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Royal Mail workers have announced a 48-hour strike taking place on Friday, September 30 and Saturday, October 1. It marks the start of 19 walk outs in total, all taking place over the course of October and November in deteriorating and long-running disputes over pay. The Communication Workers Union (CWU) confirmed the strikes earlier this year, after they were pushed back due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8. It is a worry to the UK public, with the walk outs ongoing in the run up to the Christmas period. It leaves many wondering whether or not the Post Office is open all together, as even though the two organisations are separate, they are directly tied to one-another. Is the Post Office open on Friday and Saturday? Post Office workers have been striking since May ( Image: Getty Images) Post Office workers are not striking today, Friday and Saturday, so most branches are expected to be open. The difficultly however is that the Royal … [Read more...] about Is the Post Office open today and tomorrow? — and how will Royal Mail strike affect you?
Vladimir Putin has railed against Western "dictatorship" as he declared Russian rule over four regions of Ukraine. It is the biggest forced occupation since the Second World War, amounting to 15% of Ukrainian territory. Russia has been "reborn and strengthened", the Russian president claimed during a ceremony at the Kremlin. Following a series of referendums described by Kyiv and the West as a "sham", Mr Putin said the people of Zaporizhzhia, Kherson, Luhansk and Donetsk had "made their choice" and decided to be governed from Moscow. Putin hosts Kremlin ceremony annexing parts of Ukraine - live updates The results are "definitive", he claimed, adding: "This is the will of millions of people. This is their right, their integral right." He said those in the affected regions are "becoming our compatriots forever" and signed documents said to incorporate them into his country. Earlier this week, pro-Moscow officials said 93% of the ballots cast in Zaporizhzhia … [Read more...] about Putin rails against Western ‘dictatorship’ as he declares four Ukrainian regions as Russian