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Bbc Launches A Debt Help Line

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Have just finished watching BBC South West programme. They did a 3-4 minute artical on debt. Very bearish, spoke about 13 - 16k debts, that the average person in trouble was a married home owner etc.

All against a back drop of the word DEBT in about 4 foot high letters behind the presenter. Very, very bearish. Amazing.

I checked the website and it is being trialed in Gloucester and Yorkshire, hence to coverage on our local news. Here is the link;

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/4753076.stm

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This article makes interesting reading too...

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However it looks like we have read about it all before!!

Quote:

RESEARCH for insurer AXA suggests 68 per cent of Mancunians are not bothered about their debts "because most people have some debt these days"

Debt is the new religion - praise be to the Banks!!

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Good stuff. Lets get them debt free again, so they can go back to there default setting of "spend".

After all, those who flee from temptation, usually leave a forwarding address.

Then, once they get the borrowing fix again, that means the banks can put there geared money elsewhere..I wonder where ;)

Search an few recent threads on the site to see where :lol:

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