Some of Britain’s biggest supermarkets have won a long-running £400 million legal dispute over business rates paid on cash machines.
Some of Britain’s biggest supermarkets will find out on Friday if they have have been successful in a long-running near-£400 million legal dispute over business rates paid on cash machines.
Cash machine charges would be banned under Labour’s plan to save Britain’s high streets from a “slow and agonising death”.
Fresh fears have been raised over access to cash as figures suggest free-to-use ATMs are vanishing at an “alarming” rate of more than 250 per month.
Cash machines across Tayside and Fife are at risk of closure due to a refusal to guarantee protections for isolated ATMs after 2022.
A Fife MSP has led a Holyrood bid to stop the closure of cash machines in Scotland.