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  • Shop on Britain’s first cashless street
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Shop on Britain’s first cashless street

For one day in June 2014, all shops on a busy high street in Chorlton wouldn’t let customers buy anything with cash. From bakeries to pubs and gift shops, all items had to be paid for with card - testing reactions to a future scenario when paper money becomes redundant.

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