The government's plans to part-privatise Royal Mail could be derailed by Labour backbenchers' growing rebellion over the postal provider's future.

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