Royal Mail admits a fifth of first class parcels do not arrive next working day

Just weeks after double-digit price rise, Royal Mail says services hit by continuing effects of Covid and staff absences

One in five letters and parcels sent first class do not arrive the next working day, Royal Mail has admitted.

Just weeks after it increased its postage prices, when the cost of a first-class stamp went up 10p to 95p, the company said its services had been hit by the continued impact of Covid and higher staff absences.

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