How did we allow our post offices to become so grotty? | Patrick Collinson

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They were once a national institution; now they are crammed into tawdry stores The long, slow and premature death of the Post Office has been agonising to observe. Never has “death by a thousand cuts” been more apposite than the deliberate destruction of a once-proud service into the shabby shell of a business it is now. The litter-strewn floor of my scruffy and dimly-lit local branch is now squas
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