Report: Royal Mail Expects Delays Throughout UK

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Royal Mail said its vehicles were unable to move in or out of London after a series of explosions that occurred there yesterday.


Blasts tore through underground trains and a bus during London's morning rush hour, killing at least 37 people and wounding 700.


Around 25 percent of the United Kingdom's mail moves through London, so Royal Mail said disruptions likely would be felt across the country.


Parcelforce deliveries worldwide also will be affected.


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