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Diary of a junk mail campaigner
The Times is today writing about the Door-Drop Preference Service. The fiasco is Defra's fault, according to the Direct Marketing Association.
The Daily Mail believes there has been a SURGE in unsolicited leaflets.
The Daily Mail has learned that from next year Royal Mail will enable junk mailers to track when their adverts hit your doormat.
The Daily Mail has discovered that electoral registration office sell an edited version of the electoral register to junk mail companies. They also got their figures wrong – again.
The Daily Mail has studied Royal Mail's latest figures and predicts
an avalanche of junk mail. Fortunately, the prediction is wrong – the newspaper got confused about the difference between business and junk mail.
If you live in the States, have a smartphone, and agree that unsolicited mail is a pest then this may be for you.
The first episode of That's Britain tried to tackle the nuisance that is junk mail. It was a decent attempt.
The Telegraph joins the junk mail debate.
Next month's Which? magazine will feature an article about junk mail, and I've written a piece for the organisation's Conversation Blog.
Andrew Cates of SOS Children's Villages and Roy Mayall respond to Panorama's Why hate junk mail? programme.