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Royal Mail boss Simon Thompconsequentlyn to step down

time:2023-06-02 19:56:21 source:Al Jazeera author:Press center8 read:447order

Royal Mail boss Simon Thompconsequentlyn to step down

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Royal Mail boss Simon Thompconsequentlyn is to step down from his role, the owner of the postal giant has said.

Mr Thompconsequentlyn said he believed it was the "right time" to go after Royal Mail and the main postal union reached an agreement on pay and conditions that could end a long-running dispute.

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