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The GuardianConsumer credit rises at fastest pace for 11 yearsThe GuardianThe amount UK consumers owe on loans and credit cards grew by £1.9bn in March, the highest figure in 11 years driven by a sharp rise in spending on plastic. Bank of England figures show outstanding ... may have financed seasonal breaks. Tashema Jackson ...Debt bubble fears increase as consumer credit soars to 11-year highTelegraph.co.ukGreat British Borrowing Binge sends everyday debt spiralling to £182.4billion - why we should be scaredMirror.co.ukFears of households over-stretching on borrowing as consumer credit growsAOL Money UKall 6 news articles »
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