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'Mr A is just one of thousands now facing the loss of their homes because they can’t keep up with the mortgage payments. According to figures released by the Department for Constitutional Affairs on January 25, mortage possession orders in the fourth quarter of 2005 were up 58 per cent on those for the same time the previous year and are the highest for years. As The Times reported earlier this week, a new report by the Financial Services Authority found that people aged 18 to 40 are struggling to cope with modern-day financial commitments and rising house prices. They are adopting a "live for today" approach to their finances.'

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I read the FSA report report in the Daily Wail.

The gist (for those who haven't read it) is that most 18-40 year olds can't add 2 and 2.

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