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That this House is aware of the recent sterling work carried out by the employees and management staff of the Royal Mail which has resulted in the turn around of both of its business interests and financial position; is therefore alarmed that following these efforts, which have moved the company into surplus profits influenced not least by record Christmas deliveries of mail, an announcement should be made of a review of managerial positions, which could lead to the loss of up to 3,000 jobs and extra pressure on remaining managers; and calls upon the Royal Mail and its Chairman Allan Leighton to consult fully and meaningfully with the recognised trade unions with a view to reaching agreement without resorting to compulsory redundancies which ensures there is a sustainable and viable management structure capable of meeting the future needs of Britain's postal service and changing the culture and performance of the organisation.
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