Find out how the government intends to make sure everyone in the UK can continue to easily access cash when they need it, now and in the future.
The Royal Mint has no plans to mint any new £2 or 2p coins for the next decade, as its stockpile of coins remains high amid falling cash usage in the UK.
Find out what help you can get from your bank if you are worried about leaving your home or are subject to a new local lockdown because of coronavirus.
Which?'s campaign to save coins and notes succeeds as the government confirms measures protecting cash in the Budget.
We list the Lloyds Bank, Halifax and Bank of Scotland branches that will close, explain why local banking is under threat and our campaign to protect it.
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Millions of people could be at risk of struggling with everyday banking tasks as simple as checking their bank balance according to new Which? research.
As cash machines become scarcer on UK high streets, Brits have been invited to suggest new sites for ATMs in their local communities.
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