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How do you pay in 2018? Let us know by answering these questions

PUBLISHED: 13:15 02 December 2018 | UPDATED: 16:41 02 December 2018

How do you pay in 2018? Let us know Picture: GARETH FULLER/PA WIRE

How do you pay in 2018? Let us know Picture: GARETH FULLER/PA WIRE

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With Christmas fast approaching, we are asking readers about their payment habits when buying items in shops or settling bills in restaurants.

Do you always use cash or is it card all the way for you? Tell us by completing our quick survey and we’ll publish the results at a later date.

The number of cash machines in the region is declining and we are interested to know more about how people choose to pay in 2018 with cashless technology on the rise.

Last year the Bank of England’s former chief cashier said cash will remain part of our lives for decades to come but what do you think?

Earlier this year, an investigation by Which? found that nearly 1,500 ATMs disappeared from the UK in just five months.

Which? revealed cash machines closed at a rate of around 300 a month between November 2017 and April 2018, which amounted to a 2% shrinkage of the entire UK network.

Are less people using cash? Tell us what you think.

Suffolk’s Tory MPs look set to vote together to support Theresa May in Wednesday night’s confidence vote on her leadership – but in Essex the picture is somewhat different.

Conservative MPs from across Suffolk and Essex have been making their views known on Theresa May’s vote of confidence which is set to take place this evening.

Campaigners fighting plans for 150 homes in Long Melford are celebrating after the application was rejected by councillors.

A £750,000 revamp of St Peters Wharf on Ipswich’s waterfront has been announced – with work set to kick-off in January.

Colchester Zoo have said goodbye to one of their residents who doubled their aged expectancy and had lived with them since 1980.

A new 80-room hotel and coffee shop development in Bury St Edmunds had been scheduled to open in January, but has now been put off.

A Suffolk couple have denied being in charge of a dangerously out of control animal after a landowner was allegedly bitten on the thigh by their bulldog.

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