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more people being charged to get money outCredit: PA Link the company that is responsible for the UKs network of ATM machines said that there would be "a modest decline in the number of ATMs in areas where they are heavily concentrated but with no diminution in the overall geographical coverage" The study found that 1500 machines have shut down between November 2017 and April 2018 which is a lot more than the usual rate Alongside bank branch closures across the country this could hit rural communities hard if it continues Which money editor Harry Rose said: "With hundreds of cashpoints closing every month we have serious concerns that far from protecting consumers access to cash Links plans risk destroying it "These cuts could see millions of people who rely on cash in their daily lives struggling through these closures – with severe consequences for many communities and businesses "The impact of these cuts is already clear – with machines closing at a frightening pace "The regulator must act now to stop further closures and ensure that consumers arent suddenly stripped of their access to cash"Credit: PA Links spokesperson said: "Over the last 10 years cash payments have fallen by 33 percent During the same period free ATM numbers have grown by 18000 (50 percent) "This disconnect is not sustainable and needs addressing now to protect Link and future access to cash for consumers "Which has suggested that ATMs have fallen by 1500 in the period between November and April however Link can confirm that during this period the number of free-to-use ATMs actually increased "More importantly coverage of free-to-use machines improved over this period as forecast by Link with the net number of postcodes with free access across the UK increasing by five including one in Scotland" Featured Image Credit: PA Topics: Uk newsWestern and Gulf Arab countries that back Assad’s opponents have called plans for an election a "parody of democracy" and said it would wreck efforts to negotiate a peace settlementUN-backed talks in Geneva collapsed in February with both sides far from agreement – not least over the question of whether Assad should goMonzer Akbik of the Western-backed National Coalition opposition group told Reuters the election was a sign Assad was unwilling to seek a political solution to the conflict"This is a state of separation from reality a state of denial He didn’t have any legitimacy before this theatrical election and he will not after" Akbik said"We do not know what actor he is putting up as an opponent but we are not taking this seriously"Infighting has fragmented the anti-Assad forces and several major opposition figures did not attend the Geneva talksThe European Union reiterated its stance against holding an election now It said such a vote "conducted in the midst of conflict only in regime-controlled areas and with millions of Syrians displaced from their homes would be a parody of democracy have no credibility whatsoever and undermine efforts to reach a political solution"UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said: "Such elections are incompatible with the letter and spirit of the Geneva communique" referring to a June 2012 agreement on seeking a political transition in SyriaUS State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said: "The Syrian regime under the Assads has never held a credible free and fair election and has taken legal and administrative steps to ensure that this vote will not be fair"Calling for a de facto referendum rings especially hollow now as the regime continues to massacre the very electorate it purports to represent" she addedThe three-year-old rebellion against Assad has killed more than 150000 people forced millions to flee their homes and caused the government to lose control over swathes of territoryPREPARATIONS FOR ASSADOn Monday 11 government and loyalist fighters were killed near Talbisah an Alawite town north of the central city of Homs according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights an anti-Assad group based in Britain Alawites are followers of an offshoot of Shi’ite Islam Assad is Alawite and the bulk of his opponents are Sunni Muslims who form the majority of Syria’s populationOn Sunday dozens of people were killed in air strikes in the northern city of Aleppo the Observatory said including 14 people in the Baeedeen neighborhood killed by "barrel bombs" – highly destructive improvised explosives dropped by helicopter a tactic that Western countries have condemned as a war crimeGun battles shelling and air strikes continue daily and the weekly death toll from the conflict regularly exceeds 1000 The Observatory put Sunday’s death toll at 273The US State Department said on Monday it had indications a toxic chemical probably chlorine was used in the Syrian town of Kfar Zeita this monthWe are examining allegations that the government was responsible" Psaki told a regular news briefing "Obviously there needs to be an investigation of what’s happened here"Syrian opposition activists reported that helicopters dropped chlorine gas on Kfar Zeita on April 11 and 12In Damascus which has been spared the worst of the fighting two people were killed by mortars fired by "terrorists" state news agency SANA saidAlthough Assad has not said explicitly he will run for office again preparations for his candidacy have already begun in state-controlled parts of the capitalAnnouncing the election on state television parliamentary Speaker Mohamed Jihad al-Laham said requests for nomination would be accepted until May 1 Syrians outside the country would be able to vote at Syrian embassies on May 28 he saidParliament set residency rules for presidential candidates in March a move that would bar many of Assad’s foes who live in exileAssad said last week the conflict had reached a "turning point" because of military gains against the rebels go to my Bayelsa to campaign? taking a dig at Rahul Gandhi’s earthquake comment in December 2016, TIME’s Michael Crowley 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