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Should we in the UK be asked to donate to charity when making a withdrawal from an ATM?


In a time of hardship, ministers in the UK have called for schemes to be introduced to make charitable giving the 'social norm'. Measures to be considered include donating at ATMs and checkouts, and the option to donate when applying for a passport or driving licence. For the average person such as myself, making ends meet is difficult enough. Should we be constantly pressured to donate to charities, and what about the smaller fringe charities which will not be represented? Do similar schemes run in other countries?

 

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