308,000 people within the United Kingdom are backing Great Britain News’ feisty campaign to keep cash.
The Don’t Kill Cash July 4 movement exceeded its 250,000-signature goal by August 17.
The purpose of the petition is to stop a cashless society from turning British subjects into slaves of social credit scores, and a surveillance state.
GBN, alongside Nigel Farage, is demanding the government ‘legislate to protect the status of cash as legal tender in the UK up until at least 2050’.
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