From time to time people ask me to support their anti-junk mail petition. Much as I appreciate such efforts, I usually ignore these requests.
Diary of a junk mail campaigner
West Lothian Council is working hard to protect businesses it is giving money from junk mail.
Thanks to the EU Data Protection Directive you have the right to stop personally addressed junk mail. Weirdly, the pro-EU Stronger In campaign ignores that right while the Brexit campaign respects it.
The government is going to send everybody in the UK a leaflet about how wonderful the EU is. A former secretary of war is urging everybody in the UK to return the leaflet to No 10.
The Vote Leave campaign has a freepost address and they want to hear from you and your hard-working family.
With just under three months to go until the EU 'In/Out' referendum you can expect lots of junk mail from the Leave.EU and Stronger In campaigns. If you have no need for their propaganda you can stop them from targeting you.
I was on Your and Yours today to talk about the open electoral register.
Ofgem might start compiling a database of people who aren't sufficiently engaging with the energy market. The database will then be given to energy companies, so that they can spur the unwilling into action with a junk mail offensive.
This is going to be the last episode in my series of rants about Royal Mail. It's about the company's inability to respond to questions and suggestions this time.
When you sign up to Royal Mail's opt-out scheme you will no longer receive election materials. However, you will still receive election materials. At least, that's what Royal Mail thinks…