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The Alan Turing £50 note: eight things you need to know

The Alan Turing £50 note: eight things you need to know

The new plastic Alan Turing £50 note has entered circulation. Find out everything from how rare it is to when paper notes will be withdrawn

One in three people have had cash payments refused during the pandemic

One in three people have had cash payments refused during the pandemic

A third of people have tried to pay for something in cash and been unable to do so since the first national lockdown, new research from Which? shows.

Meet the people fighting to bring back cash

Meet the people fighting to bring back cash

Which? meets communities experimenting with new ways to access cash, from free ATMs to pop-up Post Offices, and explains why cash matters.

Cash refusal threatens people’s ability to pay for food and medicine

Cash refusal threatens people’s ability to pay for food and medicine

Thousands of people have been prevented from paying with cash during the coronavirus pandemic, new Which? research reveals.

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What to do if you find an old £5 or £10 note

What to do if you find an old £5 or £10 note

More than a year after they stopped being legal tender, there are still £1.5bn-worth of paper £5 and £10 notes that haven't been cashed in.

Everything you need to know about the new £50 note

Everything you need to know about the new £50 note

The Bank of England has announced it's withdrawing all paper £50 notes to be replaced with polymer versions. Which? explains how £50 notes are changing and how it will affect you.

Which? urges more scrutiny on threat to UK’s cash machines

Which? urges more scrutiny on threat to UK’s cash machines

Millions could lose access to free cash withdrawals because of LINK's recent decision.

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