Junk mail gets binned as Defra hands control to households

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Post-junk mail era awaits as Defra and direct marketing industry launch website where you can opt out of all advertising mail

Households will have more control to stop the hundreds of items of junk mail they receive each year, environment secretary Caroline Spelman said on Tuesday. The Department for Environment, Food and...

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