Cash access as vital as running water, says Age UK

The Treasury has thrown its weight behind the idea of cashback from local stores, without having to make a purchase, when ATMs are disappearing. It also wants the City regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority, to take the lead in securing the future of cash for consumers and small business owners who need it.

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