In the past
Mail has always released its annual report in May, a few months after its
March year-end, but this year the group has held back from publishing numbers at
the traditional time.
A spokesman said that Royal Mail had not set a date for publication, but
would not provide a reason for the delay.
Unions have argued that the group is holding back because it does not want
executive salaries to be made public in the midst of a bitter wage dispute with
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