Runnymede report on ethnicity and cash machines

In August 2009, the Runnymede Trust published ‘Who Pays to Access Cash? Ethnicity and Cash Machines’.

The report, by Omar Khan and Ludi Simpson, considers the relationship between ethnicity and cash machine location. It suggests that if people in areas without free cash machines always used their nearest fee-charging machine they would pay an extra £120 pounds per year in charges; BME people are more likely to live in these areas.

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