AN OXFORDSHIRE MP is set to lead a debate in Parliament on the performance of Royal Mail after a year of months-long delays.

David Johnston, Concervative MP for Wantage, confirmed that it will take place on Thursday, from 3.15pm until 4.45pm.

As part of an announcement on his Facebook page, he said: "I will open the debate with our local experiences of Royal Mail deliveries and then a series of other MPs will share their own from their areas, before the shadow minister and minister respond."

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This comes les than two months after Royal Mail customers in parts of Oxfordshire revealed they had been experiencing delays for a number of months.

Many people in Wantage and the surrounding areas had faced lengthy postal delays during the pandemic, with some residents abandoned without post for weeks.

The MP urged constituents to get in touch with him with their recent experiences at