Deliveries to the UK are once again made by the Irish Passport Service

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The Irish Passport Service has confirmed that it is once again sending passports to the UK.

On December 12 due to Royal Mail industrial action, it stopped sending passports to Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom.

The Passport Service announced the suspension had been lifted on Wednesday.

In order to get more information, the BBC has gotten in touch with the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs.

The Passport Service encouraged anyone with questions to get in touch with its customer service department in a tweet.

In the most recent round of strikes related to a protracted pay-and-conditions dispute, postal workers in the UK went on strike over the holiday season.

More industrial action is planned, and a new ballot will be available later in January, according to the Communication Workers Union (CWU), which represents more than 115,000 postal workers at Royal Mail.

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