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7,061. Cheques are no good; we need cash. (School & Cash) The Belles of St Trinians 1954 starring Alastair Sim & Joyce Grenfell & George Cole & Hermione Baddeley & Betty Ann Davis & Sid James et al, director Frank Launder, Miss Holland
17,861. Not even criminals want cash nowadays – online that’s where it’s at. (Gangstas & Robbery & Cash) Inside Men, BBC 2012, starring Steven MacIntosh (as John) & Ashley Walters (as Chris) & Warren Brown (as Marcus) & Kierston Wareing (as Gina) & Paul Popplewell (as Tom) & Nicola Walker (as Kirsty) et al, director James Kent, John
17,862. No-one nicks that much cash any more. (Gangstas & Robbery & Cash) ibid. Marcus
17,863. What we want to do is make small regular withdrawals. (Gangstas & Robbery & Cash) ibid. Marcus
18,044. Everybody went in there to see what a million pounds look like. And it got bigger and bigger and one guy said, ‘There’s more than two million here.’ (Gangstas & Robbery & Cash) Ronnie Biggs
18,048. But I do not believe that the money brought us any happiness at all. It has destroyed our lives. (Gangstas & Robbery & Cash & Money) Ronnie Biggs
42,558. It is only the poor who pay cash, and that not from virtue, but because they are refused credit. (Credit & Cash) Anatole France
42,565. Get yourself out of debt. Do whatever it takes. Get yourself out of debt ... If like most people you feel the pressure of being in debt, get out of it ... If you’ve got credit cards, cut ’em up! ... Cut ’em up! Get rid of ’em. Don’t feed the system. Don’t feed the system. Work in cash as much as possible, and don’t use these loyalty cards – it’s all geared towards trying to create the social conditioning where they monitor behaviour; they’ve got the information going into the database – just think about what’s occurring. (Credit & Cash & Debt) Ian R Crane, New World Order lecture Liverpool 2008
42,569. For those families struggling with the recession the end of cash actually spells disaster. Research shows that by sticking to cash you might save thousands of pounds each year. (Credit & Debt & Cash) Dispatches: Beating the Recession – Cash vs Cards
42,570. Big banks and the credit card firms are making big profits from this change. (Credit & Debt & Cash) ibid.
42,571. It all started in the 1960s. A small rectangle of plastic sold to us as a status symbol. (Credit & Debt & Cash) ibid.
42,572. The UK’s total credit card debt now stands at £57,000,000,000. (Credit & Debt & Cash) ibid.
42,573. The shift back to cash is not what the banks and the credit card companies want. Nor were they expecting it. ibid.
44,236. If you took ten notes off the street, the likeliness is you’d come back with cocaine on nine of them. (Cocaine & Cash) PC Adrian Parsons, Kent police
66,286. Take care of the pence, and the pounds will take care of themselves. William Lownders 1652-1724
66,287. It’s amazing. The moment you show cash, everyone knows your language. Aravind Adiga, The White Tiger
66,288. Consumerism is so weird. It’s a sort of conspiracy we collude in. You’d think shoppers spending their hard-earned cash would be highly critical. You know that the manufacturers are trying to have you on. (Cash & Consumer & Shopping) J G Ballard
66,289. There is nothing wrong with a woman welcoming all men’s advances as long as they are in cash. Zsa Zsa Gabor
66,290. Never underestimate the effectiveness of a straight cash bribe. (Cash & Bribery) Claud Cockburn
111,406. What if the way we understand the world is wrong. What if it’s not politicians and world events that shape our lives but business deals? Deals made in secret high up in the boardroom or over a drink in a car in the dead of night. Our every waking hour has been transformed by these deals, re-programming us to think and behave in a different way. This is the story of these deals. Who made them, why, and what do they mean for our future. What if they way we understand the world is wrong? (Health & Mental Health & Depression & Cash & Money) Jacques Peretti, Billion Dollar Deals and How They Changed Your World II: Money, BBC 2017
111,569. The deals that could one day our cash. Is it to make us spend more? Who will ultimately control money in the future? … There’s a huge industry emerging that wants you to stop spending cash. (Cash & Money) ibid.
111,570. Punching in our PIN numbers was to be the single biggest change in the way we pay in the UK since decimalisation in the 70s. (Cash & Money) ibid.
111,571. People spent more using contactless cards. (Cash & Money) ibid.
131,658. We’re on the trail of an organised crime gang that laundered British drugs cash around the world. We reveal how the financial system failed to stop the dirty money. We expose the big city firm that covered up evidence of crime. And we meet the whistleblowers whose lives were destroyed after speaking out. (Drugs & Money & Cash) Panorama: Following the Drug Money, BBC 2019
137,603. Another national lockdown: millions of us are relying on a life online. But what will it mean in a world where cash is cancelled? The impact of cash machine charges. And when it comes to contactless payments, how much attention do we pay to the amount … Experts are now warning that our entire cash system, costing £5 billion a year to run, may be under threat. Tonight: Has Cash Been Cancelled? BBC 2021
137,604. Cash withdrawals from Britain’s cashpoints have dropped about a third since February. ibid.