Royal Mail changes explained as second class delivery cut planned

Royal Mail has put forward proposals that would see first-class mail kept as a six-days-a-week service, but second-class letter deliveries cut dramatically. It comes as part of the group’s submission to regulator Ofcom, which is consulting on reforms of the universal postal service.
Here is what is being put on the table and why.
What is Royal Mail proposing?
The company is proposing that all non first-class letter deliveries – including second class and bulk business mail, such as bills and statements – are cut to every other weekday. This would mean that second-class deliveries on Saturdays would be scrapped.
Under the plans, Royal Mail would deliver second-class mail in some streets …