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
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...
Cash could disappear from UK society if the government fails to take action. Which? is calling for a regulator to be appointed.
Disabled people are among those most fearing a cashless society as ATM cash machines and bank branches close at unprecedented rates.
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.