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90% of UK bank cuts are in lower-income areas: study

Such closures are taking bricks-and-mortar services away from communities where they are arguably needed most

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BRITAIN's largest banks are disproportionately closing branches in the lowest-income areas while expanding in wealthier ones, taking bricks-and-mortar services away from communities where they are arguably needed most, an analysis by Reuters shows.

HSBC, Royal Bank of

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