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Personal Debt Rate Of Increase

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I was wondering whether anyone could direct me to figures to create a graph or, even better, the graph itself showing the rate at which personal borrowing has increased over the last few years.

Although credit tightening is one measure of the amount of new debt and so is the final figure of total debt it might be really useful to measure how quickly people in Britain are continuing to take on new debt.

I would like to see whether there has been a significant slowdown (over recent months if the data is available) in the amount of new debt people are taking on. This information would indicate the great British consumer running out of money with serious implications for the economy.

So any ideas on where the annual / monthly increase in personal debt might be found?

On another note (this may have been mentioned on here already) I was fascinated by the following article on job losses:

Job Losses Article on Sky News

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