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Though I can see that most people who have outstanding debts aren't likely to have a deposit, not sure how to solve that problem.


Don't borrow irresponsibly in the first place? If you do, take control, and pay off your debts?

I submit (with nothing official to back it up) that the majority of outstanding debt, other than a mortgage, was unnecessary in the first place. Even in the case of mortgages, a lot debt would probably be avoided, but for the vanity of dream houses and "what my friends will think".

If it wasn't for irresponsible borrowing, as well as lending, my taxes wouldn't be required to bail out the feckless and greedy alike.

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