Royal Mail hints it may seek to end Saturday letter deliveries

Postal service, which is under review by Ofcom, also warns of losses for current year

Royal Mail has signalled that it may ask the regulator to drop Saturday letter deliveries, as the pandemic accelerates the long-term decline in volumes, and online shopping drives a boom in parcels.

Royal Mail, which delivered 1.1bn fewer letters year-on-year in the five months to the end of August, hinted that it is likely to question whether Saturday letter deliveries should continue when it contributes its findings into what consumers need from its service to a review being conducted by postal regulator Ofcom.

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