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STOTTY ON SUNDAY: MAILSACKS.

Byline: Richard Stott

ADAM Crozier, chief executive of the Post Office, says he cannot see the problem over the proposed loss of 30,000 jobs. "13,000 have already gone," he said. "They've gone voluntarily - it's not compulsory. So what's the problem?"

That leaves 17,000 to walk the plank and if persuasion doesn't work they will get the push. Mr Crozier is on pounds 500,000-a-year plus bonus, a bonus that depends on stemming Post Office losses. That in turn depends on sacking staff, and that's your problem, Mr Crozier.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Sep 14, 2003
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