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No united front at the Royal Mail

Memories of last year's postal workers' strike, which some managers broke, have not faded. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

The thought of striking managers caused hilarity in the posties’ smoking shed this morning. The thought of privatisation didn’t.

From the Guardian, Comment is free.

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  1. Jonathan Stewart
    October 29, 2010 at 8:17 am

    Hi Roy if you email me I can give you my details. I’m off to Gatwick on Monday to find out more about the process of the revisions. It’s starting to get a bit stressful now my attitude is let them do all the shouting at least that’s the plan.

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