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I’m looking at building a benefits package for my workers: What should I focus on, and will it really make a difference for attracting talent? Euros on the Tube: New cash machines in 70 London Underground stations will dispense single currency as well pounds By Adrian Lowery for Thisismoney. Travellers will soon find they can’t buy a ticket from a manned ticket office on the London Underground – but they will be able to get some foreign currency. Cash machines that dispense both sterling and euros have been installed in 70 Tube stations thanks to a deal between Raphaels Bank and Transport for London. Passengers can now withdraw the single currency at major interchanges such as Waterloo, London Bridge, Victoria and King’s Cross-St Pancras, with Raphaels expecting demand from time-strapped travellers on their way to airports and the Eurostar. Ticket offices may be closing on the London Underground – but at least you can get euros now.
But will it prove a cheap way for Brits to buy their holiday cash? 205: marginally better than the 1. S but less than the 1. 23 available on pre-ordered services at Tesco, Debenhams and Sainsburys.