The Post Office will be in “jeopardy” if it loses its £370m government subsidy, National Federation of SubPostmasters (NFSP) CEO Calum Greenhow has warned.
The government subsidy helps the development of the Post Office, provided it maintains 11,500 sites.
However, an NFSP survey found 220 subpostmasters planned to close or downsize their businesses in the next year…
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