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  • The Big Issue goes cashless
  • The Big Issue goes cashless
    Daniel Gregory (2012) ©
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The Big Issue goes cashless

Brits have been falling out of love with cash for a while; a third of people carry less than a fiver around, favouring contactless payment methods instead. As a result, it’s led to a decline in sales of The Big Issue, which is sold by homeless people across the country.

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