Vince Cable: Save Our Royal Mail!

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Laura Whitfield
7 years ago
Seriously? You know what? We shouldn't even call this Britain anymore because we're losing all of our traditions, all of our institutions - everything that defines us, makes us Britain. I'm absolutely sick of this government - how they got elected is beyond me, maybe they give themselves an extra 11% vote rate.

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Carlos Burré
7 years ago
Britain is great beyond any doubt, among other many things because of the matchless quality of its traditional public services.

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James Radley
7 years ago
Royal Mail is part of britain

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Lorraine Marshall
7 years ago
Privatising the counterstaff was bad enough!

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Larry Dionne
7 years ago
Public Services are owned by the public for a good reason. Let business create ther own walth and not be on corporate welfare or a leach on the taxpayer.

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Alison Vaughan
7 years ago
I live in a rural area (the isle of skye)

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Daniel Nicholls
7 years ago
rural areas deserve equal postage costs and services

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Paul Brady
7 years ago
This sale was an almighty swindle that even Thatcher baulked at, privatisation has been an unmitigated disaster in all of the former nationalised industries.

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Kelvin Tsang
7 years ago
It call the Royal Mail for a reason, please don't sell the business it will damage the Royal Mail brand and you will be endangering jobs not to mention if they people who take over are not as efficient letters and parcels will be delayed.

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George W P Mason
7 years ago
Postal services are still an essential means of communication, especially for those who do not have a computer, and for physical items. Putting that service at the mercy of commercial interest means losing control and accountability, wiht possibly no guarantee of continued service of not profitable.