Workers at Crown post offices will today launch a fresh wave of strikes in an escalating row over jobs, pay and closures.
The Communication Workers Union said its members will walk out in the latest industrial action linked to plans to franchise or close more than 70 Crown sites - the larger branches usually found on high streets.
A UK-wide stoppage will be held today, staff in Scotland will strike on Monday, and union members in England, Wales and Northern Ireland will stop work on Tuesday.
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