Royal Mail are turning neighbourhoods into 'postal deserts' as households trends now
Royal Mail is turning neighbourhoods into 'postal deserts' as they are only delivering as little as once a fortnight.
Chronic staff shortages, industrial relations and a shake-up of working practices have left households in despair wondering where their post is as post bosses struggle to contain the chaos.
The lack of letter deliveries has reaped devastation through communities as many have missed vital hospital appointments, speed or parking fines and cherished birthday wishes.
For weeks on end, families have suffered the consequences of Royal Mail disruption.
The postal service are expected to show a true insight into the disarray as they unveil figures this week showing that annual delivery performance has shrunk near-record lows, with insiders branding areas 'postal deserts',