Postal Privatization Memo Is Strictly ‘Routine’, Says PMO

The Prime Minister’s Office says confidential research on postal privatization is strictly “routine” and not a prelude to selling the Crown’s 147-year mail monopoly. Authorities dismissed the memo stamped SECRET in which senior staff detailed “successful privatizations” of national postal services. Blacklock’s published the memo through Access to Information: “They are setting us up to fail”.

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