Royal Mail report recommends law change on dog attacks


Royal Mail's workers need better legal protection from dog attacks and the right to stop delivering to certain addresses, according to a report.

Currently, action cannot be taken if an attack takes place on private property, the report commissioned by Royal Mail points out.

Judith Moritz reports.

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