POLITICIANS from all parties are to campaign against post office closures after a warning that no branch in Huddersfield was safe.
Councillors from across Kirklees will fight the Government's plans to cut 2,500 sub-post offices across the UK.
Colne Valley Liberal Democrat councillor Nicola Turner said many places had the heart ripped out of their community when they lost their post office.
She said: "Sadly this is not a new fight.
"But we must use every resource available to fight against these closures."
The Examiner reported last month how the Tory leader of Kirklees Council, Clr Robert Light, was 'dismayed' at the cuts.
He accused Trade and Industry Secretary Alistair Darling of undermining the long-term sustainability of the post office network.
Clr Light also called on the Government to make more services available through local post offices.
Labour group deputy leader Clr Ken Smith said: "We believe that post offices are an essential part of the local community and provide local valued services."