Scratching the Surface : Posties, Privatisation and Strikes in the Royal Mail

Scratching the Surface : Posties, Privatisation and Strikes in the Royal Mail

The story of those in the frontline of change in the Royal Mail.


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Since 2000, there has been an ideologically driven experiment carried out in the UK to change the postal service provided by Royal Mail, to one beholden to the mantra of competition, profit and privatisation. This is the story of those in the frontline of change.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR.
Phil Chadwick
Phil Chadwick Phil Chadwick left the Post Office on voluntary redundancy terms in September 2012 having spent much of his 30 years there elected to repres...
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