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Royal Mail defended the hikes by saying the average first and second-class stamp in Europe costs 94p and 74p respectively.
The Royal Mail is also proposing to allow heavier parcels to be posted second-class, with an added option of receiving a signature on delivery.
As recently as 2007 a second-class stamp cost just 24p.
Until now, the only difference between first- and second-class compartments was the comfort of cushioned seats, for which the passengers paid a far higher fare.
Yet next month a second-class stamp is set to rise from 36p to as much as 55p.
The last posting dates for delivery in the UK are December 20 for first-class, December 17 for second-class and December 22 for special delivery.
By ignoring our immigration laws, our federal, state and local leaders have created a second-class citizenship which victimizes honest taxpayers, and leads to untold pain and suffering for a hardworking people whose real crime is being unwanted by their country of origin.
What the gay civil rights movement--in fact, almost the whole gay community--has failed to see, let alone get across to the straight community, is that this makes us second-class citizens.
Arriving via second-class mail is her object of desire, an inflatable and quite elderly sex doll.
Second-class relics are objects in close contact with a saint - clothing or instruments of martyrdom.
The second-class reclassification proposal for regular mailers likely will take effect in mid-1996 and would impose a proposed 90 percent density requirement - which essentially means mailing high volumes to individual ZIP codes to receive a deep discount.