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UK: MPs urge OFCOM to protect Royal Mail

 |  March 17, 2015

Royal Mail’s capacity to deliver post across the country six days a week for the same price could come under threat from postal competition, MPs have said as they called for the regulator to take steps to protect the service.

Although the universal service obligation (USO), which underpins the country’s postal system, was not under immediate threat, this situation could change fast, the Commons business, innovation and skills committee said in a report published on Thursday.

The Commons committee said the regulator, Ofcom, should be ready to protect Royal Mail.


Full Content: The Guardian


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