Royal Mail is part of the fabric of the nation – we don’t want to see it ripped apart. Now that Royal Mail has been privatised, we are campaigning to:

Ensure affordable prices for consumers and small businesses
Protect daily deliveries to rural communities
Preserve the six days a week universal service
Ensure the Post Office network remains viable
Retain a public shareholding in Royal Mail
Safeguard Royal Mail’s heritage

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  • Why not keep the stake and control of RM?Clearly government would rather make a quick buck than protect this essential service.
  • Osborne's decision to sell the remaining public stake in the Royal Mail is a disaster for the future of the postal service.
  • Whistl’s failure to make a coin out of letter delivery proves that it’s about service not profit.
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  • Delighted to see an old, worn out, anachronistic institution is no longer being funded by the public purse. Good luck @vincecable !

Latest News:

NAO report – Vince Cable should consider his position.

  Save Our Royal Mail (SORM), the campaign to protect postal services, said today that the Government’s auditors have delivered a damning verdict on the actions of Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) Ministers Vince Cable and Michael Fallon.

Campaign group calls for inquiry into botched Royal Mail sell off

Responding to Vince Cable’s appearance before the BIS Select Committee, Save Our Royal Mail Campaign Manager, Martin Forsythe, said, “The Government has clearly botched the privatisation of Royal Mail. It beggars belief that banks are set to make millions while