For years Which? has been revealing the extent of the UK's cash crisis. Now it's time for the government to act.
The financial services industry will fund pilot schemes to end 'cash deserts', but we believe more is needed to prevent the cash system collapsing.
The closing of thousands of free ATMs and bank branches have saved banks money, at huge cost to normal people. Find out more about Which?'s campaign to protect your freedom to pay.
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One in 10 of Britain’s free-to-use cash machines closed or started charging a fee over the past 17 months, with the country’s poorest communities hit hardest.
Payment provider Mastercard will pay shops to dispense cash to customers, in a bid to protect the use of cash on the high street.
Find out about a nationwide pilot scheme launched to ensure all UK high streets will continue to have access to cash machines
NatWest and RBS customers were left stranded yesterday, as the banks' websites were offline for hours.
Despite 3,000 bank branches closing in just four years, the government has decided not to require banks to fund 'banking hubs' in towns with no more branches.
Brits increasingly rely on their credit and debit cards - but in 2018 alone, more than 7m suffered an outage that blocked their cards, Which? research found.