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Royal Mail workers make special delivery to charity.

ROYAL MAIL workers donated more than

pounds 2 million to charity last year, with money being deducted directly from their salary, new figures showed today.

Donations have totalled more than pounds 27.5 million during the past 15 years, with over 40,000 workers giving an average of pounds 4.33 a month, according to the figures.

More than 230 different charities are supported, including Barnado's and Macmillan nurses.

Royal Mail chief executive Adam Crozier said: "All our people who have contributed to this fantastic total should be proud of their achievement."
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