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UK Debt Statistics

The average household debt will increase by £0.77 today (a decrease from £11.11 a day in January 2008)

331 people today will be declared insolvent or bankrupt. KPMG estimate this will increase to 411 people a day throughout 2009 or 1 person becoming bankrupt or entering into an Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) every 3.5 minutes.

In the last 12 months consumers saved an average of £2.96 every day

2,324 Consumer County Court Judgements (CCJs) were issued every day in the last 3 months of 2008

142 properties were repossessed every day during the last 3 months to end March 2009. The Council of Mortgage lenders estimates this will increase to approximately 178 a day throughout 2009.

Unemployment increased by 2,542 people every day during 3 months to end April 2009.

3,310 people reported they had become redundant every day during 3 months to end April 2009.

The average house has decreased in value by £69 every day during the last 12 months.

£106m is the interest the Government has to pay each day on the UKs net debt of £775bn. This is projected to rise to £118m a day (£43bn) in 2010 – 2011 financial year.

33,600 applications for credit have been turned down every day during the past six months.

251 mortgage possession claims will be issued and 189 mortgage possession orders will be made today

397 landlord possession claims will be issued and 305 landlord possession orders will be made today.

20.8m plastic card purchase transactions will be made today with a total value of £1.03bn.

Citizen Advice Bureaus dealt with 7,423 new debt problems every day

The average car will cost £16.80 to run today

£578m will be withdrawn from cash machines today.

Edited by Charlie The Tramp Returns

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