Last posting dates for Christmas 2019 Last recommended UK posting dates for Christmas: Second Class: Wednesday 18th December 2019 First Class: Friday 20th December 2019 Special Delivery: Monday 23rd December 2019 Christmas posting dates for Special Delivery and Parcelforce will be announced shortly, as well as international last posting dates and BFPO post. Please remember
Strikers have been accused of trying to ‘ruin’ the festive period as postal staff, railway workers and airport baggage handlers all planned industrial action this week.
Laura Chaisty, from Oxfordshire, arrived home to find a Royal Mail ‘Something For You’ note, alerting her to the fact that a parcel had been thrown through an open upstairs window.
Some of the almost 2,500 dog attacks on postal workers in the UK last year, some of which resulted in permanent injury, ‘could easily have ended in fatalities’, a union official has warned.
One lucky couple are slowly renovating the four-bedroom house linked to Ned Kelly (pictured) on 26 Henry St in Avenel in central Victoria after buying it in the mid-$400,000 range.
Footage of the pair of reckless drivers was captured on Clapham Road in Lambeth, south London, just after 12.30pm on Saturday, June 15.
Ivan Gallo, 20, and Ciro Gallo, 46, are said to carried out the fraud over five years, Highbury Corner Magistrates Court heard, while Ciro is also accused of laundering more than £1.3million.
This daschcam video, recorded in Palmers Green, north London, shows a recognisable red Royal Mail van overtake a queue of traffic by driving on the opposite side of the road.
The group said that pre-tax profits rose 25 per cent to £335million in the year to March 26, with revenue rising 1 per cent to £9.78billion.
Becky Taylor, from Cardiff, was stunned when she received a letter from Royal Mail claiming her three-year-old cat Choco (pictured) was a hazard and needed to be caged.
Royal Mail revealed it will close its defined benefit scheme by the end of March 2018 after costs ballooned. It pays about £400m a year into its staff’s pension pots.