Millions could suffer in ‘cashless’ Britain

Millions could suffer in ‘cashless’ Britain

Millions of elderly and vulnerable people could suffer as Britain sleepwalks into becoming a cashless society claims a new study. A report by former Chief Ombudsman Natalie Ceeney says banknotes and coins are a necessity for eight million people. Concern was also expressed for people living in rural areas or struggling with debt. The Access …