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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

Exclusive: 1,250 free ATMs started charging fees in just one month

An unprecedented number of free-to-use cashpoints switched to charging customers at the beginning of 2019, Which? Money has learned. Exclusive figures obtained from Link, the UK’s largest cash machine network,...

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...

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.

Exclusive: close to 3,000 bank branches close in just four years

Bank branch closures in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland mapped including NatWest, RBS, Lloyds, Barclays HSBC. Use our free lookup tool.

Cashpoint crunch: 250 free-to-use ATM machines disappearing every month

250 free to use ATM cash machines are closing every month according to the LINK network. Find out how cash access is affected in your local area.

ATM closures: U-turn on funding cuts after Which? Money investigation

The UK’s largest ATM network has watered down plans to change the way free cash machines are funded after a Which? Money investigation revealed cash machines were disappearing at a...

Revealed: 300 cash machines disappearing every month from the UK

Almost 1,500 ATMs disappeared from the UK in just five months, a Which? Money investigation has found. Cash machines closed at the unprecedented rate of around 300 a month between...

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