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Britain launches postal service privatisation | BroadPoint Group

Britain launches postal service privatisation

Britain launches postal service privatisation

The first UK postcode was in the 1960s but the service was given an overhaul under the Conservative government. However the service is still used by the millions of UK residents, from small rural towns to mega cities like London and Manchester.

Postal services have been reduced as a direcgospelhitzt result of the EU referendum and the rise in internet speed, which is often seen as a consequence.

The move by Theresa May will bring up to 12,000 more people to the UK system, which includes both national and overseas postcodes.

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Postal prices are increasing across the world for a variety of reasons

The new postcode will enable “a single UK-wide postcode delivery scheme, similar to the UK’s existing postcode service”, the PM said.

The postal service is currently delivered at the front desk with the delivery person handling customers, sorting letters and making photocopies.

Customers can then download their own information from the website or a mobile phone and a number will be posted to that address, while a postcode will be scanned by the post office and sent to the customer.

Theresa May said a range of services would be offered at a “fast and easy” pace and it was hoped “these will be the main modes of contact in rural areas and urban and small town areas”.

She announced a £1.5bn investment in the future of the postcode system, and a £20m public commitment to speed up the process of switching to a new system.

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Theresa May’s brief address to the Conservative Party conference, in audio version

It is thought that some 1.25bn postcodes are currently in use around the world, and 1.5bn in the UK will follow.

The new postcode system was announced in a speech by the prime minister at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester.

Analysis: Robert Peston, BBC political correspondent, North East

While not everyone was happy with the prime minister’s announcement – particularly within Britain – many people agree there is now a “new normal” for the internet.

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