Protestors have been gaining support for their campaign against the proposed closure of a post office in Sussex. The branch in Hastings is one of 70 that the Post Office plans to either shut or partner with nearby stores.
The move is being made to try to stem losses that add up to about £40 million a year. Derek Hansford, from the Postal Workers' Union, wants the branch in Hastings to stay open.
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