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When did you last receive a Royal Mail delivery?
Nearly 80,000 postal workers went on strike. Do you support the walkout?
Unions claim the last three days of postal strikes created a backlog of 100 million items. Royal Mail puts the figure at 35 million.
Royal Mail and the Communication Workers Union bosses have suspended talks over pay, modernisation and jobs until Monday - more walkouts are planned next week.
Do you support the strike? Are you personally affected by the strikes? Do you work for Royal Mail? What is the future for Royal Mail?
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Friday, 30 October, 2009, 15:09 GMT
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