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Debt charity says more than 600000 people sought help last year - The Guardian

The GuardianDebt charity says more than 600000 people sought help last yearThe Guardian“Our clients show that the debt problem is far from solved. With the prospect of higher interest rates ahead, it would be a mistake to take too much reassurance from the gradual improvement in the wider economy.” He said the charity was working with ...14-03-2018

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Debt charity says more than 600000 people sought help last year
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“Our clients show that the debt problem is far from solved. With the prospect of higher interest rates ahead, it would be a mistake to take too much reassurance from the gradual improvement in the wider economy.” He said the charity was working with ...

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