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Government acts to protect access to cash throughout the UK

The Treasury sets up a new group dedicated to overseeing the UK's cash system following widespread bank branch closures and a decline in free cashpoints

Revealed: Scotland loses a third of bank branches in just eight years

Scotland has lost more than a third of its bank and building society branches in just eight years, new analysis from Which? Money reveals. Some 610 branches have closed down...

Warning: access to cash under threat, review finds

Cash could disappear from UK society if the government fails to take action. Which? is calling for a regulator to be appointed.

Thousands of cash machines vanish: ‘I could lose my independence’

Disabled people are among those most fearing a cashless society as ATM cash machines and bank branches close at unprecedented rates.

25 million Brits would struggle in a cashless society

The UK could become a cashless society in the next 15 years but nearly half of Britain or 25 million people would struggle without access to cash, according to a new report.

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