4 thoughts on “In the red: households with more debt than money

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  2. david pearce

    the trouble is many had ‘affordable ‘ debt (as if debt ever is). Then they lost their jobs, becoming unemployed/sick/disabled. We are waking up and smelling the cost of living ‘Thatcher’s dream’ of unending consumerism. People quickly need to prepare and clear debt and seek the help of debt management (stepchange or CAB ) if they are starting to experience difficulties.

  3. Smiling Carcass

    Well, my debts far outweigh my assets- mainly because of low-paid part time work while raising my two children as a single parent.

    We bailed out the banks, how about Labour committing to bailing out those with personal debt?

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