Royal Mail to hike first class stamp prices by 9p to 85p next year

  The Sun 

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The cost of sending a letter is set to rise next year because Royal Mail is increasing the price of stamps. A first class stamp will cost 9p more from January, rising from 76p to 85p. And a second class stamp will set you back 1p more, costing 66p Royal Mail has announced. Bosses said […] ▶ Full story on thesun.co.uk
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