Biggest concerns for postmasters include falling incomes and higher costs
More than one in five post offices could disappear over the next 12 months as the often self-employed postmasters struggle to earn a living amid lower wages and falling customer demand.
A survey of 1,000 post office workers by the National Federation of SubPostmasters (NFSP) found that 22% are planning to close, hand on their business, or downsize over the next year as they go without holidays and take on extra jobs to make ends meet.
Source: The Guardian
One in five UK post offices could close in next year, survey finds