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A first-class stamp will rise in price from 46p to 60p from 30 April after the regulator removed price controls on Royal Mail

A second-class stamp will go up from 36p to 50p - some 5p below the top price allowed by Ofcom.The regulator has allowed Royal Mail to set the price of first-class and business mail.

It claimed the future of the universal service was at "severe risk" without relaxing controls.The stamp price rises mark record annual increases.

Source: BBC News

Written by Scott Buckler
Tuesday, 27 March 2012 10:10

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