War on cash

The financial authorities have openly admitted their plan to consider a series of drastic actions that threaten your financial security and your fundamental rights as a British citizen.

Not only are they formally discussing negative interest rates – which will charge you for the privilege of holding your money, slowly stripping you of your wealth, they are talking about abolishing cash altogether. For the first time in history, totalitarian control of our wealth is technologically possible

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Governments don’t need to ban cash, we’ll all just stop using it

A lot of people worry that central banks and governments will ban cash. But they may not need to, says Merryn Somerset Webb. We might just decide to do without it.

The war on cash has already been lost

The war on cash has never been more intense than it is now, says Matthew Lynn. But people like cash – and it’s not going anywhere.

Cancelling cash: let's hope India isn't giving the Bank of England any ideas

In a bid to remove counterfeit notes and force transactions into the legal economy, India has banned 500 and 1,000 rupee notes. Let’s hope our own central bankers aren’t taking notes, says Merryn Somerset Webb.

MoneyWeek Conference 2016: what happens when money dies?

How to invest during the monetary endgame was the theme of this year’s MoneyWeek Conference in London. John Stepek sums up the debate.

Hang on to your £50s. There aren’t many of them about

The Bank of England isn’t banning the £50 note – it’s gradually phasing it out instead.

The new church collection box? It's got to be contactless

The death of cash is bad for all sorts of reasons. But when it comes to church collections, it might not be the end of the world, says Merryn Somerset Webb.

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