'Save our post office'
A village has launched a fight to save its post office from closure. The Flintshire Evening Leader reports tonight that 800 people have signed a petition supporting Mancot Post Office which could be forced to close due to a government move to transfer traditional services to banks. Glenys Diskin, who has run the post office for 20 years with her husband, Alan, told the 'paper: "If a village like this can get that many signatures, there must be millions more across the UK who feel the same." The petition ask the government not to stop the Post Office Account Card, which is used to receive pensions and benefits.