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London bank ATM fees

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I've read that the EU has a law that banks in the EU cannot charge a fee for an ATM withdrawal. This law does not apply to non-banks, so I have been careful, and successful, in using only ATMs that are marked as bank owned.

However, we will be going to London, and my guidebook says that some banks charge a fee and some don't. Is that correct? If so, which banks don't charge the fee.

Please note that I am not asking about the fee my bank charges, nor the conversion fee that the ATM card companies charge (that is often passed on my our banks, or even augmented). I have a handle on that end of the process.

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