The Treasury revealed the next steps for legislating cash access, UK Finance announced a new action group and we launched our cash acceptance pledge.
Aldi, Asda, Co-op, John Lewis, Lloyds Pharmacy, Waitrose, and more take the pledge giving shoppers the confidence that their cash won’t be rejected at the till.
Corner shops, cafes and pubs will soon be allowed to give you cashback without you having to make a purchase, but Which? is warning more needs to be done to protect cash access.
Santander will close 111 branches this summer, reducing its network from 563 to 452. Find out if your local branch is about to disappear.
Which? is calling for the government to take action to protect cash, as new analysis shows more people are being forced to pay to withdraw money from ATMs.
The UK’s biggest banks have rallied around protecting access to cash, but the varying levels of commitment underline the urgent need for government action.
Which? is urging the eight largest retail banks to commit to maintaining cash access as our analysis shows 13,000 cash machines have disappeared in three years.
Which? meets communities experimenting with new ways to access cash, from free ATMs to pop-up Post Offices, and explains why cash matters.
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.