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November 2022

Christians Against Poverty publishes ‘Lifelines to Safety’ report exploring reliance on credit

23 Nov 2022 | Posted In Money advice news

Christians Against Poverty’s (CAP) latest research explores why credit is too often the only lifeline for people in difficult times, and accessible routes to safety. Its report, Lifelines to Safety, unpacks the reasons why people are pushed towards credit to get them through financial storms, and how we can offer accessible routes to safety. With over […]

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#TalkMoney Week: Money Advice Trust and Experian find four in ten callers in debt wait a year before seeking advice

09 Nov 2022 | Posted In Money advice news

New analysis published today by the Money Advice Trust (the charity which runs the National Debtline service) and data company, Experian, has revealed new insights about the pressures being experienced by UK consumers. It shows that three in 10 (29%) UK adults are worrying about their finances every day, while one in seven (15%) say […]

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